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Mumbai youth lands Rs 1.2 crore job at Google London office

Mumbai youth lands Rs 1.2 crore job at Google London office- Mumbai: Abdullah Khan (21) may have failed to crack the Entrance exam for IIT’s, but he has given a proposal that many IITians will be envy. Earlier this week, Khan had a job at Google London office for a package of 1.2 million Rupees. The average salary offered to graduate from a non-IIT engineering college in the city about Rs 4 lakhs. A programming site proved to be quite lucky for youth from Mumbai, Abdullah Khan. Thanks to Khan, Google has been offered job offers with a salary package of 1.2 million rupees from Google.

Mumbai youth lands Rs 1.2 crore job at Google London office

Abdullah Khan, Student of Shree LR Tiwari Engineering College, Mira Road, khan was called by Google for an interview on a site, which faces competitive programming Challenges. After some online interviews, Khan was selected to attend the final screening in Google’s office in London earlier this month their six-figure package includes stock options of 54.5 lakh rupees (60,000 pounds) per year, 15 percent bonus and Rs. 58.9 lakh ($ 85,000) in four years. Khan, who is doing BE (Computer Science) in his final year, will be included in Google’s site reliability engineering team in September. In November last year, an email from Google official mentioned that he had seen Khan ’s profile on the programming site, and said that he was searching For people across Europe.

Abdullah Khan told that he did not expect such a when attending competitions in that site. “I used to take part because it was fun, I did not even know that the firm examines the programmer’s profile on such sites. I showed an email to my friend who knew someone who got such an email in the past I was looking forward to joining his team, this will be a wonderful experience for me to learn,”. The coding junkie did his schooling in Saudi Arabia and the twelfth After the class came to Mumbai. For the latest updates, you can visit www.indiatimelines.com.

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