Internship Programme at IISc Bangalore’ in association with Aniket Singh, the author of Intern Abroad This Summer’ series of books. This programme brings exclusive summer internship opportunities for the students pursuing BTech/MTech, BSc/MSc, and PhD in mechanical, electrical, electronics, biotechnology, and similar streams. The application window to apply to these internships opens from February 6 to February 7 on the Internshala platform.
Details about the internship programme
The programme features research internships at Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore with 35 open positions.
These 2-month internships will commence in the summer from May to July.
Each selected intern will be provided with a stipend of INR 30,000 for the internship to cover their living and travel expenses during the internship.
There is no selection exam, and interns will be selected on the basis of their application response.
There is no participation fee.
To know more, you can mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can check out this link to apply for the internship.
Why do STEM students need this internship programme?
On the launch of this programme, the founder and CEO of Internshala, Sarvesh Agrawal said, The students in India often lack the awareness and means to find good academic research opportunities.
Through Aniket Singh Internship Programme, we strive to bring such remarkable opportunities for STEM students and help them take a big leap in their careers, he added.
Who is Aniket Singh?
Aniket Singh is an IIT Madras alumnus and is currently working at Apple Inc in California-United States. He has been working towards making top research internships in the world more accessible for Indian students.
He is also the author of Intern Abroad This Summer’ series of books [link], where he outlines how to find and score top research internships in the world.
Courtesy: India Today
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