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6-Years Anniversary Celebration

We are elated to announce that KnowledgeHut has recently completed 6 years of its glorious journey. Every small step has been worth celebrating. On July 19, 2011, our co-founders- Subbu Reddy, Madarapu Nagaraju, and Manjunath embarked on their journey towards the dream of offering certifications to the IT professionals and making them rightly cut out to survive in the competitive corporate world. On this date, KnowledgeHut has acquired the much coveted position, which can be compared with the world class coaching institutes. On KnowledgeHut’s successful journey, Subbu Reddy opines- “These past 6 years have been a period of growth and a learning experience for the three of us as we went through several permutations and combinations, trials and errors till we had the mantra for delivering successful workshops. Today we are proud of the fact that our students can achieve rigorous certifications like the PMP, PgMP, CSM and CSPO after training with us and feel confident taking on tough project-related challenges”. Madarapu Nagaraju appears equally inundated with the success so far. “We have come a long way from 2011 when we started off with just 5 courses and 20 trainers. Today we have a presence in over 150 countries and conduct more than 240 courses with 500 trainers. It is overwhelming to see that we have been able to positively influence more than 50,000 customers who have gone on to land lucrative jobs after training with us”, he adds. It is evident that there has been a staggering growth in the number of employees in the span of 6 years. This enhanced employee strength has built the roadmap to KnowledgeHut’s success. The above graph presents the company’s growth in India against the years 2011 to 2017. It is interesting to note that the growth rate in India has seen a spike by 156% in the period between  2016 to 2017.The above graph gives a clear idea of the company’s global growth between the years 2011-2017. It can be seen that the growth rate was very high in 2012-2013 and showed a steady rise after 2015. KnowledgeHut’s unique journey has been a brick-by-brick progress and has entailed years of channeled efforts. It started with only 4 employees and today, its business has proliferated,  with  more than 200 employees and in around 150 countries. All these years, KnowledgeHut has appended useful training courses on Project Management, Agile Management, Big Data and Hadoop, Finance and Business Management among others. The company’s commitment in bestowing world class coaching and industry calibrated training standards has paved the way to the series of milestones achieved. These are equally appreciated by the renowned industry leaders. Today, the Project Management Institute (PMI)®, EC-Council, APMG International Scrum Alliance, Scaled Agile Partner, CompTIA, DevOps, PEOPLECERT, Scrum Alliance, GARP and others are all the accredited bodies of KnowledgeHut. The primary aim of the company has been to equip the professionals with all possible accoutrements to tackle on-job challenges. Today’s ever changing face of businesses demands deeper knowledge, quality, and on-time delivery. Customers, stakeholders, and organizations are always looking out for continuous and improved delivery. The best means to achieve the same is to attend training sessions and taking certification programs, something KnowledgeHut has achieved successfully. The company has tuned well with the heartbeat of the market and started offering courses on forthcoming technologies. Apart from the popular courses like CSM, CSPO, CSD, MSP, PRINCE2 and ITIL certifications, KnowledgeHut offers training on programming languages like Angular.js, HTML/CSS, PHP, MYSQL and others, IT Security, Digital Marketing, Finance, Information Technology and Soft Skills training. These have been the major stepping stones to the company’s success. KnowledgeHut’s endeavours in terms of business growth and partnerships have created ripples in the e-learning industry. It became a Silver partner with Scaled Agile Academy in June 2017, an ICAgile Member Training Organization in February 2017, formed a partnership with Scrum.org in March 2017, became a Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.) of DevOps Institute (DOI) in August 2016 and has attained all the major milestones. There exists an incredible synergy among the trainers and the other valuable resources of the company, that has made this possible. KnowledgeHut will continue its journey towards innovating the new ways of learning, delivering its excellence to the aspirants and lending a hand to achieve professional goals. Alongside the classroom training, we have virtual, e-Learning and corporate training mediums available as per the professionals’ schedules. Naveen Kumar Singh, a Head of Agile Consulting, KnowledgeHut India, also renowned as a Scrum facilitator, have steered the company in the proper direction throughout these 6 years. Below is the list of some of the eminent trainers of KnowledgeHut around the world. Our three founders have a split vision for the future and always aspired for a digital space for their creative ideas. “Like a melting pot for knowledge and educational services”, says Manjunath. He adds “This will generate new business and enhance our global presence online, while also providing professionals with a platform to meet and greet like minded individuals and network for better opportunities.” KnowledgeHut’s 6th-year anniversary celebration is a solemn procession of efforts and dedication of the trainers and staffs who have spent their quality time to provide the best services and meet more expectations of the ever evolving IT world.
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6-Years Anniversary Celebration

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6-Years Anniversary Celebration

We are elated to announce that KnowledgeHut has recently completed 6 years of its glorious journey. Every small step has been worth celebrating. On July 19, 2011, our co-founders- Subbu Reddy, Madarapu Nagaraju, and Manjunath embarked on their journey towards the dream of offering certifications to the IT professionals and making them rightly cut out to survive in the competitive corporate world. On this date, KnowledgeHut has acquired the much coveted position, which can be compared with the world class coaching institutes.

On KnowledgeHut’s successful journey, Subbu Reddy opines- “These past 6 years have been a period of growth and a learning experience for the three of us as we went through several permutations and combinations, trials and errors till we had the mantra for delivering successful workshops. Today we are proud of the fact that our students can achieve rigorous certifications like the PMP, PgMP, CSM and CSPO after training with us and feel confident taking on tough project-related challenges”.

Madarapu Nagaraju appears equally inundated with the success so far. “We have come a long way from 2011 when we started off with just 5 courses and 20 trainers. Today we have a presence in over 150 countries and conduct more than 240 courses with 500 trainers. It is overwhelming to see that we have been able to positively influence more than 50,000 customers who have gone on to land lucrative jobs after training with us”, he adds.

It is evident that there has been a staggering growth in the number of employees in the span of 6 years. This enhanced employee strength has built the roadmap to KnowledgeHut’s success.

The above graph presents the company’s growth in India against the years 2011 to 2017. It is interesting to note that the growth rate in India has seen a spike by 156% in the period between  2016 to 2017.The above graph gives a clear idea of the company’s global growth between the years 2011-2017. It can be seen that the growth rate was very high in 2012-2013 and showed a steady rise after 2015.

KnowledgeHut’s unique journey has been a brick-by-brick progress and has entailed years of channeled efforts. It started with only 4 employees and today, its business has proliferated,  with  more than 200 employees and in around 150 countries. All these years, KnowledgeHut has appended useful training courses on Project Management, Agile Management, Big Data and Hadoop, Finance and Business Management among others. The company’s commitment in bestowing world class coaching and industry calibrated training standards has paved the way to the series of milestones achieved. These are equally appreciated by the renowned industry leaders. Today, the Project Management Institute (PMI)®, EC-Council, APMG International Scrum Alliance, Scaled Agile Partner, CompTIA, DevOps, PEOPLECERT, Scrum Alliance, GARP and others are all the accredited bodies of KnowledgeHut.

The primary aim of the company has been to equip the professionals with all possible accoutrements to tackle on-job challenges. Today’s ever changing face of businesses demands deeper knowledge, quality, and on-time delivery. Customers, stakeholders, and organizations are always looking out for continuous and improved delivery. The best means to achieve the same is to attend training sessions and taking certification programs, something KnowledgeHut has achieved successfully.

The company has tuned well with the heartbeat of the market and started offering courses on forthcoming technologies. Apart from the popular courses like CSM, CSPO, CSD, MSP, PRINCE2 and ITIL certifications, KnowledgeHut offers training on programming languages like Angular.js, HTML/CSS, PHP, MYSQL and others, IT Security, Digital Marketing, Finance, Information Technology and Soft Skills training. These have been the major stepping stones to the company’s success.

KnowledgeHut’s endeavours in terms of business growth and partnerships have created ripples in the e-learning industry. It became a Silver partner with Scaled Agile Academy in June 2017, an ICAgile Member Training Organization in February 2017, formed a partnership with Scrum.org in March 2017, became a Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.) of DevOps Institute (DOI) in August 2016 and has attained all the major milestones. There exists an incredible synergy among the trainers and the other valuable resources of the company, that has made this possible.

KnowledgeHut will continue its journey towards innovating the new ways of learning, delivering its excellence to the aspirants and lending a hand to achieve professional goals. Alongside the classroom training, we have virtual, e-Learning and corporate training mediums available as per the professionals’ schedules. Naveen Kumar Singh, a Head of Agile Consulting, KnowledgeHut India, also renowned as a Scrum facilitator, have steered the company in the proper direction throughout these 6 years. Below is the list of some of the eminent trainers of KnowledgeHut around the world.

Our three founders have a split vision for the future and always aspired for a digital space for their creative ideas. “Like a melting pot for knowledge and educational services”, says Manjunath. He adds “This will generate new business and enhance our global presence online, while also providing professionals with a platform to meet and greet like minded individuals and network for better opportunities.”

KnowledgeHut’s 6th-year anniversary celebration is a solemn procession of efforts and dedication of the trainers and staffs who have spent their quality time to provide the best services and meet more expectations of the ever evolving IT world.

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