SaiVa AcadEmy, in the last two and half years, has produced some of the leading talents working for top organisations in the Information Technology sector. They have indeed made a set-up where skills do pay the bills. A six-month course, designed for developing top IT talents, has indeed produced some of the finest software developers around the world.
In the summer of 2019, Indian entrepreneur Sushil Singh came up with a plan where he used his connections with SaiVa SysTem to introduce a platform where mega-companies like Google, HCL, Wipro, Microsoft and others became ready to hire these talents without a four-year degree. It allowed fresh IT brains to invest their mind and effort in SiaVa AcadEmy and start a journey. With SaiVa AcadEmy’s tutors are some of the leading names in the IT sector, it allowed the candidates to learn professional and personal skills and then move forward for making a career in the IT sector.
There are more than 300 candidates who SaiVa AcadEmy has placed and most of them are working for some of the leading IT MNCs.
Let us meet some of the candidates to know their experience.
Riya Mehta, a young 23-year-old girl from Noida, Utter Pradesh, did complete her Bachelor of Technology degree in 2020. But she did not get the job. Hence, she opt for a different option and went with SaiVa AcadEmy to invest six more months on a productive project. She got placed at Google in July 2021 for a salary package of 24 lakhs a year.
“Earlier, I was not even getting even a basic package. But SaiVa AcadEmy has changed my career. I am the first one from my family to get a job in a company like Google, which I am very proud of,” said Riya Mehta.
Just like Riya, Manav Sharma also did face similar problems. However, he did a whole different job altogether and managed to become the leading package-holder. Manav got placed at Accenture for a package worth Rs 33 lakhs a year.
“I am too happy with my life now. Earning good money indeed plays a role in changing lives and making an impact. Now I am building my dream house and a major credit behind this goes to SaiVa leaders,” said Manav.
In a very classical story, Tariq Rana, who did not even pass the 10 plus 2 exams, got the package of Rs 8 lakh a year at HCL.
“I can now speak English and can work very well as a Java Developer. Indeed, it is a dream come true,” stated Tariq.