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Bengaluru: An Indian Startup is Offering Rs 1 Lakh to Sleep for 9 hours at Work for 100 Days

Bengaluru: An Indian Startup is Offering Rs 1 Lakh to Sleep for 9 hours at Work for 100 Days :- An Indian startup i.e. Bengaluru-based online sleep solutions firm, Wakefit came up with an internship for those who love to sleep. Interestingly, all you have to do in this job is to fall asleep. Sleep solutions startup Wakefit.co has announced an internship programme called the ‘Wakefit Sleep Internship’, where selected candidates are required to sleep nine hours every night for 100 days and will pay you with Rs 1 lakh.

An Indian Startup is Offering Rs 1 Lakh

Director and co-founder of Wakefit.co, Chaitanya Ramalingegowda said that the company is looking to recruit the best sleepers in the country who are willing to go to any lengths to make sleep a priority in their lives.

He further added that the Sleep Internship initiative aims to bring back the focus on sleep health by celebrating and applauding people who obsess about sleeping well.

The selected candidates will sleep on the company’s mattress, get a sophisticated fitness and the company will monitor the sleeping pattern as the interns would be sleeping on the startup’s mattress. It will also have for you counselling sessions and a sleep tracker that will monitor sleep before and after using the mattress.

The company, however, has one condition. You cannot use a laptop during work hours.

Sleep for 9 hours at Work for 100 Days

Shortlisted candidates will be asked to send in video testimonials validating their love for sleep. Winners will be given a sleep tracker that will record sleep patterns before and after using the internship mattress.

Now, once the data is shared with Wakefit.co of sleeping nine hours everyday for 100 days, the company will then offer a stipend of Rs 1 lakh.

Chaitanya Ramalingegowda said, “As a sleep solutions company, our biggest motivation is to inspire people to sleep better. As we continue to live life in the fast lane, sleep is unfortunately becoming a common casualty, adversely affecting our health, productivity and quality of life.”

He further added, “We are looking to recruit the best sleepers in the country who are willing to go to any lengths to make sleep a priority in their lives.”