Success story: Dengue outbreak just before interview, farmer’s son now gets Rs 10 million package
Rajasthan Amazon has given an annual package of Rs 1.06 crore to a farmer’s son. Jonjhanu resident Soorabh Kalhari has been offered a job by Amazon in his London office for Rs 1.06 crore. According to reports, Sorbh will be working as a software developer at Amazon. The special thing is that Sorbh’s parents work in agriculture.
He had contracted dengue just before the interview.
The story of Soorbh’s journey from birth to Amazon is very interesting. Sorbh had contracted dengue before the interview at Amazon but Sorbh did not give up and despite his weaknesses gave the interview and succeeded. Surbh left a village and completed his journey to the Amazon on his own in London.
After completing his schooling in his village Meliser, the farmer’s father enrolled Sorbh in a school in Jhanjhunu for a good education. Although the family’s financial situation was not good, the father worked hard day and night to educate his son. Sorbh said that when he was in 10th class, his aunt’s two daughters were preparing for IIT. After that, Sorbh’s parents dreamed of doing IIT. Sorbh said that after passing the tenth, he went to Seker. While preparing there, he was selected for IIT Kanpur. Before she could complete her engineering degree at IIT, she received a call from Amazon. Sorbh said that this is his last year at IIT Kanpur. After completing his degree, he will join Amazon.
Sorbh said he had contracted dengue before the interview. On November 8, he tested positive for dengue and the doctor advised him to rest completely. Their platelets had reached 64,000. But on the evening of November 28, Amazon mailed him for an interview. He then gave an interview on December 2 and the company offered him Rs 16 million. Earlier, he had received an offer of Rs 5 million from APT Portfolio Company.
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