No, Google Didn’t Hire This 16-Year-Old Boy For Rs 1.44 Cr

No, Google Didn't Hire This 16-Year-Old Boy For Rs 1.44 Cr

No, Google Didn’t Hire This 16-Year-Old Boy For Rs 1.44 Cr

If someday you get a job offer from the tech giant Google, will you reject it? Of course, the answer is “No”. It is very simple and clear that who will not work for the tech firm like Google? Maximum people have the dream to work for Google. But, here let me pause your dream, as getting a job in Google is not so easy, as you have to go through the hard interview process.

This 16-Year-Old Indian Boy Gets Dream Job At Google For Rs 1.44 Cr

The tech giant Google is one of the top-most tech company in the world which has the ability to understand and shares the feelings of another. However, apart from all these things, the tech giant Google pays its employees very well, yes, here comes one of the main things.

However, a real fortune arrives to a Chandigarh student from India, who got a job offer from the tech giant Google, yes, the student has been hired by the tech giant Google. But, guess what is the most interesting thing about his selection? Actually, this Indian student was hired by Google at a huge annual salary of Rs 1.44 crore ($2,24,699), isn’t it huge!

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But, hold on, according to the recent reports suggest that the tech giant Google hiring a 16-year-old Indian student from Chandigarh that also at a massive annual salary of Rs 1.44 crore is a fake news. Yes, it is a FAKE news.

As the tech giant Google itself stated in a report to a well-known media website “The Indian Express” that “Currently, we do not have any information on our records with respect to Harshit Sharma’s candidacy”.

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Hold on, now let me explain what actually happened here? Actually, all these rumors were started spreading on July 29 when Chandigarh Newsline, a domestic channel run by well-known media website The Indian Express Published the news about the 16-year-old Indian student from Chandigarh, Harshit Sharma.

However, here the possibilities are clearly indicating that either the reporter who reproduced the news was actually fooled into believing that the tech giant Google has really hired the 16-year-old Indian student from Chandigarh, Harshit Sharma or someone other might had created a fake offer letter from the tech giant Google and simply passed it to Harshit Sharma’s family.

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The conclusion is that this whole story is just a FAKE and made up news. The story truly had nothing to do with the tech giant Google and not only that even, the Google India Executives came to know about this 16-year-old Indian student from Chandigarh, Harshit Sharma just after reading the news that was published by several online publications.

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