Microsoft has supplied a job to Srijan Agarwal, a scholar of Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Know-how for Handicapped, UP (AITH, Kanpur), at a package deal of Rs 50 lakh. She is the primary scholar to get such an enormous package deal within the institute. Srijan is a scholar of Laptop Science and Engineering division. Seeing Srijan’s inventive means, Microsoft had supplied him an internship within the second yr of B.Tech. Srijan did an internship at Microsoft in Bengaluru in his third yr. Now contemplating Srijan’s means, the corporate has supplied a package deal of Rs 50 lakh.
Deepak Agarwal, father of Srijan Agarwal, resident of Ghantaghar, Hathras, does a personal job. Mom Chanchal Aggarwal is a housewife. Srijan, the second amongst three siblings, took admission in AITH via UPSEE after twelfth from Ramchandra Agarwal Ladies Inter School. Srijan informed that she would be the first engineer within the household. After finishing my research from Hindi medium until twelfth normal, I confronted quite a lot of difficulties in engineering. As a substitute of operating away from English, I strengthened it by spending further time. Director Prof. on this achievement of Srijan, a fourth yr B.Tech scholar. All of the academics together with Rachna Asthana, Dr. Rohit Sharma, Dr. Manish Rajput congratulated. Nonetheless, a Canadian firm has supplied a package deal of Rs 1 crore to a scholar of the institute.
BTech: Well-known MNCs are coming for placement, the corporate has already introduced a package deal of as much as 23 lakhs.
Choice on abilities as an alternative of marks
Srijan mentioned that Microsoft representatives carried out your complete interview in English. I answered with full confidence. As a substitute of asking about marks, he targeted extra on character and abilities. He examined his means extra with books. Srijan informed that she was one of many top-3 college students who took admission within the institute. Subsequently his admission was in payment reverse class. On this tuition charges are waived. Srijan informed that his whole schooling was free.