Internship Policy for Students

The rise in global competition has prompted organizations to devise strategies to have a talented and innovative workforce to gain a competitive edge. Developing an internship policy is an impactful strategy for creating a future talent pool for the industry. The Internship program not only helps fresh pass-outs in gaining professional know-how but also benefits, corporate on fresh perspectives on business issues and even discovering future business leaders. The interaction of Technical Institutions with the industries has been restricted to the level of faculty communications and 2 to 4 hour industrial visits by the students generally. The institutions are under a great stress to renew education offered by them, to be as close as possible to the industrial requirement and expectations. Competition in the job sector is rising exponentially and securing entry-level jobs is getting very difficult, as the students passing out from technical institutions lack the experience and skills required by industry.


Internships are educational and career development opportunities, providing practical experience in a field or discipline. They are structured, short-term, supervised placements often focused around particular tasks or projects with defined timescales. An internship may be compensated, non-compensated or some time may be paid. The internship has to be meaningful and mutually beneficial to the intern and the organization. It is important that the objectives and the activities of the internship program are clearly defined and understood. Following are the intended objectives of internship training:

1.Will expose Technical students to the industrial environment, which cannot be simulated in the classroom and hence creating competent professionals for the industry.

2.Provide possible opportunities to learn, understand and sharpen the real time technical / managerial skills required at the job.

3.Exposure to the current technological developments relevant to the subject area of training.

4.Experience gained from the ‘Industrial Internship’ in classroom will be used in classroom discussions.

5.Create conditions conducive to quest for knowledge and its applicability on the job.

Institute’s Internship Policy (Following AICTE’s Internship Policy):

1.Internship programs will be arranged at Summer Vacations and Winter Vacations.

2.For First Year Students, the Internship will be in-house i.e. within the institution, with an aim to
 Gain experience in writing Technical reports/projects.
 Expose students to the engineer’s responsibilities and ethics.
 Promote academic, professional and/or personal development.

3.Students of 2nd, 3rd & 4th years, will work with different industries and organisations, with the aim to
 Learn to apply the Technical knowledge in real industrial situations.
 Familiarize with various materials, processes, products and their applications along with relevant aspects of quality control.
 Expose the students to future employers.
 Understand the social, economic and administrative considerations that influence the working environment of industrial organizations.
 Understand the psychology of the workers and their habits, attitudes and approach to problem solving.

Name of the companies where our students do Internship:

1. Alkras Online Services Pvt. Limited .

2. Flipkart Pvt Ltd .

3. Youth Empowerment Foundation.

4. Ebizeo Information Services.

5. Techtwins Technologies.


7. Catosoft Technologies Pvt. Ltd.


9. Aashman Foundation

10. EdifyPath