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New changes are made in the administrative level in Google. As per the new change, the newly appointed CEO of Google is Sundhar Pichai (43) from Chennai. Larry Page the co-founder of Google made an announcement about the new CEO.

Sundar Pichai will be the new CEO of Google and he will also play a key role in the functioning of Alphabet, he added.

Born in Chennai, Sundar Pichai did his schooling in Padma Seshadri Bala Bavan school and did his Engineering graduation in IIT Kanpur, and MS in Stanford University, London. He further did his Masters in Business Administration in Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

His dedication towards work has put me awestruck. He deserves being in this position. I feel overwhelmed for such a scholar being in this position with Google, said Lary.

Sundar Pichai has been associated with Google since 2004. He has in his pride list the creation of Google Chrome and Google Drive. He also headed the development department of Google Apps. He also has made a significant contribution to the development of Gmail and Google Maps. He seems to have been working as a software consultant with McKinsey & Company before joining Google.

With India-born Sundar Pichai set to head a reorganised Google as its CEO, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday congratulated the IIT alumni on his new role at the tech giant.

“Congratulations @sundarpichai (Sundar Pichai). My best wishes for the new role at @google.,” Mr. Modi tweeted.

Mr. Pichai received a B.Tech from IIT-Kharagpur and holds an M.S. in Engineering and Materials Science from Stanford University and an MBA from the Wharton School.