Conjoined twins land 'dream job' — with their own salaries – New York Post

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Two heads are better than one, even if they share the same body.
That’s what makes Sohna and Mohna Singh so special — and why the conjoined twin brothers will each receive their own salary, in their new “dream job” roles as electricians.
They’ll be working for India’s Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL), who has hired the two 19-year-old men to look after their supply control room, for about Rs 10,000 ($133) per month each.
“We are thankful to the Punjab government for recognizing our talent,” the twins said in a joint statement.
Venu Parsad, chief managing director of PSPCL, told the Telegraph that Sohna and Mohna had demonstrated their aptitude during a recent visit to the agency’s training site. The pair have recently earned a diploma in electronics.
Conjoined twins, Sohna and Mohna, bag a job in the Punjab State Power Corporation Limited. "We're very glad about the job & have joined on December 20. We thank the Punjab government and the Pingalwara institution, which schooled us, for the opportunity," they say.

“So, we decided to recruit them under the disabled person quota on compassionate grounds,” he said.
The twins were abandoned by their parents at just two months old, and raised in children’s shelters in Amritsar city.
Their caretakers have said that they’d always loved tinkering as boys. “They would always try to fix all minor problems related to electricity and electronic appliances in the institution,” said one unnamed caretaker.
Born in 2003 in New Delhi, doctors said then they shared a single liver, gallbladder, spleen and one pair of legs, and couldn’t be separated due to the high risk of mortality for both brothers.
Sohna and Mohna thanked their teachers for helping them learn independence, and also said they would “work hard with utmost sincerity and dedication.”


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