Mumbai, July 2022: Information Technology Learning Hub (ITLH), a fast-growing incubator that helps students gain proficiency in coding skills and Design (UIUX), has recently been on a golden run with as many as 26 students getting placed in some of the most reputed tech firms in the country. The success stories coming out manifest the stronghold on adept technical knowledge and skills exhibited by the students as well-known, industry-leading companies like Byjus, Accenture, Tech Mahindra, and Flipkart have found their proficient professionals from the tech incubator of ITLH.
Some of the high-achievers include candidates from Sharvari Umesh Patil from Pune. She has done exceedingly well and reaped the benefits of their hard work and ITLH’s trailblazing tutelage and have got placed as Illustrator and UI Designer at BYJUs. A total number of 10 students from Pune have been placed in the reputed companies.
Congratulating the achievers and their efforts, Alex George, the Co-Founder and Managing Director of ITLH, said, “Our central mission was always to propel the latent talent within the Indian techies to springboard their careers with good companies. With so many of our students achieving their end-goal, which was to upskill and find a good job, our program has proven its efficacy. It gives me immense pleasure to see that many from Tier-2 cities have done exceptionally well and accomplished their objectives after the completion of their course from ITLH. I hope the current batch takes a lot of confidence from what their peers have done and that they also direct their best efforts towards their objectives.”
ITLH’s UI/UX course is focused on providing experiential learning and professional skill development for product designers, visual designers, digital marketers, entrepreneurs, product heads, graphic analytics, UI designers, UX designers, UX consultants, UX writers, creative designers, graphic analysts, motion designers, UX researchers, and product managers. The platform has enrolled around 55% of women for the course as compared to men at 45%.