Success Stories

How is the training provided by AccioJob?

I am Ayush Bahuguna, currently studying at ADGITM and placed at Survey2Connect. They started with DSA, which I found hard to make my way through, but I began putting in more hours than others. And that's how I overcame the barriers. The teachers at Accio were amazing. It was great to learn from them. I still remember the ways and approaches which Harsh sir explained! After DSA, the next 4 months were focused on Full Stack Web Development. We were also taught skills to crack interviews. We had weekend sessions in preparation for interviews as we had no earlier knowledge in interviewing. And that was my favorite part about AccioJob. What I also liked about AccioJob is that they really listen and give value to feedback. The people there are supportive and spend time with you to understand how they can help you. And above all, they are getting students placed. So, this thing is real, no scam! Haha! All the best!

I was learning front end dev in college when I came to know about AccioJob through my college itself. Accio was something that was new to me. I had never heard of any such training programmes before, so I thought to give it a chance. Also, as I was lacking in DSA and back end skills, and the programme was about full stack, so I guessed it wouldn't be something I would regret later. I indeed learned a lot of valuable things there.

I had some experience with C++ before becoming a part of Accio. I had done some projects too. But that was not enough for company coding tests or DSA interviews. So, I shifted to java as we were being taught in that. With AccioJob I got a plan and most importantly discipline.

In the beginning, I found it hard to make my way through DSA, but I began putting in more hours than others. And that's how I overcame the barriers. The teachers at Accio were amazing. It was great to learn from them. I still remember the ways in which Harsh sir explains! We were also taught skills to crack interviews. We had weekend sessions in preparation for interviews as we had no earlier knowledge in interviewing. And that was my favorite part about AccioJob. What I also liked about Accio is that they really listen and give value to feedback. Once, a student asked for a recorded session, and from then on all our lectures were recorded, which made everything so easy to learn. The people there are really nice.

I am currently placed at Survey2Connect in mobile development. There, they are working with react native, which is something related to react, and Accio had made me confident about that, so I thought to go in this field. I personally felt the interview process to be easy. AccioJob had already prepared me for similar questions really well and I could come up with answers for most.

One word that comes into my mind when I hear of Accio is, ‘discipline’. I learned a lot after coming here. Now, I am able to actively work on everything, so I know the importance of discipline. Earlier I certainly had my own doubts. Frankly speaking, before joining Accio, I thought it to be some sort of scam! Because this is something new and I had no idea whether it's fake or not. But these guys really proved to be amazing!

A great tip from my side to people who are willing to join AccioJob would be to go through all the questions. Whether interview or the assignments, because it is the only way you’ll learn. Practising would always help. Also, don't have doubts. Everyone at Accio is open to feedback, so never hesitate to put up your questions.

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.”

How is the training provided by AccioJob?

I am Ayush Bahuguna, currently studying at ADGITM and placed at Survey2Connect. They started with DSA, which I found hard to make my way through, but I began putting in more hours than others. And that's how I overcame the barriers. The teachers at Accio were amazing. It was great to learn from them. I still remember the ways and approaches which Harsh sir explained! After DSA, the next 4 months were focused on Full Stack Web Development. We were also taught skills to crack interviews. We had weekend sessions in preparation for interviews as we had no earlier knowledge in interviewing. And that was my favorite part about AccioJob. What I also liked about AccioJob is that they really listen and give value to feedback. The people there are supportive and spend time with you to understand how they can help you. And above all, they are getting students placed. So, this thing is real, no scam! Haha! All the best!

I was learning front end dev in college when I came to know about AccioJob through my college itself. Accio was something that was new to me. I had never heard of any such training programmes before, so I thought to give it a chance. Also, as I was lacking in DSA and back end skills, and the programme was about full stack, so I guessed it wouldn't be something I would regret later. I indeed learned a lot of valuable things there.

I had some experience with C++ before becoming a part of Accio. I had done some projects too. But that was not enough for company coding tests or DSA interviews. So, I shifted to java as we were being taught in that. With AccioJob I got a plan and most importantly discipline.

In the beginning, I found it hard to make my way through DSA, but I began putting in more hours than others. And that's how I overcame the barriers. The teachers at Accio were amazing. It was great to learn from them. I still remember the ways in which Harsh sir explains! We were also taught skills to crack interviews. We had weekend sessions in preparation for interviews as we had no earlier knowledge in interviewing. And that was my favorite part about AccioJob. What I also liked about Accio is that they really listen and give value to feedback. Once, a student asked for a recorded session, and from then on all our lectures were recorded, which made everything so easy to learn. The people there are really nice.

I am currently placed at Survey2Connect in mobile development. There, they are working with react native, which is something related to react, and Accio had made me confident about that, so I thought to go in this field. I personally felt the interview process to be easy. AccioJob had already prepared me for similar questions really well and I could come up with answers for most.

One word that comes into my mind when I hear of Accio is, ‘discipline’. I learned a lot after coming here. Now, I am able to actively work on everything, so I know the importance of discipline. Earlier I certainly had my own doubts. Frankly speaking, before joining Accio, I thought it to be some sort of scam! Because this is something new and I had no idea whether it's fake or not. But these guys really proved to be amazing!

A great tip from my side to people who are willing to join AccioJob would be to go through all the questions. Whether interview or the assignments, because it is the only way you’ll learn. Practising would always help. Also, don't have doubts. Everyone at Accio is open to feedback, so never hesitate to put up your questions.

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.”