20-year-old IIT-Bombay girl gets a Rs 2 cr job offer from Facebook
An IIT-Bombay student has claimed to have received a job offer of Rs 2 crore from social networking site Facebook.
Jaipur: An IIT-Bombay student has claimed to have received a job offer of Rs 2 crore from social networking site Facebook.
Aastha Agrawal (20), a fourth-year student of Computer Science at IIT-B, had completed her third-year internship in the company's headquarters in California in May-June this year, following which the company gave her the pre-placement offer.
"I am very happy and excited with the offer and will join in the Headquarters after completing my 8th semester," said Ms Agrawal, who is home in Jaipur for winter vacations.
She said the company was satisfied with her work during the internship and offered her the job soon after.
She also said that she will be joining the job in October next year.
Her father, Ashok Agrawal, is executive engineer at Rajasthan Vidyut Prasaran Nigam Limited (RVPNL) here, whereas her elder sister is a chemical engineer.
She had secured the seventh rank in state in National Talent Search Examination in school and also won a silver medal in International Junior Science Olympiad.
Agrawal had also been selected to represent India at the Junior Science International Olympiad in 2009.
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