The 3rd year internships are probably the most important one a student will do over the course of their degree. Providing students with important industry skills, research experience in their fields, contacts in companies and institutes; hence, these internships are a very integral part of one’s career.
It’s the time when we need to start applying for interns. And with this comes the season of writing CVs.
“Drop this point, iss ko highlight karo, adjust both points in a single line, no repetition…” we often keep on revising and tailoring our resumes and finally end up with a series of files
Startups in recent years have hogged the business limelight with ventures in a range of fields mushrooming across the country. Notwithstanding the recent blacklisting of a few startups from IIT placements, they’ve enjoyed an ever-increasing presence on the placement and internship scene.
Despite the dominance of subjects like mathematics, physics, and computer science in the field of engineering, the biochemical and biotechnology sector has witnessed some drastic advances. However, there is no denying that a major part of the field is still unexplored and there is a lot of untapped potential, especially in a country like ours. It has been commonly observed that due to lack of exposure and awareness regarding available opportunities, most of the students take detours and end up in a completely different work environment which in the first place, they never opted for. Core Internships, thus play a crucial role as they enable students to stay well versed with the recent developments in the field. Since it is a field with large interdisciplinary relations, there is a wide range of subfields in which students can take up industrial projects or conduct research.