SaiVa AcadEmy Partners With HCL To Develop Future

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SaiVa AcadEmy has indeed taken a step of making a skilful IT platform with their partnership with famous MNC HCL Technologies. In the summer of 2019, SaiVa AcadEmy was launched by Indian entrepreneur Sushil Singh to provide a chance for young IT and non-IT candidates to learn the latest programming languages and then move forward to becoming top professions. 

In the last three years, they have placed over 300 candidates at some of the leading MNCs. Indeed, having SaiVa SysTem behind SaiVa AcadEmy is an added advantage as they do help young IT minds to work in a pro-IT environment and at the same time, they do have a recruitment platform. The very part makes them understand where do they lack in the hiring process. 

After seeing several candidates working well, coming from SaiVa AcadEmy, HCL Technologies decided to take part in this three to the six-month course for making sure that many skilful minds can be polished for becoming sound professions. SaiVa AcadEmy has partnered with some of the leading IT pundits who do play a major role in training young brains about the setup of the industry and how to use programming languages for becoming ready to join mega brands. Having HCL as a part of this journey will help SaiVa AcadEmy to make sure that there should be 100 per cent placement of quality. 

SaiVa AcadEmy has placed every student in the last three years. It shows how greatly they have taken this journey. India has millions of young students who have degrees but not a bright future. Having mega IT firms working to develop skills can only profit the IT sector to become better. Jobs are indeed there in the IT sector. However, skills should be matched with class properly for making sure that there is a light of hope. 

Skills can indeed pay the bills if one is ready to make sure that the very best effort is needed for taking a journey of class in the professional world. 

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