Mumbai’s youth got a job worth Rs 1.2 crore in Google

Khan is a student of LR Tiwari College Meera Road and he received a call from Google for interview under the Competitive Programming Challenge. Last year Google mailed to this information, he needed a person for a programming site where he wanted to move to Europe.

21-year-old Abdullah Khan could not even pass the entrance examination of IIT but now he has got an offer for which bigger IITs also crave. This week, Khan received a package of 1.2 million rupees in Google’s London office. The average salary of Graduate of IIT Engineering College in the city is 4 lakh.

Abdulla, Mr. L.R. Tiwari College is a student of Mira Road and he was called for an interview from Google under the Competitive Programming Challenge. After some online interview, Khan was called to London’s London Office for final screening, where he got the selection.

Khan’s base salary is 54.5 lakh per annum, with 15 percent bonus and stock option, it is 58.9 lakh, which is for every 4 years. Khan Films BE is in the Final Year of Computer Science and he will join Google in the month of September. Last year Google mailed to this information, he needed a person for a programming site where he wanted to move to Europe.

Khan said that taking part in Google’s challenge was very fun and I did not even know about it that companies check the profile of programmers on such sites. I showed this mail to my friend who had a bit of information about it. I am now fully prepared to join the Google team. This will be a very exciting journey for me. Khan studied school from Saudi Arabia.

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