DLT Labs will give jobs to hundreds of people this year, plans to establish a center of excellence in Lucknow

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Lucknow, 18 January 2021: DLT Labs, which provides enterprise blockchain solutions, said on Sunday that it plans to hire 600 people this year. It will also set up a specialized center at Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU) in Uttar Pradesh.

According to the company’s statement, it will sign an agreement with Abdul Kalam Technical University. The university was earlier known as Uttar Pradesh Technical University. Under the agreement, the project will enhance the knowledge of students of AKTU.

“Under the MoU, the university will provide physical infrastructure facilities, and DLT Labs will bring enterprise blockchain expertise and cloud infrastructure facilities to it,” the statement said. DLT Labs is also committed to spend up to Rs 1 crore for COE.

Neeraj Srivastava, Founder and Chief Technology Officer of DLT Labs, said, “We are seeing strong growth in the coming years, we will further increase our presence in the state, under which we will appoint 600 people this year.”

Srivastava did his engineering studies at AKG Engineering College, Ghaziabad (AKTU), and in 2017 he founded DLT Labs along with his partners Ajay Singh and Umesh Singh Kushwaha. DLT Labs has 400 people working in India, Canada, Japan, Singapore, and the US.