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Sify’s former Vice-president, Dipan Bhattacharyya, joins MIH India as CTO

24-October-2006
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Sify’s former Vice-president, Dipan Bhattacharyya, joins MIH India as CTO

Multinational media company Naspers-promoted MIH India, has appointed Dipan Bhattacharyya, former Senior Vice-president, Enterprise Solutions, Sify, as its Chief Technology Officer. He will be joining them from next week. Bhattacharyya will be a key driver for the technology driven company. Senior sources close to the development have confirmed the appointment.

Bhattacharyya had joined Sify as Vice-president in June 2000. He had worked there for five years. Prior to joining Sify, he was with GE Capital as Vice-president, IT.

Bhattacharyya, who has 15 years’ experiemce in the industry, was earlier with Citibank India as Assistant Vice-president, Technology. He holds a B.Tech degree from Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, and an MBA from Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta.

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