10 Lines on Satya Nadella

We all know that Satya Nadella is the current Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft Corporation. But do you know more about him apart from it? To make you aware of his life journey, we have created some sets of 10 lines on Satya Nadella below. You should read them right now.

Ten Lines on Satya Nadella

Set – 1

1) Satya Nadella is an American businessman born in India.

2) He was born in the Hyderabad state of India on 19 August 1967.

3) He completed his schooling from Hyderabad Public School, Begumpet.

4) He earned a degree in electrical engineering from Manipal Institute of Technology in 1988.

5) He also completed Masters in Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee in 1990.

6) He started his professional life by joining Sun Microsystems two years after graduation.

7) He worked on the various post in Microsoft holding the numerous projects.

8) He held the position of CEO of Microsoft on 4 February 2014.

9) He married to Anupama Nadella in the year 1992.

10) In 2015, he received the ‘PravasiBharatiyaSamman’ by the Government of India.


Set – 2

1) Satya Nadella is recognized worldwide as the Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft.

2) His father was an IAS officer of 1962 batch and a member of the Planning Commission.

3) Nadella has completed a Master in Business Administration from the University of Chicago in 1996.

4) Database, developer tools, and Windows server in Microsoft were introduced by Satya Nadella.

5) Under his leadership, Office 365, SkyDrive, Xbox Live, and other Microsoft cloud-centric applications were introduced in Microsoft.

6) Satya and Anupama’s love story was going on since their school days.

7) Nadella is blessed with a son and two daughters.

8) He loves watching cricket and reading poetry.

9) After joining Microsoft, he was mentored by Bill Gates.

10) Currently, he is one of the most powerful Indians in abroad.


As a Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft Corporation, Satya is the highest-paid CEO of any American company. He has visited India several times and guided Indian students in the field. We hope that the above short and brief introduction of his biography must have helped you in knowing your real hero.