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Delhi Grad Lands Record-Breaking Rs 93 Lakh Google Job

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The Delhi Technological University (DTU), ongoing placement recorded a new high with one of its students bagging an annual pay package of about Rs 93 lakh from Google USA. This record of high package salary is the highest paid so far for any DTU student.

According to the DTU officials information posted today that Himanshu Jindal, a fourth year student of Department of Computer technology, has been offered a pay package of about $115,000 and 125 Google supply flats by the company.

Delhi grad lands record-breaking Rs 93 lakh Google job

Delhi grad lands record-breaking Rs 93 lakh Google job

“This is the highest-ever salary bundle suggested to any DTU scholar. The largest annual bundle last year was Rs 58 lakh,” said an authorized. On cloud nine Jindal is understandably ecstatic. “I still will not accept as true that I have this offer from a business like Google. I had not ever envisaged this in the wildest of my dreams,” the 21-year-old said.

A inhabitant of Mansa in Punjab, Jindal had to clear a detailed in writing check and four rounds of meetings at Google’s Bangalore office previous this month before he was shortlisted for the much-coveted job.

“Google had travelled to our campus in August for a pre-placement converse. I then sat for the in writing checks and was shortlisted along with seven other scholars. Then pursued four gruelling meetings of individual interview comprising mostly questions on coding, mechanical and design,” he said.

“While I tried giving my best throughout the interview, I was not certain if I would be chosen. The outcomes came on September 13.”
While his B.Tech degree will get over in May next year, Jindal will join Google at their US agency in October 2014.
Proud parents Himanshu Jindal, aged 21. The boy’s parents and his two elder sisters are also exceedingly joyous over the development.

“My family is already making designs of sightseeing in the states. They are all so happy,” he said. Jindal’s dad is a businessman based in Mansa, while his mother is a housewife. His sisters are both lecturers in a school in Punjab. He completed his schooling from Mansa.

“I was more of a hard worker and consistent entertainer. I did not actually stand first in all written tests or any thing. rather than, I worked at my own stride and organised above mean scrores,” he said.

The placements at DTU begun from August 1 this year and over 40 businesses have travelled to the varsity so far.  As many as 265 scholars have currently been put. The DTU authorities state that besides proposing occupations to last year students, several of these businesses are furthermore offering paid internships to third year scholars. previous this month, EPIC, a US-based programs company, had suggested a pay bundle of about $105,000 (Rs 70 Lakh) to 11 scholars.

“DTU has powerful industrial exterior and its UG and study programs are of high relevance to the commerce. Our educational scheme presents for the troika of education, study and innovations right from undergraduate education onward. This way we equip our scholars with the wings of information and power of innovation so much required for excelling in the commerce. The phenomenal rise in campus placements really reflects the belief of world class commerce in DTU,” said P.B. Sharma, vice-chancellor, DTU.

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