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The Summer Internship Project (SIP) is an experiential learning component of the Post Graduate degree program and mandatory credit course, the two-month project is slotted in between the two academic years from May 01 to June 30 at the end of the first year. The SIP aims to provide a platform for students to integrate classroom knowledge with related practical applications and skills in a professional environment and gives students a first-hand experience of real-time situations. During the internship period successful candidates can get  placement offers from the companies where students have completed their summer internships.

  • Interactive Seminars
  • Project Management
  • Interview Techniques
  • Presentation Skills
  • Career Planning Options
  • Employment Opportunities
  • Digital Marketing
  • Business Analytics
  • Financial Technology
  • Blockchain Analytics
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M – S M A R T @  Summer Project Objectives

Summer Project helps  to expose a particular job and  profession and to expand your business knowledge & decision.

  • To apply business concepts and theories to real-world decision-making
  • To increase proficiency in specific disciplines of business management.
  • To developed and improve business skills in communication and technology.
  • To meet professional and potential mentors who can provide guidance and support.
  • To develop a work ethics and professional demeanor as well as a commitment. 

M – S M A R T @  Summer Project Program Overview

Summer Internship Project is a professional learning experience that offers meaningful, practical work related to a student’s field of study or career interest. An internship gives a student the opportunity for career exploration and development, and to learn new skills. It offers the employer the opportunity to bring new ideas and energy into the workplace, develop talent and potentially build a pipeline for future full-time employees.

Project Internships are supervised, structured learning experiences in a professional setting that allow you to gain valuable work experience in a student’s chosen field of study. Internships require a minimum of 120 hours (typically, at least 10 hours per week during the fall and spring and either part-time or full-time during the summer).  When candidates do join internships, one of the most important tasks is to make the internship project report at the end of the internship period and it provides an overview of the internship work that has been done.

An internship provides the work experience that helps students put their education into practice, develop their leadership skills and give them a competitive advantage as they pursue a permanent position.

  • Module 1: Interactive Seminars
  • Module 2: Project Management
  • Module 3: CVs Preparations
  • Module 4: Interview Techniques
  • Module 5: Presentation Skills
  • Module 6: Career Planning Options
  • Module 7: Employment Opportunities
  • Module 8: Preparations of Report

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