Kali Pradip Chaudhuri

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Kali Pradip Chaudhuri is an USA based doctor and entrepreneur, the founder of KPC Group.

Early life

Kali Chaudhuri was born into the well known “Chaudhuri Bari” Zamindar family in Sylhet (part of British India, now Bangladesh). He attended MC College for his intermediate degree. He achieved his MBBS degree in Kolkata and obtained further degrees in Malaysia, England, Canada and the United States to become orthopedic surgeon.[1]

Career

He founded KPC Group of Companies in California, which is engaged in numerous industries such as healthcare services and facilities, pharmaceutical and biotechnology, education, real estate, infrastructure development, agriculture, architecture and engineering.

He has recently come to notice since his KPC group proposed to build the much-discussed 142-storied Iconic Towers, third tallest building (when completed) in the world.[2]

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