Tej Kohli: Engineers are amongst the most important people in our society. We should value them more.

Engineers at the Indian Institute of Technology
A bench top test setup of a ventilator prototype being built by scientists and engineers in India. The prototype is created out of components from the Indian automotive and RO filter industry.
Engineers at Nocca Robotics working on a low-cost ventilator
A nurse inspects a ventilator in a hospital in India (Credit: AFP via Getty Images)

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Tej Kohli is a technologist and investor who is best known for curing blindness in the developing world as co-founder of the Tej Kohli & Ruit Foundation

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Tej Kohli

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Tej Kohli is a technologist and investor who is best known for curing blindness in the developing world as co-founder of the Tej Kohli & Ruit Foundation

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