Patna, Feb 3: Hailing from a lower middle class family, a welder's son from Sanhouli village in Bihar's Khagariya district has bagged a lucrative job that would fetch him Rs 1.02 crore per annum salary.
Vatsalya Singh Chauhan, a 21-year old final year student from IIT Kharagpur made his father proud with his success and hard work. Training from Kota, Rajasthan, played a major role in the success of Vatsalya who was a Hindi medium government school student and as he had enrolled himself in one of the coaching classes centre in Kota.
Vatsalya scored 75 percent marks in class 12 exam and came to Kota in 2011 to undertake training to enter the prestigious and his dream Indian Institution of Technology (IIT).
He scored 382 in All India Rank in IIT-JEE entrance exam and got himself enrolled in IIT Kharagpur and chose Computer Science as his course subject.[Bengaluru: Engineering student gets job worth Rs 50 lakh package!]
Vatsalya's father, Chandra Kant who earns his daily wages told a media with teary-eyes, " I some how manage to take education loan worth Rs 3.50 from bank for his admission in IIT and today, I am feeling proud that he got job in such prestigious software company."