UP boy bags a job at Google, his annual salary will be THIS

New Delhi: The Allahabad graduate of the Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) has been supplied a job by Google with an annual salary of Rs 1.4 crore, or practically Rs 11.6 lakh per 30 days. Several further college students from IIIT Allahabad’s M.Tech batch, along with Pratham Prakash Gupta, have landed multi-crore contracts with high tech companies. According to IIIT Allahabad, the M.Tech batch 2022 has a placement price of 100%.

Gupta was employed as a Software Engineer in Google’s London department. His arrival is scheduled for this 12 months. There hasn’t been any details about a particular timeline launched.

He introduced the provide he acquired from the tech big on his official LinkedIn account. “Over the previous few months, I used to be lucky sufficient to acquire wonderful affords from a number of the world’s largest organizations. I’m completely satisfied to share with you all that I’ve accepted a suggestion from Google and I will quickly be becoming a member of them at their London workplace as a Software Engineer after finishing my commencement this 12 months. Super excited for this new section of my profession!” Gupta famous within the LinkedIn put up.

According to IIIT, 5 college students from the IIIT Allahabad M.Tech batch acquired packages totaling crores this 12 months. Top tech corporations akin to Amazon, Facebook, Google, Apple, and Netflix have made affords to those pupils. The 1.4 crore package deal supplied by Google is the best of all, adopted by the 1.25 crore and 1.2 crore packages supplied by Amazon and Rubrik to Anurag Makade and Akhil Singh, respectively. According to experiences, roughly 48% of B.Tech college students have acquired job affords from main tech giants akin to Facebook, Apple, and Amazon, amongst others.

This is the primary time that the M.Tech class at IIIT Allahabad has acquired 100% placement.

 

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