29 Indian students among 150 Goldman Sachs global leaders
Global investment banker Goldman Sachs has selected 29 college students from India as the 2007 Goldman Sachs Global Leaders for giving scholarships.
The students are among the 150 students selected from world's 90 top colleges and universities.
Each student in India will receive a USD 3,000 grant for educational expenses.
Also, 75 of this year's 150 Global Leaders, including 15 from Indian universities, will be selected to participate in the annual function of Goldman Sachs Global Leadership Institute from July 7-13 in New York.
Goldman Sachs India Managing Director and CEO Brooks Entwistle felt these students will take on critical leadership roles in business and soceity here and around the world.
Participating colleges in India include, IIT Kanpur; St Stephen's College, Delhi; National Law School of India, Bangalore; Presidency College, Kolkata; St Xavier's College, Mumbai; Birla Institute, Pilani and Fergusson College, Pune.