21 year old Suhail Malik was born and raised in Awwalpur, a village near Amroha in Uttar Pradesh, India. Suhail’s early childhood and schooling was in the village, and then the family moved to the larger town Amroha where he finished the rest of his schooling.
Suhail was a video game enthusiast from an early age, and his father had a computer at the time. With a mere interest to play around computers, Suhail had his mind set on doing something around the machines since he was a child. A big fan of Bill Gates and all the tech stalwarts of the business world, Suhail considers Gates his inspiration. …
Mihir Kumar is someone who is enthusiastic enough to talk of his interests and experiences like they are fresh. Yet, he displays a keen sense of maturity that interests and experiences are not always constant, but change all the time. During early childhood, he wanted to be a Musician, which was accompanied by a serious interest in Computer Science later on.
Mihir, 30, was born in Kolkata. He went to Don Bosco Academy, a boarding school in Patna, Bihar for the entirety of his schooling. To finish his 11th and 12th, he went to Delhi Public School, RK Puram, Delhi. Mihir goes on to say that, had Engineering in India not have Computer Science as a field of study in it, he would have taken up some other profession entirely. …
2020 has been the most impactful year for every single person on the planet, a year of breakthroughs and paradigm shifts from an individual level to global.
As we enter the new year, a new hope is on the horizon. We have known about the problems and began to understand the risks. We prepared ourselves to support our peers through thick and thin. Now it’s time to implement the positive impact. …
Warren Buffet, arguably the best investor in the world, came up with the aphorism called ‘skin in the game’. He refers to his first ever investment fund, while claiming to have had his skin in the game while he was at it. The phrase talks about having a significant amount of time, money and assets involved in a particular investment, while being aware of the risks involved if the investment fails.
As for the current state of the education system in the country, there was a need to try and align the incentives of an educational institution in resonance with the motivations of a student. Having some skin in this game was certainly an ideal narrative, far away from reality. …
We started Masai School to effectively change the face of the Education system by providing risk-free education to our students where Masai School is as accountable as our students in their success.
Therefore our students pay us only when they get placed with a job that pays them a minimum package of 5LPA.
Our students undergo intense training for 30 weeks which involves them being subject to a military style training — 9–9–6, where the students dedicate all their time, and energy skilling from 9 am to 9 pm, 6 days a week for 30 weeks!
Since our inception in July, 2019 we have helped 100+ students become software developers with an average package of 6.75 LPA, and you’d be surprised to know that 65% of these students come from non-CS backgrounds. …
The Glide Program is aimed to allow our students to take the leap of faith with us, and enrol for our full-time programs which run for 30 Weeks, and we train them to become top-class Software Developers.
“The Glide Program” where we will provide a living allowance of Rs. 15,000/month to the Top performing students after they have cleared for the entire duration of their course.
Which programs are eligible for the Glide Program? Only the students for the r-program — Full Stack Development, and Android Full Stack Development
What is the living allowance provided? Rs. …
This is the story of Vishnu who worked as an audit executive for 3.5 years, and later transitioned into a Software Engineer in just 30 Weeks
Vishnu graduated from St Joseph’s college, Bangalore in 2015, and started his professional career as an audit executive at a top-company, where he worked for 3.5 years.
He later went on to work at a startup where he had the chance to work closely with the tech-team, and that’s when he developed an interest in app-development, and with time he started researching the possibilities of app development.
“I was finding it hard to clear the CA final exam, and I realized I needed to switch fields, and I did not want to spend more time preparing for another exam, and thought to try something else in that…
Omkar dropped out of IIT-Roorkee in his 2nd year of Engineering, and set out to experiment with what he wanted in life, and soon he found himself working in the banking sector, which he soon quit and started preparing for the civil services, and then moved into a data science job where he was introduced to the world of programming.
Omkar started enjoying programming, and wanted to dive deeper to develop his understanding about coding, and that’s when he read about Masai School on Quora which got him intrigued, and upon researching, and reading about the experiences of Masai Alumni, he took the leap of faith, and enrolled at Masai School. …
Sherpas are students in their 10–12th week at Masai, appointed as mentors to help new students identify their strengths and weaknesses as well as help them with their doubts in personalized one-to-one sessions.
The Sherpa System is a mindfully designed initiative for the latest members of the Masai family. Taking into consideration the mix of anticipation and nervousness that often grips new students, the faculty at Masai has devised an insightful way to help new entrants feel at ease in the first weeks of their intensive training.
What does it mean to be a Sherpa? 🧗🏽♀️
Sherpas help mountaineers through difficult hiking terrains, adept with the knowledge of what lies on the path ahead. …
Masai School is proud to present this Coding contest where anyone can participate to test their algorithmic skills, and the top performers win a cash prize worth a total of Rs. 28,000, the top 50 qualify directly for the interviews on our Software Development track.
1st prize -Rs. 10,000
2nd prize — Rs. 8,000
3rd prize — Rs. 6,000
and many more exciting prizes and opportunities await post participation.
The contest offers certificates for the top 250 participants who have solved more than 2 problems.
Ready to challenge yourself?