New Delhi, India, December 17 (ANI / PNN): Coding Invaders by MentorsPro, a leading online IT academy, recently announced that it has successfully placed 90% of its data analytics students in companies like Vodafone, Indus.net, Solarwise and Muthoot.
In response to the high placement rate, the online academy has developed two new courses for students that will enhance their learning and abilities and prepare them for employment, regardless of their education or experience.
Full Stack Python Developer is the new, entry-level, twelve-month course that will help students enter the IT industry faster and easier.
Commenting on the success, Roman Kumar Vyas, Vice President of Marketing and Co-Founder of Coding Invaders, said: “It’s a proud moment for us that 90% of our students are hired by the best companies, and we are delighted with current trend. We focused on post-course career coaching and helping people find jobs, and we were right. The growing demand for data analysis courses around the world encourages students to enroll in our programs and seize unique opportunities. To stay in shape, we’ve added a new course to our academy to help students develop out-of-the-box skills that will help them build their future careers.
Coding Invaders by Mentors Pro provides an interactive learning module for data analysis courses, as well as full-time support. Since the courses are online, they can be accessed from anywhere.
In addition, the programs have been created to provide a complete learning experience.
Students interested in enrolling in the courses do not have to worry about their previous expertise, as the courses are designed to teach beginning students from scratch. Rather than relying solely on theory, Coding Invaders takes a hands-on and engaging approach to teaching. To gain expertise on the subject, students use real-time data from YouTube, IMDb, Titanic, and other sources.
MentorsPro’s Coding Invaders is an online education platform that teaches people “out-of-the-box skills” in the IT industry. Right now, it’s the easiest way to change jobs and enter the IT field without any math training or coding skills.
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