4 DAVIET students selected for Athmin Technologies

The students were selected at a salary package of 3.00 LPA

4 DAVIET students selected for Athmin Technologies

Jalandhar: Athmin Technologies has become one of the leading IT firm, providing offshore development services across the planet (USA, UK, Australia, Europe, Canada, India, Singapore, Africa) covering end-to-end impeccable digital solutions for mobile, web and desktop applications. Athmin Technologies  has worked with startups and SMEs by providing them solutions to all of their diverse IT requirements. Also, helps them to reduce cost and time-to-market with a dedicated offshore team. Athmin Technologies provides high-quality performance services using the agile methodology and deliver scalable, modular and secure applications.

The Company has selected the students after rigorous rounds comprising of Online Test, Group Discussion, Technical and HR Interview.

The ecstatic students while giving the details of the offer shared that his designation in the company will be Software Developer and their responsibility will be to develop Software’s and highly scalable applications serving client needs.

The selected students Mohit Kumar,Jasmine Kaur,Yuvraj Singh and Girish Arora  had shared that they had started preparing for the placement drive early and concentrated on developing their interpersonal skills along with the enhancing their knowledge about the core areas.  They shared that to suit the needs of the company a special effort was done to learn Networking and Coding Skills.

Mr. Sushil Prashar, Head Department of Training & Placement along with Vishav Kapoor, Ratish Bhardwaj and Kalpana Sharma appreciated the hard work put in by students and highlighted that special efforts were done to invite companies to hire students of DAVIET in such a pandemic situation.

Dr. Manoj Kumar, Principal DAVIET congratulated the students on their success. He also congratulated the Training & Placement Team, Faculty, Staff and all the stakeholders for this achievement. He highlighted the fact that during the tough times of Covid-19 pandemic the educational institutions are under tremendous pressure as on the one hand they have to ensure that quality education and placement of students, while on the other hand the safety of all the stakeholders has also to be ensured.