Summer Training with ONGC – Engineering, MBA, MCA, Law, Mass Comm – Multiple Locations, India
A great summer training opportunity at ONCG, Dehradun. Students will be provided training in the diverse fields including management, engineering, law, logistics etc. Although the application deadline is not mentioned, the earlier you apply, the better your chances would be – hurry!
About ONGC: – The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) is a government organization involved in exploring and exploiting hydrocarbons in several sedimentary basins of India, and owns and operates over 11,000 kilometers of pipelines in the country.
About the Summer Training: – This summer training will provide an excellent opportunity for students to gain knowledge in the diverse fields of management, engineering, logistics, law etc.
Who can apply: - This internship is open for all college students.
Location: - Dehradun
Duration: – Students will be required to undergo training for 1-2 months between the dates 15th May to 31st July.
Stipend: – This is an unpaid internship.
How to apply: – Please refer to ONGC official post for more information and application details. Although the application deadline is not mentioned, the earlier you apply, the better your chances would be. Please refer to this page and call to you nearest ONGC office to inquire about the address details.
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