The Times Of India has published a series of tips for job seekers on how to apply and apply for an internship in India.
The series was created by Kavita Krishnan, a student of K. Krishnan College, and also includes tips for students looking to pursue internships.
“The internship is a new opportunity to develop your skills and to gain a career,” reads the first tip.
“The students can earn a minimum of Rs. 1,000 for two weeks of study in the summer and an additional Rs. 200 for a week of study.
The total salary depends on the length of the internship and the duration of the course.
In the first two weeks, they get to stay in the hostel and meet the other students in their hostel for an orientation.
The rest of the students get to meet the hostels staff in their own hostel, meet the students who were interned there and take a test.
If successful, they can get a job offer.”
The second tip is on how students can “understand the process” of applying for an Internship.
“The internship can be done in a few weeks.
There is no cost for applying for it,” the article reads.
However, the final tip, titled “A great internship in the form of a job opportunity,” suggests that students should “think of other ways of making an offer to the employers”.
“In the summer, we can stay in hostels.
For the summer term, we will take a day off and get away to other parts of the country.
We will also work at a small-medium sized NGO.
We can get paid by the host of the host for our work.
We also get paid a salary of Rs 1,500 per day, if we work at that level.
If we work on the side, we get a small salary,” it reads.
The final tip from the article is titled, “A better career in India is an internship.
Make it worth your while.”