Facebook Townhall: The CEO and co-founder of world’s largest social media website known as Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg hosted a Q&A session at IIT Delhi today. He is on a small India’s trip and answered the questions asked by a group of 900 students at the campus.
This Townhall Q&A held today, i.e., October 28 at 12 pm IST on Wednesday in New Delhi. He further wrote in his fb post that 130 million Indians are on Facebook and thus looking forward to direct conversation with them.
Mark Zuckerberg Holds Q&A Session At Town Hall IIT Delhi
The Facebook CEO spoke for around 15 minutes and the Q&A session run for about 60 minutes. During his speech, he shared his ideas regarding the Internet.org plan. Moreover, he asked the young Indians how they feel about him and his company.
India is the 2nd largest user of the FB just after its home country the USA. Soon, India will takeover the US in no time. India is becoming more significant for Facebook adding to its over one-tenth of global Facebook’s reach. (also read: Zuckerberg: Internet.org is the basic need of all.)
His Indian trip started with visiting Taj Mahal yesterday. Then, he shared his experience upon visiting it and wrote that the historic monument is more stunning than expected.Mark Zuckerberg Holds Q&A Session At Town Hall IIT Delhi
The similar session was conducted with Indian Prime Minister at Facebook Townhall in Palo Alto.
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