In an exemplary display of its excellence in professional up-skilling training, over 70 per cent of the students who have opted SkillEnable courses have been placed in multinational companies this year. Students trained by SkillEnable have clinched jobs at reputed organizations for multiple roles like Business Analysts, Data Analysts, Data Scientists, Data Associates, Python & ML Experts, Subject Matter Experts in Data Science, Product Managers, Financial Analysts, and Quality Analysts.
With its commitment to building a holistic placement network across the country, this year SkillEnable partnered with over 200 companies – ranging from multinationals to startups. Some of the esteemed placement partners of SkillEnable included EY, Deloitte, Honeywell, Genpact, Cartesian, Amazon, Capgemini, Accenture, Neenopal, Algoscale, Netcore, Vodafone, etc. The highest annual compensation offered to a SkillEnable trainee this year has been 28 lakh. The average annual salary package for freshers has been 8-9 lakh, while working professionals bagged average offers of 15-16 lakh per annum.
SkillEnable provides its students with 40 hours of holistic training and 40 hours of aptitude training, along with 5 hours of mock interview preparation per tool. With its primary focus on placement, 25 per cent of SkillEnable courses focus on job-relevant up-skilling trainings with employment enhancement tools. Stating how the skill building training played a key role during the placements, one of the students of the institute said, “With the help of SkillEnable’s placement team, I have been shortlisted for the interview by almost 25 companies and have got offer letters from four of them. One of the key features that make the SkillEnable courses more student-friendly is the ‘learn now, pay after you start earning’ option”.
“We receive over 6000 applications in a month but select only over 25 students per batch to ensure high-quality training and placement. SkillEnable enrolled over 150 students in the first year and has grown 300 per cent in the last financial year,” mentioned Founder and CEO of SkillEnable Nirpeksh Kumbhat.