Andhra carpenter’s son makes mentors proud and lands job with Rs 48 lakh package – The New Indian Express

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VIZIANAGARAM: A final year B.Tech (Hons.) student from Jawaharlal Nehru University of Technology (Gurajada) has landed a job with an annual income of Rs 48 lakh in a software company called CONIODO Softwares in America, making his his proud mentors, parents and teacher.

The student, YV Chandrasekhar, will work as a data analyst in the company’s Los Angeles office.
What makes his achievement inspiring is not the salary but his journey from a small village of Dondapadu in Gudivada mandal in the NTR district to Los Angeles, California.

The son of a carpenter, Chandrasekhar has a drive to excel and had, in fact, launched his own start-up CS CODENZ a few years ago to provide high quality technical education by balancing academia and industry.

His idea was to establish educational standards that inculcate ethical and moral values ​​that contribute not only to career growth, but also to the well-being of society. “I got this opportunity (job in CONIODO software) only because of my teachers, who identified my skills in data analysis and encouraged me. I owe an eternal debt to my parents and JNTU-G”, says Chandrasekhar.

He believes self-confidence and laser sharpness in the right direction can work wonders. His parents, Naga Raju Sekhar and Chandra Kumari, played a major role in his excellence. Recognizing that education alone can help him achieve great things, his parents have made sacrifices to give him the education he deserves.

For anyone who knows Chandrasekhar, his achievement comes as no surprise. After starting his business, the central government’s skills development wing made him a certified trainer.
It has so far imparted data analysis skills to 1500 people. JNTU-G Registrar, Prof. G Swamy Naidu, College Principal, Prof. K Srikumar, and Training and Placement Officer, Dr. P Sridevi congratulated him on his success.

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Chandrasekhar launched his own start-up CS CODENZ a few years ago to provide high quality technical training by balancing academia and industry. The central government’s skills development wing made him a certified trainer, where he imparted data analysis skills to 1500 people.

VIZIANAGARAM: A final year B.Tech (Hons.) student from Jawaharlal Nehru University of Technology (Gurajada) has landed a job with an annual income of Rs 48 lakh in a software company called CONIODO Softwares in America, making his his proud mentors, parents and teacher. The student, YV Chandrasekhar, will work as a data analyst in the company’s Los Angeles office. What makes his achievement inspiring is not the salary, but his journey from a small village of Dondapadu in Gudivada mandal in the NTR district to Los Angeles, California. The son of a carpenter, Chandrasekhar has a drive to excel and had, in fact, launched his own start-up CS CODENZ a few years ago to provide high quality technical education by balancing academia and industry. His idea was to establish educational standards that inculcate ethical and moral values ​​that contribute not only to career growth, but also to the well-being of society. “I got this opportunity (job in CONIODO software) only because of my teachers, who identified my skills in data analysis and encouraged me. I owe an eternal debt to my parents and JNTU-G”, says Chandrasekhar. He believes that self-confidence and laser sharpness in the right direction can work wonders. His parents, Naga Raju Sekhar and Chandra Kumari, played a major role in his excellence. Recognizing that education alone can help him achieve great things, his parents made sacrifices to give him the education he deserves. To anyone who knows Chandrasekhar, his success comes as no surprise. After starting his business, the wing of the central government skills development has made him a certified trainer.He has so far imparted data analysis skills to 1500 people.JNTU-G Registrar, Prof. G Swamy Naidu, College Principal, professor k Srikumar, and the Training and Placement Officer, Dr. P Sridevi, congratulated him on his success. OWN START-UP Chandrasekhar launched his own start-up CS CODENZ a few years ago to provide high quality technical education by balancing academia and industry. The central government’s skills development wing made him a certified trainer, where he imparted data analysis skills to 1500 people.