Three former students of Birla Institute of Technology-Patna gave their entrepreneurial dream wings by floating a company that would provide software solutions to Bihar industries.
On the inaugural day of the firm, AVZ Services & Techbuzz Pvt Ltd, Bihar’s top cop Abhayanand assured the students that there are several projects in the police department that would require their assistance.
Zeya Ahmad, Aditya Ranjan and Kumar Vaibhav launched AVZ on Wednesday, which according to them, is a new stride in the field of technical entrepreneurship in Bihar.
The company provides services like software designing where the software will be customised according to the needs of the client. The company also aims at developing applications for hospitals and offices. AVZ would provide “corporate trainings” for the overall grooming of students to make them fit for jobs.
Director-general of police Abhayanand, who also happens to be the mentor for many technocrats, in his inaugural speech said it was a good step initiated by the BIT students, who “choose to become job providers rather than job seekers”.
He said: “Initially, the students may face some hiccups but once they work steadily they can overcome all problems.”
The top cop assured the young entrepreneurs that there are many projects in the police department pertaining to software development and “if required some of the projects will be given to the young entrepreneurs of BIT Patna”.
The owners, who were on cloud nine after hearing the DGP’s offer, said the company intends to provide best possible IT solutions to its clients using cutting-edge technology.
Zeya Ahmad, one of the founding members of AVZ, said: “We would give an opportunity to highly ignited minds and self-motivated students in the world of business to maximise their technical dexterity by facing the corporate challenges.”