for Coding Champs.
The last date of application for the current batch is over. The enrollment for the next batch will begin on May 1st, 2023 or later.
Astha IT is a global software development company headquartered in the US and with a development center in Asia, exporting engineering and product development services to North America, Europe and Australia since 2008. We have been the winner of the top software exporting awards from BASIS in 2013, 2014 and 2020.
WHAT is it about?
WHY are we doing this?
With a few exceptions, we have noticed that a vast majority of our graduates are not industry-ready. Some are very good problem solvers, but do not know anything about tech. Some know tech well, but do not know how to mature as a complete software engineer. Under this ambitious program, we are committed to provide a hands-on, project-based 360-degree training to a group of promising CS graduates.
WHO is this for?
Anyone who eats, drinks and sleeps code – this is for you. Anyone who wants to be a rockstar developer, that would fit in any world-class software company – this is for you.
What will you learn?
React and Next.js
Anyone who just passed or is in the last semester. Enrollment is first come first serve basis. You will have to attend a coding test, with just three problems of varying levels of difficulty. The better you do in the test, the higher is the chance of enrollment.
- Astha IT will hire some of the best performers once the internship program is completed.
- Astha IT will help with job placement for the rest of the interns.
- All participants will receive experience and achievement certificates.
Program Length: 3 months, with 3-4 days of classes per week
Class Duration: 1-2 hours maximum
Number of Seats: 10 only
Last Date of Application: July 12, 2022.
Program Starts: August 1, 2022.
Program Ends: October 31, 2022.
Program Mode: On-premise / In-office.
Will you have to pay us anything? NO.
Will we pay you to attend this internship program? NO.
Will you have to work for us during this internship program? NO.