Unlike the IITs, BITS Pilani is about many other things along with education. Entrepreneurship, for example. If we go by the accounts of its alumni, BITS focuses on overall development and leadership quality of students. Their annual start-up events like Conquest and strong alumni networks led to entrepreneurship culture among students. And when you have opportunity, suitable infrastructure and necessary network support, every dream is achievable. These BITS Pilani alumni proved this right.
GrayOrange Robotics has raised $30 million (Rs. 190 crore) in its latest round of funding led by Tiger Global. The Gurgaon based company, which also has an office in Singapore, plans to use this capital towards R&D, hiring, and expansion into markets such as Asia Pacific, Middle East and Europe.