Professionals from our country are doing good in all walks of life, whether it be in IT, medicine, engineering or business and management. As the years move forward we see more and more examples of Indians who are doing well in their field and excelling in all walks of life.
There has been another engineering grad who is now going to be paid a whopping Rs 1.2 crores from Google for joining their workforce and showing his talent.
We are talking about Aditya Paliwal who is a 22 year old engineering grad from the integrated M-Tech from International Institute of Information Technology – Bangalore (IIIT-B).
On Sunday, there will be a convocation ceremony at the institute and the esteemed faculty will be providing Aditya with the degree which will allow him to travel to the US and join Google on July 16th. He will be working in the Artificial Intelligence wing of Google in New York.
Aditya is from Mumbai and the first time he made it big was when he was one of the 50 who got selected out of 6000 candidates to clear Google’s test which was conducted on Artificial Intelligence.
Along with teammates Simran Dojania and Shyam KB, Aditya reached the finals of the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) in 2017-2018. It is considered as one of the most esteemed competition for computer programmers and was attended by 50,000 contestants from 3098 universities from 111 nation.
Aditya in an interview told TOI,
“I was got this offer in March and I was waiting for it. I am really happy and I hope to learn as many things as I can during my tenure at Google.”
Talking about his 5-yr stay in Bengaluru when he was finishing up his studies, here’s what he had to say,
“Overall, it was a very good experience. My teachers encouraged me to do better and also supported the innovative ideas. My seniors also played crucial role.”
Apart from studies he likes to follow Cricket and Football and also loves to drive.