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There is nothing like a career in technology
Despite more women pursuing STEM education in India, their representation in leadership roles in companies remains low. Women tech professionals offer advice to young girls to address this imbalance. Amrita Sinha, General Manager at Tata Communications, suggests overcoming challenges and gaining global exposure. Shilpa Vora, Chief R&D Officer at Marico Limited, advises gaining work experience before pursuing a PhD. Vibha Jahagirdar, Head of Global Technology at JP Morgan Chase, emphasizes confidence and having women role models. Kirti Kama, Senior VP of Technology at Mastercard, encourages women to speak up and take ownership of their development. Suganya Subramanian, Staff Software Engineer at Intuit, urges exploring environments conducive to growth. Merlyn Mathew, Head of Delivery Excellence & Talent Supply Chain at Persistent Systems, highlights the importance of interdisciplinary skills and voicing ideas boldly. Mugdha Deshpande, Executive Director at Morgan Stanley, emphasizes the need for allies, focus, and adaptability.
Tata Technologies in talks with Morgan Stanley, US funds for IPO investments
Tata Technologies, a part of the Tata Group conglomerate, is in discussions with Morgan Stanley Investment Management, Blackrock, and U.S. hedge funds for its initial public offering (IPO) at a valuation of $2.5 billion. The company, which provides engineering services for the auto and aerospace sectors, is holding talks with several asset managers for possible participation in the IPO. This will be the first IPO for a Tata Group company in two decades. The IPO is expected to open for subscriptions around November 21 and could be one of India’s biggest IPOs this year.
Flying Wedge Defense and Aerospace becomes first ever entity to secure DGCA Type certification for indigenous unmanned aircraft technology
Flying Wedge Defense and Aerospace has become the first entity to secure DGCA Type Certification for indigenous Unmanned Aircraft technology in India. This certification is necessary for the operation of drones, aircraft, and aeroplanes in the country. While other companies have obtained this certification through Transfer of Technology agreements with Chinese companies, Flying Wedge Defense and Aerospace has achieved it using truly indigenous technology. This accomplishment demonstrates the company’s commitment to self-reliance and innovation in the aerospace industry. The company plans to continue investing in research and development and focus on improving the living standards of farmers in India.