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Is AccioJob good for placements?

Hi, I am Samarth, a graduate from IP University and a former student of AccioJob. AccioJob got me placed at Amazon. I cleared Amazon after 2.5 months of studying in AccioJob in which 2 months were mostly DSA and a bit of front end. And therefore, I cleared the interview just with the knowledge of DSA which I had and it was pretty good. Accio of course helped me prepare for the interview rounds. Most of my friends also got placed at several companies. The highest package someone got in my batch was 30 LPA, and the average placements were around 8 LPA. Around 90% of the students from my batch got placed. I would really recommend AccioJob to all those who are paranoid of getting a job after graduation, because Accio will certainly give its best!

Hey, I am Samarth Gaur and I am a fourth year student pursuing B.Tech Computer Science at Guru Tegh Bahadur Institute of Technology, IP University. I started with AccioJob as they commenced their first batch which was towards the end of September, 2020.

AccioJob, to me, was a shot in the dark. I had other options, but I chose AccioJob as they were offering us training for a full stack developer and gave guarantee for placements above 5 LPA, and for that too you pay after placement. It was a good deal. So, I applied for the test without second thoughts. I had to do it anyway, and from somewhere, so why not Accio, that is what I thought. I had worked on android projects before joining AccioJob. But I was a beginner for DSA. I had a very basic knowledge of it. Earlier there was no definite time that I gave to DSA, but after joining Accio, I started enjoying devoting a lot of time. That was the time when I started to understand things and then eventually started enjoying it.

They advised us to devote a minimum of 6 hours a day, but I used to devote almost the whole of my day after the classes. I was always paranoid about not getting a job after my graduation, so I used to put in all my efforts. I focused a lot on DSA. Harsh sir used to teach us and he taught it very well. I admired him a lot for how he taught. It was a very nice experience. The teachers are well experienced and knowledgeable so I thought that if I do as they say, I would definitely land somewhere. Almost everything I know today was learnt from there only. Graphs in Data Structures was a topic which I had a love and hate relationship with throughout :p

I cleared Amazon after 2.5 months of studying in AccioJob in which 2 months were mostly DSA and a bit of front end. And therefore, I cleared the interview just with the knowledge of DSA which I had and it was pretty good. In the first round, I was asked DSA questions only. It was pretty straightforward. Questions in the interviews were mostly around what I had already done and studied about and that's why it was not very difficult to answer them. I was also asked to open up the projects I had put up in my resume, if I had the code in mind. For the people aiming for Amazon, just try practicing all the questions AccioJob gives. I could answer most of the questions, because I had solved similar problems before. So, just focus on that, because they are quite accurate and aware.

Amazon is great! They do not treat us as interns, but like actual employees. Interns usually don't get to use MCMs and deploy their codes, but we have access to it. Right now I am working from documentation to designing to represent it to the team and asking for reviews. After that, implementing and deploying the code, testing it in Beta, then finally deploying it to production, everything is a part of the job. We are never treated like interns, it always feels the way a full time SDE employee would have felt. It is kind of a pressure to work under a corporation like Amazon. Because when we are pushing our code to production, we have high stakes. So, we cannot just mess things up. But it's very nice to feel that pressure.

I am currently an SDET intern at Amazon and it is just amazing. The environment is very work friendly. I went to the office for two months too, and everything there is so good. There are no restrictions there! At Amazon, if you have a problem and you ask for it, it will definitely be solved. Someone will be there to help you, if you reach out. An advice to anyone who is working or is willing to work at Amazon would be to shed away shame and ask for help if you have any. If you speak up, it will be solved.

Advice for the students who are currently a part of Accio would be to try and strictly follow whatever your mentors tell you to do because it worked for me and a lot of others in my batch. They know better than us anyway!

“ The perfect word for Acciojob according to me is “Game changer”. ”

How is the Accio job pay after a placement course? Has anyone gotten placed from this course?

Hi, I am Samarth, a former student of AccioJob. Honestly speaking, I preferred AccioJob only because of its concept. Paying only after you land up in a company is something I haven't heard of before. And they even guaranteed a minimum of 5 LPA! This made me feel independent, as there was no need for me to depend upon my parents for the fees. I study, get placed, earn and pay my own fees from the salary I get. It's that simple! I am currently placed at Amazon through AccioJob. They not only find a perfect job for you, but also help you in every step of getting it. That is why I would suggest everyone to at least give Accio a try. And I am sure, you wont regret it!

Hi, my name is Samarth Chintha, from Andhra Pradesh. I am a former student from the first batch of AccioJob and I am currently pursuing my B.Tech final year in Electronics and Communications Engineering. I got an opportunity at Amazon to work as an SDET intern through AccioJob and I have been working there since January.

I had my coding experience from working on some projects and through my internship at Websamrat Technologies. But I had no knowledge of Java and DSA, which I learnt at AccioJob.

A friend of mine received an email from his college about AccioJob, and he forwarded that to me. That way I came to know about AccioJob. I chose AccioJob because of its concept. Paying only after you land up in a company is something I haven't heard of before. And they even guaranteed a minimum of 5 LPA! This also made me feel independent, as there was no need for me to depend upon my parents for the fees. I study, get placed, earn and pay my own fees from the salary I get. It's that simple! All this made me interested and excited about AccioJob and I thought about giving the test.

My learning experience at AccioJob was very nice. I enjoyed studying there a lot. With time, I developed a lot of interest in Data structures and algo. The teaching methods were very interesting and informative. The teachers were alumni of IIT Delhi and were very knowledgeable. They even answered the stupidest questions I asked. They were like friends to all of us and we felt very free to talk to them.

The interview process at Amazon was quite a complex process. It had 3 rounds. There was a technical test that was for 200 minutes. It included concepts like DSA, JAVA, DBMS, computer networking, etc. The next rounds were basically about coding. AccioJob really helped me a lot in preparing for DSA by making me solve many problems. Through this, I acquired the skill of identifying the approach to solve questions just by looking at them. This was really helpful for my interview.

I am currently an SDET intern at Amazon and it is just amazing. The environment is very work friendly. I went to the office for two months too, and everything there is so good. There are no restrictions there! At Amazon, if you have a problem and you ask for it, it will definitely be solved. Someone will be there to help you, if you reach out. An advice to anyone who is working or is willing to work at Amazon would be to shed away shame and ask for help if you have any. If you speak up, it will be solved.

To the students who are currently learning at Accio, my advice would be to study at least two hours after the class. There would be a lot of information. So, watch the recordings and do a bit of self study to grab the concepts easily. Also, always complete the assignments they give you on time as they are really very useful. Apart from that, just be consistent and work hard. All the best!

“ AccioJob, in one word, is a “great mentor” to me. It will guide you at all times you need. ”