After graduating from DTU with a B Tech in Computer Science, Sampriti Yadav embarked on a successful career. She initially worked at Microsoft, where she earned an impressive annual salary of Rs 44 lakhs. Recently, she transitioned to a new role at Google.

In a remarkable achievement, Sampriti Yadav, hailing from Patna, made history in 2022 by securing a position at Google with an astounding annual package of Rs 1.10 crore. Commencing her role as a Software Engineer on February 14, 2022, Sampriti Yadav continues to contribute her expertise to the renowned US tech giant.

Having earned her B Tech degree in Computer Science from Delhi Technological University (DTU), Sampriti Yadav ventured into the corporate world. Prior to her employment at Google, she served as an employee at Microsoft, where she received an impressive annual salary of Rs 44 lakhs.

Sampriti Yadav originates from Nehru Nagar, Patna. Her father, Ramashankar Yadav, holds a position as a bank officer, while her mother, Shashi Prabha, serves as an Assistant Director in the Planning and Development department.

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In 2014, Sampriti Yadav achieved academic success by obtaining a perfect 10 CGPA in her matriculation from Notre Dame Academy. Continuing her educational journey, she went on to pass the 12th examination from International School, Delhi, and in 2016, she successfully cracked the JEE-Mains examination.

Upon graduating in May 2021, Sampriti Yadav accomplished her B.Tech in Computer Science from Delhi Technological University. Following her graduation, she received job offers from prominent companies such as Adobe and Flipkart. However, she ultimately opted to accept an offer from Microsoft. While working at Microsoft, Sampriti received an enticing offer from Google. Through a rigorous selection process comprising nine rounds of interviews, she emerged successful and secured a job offer from the esteemed tech giant.

Sampriti Yadav, in an interview with Hindi newspaper Dainik Bhaskar, revealed that Google conducted a comprehensive selection process consisting of nine rounds of interviews conducted online. Sampriti expressed her satisfaction with her performance in each round, which ultimately led to her successful selection by the company.