IIT Hyderabad Student, Sneha Reddy Will Work With Google; Gets Rs. 1.2 Crore Per Annum Job Offer From Tech Giant
IIT Hyderabad Student gets job in Google (Photo Credits: google.com)

In another proud moment, Sneha Reddy, who is graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Hyderabad this year, has gained a whopping Rs. 1.2 crore package per annum from the tech giant Google. Since the Institute’s inception, this is the highest a student had received in IIT-H’s so far. The highest package offered to a student in IIT Hyderabad until May was Rs. 40 lakhs. Sneha Reddy re-wrote the history after getting selected in the Google Intelligence project. Someone said it right that nothing can stop you if you are determined to achieve your goal.

Like every successor, there is nothing mysterious or secretive about Sneha’s preparation strategies. The computer science graduate has always been regular Sneha applied for the positions and surpassed four rounds of online tests conducted recently by Google. For the final round, she had to go to the United States of America. However, for some reasons, she could not make it. Media reports state putting her excellence in consideration that she had proved in the previous rounds, Google organised the final round online for her. And she did not disappoint the tech giant and bagged the job in Google Intelligence Project.

Sneha Reddy had also earned four gold medals before she got the opportunity. For an excellent achievement, Sneha received the medal under Excellence in Academics and Co-curricular Activities from the President Ram Nath Kovind. Sneha Reddy’s father Sudhakar is an employee in a software firm in Hyderabad. The young achiever said that IIT Hyderabad always encourages the students towards experiments and even guided her thoroughly to get selected for Google’s project.

Just last month, a 22-year-old IIIT Bengaluru student, Aditya Paliwal appeared in the headlines after securing a job with a similar annual package, Rs. 1.2 crore. The MTech who is originally from Mumbai was selected to work with Google’s Artificial Intelligence Research wing in New York.