Going to a new city for your internship can be a bag of mixed emotions. You may be nervous and excited at the same time. In this section we discover what every city has to offer, along with a piece of practical advice that may come handy.

The true cosmopolitan city always on the go – the national capital, Delhi

July 27th, 2012 1 comment

From magnificent pasts to vivacious modernity, the city of Delhi forms the perfect impression of multiethnic India. It truly upholds the idea where the past and the present coexist. Old Delhi is grandeur of the past whereas New Delhi has a more contemporary ambiance. The national capital has always been famous for its traditions, fine art and diverse civilizations. Apart from this, Delhi has become the most established city in terms of Industrialization, Management, Information Technology, Media, Law, Politics, Social Reforms, and several other career options. This might be the prime reason for the city being visited by interns from around the globe. Read more…

The curious case of Bangalore: An intern’s guide to the city that gets younger every day

July 24th, 2012 6 comments

From being not more than a sleepy town half a century back, Bangalore has transformed itself into the reason why American children do their homework well. On the way, it has shed a little of the green that earned it the name “The garden city” and expanded to house some of the finest restaurants, malls and pubs in India. Bangalore is the representative of the New India, the one that is beginning to shine, with no Victorian mammoth lining its skies or no colonial legacy to back it up. Read more…

An intern’s guide to Kolkata- the city of culture, art, science, ideas and passion

July 20th, 2012 3 comments

Being the cultural capital of India, Kolkata is a concoction of the old and the new. It has ardently held onto its roots, has donned a new name but retained its old identity. It has been the breeding ground for renowned bards, economists, beauty queens, famous authors and singers. Be it hand-pulled rickshaws, Mistidoi, Rosogullas, trams, age old monuments – the city is embedded with a historic charm. The city is dedicated to culture, research, natural and social sciences. Read more…

An intern’s guide to Hyderabad: Pearls, Minarets and the Nizami grandeur.

July 3rd, 2012 5 comments

The founder of the city wanted it to be the heaven on earth. While it would not be entirely correct to say that the city lives upto the expectation, Hyderabad is definitely welcoming and friendly. Read further to know what is hot and what is not in the city. Read more…

An intern’s guide to Pune: what to avoid and what not to miss

June 15th, 2012 3 comments

Pune happens to be the second largest metropolis in Maharashtra, and as such is quite an underrated city. It is also the cultural capital of Maharashtra; and sometimes it takes this title too seriously. But there is something to be said about the spirit of partying: for it thrives here, uptight dissenters notwithstanding. While the city isn’t a breeze, it is also quite interesting. These are some things you might find useful to know before you shift:

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Namma Chennai: Music, Marina and More.

June 10th, 2012 1 comment
Marina minus the crowd.

You can never be too prepared to live in an alien metro. The change would be enormous, the lifestyle, the kind of work you do, the kind of people you engage with and on top of that the very city you live in. If your destination is Chennai, you can take off the last one from the list of worries. Chennai is one metro which embraces all kinds of people, which has got something in store for everyone, for the dhoticlad conservative to the pubhopping GenZ . Nowhere in India, you can see such a wonderful blend of tradition and modernity, both coexisting peacefully without losing their respective essences. Also since Chennai is home to a bunch of topnotch educational institutions, you will find that it is very student-friendly. Read further for a bunch of things that can make your life outside office exciting.

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The city of a zillion dreams–an intern’s guide to Mumbai

June 2nd, 2012 1 comment

Mumbai is perhaps the liveliest city on earth. If you’re shifting to Mumbai this year for an internship, an important piece of advice previous and current interns can give you is to learn to love this city. If you don’t, you may have a very difficult time. The most populous city in the country doesn’t come without its stressors, so be prepared! (The biggest problem with this beautiful city, of course, is that it is so distressingly difficult to articulately write about it).

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