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Infosys Techie Quits Job & Starts Brinjal Farming, Earns Double

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Being a farmer is not an easy thing in India because farmers face a lot of problems despite the fact that they provide food for the whole country and this is why the family members of Venkatasamy Vignesh (27 yrs) were very happy when he got a job in the tech-giant Infosys, Chennai.

Vignesh who is basically from Kovilpatti, Thoothukudi district, Tamil Nadu, belongs to a family of farmers and they were very happy as Vignesh would get a stable income but soon Vignesh shocked them by telling that he is interested in farming and not in the job of a software engineer.

Vignesh said that he was always interested in farming but it was during the COVID-19 lockdown that he understood that agriculture is what he wants to do whole life. Though his family members were against it, soon Vignesh got to know about an institute which trains and educates people in Japanese language and culture and also helps them in finding a job in Japan. Vignesh enrolled in that institute and after training, he got a job in a brinjal farm in Japan.

Presently he is earning Rs. 80 K which is double of what he used to earn in Infosys (Rs. 40 K) and he wants to use the learning from Japan in India as they use advanced techniques which help in increasing the productivity per acre.

Great job Venkatasamy Vignesh!!

Nitin Bhatnagar
Nitin Bhatnagar

I am an avid writer with a passion for writing on different topics related to Bollywood, Hollywood, sports, health, current affairs, viral stuff and news.

Nitin Bhatnagar
I am an avid writer with a passion for writing on different topics related to Bollywood, Hollywood, sports, health, current affairs, viral stuff and news.

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