From Telangan to Spain, the incredible story of a backward caste youth – The New Indian Express

By Express press service

KHAMMAM: The remote village of Muthyalampadu in the Tekulapalli mandal of Bhadradri Kothagudem district burst into joy with a 21-year-old from the Backward Caste (BC) who got a job with the internationally renowned technology company, Amazon, in Madrid, the Spanish capital. With a package of Rs 64 lakh per year, Tangellapalli Nikhil made his parents Tangellapalli Eswarachary and Anitha Laxmi proud. “We are extremely proud of him and happy with his accomplishments,” his parents said.

Coming from a lower middle class family, Eswarachary has always been the sole breadwinner of his family. “I had a lot of enthusiasm and wanted to achieve a higher position in life with the help of education. However, I failed to achieve my dream, but I managed to provide a good education for my two proven sons,” he told Express.

Giving flight to his parents’ dreams, Nikhil has almost always been academically brilliant. He studied up to class 5 in a private school in Tekulapalli. His admission into Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technology (RGUKT), also known as Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) Basara, was smooth after he obtained 10 CGPA in class 10.

After graduating with a degree in computer science in May, Nikhil appeared for the off-campus interview for Amazon. He attended three grueling online interview sessions that lasted three hours, but managed to pass them with flying colors.

“I was very excited after I got the job offer from Amazon and immediately told my parents about it,” Nikhil told Express. He informs that his younger brother is also studying IT in a private engineering school in Hyderabad.

KHAMMAM: The remote village of Muthyalampadu in the Tekulapalli mandal of Bhadradri Kothagudem district burst into joy with a 21-year-old from the Backward Caste (BC) who got a job with the internationally renowned technology company, Amazon, in Madrid, the Spanish capital. With a package of Rs 64 lakh per year, Tangellapalli Nikhil made his parents Tangellapalli Eswarachary and Anitha Laxmi proud. “We are extremely proud of him and happy with his accomplishments,” his parents said. Coming from a lower middle class family, Eswarachary has always been the sole breadwinner of his family. “I had a lot of enthusiasm and wanted to achieve a higher position in life with the help of education. However, I failed to achieve my dream, but I managed to provide a good education for my two proven sons,” he told Express. Giving flight to his parents’ dreams, Nikhil has almost always been academically brilliant. He studied up to class 5 in a private school in Tekulapalli. His admission into Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technology (RGUKT), also known as Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) Basara, was smooth after he obtained 10 CGPA in class 10. After graduating from computer science in May, Nikhil appeared for the off-campus interview for Amazon. He attended three grueling online interview sessions that lasted three hours, but managed to pass them with flying colors. “I was very excited after I got the job offer from Amazon and immediately told my parents about it,” Nikhil told Express. He informs that his younger brother is also studying IT in a private engineering school in Hyderabad.

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