Imagine that two twins are leaving university. One says, “Great news, I’m going to be an engineer at a large IT company.” The other says, “I don’t want to work for a big engineering firm. Or any large company. Or any company at all. I’m going to create something that no one delivers yet.” In some parts of the world, those twins are treated the same. But in India, the engineering twin is a cause for celebration. The other one is a cause for a parent’s heart attack.
– Rajan Anandan, Google India VP & MD