Success Stories

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Hi, I am Prashant, a graduate of B.Tech in Textile Technology from IIT, Delhi. I studied at AccioJob for 6 months and successfully got placed at Searce. Before joining AccioJob, I tried my luck as a data analyst and in machine learning, but then I decided to learn and give software development a shot. I had very little knowledge of coding. I just knew Python, that too from my college course, but Accio really helped me boost my confidence. According to me, AccioJob is for everyone, including those who don't even have basic knowledge. They teach DSA for the first two months followed by Web development in the MERN stack. They not only accomplish their own promise, but also help people accomplish their goals. AccioJob placed almost all of the students in our batch. I would highly recommend AccioJob to anyone who wants to experience a learning marathon with very helpful mentors to guide you along! All the best!

Parshant, a former AccioJob student had overcome great obstacles in his life on his rise to success. He is a resident of Roorkee, Uttarakhand and graduated in B.Tech in Textile Technology in 2020 from IIT, Delhi. He is currently working at Searce.

Before joining AccioJob, Parshant constantly tried to get a job, but got unsatisfactory results due to low CGPA. He also tried his luck as a data analyst and in machine learning due to peer pressure, but that didn't work out well. He had an interest in problem solving and software development though. Coming from a Tier-1 college, Parshant had access to opportunities, but he needed to build the right skillset to break into Software Dev. He came to know about AccioJob through his college friends as the Founders of AccioJob come from the same college. Parshant was frustrated after so many failures and during these difficult times, he decided to depend upon AccioJob.

Before joining AccioJob, Parshant had a very little knowledge of Python, that too from his college course, but Accio helped him boost his confidence. “Initially DSA was very hard.” But he found his ways to deal with it. After the lecture sessions, Parshant gave 6 hours per day for self-studying. DSA alone took him 35 hours per week to get perfect into it. “Front end was the easiest part and therefore my favorite,” he says.

Parshant gave interviews for almost 15 different companies and cracked the last 3 of them consecutively. Finally Searce suited him the best and interested him the most. He had to clear two interviews for Searce. HR questions must be prepared well for any interview is what he advised to other students looking forward to Searce. He is currently working as a full stack engineer on an internal project called “learning portal” for Searce employees to help them learn a new technology. He is also a part of the team working on apigee, an API platform provided by google. “The work culture here is very professional and everyone is self disciplined even when there is no person to look after us,” he explains.

Parshant advises people that understanding and learning the concepts must be a priority rather than just cramming and copy pasting things. This is the only way to excel!

“Accomplishers” is a word Parshant would like to give to AccioJob. “They not only accomplish their own promise, but also help people accomplish their goals. AccioJob is able to place most of the students they enroll. I would highly recommend AccioJob to anyone who wants to experience a learning marathon with very helpful mentors to guide you along! All the best!”

Have you done the course from AccioJob?

Hi, I am Prashant, a graduate of B.Tech in Textile Technology from IIT, Delhi. I studied at AccioJob for 6 months and successfully got placed at Searce. Before joining AccioJob, I tried my luck as a data analyst and in machine learning, but then I decided to learn and give software development a shot. I had very little knowledge of coding. I just knew Python, that too from my college course, but Accio really helped me boost my confidence. According to me, AccioJob is for everyone, including those who don't even have basic knowledge. They teach DSA for the first two months followed by Web development in the MERN stack. They not only accomplish their own promise, but also help people accomplish their goals. AccioJob placed almost all of the students in our batch. I would highly recommend AccioJob to anyone who wants to experience a learning marathon with very helpful mentors to guide you along! All the best!

Parshant, a former AccioJob student had overcome great obstacles in his life on his rise to success. He is a resident of Roorkee, Uttarakhand and graduated in B.Tech in Textile Technology in 2020 from IIT, Delhi. He is currently working at Searce.

Before joining AccioJob, Parshant constantly tried to get a job, but got unsatisfactory results due to low CGPA. He also tried his luck as a data analyst and in machine learning due to peer pressure, but that didn't work out well. He had an interest in problem solving and software development though. Coming from a Tier-1 college, Parshant had access to opportunities, but he needed to build the right skillset to break into Software Dev. He came to know about AccioJob through his college friends as the Founders of AccioJob come from the same college. Parshant was frustrated after so many failures and during these difficult times, he decided to depend upon AccioJob.

Before joining AccioJob, Parshant had a very little knowledge of Python, that too from his college course, but Accio helped him boost his confidence. “Initially DSA was very hard.” But he found his ways to deal with it. After the lecture sessions, Parshant gave 6 hours per day for self-studying. DSA alone took him 35 hours per week to get perfect into it. “Front end was the easiest part and therefore my favorite,” he says.

Parshant gave interviews for almost 15 different companies and cracked the last 3 of them consecutively. Finally Searce suited him the best and interested him the most. He had to clear two interviews for Searce. HR questions must be prepared well for any interview is what he advised to other students looking forward to Searce. He is currently working as a full stack engineer on an internal project called “learning portal” for Searce employees to help them learn a new technology. He is also a part of the team working on apigee, an API platform provided by google. “The work culture here is very professional and everyone is self disciplined even when there is no person to look after us,” he explains.

Parshant advises people that understanding and learning the concepts must be a priority rather than just cramming and copy pasting things. This is the only way to excel!

“Accomplishers” is a word Parshant would like to give to AccioJob. “They not only accomplish their own promise, but also help people accomplish their goals. AccioJob is able to place most of the students they enroll. I would highly recommend AccioJob to anyone who wants to experience a learning marathon with very helpful mentors to guide you along! All the best!”