IIT-Hyderabad Student Bags A Job In Google With Rs 1.2 crore package

India is full of mindful and talented people. And once again, the talent has proved by a bright student of IIT Hyderabad. A girl named Sneha Reddy graduated from IIT Hyderabad this year and bagged a job in Google with an annual package of Rs 1.2 crore. Unlike other branches, IIT Hyderabad is a new branch which was established in 2008. This is the highest package bagged by a student in the history of IIT Hyderabad.

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Until this, the highest package was recorded for last year with Rs 40 lakh per annum and the average package is Rs 11.5 lakh.

Sneha has been selected for Google Intelligence Project. Google had conducted four rounds of online test, and Sneha's splendid performance bagged her the job. She was supposed to go to US for the final round, but as she was unable to go there, Google conducted that online due to her excellent performance in all the previous rounds.

She is a graduate from Computer Science and has won four medals for her all round performance. She also received a medal under 'Excellence in Academics and Co-curricular activities' from President Ram Nath Kovind at the convocation that was held few days back.

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Sneha's father Sudhakar works in a  Software company in Hyderabad.

Sneha said that IIT- Hyderabad has helped and encouraged its students towards experimentation and this helped to bag her a job in Google.

However, the topper of her batch, Ibrahim Dalal, who scored the best CGPA bagged an annual package of Rs 35 lakh.

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The convocation ceremony was held few days back and President Ram Nath Kovind marked his presence. He awarded Gold Medals to Best Performers.

A hearty congratulations to Sneha Reddy who is making our country proud at the Global level.

 

by Admin | Wed, Aug 08 - 11:16 AM

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