Deepthi Narkuti, a young woman from Hyderabad who was educated in the United States, has made headlines by earning Rs 2 crore a year by working for a multinational technology company called Microsoft.
Deepthi’s father Dr. Venkanna works as a forensic expert at the Hyderabad Police Commissionerate.
Deepti Narkuti, a young woman from Hyderabad, is currently going viral on the internet.
Meanwhile, she demonstrated her ability in a recent campus interview in the United States.
Following this, Deepthi was selected for the position of Software Development Engineer Grade-2 (Software Development Engineer Grade-2 Group) at Microsoft and joined Microsoft at its headquarters in Seattle, USA.
Hyderabad girl in Microsoft.
MS At the University of Florida. Before completing her postgraduate studies at MS Computers, AAA accredited companies offered Deepthi’s talent and many benefits.
These companies include Amazon, Goldman and Sachs. However, it took a few days to think of which company Deepthi could join.
After serious consideration, Deepthi finally decided to accept the job offered by Microsoft.
She previously served as Microsoft Student Associate from 2014-2015. Deepti hails from Hyderabad and completed her engineering studies at Osmania College of Engineering.
She worked for 3 years as a software engineer at JP Morgan Chase before moving to the United States for his master’s degree.
After working in JP Morgan Chase for 3 years, Deepti was keen to pursue higher education.
Following a significant effort, she received a scholarship to the University of Florida, where she recently completed a master’s degree in computer science.
Deepthi, who has been selected by Microsoft, one of the leading companies in on-campus interviews, has been paid Rs 2 crore a year.
Of the approximately 300 students who attended the campus interview at the University of Florida, Deepthi was the only one to receive the highest annual salary set.
Deepthi, who loves coding in software, firmly believes that technology can have a significant impact on solving everyday problems and changing lives.