Google CEO Sundar Pichai Shares Tip To Crack FAANG Interviews

The Chief Executive Officer of Google, Sundar Pichai, in an interview recently emphasised the value of understanding things in a deeper way. In order to support his argument, he gave the reference of the 3 Idiots movie made by Rajkumar Hirani in which there was an infamous scene of how an induction motor starts. Pichai in a recent interview with content creator Varun Mayya, at Google headquarters, delved into a diverse range of topics, from the emergence of AI to India’s position as a market for this new technology, and the popularity of FAANG jobs among Indians.

During the discussion, Mayya asked Pichai if he knew that an entire industry in India is built to help young Indians crack the FAANG interviews. He then asked, “How do you get out of the competitive exam mindset?”

Pichai while responding to this made a notable reference to the iconic induction motor scene from Aamir Khan’s 3 Idiots and said, “I think real success comes from understanding things in a deeper way.” The Google CEO then explains his reply by mentioning the iconic induction motor scene from the film.

For the people who are not aware of it, FAANG is an acronym used for the American tech giants – Meta (Facebook), Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google (Alphabet).

Neitzens’ Reaction

The snippet from the interview went live on May 16 and since then, it has accumulated more than 60,000 likes. More than 300 people have commented on it with their reactions varying from one another. While some praised the content creator for reaching new heights, some showcased their humour. 

A user said, “Bro just woke up and randomly collaborated with the CEO of Google.”

Another wrote, “I have been following you for the last three years, and you always keep things new every time. Love you, Varun bro.”

A third user wrote, “If you were an engineer in India what would you do?’ he would leave India. That’s the only correct answer.”

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