|Author: Jagdish Patro 05 Dec 2015 Member Level: Diamond Points : 5 (Rs 5) Voting Score: 0|
An internship is an on-the-job training entrusted with a specific nature of duties and not considered as employment. No emoluments are devised and it can be paid or unpaid. But it would help you in getting a regular employment based on the experience and various jobs such as journalist or staff reporter would have to take an internship before appointed to the actual job.
Internships in academic career are widely encouraged these days keeping in view of the benefits derived for the students. It has multiple factors influencing the students top gain hands-on experience in their desired field, building a professional network and also make them to learn how to apply their classroom skills in a tangible way. While it is equally beneficial to the academic institution to inculcate new methodologies to train their students to meet the challenges in the emerging trends and it would be an opportunity to test its curricula through feedback and build relationships with host agencies. On the other hand, the internship offering agency can have its new administrators in making and can grab an opportunity to get the things done at low cost, no-benefits labor with the help of younger generation that could potentially inject new and creative ideas into the organization.
|Author: jenny 06 Dec 2015 Member Level: Gold Points : 6 (Rs 6) Voting Score: 0|
An intern-ship is a temporary post which focuses on job training to college students. Intern-ships can be on no fees-no pay/paid employment basis. It's a job training for professional careers. The intern-ships consists of services between the student and the company. Students can opt for intern-ships in their particular interests or the company offers the project works benefiting both the students and the company. Interns with good tract find placements in the organization where they had worked. The employer benefits from this recruitment as the interns needs less training.
Intern-ships are considered as a subject in the curriculum and marks are awarded. The college issues the intern-ship letters to the students. Students have to search for the jobs themselves. Students find jobs through reference /recommendations. The duration of the inter-ships varies depending on their professional field, inter-ships may be full time or part time.
In companies the inter-ships is provided by giving project works to the students relevant to the course and the company. The experience gained will be an added advantage for the students when they seek employment in the real word. In professional fields like science, engineering law, medicine and architecture the inter-ships is usually paid and is monthly.
Inter-ships is compulsory in colleges to obtain the final degree. Most of the institutions inter-ships are a must.
|Author: [Anonymous] 06 Dec 2015 Member Level: Diamond Points : 3 (Rs 3) Voting Score: 0|
Internship programmes are the last semesters for almost all professional courses like B.Tech and B.E.
The aim to include these internship programmes is it make students learn about practical aspects of the subjects what they have learned during the course.
They get exposure of professional life which they will have afterwards.
They learn to apply their theoretical knowledge practically.
Merely reading books does not make you capable of working in any firm or company. One must have an idea of working culture.
This per-exposure makes you comfortable in working zone.
|Author: Bapuni Singh 08 Dec 2015 Member Level: Bronze Points : 2 (Rs 2) Voting Score: 0|
An Internship is nothing but a training programm with you specialised subject or course , where you learn the practical aspect of what you have studied in your college , basically these are from 1month to 3year according to your course . After completing internship you get a certificate which certified that now you are able to work with you practical knowledge