copyrightGoogle denies reports of Hershey's offer of 1.44 crore jobs
Google denies reports of Hershey's offer of 1.44 crore jobs
|Google denies reports of Hershey's offer of 1.44 crore jobs|
CareerOn Tuesday, a news on social media was viral, which said that Google had given a job of Rs 1.44 crore to a 16-year-old boy from Chandigarh's government school. The name of this boy is Harshit Sharma and it is a student of 12th class (IT stream) in Government Model Senior Secondary School (GMSSS) located in Sector 33, Chandigarh. But now news is that Google has not given any kind of offer to Joyce. According to the news of Times of India, Google has no information to offer any such offer to any such boy.
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Google's spokesperson has told the Times of India that they have no news to give such a proposal to Hershteet.
In the news spread on social media, it was said that Hershit was selected by Google for his graphic designing team. It was even said that Google would give Harshit a year's training. During which, his salary will be four lakh rupees per month. After completion of training, Harshit's salary will be Rs 12 lakh per month. Hershey will leave for America on August 7.
Let us tell you that Harshit has also got a reward of 7 thousand rupees under Prime Minister's Digital India Scheme.
After Google's refusal, the news on social media has been questioned.