SaiVa AcadEmy: Making Top BI Developers 

 November 20, 2021

BI Developers are indeed one of the best-paid brains in the Information Technology sector and around the world. The very platform has helped to make several Information Technology bases settled. Query tools, data visualization and interactive dashboards do look in a formation with their assistance. SaiVa AcadEmy, which was launched in the summer of 2019 by Sushil Singh, has placed over 89 BI Developers in the last two to three years. 

“Making Best-In-Class BI Developers was our aim. Hence, we went with some of the best businesses to become tutors for those who want to make a career mastering this skill.  

“It is indeed a very tricky skill to learn. However, our 6-month plan does work very well. Hence, we have placed over 89 talents at some of the leading organisations,” said Sushil Singh. 

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Instead of spending four years on a B.Tech degree, SaiVa AcadEmy takes just six months to make a candidate ready to take a very good step. Hence, they have placed these sharp IT brains at Google, HCL and other top places to work. 

“I always wanted a good platform to learn. Things were different in the early 2000s. However, things are totally different now. Hence, it gives me satisfaction to see several leading names working well and making a change,” added Sushil. 

SaiVa AcadEmy has made one thing clear that it is crucial to make the best-in-class practical platform that can work very well to make a change. 

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“The problem we see is that theory overpowers the practical approach. Hence, talented candidates do not know how to get that good job that can make an impact. Hence, we do focus on balancing things as the combination of both does work very well,” Sushil said. 

SaiVa AcadEmy has changed the views of studies in just two years. Education is indeed all about passing the knowledge, not making profits only. The very approach makes everything better. 

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