Accenture pays a very less salary to its employees and now a news came to the light that a female engineer at Accenture jumped from the office building and ended her life, this happened at the past but we are bringing it to the light now.
A 23 year old software engineer, Supriya working in Accenture committed suicide by jumping off her office building in the wee hours of Saturday at Cyber Pearl, Madhapur. Daughter of an Ex-Serviceman, Supriya hails from Yapral and had been working with Accenture for one-and-half years. Supriya has been in a relationship for more than a year with her colleague Sai Kiran but due to some problems at his home, has been ignoring Supriya from the past few days.
On Saturday, on the eve of Valentine's Day at 12.05 AM, Supriya had asked Kiran to come out of the office to talk. Both eventually got into a heated argument which ended in Kiran staying back while Supriya went into the building and jumping off from the fourth floor. Supriya was rushed to a nearby hospital by the building management where she was declared dead. Police seized Kiran's phone to verify his calls and texts for clues.
Global professional services company Accenture on Friday launched the Women Founders Programme in India to help early-stage, women-led Indian startups in the business-to-business (B2B) deep tech and enterprise SaaS domain grow and advance their businesses. Under this programme, Accenture will provide selected technology startups in India with an equity-free grant of up to $60000, along with market and network access and mentoring.
"The technology industry needs active participation of women as technologists and entrepreneurs to strengthen its innovation abilities and drive market relevant solutions using deep tech," Mahesh Zurale, senior managing director, lead - Advanced Technology Centers in India, Accenture. "Accenture is committed to supporting women in technology and helping female entrepreneurs grow their businesses, and the Women Founders Programme in India is one of many initiatives underway to contribute to these efforts," Zurale added.