P Krishna Sandeep
Software Engineer, popcornapps
Hi! I am Krishna Sandeep, Software Engineer, popcornapps. Basically I am from Electronics and Communication Engineering background and therefore I was not very good at technical skills necessary for software development. I was aware of this and I wanted to learn IT technologies to start my career.
As per my brother’s suggestion, I joined Sudaksha Java.
Throughout the duration of the program, I did a lot of hard work and put focussed efforts in my learning and completing assignments and case studies. In fact, Hard Work and Focussed Efforts became the mantra of my success in Sudaksha. Apart from Core and Advance Java, Oracle, Communication Skills, I learnt Node JS and AngularJS as a special training. I got an opportunity to work with XRG Consulting Pvt Ltd to work on their real time project as well.
All these things gave me great scope to implement my learnings and made me confident about my skills and abilities. Subsequently I got a placement in popcornapps as Software Developer and I think my placement is the result of my Hard Work and Focussed Efforts.
I recall the days when I was studying B Tech. It was May 2016, when I completed my graduation and began searching jobs. I attended many companies’ interviews but failed in all of them.
They don’t give you feedback about your performance during or after a job interviews therefore I didn’t have any clues about why I was being rejected in those interviews. Gradually I began to realize that I was not up to the mark in technical skills as per the industry standards for freshers and whatever little knowledge I had, I wasn’t able to explain it in a professional way in the interviews.
Finally, I decided to improve on my technical and communication skills, But I had a lot of fear and confusion as to which training should I join. After a long research about the training institutes and finishing schools, I came to know about Sudaksha Education Enterprise with the help of one of my cousins.
I enquired about the training information, course curriculum, placement record and joined Sudaksha Java immediately.
Initially I found the atmosphere at Sudaksha very new to me but being an adaptable girl, I adjusted myself to it in no time. Very soon I mingled with everyone and started learning. My motto was to Understand, Practice and Learn . I followed it and with the help of my trainers, I successfully improved my skills quite a lot.
Today, I am happy to say that I have been selected in popcornapps as Software Developer and the credit goes to my motto- Understand, Practice and Learn.
Hi! This is V Sudharani.
I am very happy and proud of myself as a trainee in sudaksha. I have placed in Infobrain in January 2017.
I passed B Tech in 2016. As I am from CSE branch I had a little bit of knowledge in Java. But after joining Sudaksha I implemented every module in coding. I developed projects by myself in Sudaksha by understanding and utilizing every topic, not like B Tech projects. While doing our projects we came to know different technologies and tools. I am a self learner. After learning a technology concept in a class, I would understand it by myself though practicing and hands on.
I believed in Self-Confidence and strong determination.I have a habit of completing tasks which are assigned to me perfectly. In Sudaksha too, I learned every topic practically and finally I reached my goal.
I would like to tell you that your hard work and self-confidence never let you down.
It is the most memorable moment to me in my life when I was placed as Software Developer in megasoft in Januaury 2017.
I Passed B Tech in EEE in 2014. I am very much interested in software development field but I didn’t know any pertinent technology. One of my seniors suggested me to join sudaksha. When I joined sudaksha I had zero knowledge of Java and after finishing with learning at sudaksha, I have good knowledge about Java.
Learning Java in three months is not an easy task. But it became true in sudaksha .Trainers here are very supportive. I worked really hard right from day one to improve and develop myself as a software programmer. I worked for at least 10 hours a day. I believed in myself and always hoped to succeed one day because of my hard work and strong determination.
Joining sudaksha is not equal to get placed in a software company. They just train students perfectly in subject. We have to prove ourselves in job interviews. They send the trainees to different companies until we will get job.
I am proud of Sudaksha for making me an independent girl; which every girl would like to be. At last I would suggest that one must believe in themselves to give their best in every moment of life.
I’m Mounika Kodali. As I’m from CSE background I had little bit knowledge on Java but, to achieve my dream that knowledge was not sufficient .To enhance my skills I needed a perfect platform. From one my cousin’s I came to know about Sudaksha Educational Enterprise.
I realised Sudaksha is the right place for me to prove myself. I joined Sudaksha Java course. Actually it was my first company where I developed three projects without any fear. Initially I was seed, Sudaksha has given me sunlight and water, now I’m a tree with full of Fruits (Full of Knowledge). I got two opportunities Adaequare and Megasoft Pvt Ltd. Finally I’m into Megasoft Pvt Ltd. I thank Sudaksha for helping me achieve the life what I had always dreamt for.
My struggle for finding a perfect job was not so easy. It took me almost one and half year to get placed and start my professional career. Today I can proudly say that I am the employee of CSSI (Computer Solutions and Software International).
Its fourth semester of my under graduation, am one among those young aspirants thriving to get placed in a top MNC. Most of the companies started visiting our college for campus placements, I got through all the rounds but couldn’t get a job for myself. Days passed with distress and resentment.
One day in the month of august with the suggestion of my dad I joined Sudaksha, the only hope I had at that time. It’s a three month training and placement program. Every day I got a chance to transform myself by learning new things. Sudaksha just didn’t help me to get a job but also improved me as a person.
The journey would be incomplete without mentioning the trainers, who were always been so supportive and had immense faith on me. Apart from the knowledge that I have gained I had many experiences and memories that I would cherish throughout my life. I also gained wonderful friends at Sudaksha.
At-last, I would suggest that one must believe in oneself, do required hard work and give your best when the opportunity comes then no one can stop you from success.
Software Engineer Trainee
My life is a combination of all kinds of experiences. At times, when I want something I do not get it that easily. My strongest strengths are my self-confidence and positive attitude. During my intermediate studies, I had so many dreams about my career; I was very passionate about fashion designing since childhood but I joined engineering in the stream of computer science which was not so interesting to me at time of joining.
It was in third year when I started thinking more seriously about my career; because of the motivation of my professors. A lot of things were scattered in my mind about my future. In the final year I got job offers from two companies in my college in campus placements but as the work location wasn’t Hyderabad, I didn’t join any of them.
I completed my graduation in 2015. I wondered about what to do next. The only thing which was in my mind was that to do a job. But I had only theoretical knowledge; I wasn’t very good at problem solving and programming.
Then I got to know about Sudaksha Education Enterprise (an IT finishing school) from one of my cousins. I joined Sudaksha Java, a three months program which includes Java, Oracle, Soft Skills and much more. The training at Sudaksha proved to be very encouraging for me. The environment was very supportive for learning and development for me and my fellow trainees. The thing which I felt most interesting was that the whole training process is hands-on which helped me improve my programming skills.
Learning at sudaksha gave me self-confidence for living independently. It gave me lots of friends and many memories too. Some of the trainers and trainees have become an inseparable part of my world now. I attended a few interviews through sudaksha but initially I could not get success in any of them. Then I got depressed a lot but by motivation of my trainers, friends and family members I started re-improving my skills.
Finally I got success. I was selected in ValueMomentum as a Software Engineer Trainee.
My first day at Value Momentum, 21 March 2016, is the most memorable day in my life.
Trainee Software Engineer Capgemini
I am Suresh Muthineni. I did my B Tech in IT from JNTU-K. Although I attended about half a dozen job interviews in Campus Placement Drives provided to me in my college, I couldn’t even get through written tests.
After studies in my college, I began to practice aptitude test and prepare for technical interviews. Later, I went to Bengaluru and attended about ten off-campus placement drives. Every time I was rejected in some or the other way- aptitude test, group discussion, technical round, HR round etc.
One of my friends, who was selected in Virtusa showed me a ray of hope- Sudaksha.
After a lot of research, I joined Sudaksha Java in December 2015. I was motivated to learn and practice a lot at Sudaksha. I was virtually immersed in the ocean of learning technical skills and communication skills. It was for about three months and I became a practical and logical thinker. I got a great experience of technical study and ability to translate my theoretical knowledge into practical solutions. I also learnt how to succeed through the recruitment process. My personality underwent a complete transformation.
I became confident to debug my past failure, compile my present learning and execute my subsequent success!
Finally, I attended the Capgemini Recruitment Drive at Sudaksha. I was selected as Trainee Software Engineer by Capgemini. It’s really a big day for me. And I am proud of myself.
Associate Software Engineer Virtusa
I completed my B Tech in Information Technology and Engineering in 2015. Since the beginning itself, I studied sincerely and actively participated in various co-curricular and extracurricular activities. I got good marks too but I was yet to get practical knowledge.
During my academics, I had only theoretical knowledge. When I was in final year I got an opportunity to go through recruitment process for TCS. I was able to succeed through the first two rounds but could not make it through the third round, i.e. programming test. I didn’t have any practical knowledge in programming.
Then I consciously started planning for success in my professional career. At that time my brother advised me to join Sudaksha. My brother too is a Sudaksha Graduate. He had studied Sudaksha Java and was placed in an IT MNC.
I joined Sudaksha Java in June 2015.
It was a three months program that included Java, Oracle, Web Services etc. As I began to study, I felt that learning programming is so easy and simple that even a person with zero knowledge it IT also could learn it. In addition to technology, I also learnt communication and other interpersonal skills. Most importantly, I learnt to think differently.
Since my childhood I am a hard-working girl. I believe in putting my skill set and effort in everything I do. If I determine to achieve something, I achieve it, come what may. There are three keywords which helped me achieved success- Practice Knowledge and Skills. Everyone may have their own ways to achieve success, mine is “Practice leads to knowledge and knowledge leads to skills”.
With a lot of practice I became a Java professional. Subsequently, I have been placed in Virtusa as Associate Software Engineer in Hyderabad.
I know… this is just the beginning of my IT Career.
A Satya Saikumar
Associate Engineer, Virtusa
Although my college provided me with many placements opportunities, I couldn’t be placed in any company in on-campus placement drives. I knew just a little of coding and logical thinking and would feel that it’s sufficient to get a job. I was yet to understand, Half Knowledge Is Dangerous.
After finishing with my studies in college last year, I came to Hyderabad in search of a suitable job for me. I attended numerous job interviews but I didn’t get any job. It was all a futile attempt. After a few more months of struggle I realized that I possessed just half knowledge of IT technologies. I began to understand, half knowledge is dangerous.
Meanwhile, I received an email from Sudaksha offering certain training programs in IT. I enquired about it and joined Sudaksha Java in December 2015.
My goal was to get a good job on Java platform to start my IT career. I worked really very hard to improve my programming skills and logical reasoning. I wanted to get enough knowledge and skills to become Truly Industry Ready. I devoted myself completely to learning, completing assignments, taking tests and working on projects. I also improved on my communication skills and most importantly, logical thinking.
Last month I attended job interview at Virtusa as a fresher. My hard work resulted in the success and now, I am Associate Engineer in Virtusa!
Finally, I would like to tell graduates, “Half knowledge is really a dangerous thing. It makes you overconfident about your skill set and you may make wrong decisions. Shift+Delete your misconception of Half knowledge from your Heart-Disk and install adequate knowledge and skills. Success is yours!”