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  • BITS Goa Student got Rs 1.4 Crore Offer from Google

    Kishorbhai Krunal Patel, student of BITS, Pilani has received a job offer dazzling Google. He became an annual fee of Rs 1.4 crore offer and was incorporated for the occasion at the headquarters of Internet giant in Mountain View, California, USA. He will join the company as a software engineer in October next year.

    Patel looking after a double degree in BE (Hons) in Computer Science and MSc (Hons) in mathematics - at Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, Goa.

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    Before, Google APAC led test for students in colleges distinctive cross on Asia Pacific graduated in 2015. Patel has second position in India and eighth firmly put in Asia-Pacific.

    Patel hails from Rajkot, Gujarat. He said: '' I have not bothered about investments until my third year at BITS Pilani and just concentrate on my notes. I learned to gain knowledge as much as possible in the field of computer science and mathematics. "

    Patel also said that it was difficult for him to believe her when the recruiter called to present the offer. "It was the happiest day of my life," he added.

    Student achieved the rank No. 10 computer at All India Gate in 2014 and well marked, both in computer science and mathematics at school.
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