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  • 1. A Complete list of Current Top Indian Companies and their CEO’s<br />Air Deccan – GR GopinathApollo Tyres - Onkar S KanwarAshok Leyland - R SeshasayeeAsian Paints - Ashwin DaniAV Birla Group – Kumar Mangalam BirlaAZB Partners – Zia ModyBajaj Auto – Rahul BajajBank of Baroda - AK KhandelwalBharat Forge – BN KalyaniBharat Petroleum - Ashok SinhaBharti Enterprises – Sunil MittalBiocon - Kiran Mazumdar SawBirla Corp - RS LodhaBombay Dyeing - Jeh & Ness WadiaBritannia - Vinita BaliBSNL - AK SinhaCadbury India - Bharat PuriCipla - YK HamiedCitigroup India - Sanjay NayarCromptom Greaves – Gautam ThaparDabur - VC BurmanDiamler – Chrysler India – Hans-Michael HuberDr. Reddy’s Labs – K Anji ReddyEID Parry – MV SubbiahEssar Group – Shashi RuiaGAIL - Proshanto BanerjeeGodrej Group – Adi GodrejGujarat Ambuja Cement - NS SekhsariaHCL Technologies – Shiv NadarHDFC Bank – Aditya PuriHDFC – Deepak ParekhHero Group - Brij Mohal Lall MunjalHinduja Group - SP HindujaHindustan Lever - Harish ManwaniHindustan Petroleum - MB LalHSBC India - Naina Lal KidwaiHSBC India – Niall BookerHT Media – Shobana BhartiaHutch - Asim GhoshHyundai India - BVR SubbuICICI Bank – KV KamathICICI Bank – Lalitha GupteICICI Prudential - Shikha SharmaICICI Ventures – Renuka RamnathInfosys Technologies – Nandan NilekaniInfosys Technologies – NR Narayana MurthyIspat Industries - VK MittalITC – Yogesh C DeveshwarJet Airways – Naresh GoyalJM Morgan Stanley – Nimesh KampaniKotak Mahindra Bank - Uday KotakLarsen & Toubro – AM NaikLG India - KR KimMahindra & Mahindra – Anand MahindraMaruti Udyog – Jagdish KhattarMicrosoft India - Ravi VenkatesanMotorola India - FV VandrewalaNirma - Karsanbhai PatelONGC – Subir RahaPantaloon Retail - Kishore BiyaniPepsi Co. - Rajeev BakshiPhillips India - K RamachandranRahul Bajaj - bajajRanbaxy - Brian TempestRaymond - Gautam SinghaniaReliance Industries – Mukesh AmbaniReliance LTD ( ADAE ) - Anil AmbaniReserve Bank of India - YV ReddySAIL - VS JainSatyam Computers - B Ramalinga RajuSEBI – M DamodaranSPIC – AC MuthaiahStandard Chartered – Jaspal BindraStar TV India – Peter MukerjeaState Bank of India - AK PurwarSuborto Rai - Sahara GroupSundaram Fasteners - Suresh KrishnaTAFE – Mallika SrinivasanTata Group - Ratan TataTata Steel - B MuthuramanTCS – S RamadoraiTrent – Noel TataTVS Motors – Venu SrinivasanUB Group – Vijay MallyaUTI – SB MathurVedanta Resources - Anil AgarwalVenkateshwara Hatcheries – Anuradha DesaiVideocon Industries - Venugopal DhootVijaypath Singhinia - RaymondsWipro – Azim Hasham PremjiZee Telefilms - Subhash Chandra<br />TOP 10 SOFTWARE COMPANIES IN INDIA<br />RankCompany1Tata Consultancy Services Ltd.2Infosys Technologies Ltd.3Wipro Technologies Ltd.4Satyam Computer Services Ltd.5HCL Technologies Ltd.6Patni Computer Systems Ltd.7I-flex Solutions Ltd.8Tech Mahindra Ltd. (formerly Mahindra-British Telecom Ltd.)9Perot Systems TSI (I) Ltd.10L&T Infotech Ltd.11Polaris Software Lab Ltd.12Hexaware Technologies Ltd.13Mastek Ltd.14Mphasis BFL Ltd.15Siemens Information Systems Ltd.16Genpact17i-Gate Global Solutions Ltd.18Flextronics Software Systems Ltd. (Standalone for FSS)19NIIT Technologies Ltd.20Covansys India Ltd.<br />Top 10 most popular programming language<br />1. PHPWhat is PHP? PHP is an open-source, server side html scripting language well suited for web developers as it can easily be embedded into standard html pages. You can run 100% dynamic pages or hybrid pages, 50% html + 50% php. 2. C#C# is considered compiled, object-oriented programming language developed by Microsoft as part of it’s .NET initiative.  Since C# is an essential part of the .Net framework, learning this is like knowing Java under a different name. Especially useful if you heavily use Microsoft. <br />3. AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML)Technically AJAX is not a programming language, however it’s now proven critical in todays advanced interactive web applications. AJAX uses XHTML or HTML, Javascript and XML. If you’re wondering how AJAX became so popular, just look at Google Maps.<br />4. JavaScriptJavascript is an ojbect-oriented, scripting programming language that runs in your web browser. It runs on a simplified set of commands, easier to code and doesn’t require compiling. It’s an important language since it’s embedded into html that happens to to used in millions of web pages to validate forms, create cookies, detect browsers and improve page design and formatting. Big plus, it’s easy to learn and use.<br />5. PerlPerl is an open-source, cross-platform, server-side interpretive programming language used extensively to process text through CGI programs. Perls power in processing of piles of text has made it very popular and widely used to write Web server programs for a range of tasks.<br />6. CC is a standardized, general-purpose programming language. It’s one of the most pervasive languages and the basis for several others (such as C++). It’s important to learn C. Once you do, making the jump to Java or C# is fairly easy, because a lot of the syntax is common<br />7. Ruby and Ruby on RailsRuby is a dynamic, object-oriented, open-source programming language; Ruby on Rails is an open-source Web application framework written in Ruby that closely follows the MVC (Model-View-Controller) architecture. With a focus on simplicity, productivity and letting the computers do the work, in a few years, its usage has spread quickly.<br />8. JavaJava is an object-oriented programming language developed by James Gosling and colleagues at Sun Microsystems in the early 1990s. Why you should learn it: Hailed by many developers as a “beautiful” language, it is central to the non-.Net programming experience. Learning Java is critical if you are non-Microsoft.<br />9. PythonPython is an interpreted, dynamically object-oriented, open-source programming language that utilizes automatic memory management.It is designed to be a highly readable, minimalist language. Python is used extensively by Google as well as in academia because of its syntactic simplicity.<br />10. VB.Net (Visual Basic .Net)VB.Net is an object-oriented language implemented on Microsofts .Net framework. It is currently dominating in adoption and that is where all the work is these days.<br />