A peek into some of the best internship experiences of the year! These stories missed Winner of the Week & Winner of the Month prizes by a thin margin but still won hearts and were awarded Gift Vouchers worth Rs. 500/- each.

Summer Internship with The Banyan – Sonal Jain from SIMC

September 13th, 2011 No comments

Name of the intern: -  Sonal Jain

Institute: -  Symbiosis Institute of Media & Communication

Organization interned with: -  The Banyan, Chennai

Women our mom’s age who believe they are held hostage by spirits for over 16 years. Women our age, who have been raped thrice before they attained puberty. Women who have been assaulted and harassed for the first 40 years of their life. Earlier, by uncaring fathers and later by brutal husbands. Women our grandmother’s age with brain capacities and understanding similar to that of six year old kids. Women, who forget often. Women, who behave strange in a lot of occasions. Children who lost their senses and balance in an accident which consumed their parents have grown into women now. These are women who merely exist today. They used to live once.

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Summer Internship with IBM Singapore – Ravi Karan from Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Engineering

August 17th, 2011 12 comments

Also Daily Winner for: -  16th August, 2011

Name of the intern: -  Ravi Karan Kakkar

Institute: -  Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Engineering, New Delhi

Organization interned with: -  IBM SINGAPORE PTE LTD

My excursion from Indira Gandhi International Airport to IBM Singapore, Changi Business Park has been no less than a vicarious ride. I was the smart alec of my college in terms of finding an opportunity to do my internship in overseas and adding an IBM tag to my resume was an exhilarating experience.

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Summer Internship with Schlumberger – Praveen Kumar from NITIE Mumbai

August 12th, 2011 8 comments

Also Daily Winner for: -  11th August 2011

Name of the intern: -  Praveen S

Institute: -  NITIE, Mumbai

Organization interned with: -  Schlumberger

Imagine being asked this question as soon as you enter the Interview room. ‘You are a fresher and your engineering branch is in no way related to the field of work that we do; I’ll give you one minute, convince us on why we should take you” .  My morning coffee came to my help and I conjured up an answer that satisfied all the panelists. After this I was a bit worried about having to intern in an organization that is so work centered and to the point. Little did I know what was in store for me.

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