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Source: The NEWS Munite
Aditya Paliwal, 22, from Mumbai, India, got offer from Google's artificial intelligence research department in New York, with a annual salary of 12 million rupees, or about 1 million 155 thousand yuan. He is one of the only 50 people in the world who was selected to enter the program. About 5 people in India were selected to participate in the plan this year.
At top engineering colleges across India, it is common to assign a high-paying job to a school. But, lately,
He defeated 6000 opponents and became one of the 50 people in the world who won the Google Residency Program offer.
Recently, Aditya Paliwal, a 22 year old programmer from Mumbai, received Google's offer in New York's AI Google Residency Program, and also offered up to 12 million rupees (about 1 million 155 thousand yuan).
Google's offer is not that easy. Aditya Paliwal is one of the only 50 people in the world to get the offer. About 5 people in India have been selected to participate in the plan this year.
Aditya beat 6000 of the students around the world, completed the first selection wheel, and became one of the 50 finalists in the ACM International College program competition. A total of nearly 50000 participants from 111 countries and 3098 universities participated in the competition.
Introducing the entire selection process, Aditya told TNM (the News minute):
In an interview, Aditya said,
Aditya went on to say,
Asked about his expectations of the plan, Aditya said:
R Chandrashekhar, president and scholar of Aditya winning the job, commented,
A genius of learning hegemony
Let's take a look at the beautiful experience of this talented young man.
April 2018: finals in the 2018 ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest
May 2017: finals in the 2017 ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest
May 2017: an internship at Google Cloud
September 2016: when HackerRank is Problem Curator
August 2016: open source project No CC Junk
June 2016: open source project CFStat
May 2016: practice in Cisco Software Engineering Department
July 2014: IIIT-B IMAC-X as App developer
August 2013 to today: learning from Bangalore Institute of international information technology
Aditya completed his studies and 12-year classes before leaving for Bangalore. He has been obsessed with computers since he was a child.
Aditya's Codeforces home page
Aditya recently completed his comprehensive computer science M.Tech course at Bangalore International Information Technology Institute (IIIT-B). He began to contact programming in the eighth class, but he said it was very passive at that time. This passive state continues until he completes IIT-JEE and ensures that he can enter IIIT-B.
Ai is also the preferred topic for Aditya.
However, according to him, his concern is never whether he can find a job at the end of his five-year college career, but rather pay more attention to the process of learning.
“I don’t have much to worry about looking for a job. I know that one year before the end of the course, I always have time to prepare for employment. Therefore, the focus is mainly on learning as much as possible and meeting interesting people and ideas. My goal is to develop and master some new interests. ”
“At the moment, I can’t really say the specifics. Now I just have some vague ideas. What I want to do is learn as much as possible and meet as many interesting people as possible. & rdquo; He said this again.
But even so, he still admits that getting such a rare job is still a "big event".
When asked about his current career goals, Aditya still adheres to his learning goals. It seems that he is indeed a schoolmaster, and his associate professor Muralidhara V N commented on him: “Aditya is very good at coding and is a very dedicated student. He also participated in the ACM ICPC World Finals twice. This is a famous international programming competition, with teams from only a few countries participating each year. ”
On July 18th, Aditya will start his career at Google. Do you also try to apply for this project?