Kiran Karnik, Chairman, Oxfam India, Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology &HelpAge India

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Kiran Karnik, Chairman, Oxfam India, Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology &HelpAge India

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Kiran Karnik describes himself as a “public non-intellectual”, with interest and involvement in a range of public issues. In the course of a career of over four decades, he has had the unique experience of straddling the diverse spheres of government, business and civil society with equal comfort and accomplishment. Currently, he is Chair of Oxfam India, Chairman of the Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology (a university set up by the Delhi government), and Chair of HelpAge India. He is also on the Board of other educational institutions, and NGOs in the fields of public service broadcasting, population, and development. He was Chairman of the government-appointed Board that took charge of Satyam Computer Services in 2009 (after the biggest corporate fraud in India), and oversaw its successful rehabilitation and sale. He has been on many key government committees, including the Scientific Advisory Council to Prime Minister and the National Innovation Council. He was a Director on the Board of Reserve Bank of India (2011-15), and currently chairs its IT subsidiary (ReBIT). He is also an independent Director on a few company Boards.
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