Summer Internship

Because Knowledge Matters !

Internships are designed to expand the depth and breadth of academic learning in particular areas of study. It is an opportunity to receive experience in applying theories learned in the classroom to specific experiences in the community and work world. An internship can also heighten awareness of community issues, motivate to create opportunities, embrace new ideas, and give direction to positive change. A successful internship can give valuable information in making decisions about the direction of future studies or employment. An internship is an opportunity to not only use and develop industry-related knowledge and skills, but also to enhance some of the skills that are transferable to any professional work setting. This internship may be first introduction to the world of work, or one may have been exposed to professionalism many times before. No matter where skills and understanding of professionalism are concerned, internship is a chance to develop them even further.

Addressing the issue of practical exposure, internship is woven in the curriculum of study, which has adequate weightage in the evaluation system too. Therefore, it is suggested to students to undergo internships during summer as there is ample time available for transition from one semester to another. Summer internships are usually part of an engineering course curriculum. Summer internship provides a platform for students to gain experience, besides practicing their learning skills beyond textbooks and lectures.  During internships, engineering students gain knowledge from this practical training approach. Students who neglect summer internship are usually lack of expertise & skills required as a promising engineer that are required in the overall growth as a matured professional engineer.

Therefore, in succinct, the Summer Internship Program is meant to bridge the gap between the real-life business and academic institutions. It is a simulation of the business environment and enables students to experience the rigors of a business organization.

Summer Intership JEC

The objectives of Summer Internship include:

  • To provide students with opportunities to apply the concepts learnt in the class-room to real-life situations
  • To sensitize students to the nuances of a work place by assigning time-bound projects in a company
  • To provide students a platform to network which will be useful to further their career prospects
  • The Summer Internship Program emphasizes the evaluation of the student’s work at the work center with active involvement of the management. These efforts have strengthened the close industry relationship at academic centers and have also paved the way for pre-placement offers to the students

As a course requirement, every student of JEC Kukas is expected to complete a 6-8 week industry internship in the summer between the second and third year or third and fourth year of the course. The summer placement process is held to facilitate these internships for the students. Most firms offer students full-time positions based on the internships (pre-placement offers).

Summer Internship Benefits

Summer internships provide extremely valuable experience in your chosen field. If you’re too busy to commit as an intern during the College year, the summer could be a great option for you. While other students are focusing on play during summer break, you can get a foot in the door at one of your favorite companies by interning and learning everything you can. So consider a summer internship and get ahead of the curve!

Typically, employers start looking as early as January and begin to fill up internship positions by March for that summer.

Companies offer some of their best internships during the summer and some companies only offer summer internships. Why? For starters, interns produce some of their best work when they’re 100% focused. During the college year, interns often juggle college work and activities and can only work at their internship a few hours each week, whereas summer interns can fully immerse themselves in work. Employers can also attract talent from all locations for internships over the summer months.

What can you expect as a summer intern and beyond?

You’ll learn about a company and its culture, the industry, and various job roles. You’ll also develop new skills and make new connections that very well might provide professional references for you some day. You’ll go through training, get feedback on your performance, and get career advice. During your summer internship, be sure to take the opportunity to build your communication skills and get familiar with common office software packages including Microsoft Word and Excel.

Your summer internship checklist for success

  • Get an early start

There’s a lot you can do to increase your odds of landing a competitive internship. Most importantly, start your internship search early! Employers start looking as early as October to start filling internship positions for the next summer. For example, the recruitment season for TCS summer internships lasts from October through March. Big companies sometimes offer information sessions about their internships and jobs at college campuses. Be sure to talk to recruiters about their summer internships if you have the opportunity! Set your sights high! Make it your goal to apply to all the internships that interest you over your holiday break and don’t be afraid to apply to your dream internships in other cities.

  • Get your online presence in order

Maintain a professional online presence. When an employer types your name into an Internet search engine, what will they find? Go ahead and search your own name and see for yourself. Do you see a professional-looking LinkedIn Profile or embarrassing public social media accounts in the top search results?

Once you’ve completed a summer internship, you’ll secure future internships more easily because you’ll already have the desired real-world experience in your chosen field that employers look for. Plus, employers will know you’ve received training and mentorship on everything from email etiquette to employable skills. This gives you an edge over any competition and it also prepares you for working in a professional environment.

By the end of the internship, it is anticipated that interns will be able to:

Some of the companies for Summer Internship, where our students of previous batches have undergone summer internship.

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Initiative from Government of Rajasthan

The government of Rajasthan has created a common platform “Centre for Electronic Governance” (CEG) for providing quality training programs / summer internship to the students of Rajasthan. The brief profile of the organization is presented below. 

ceglogoCentre for Electronic Governance (CEG) is an autonomous body of Government of Rajasthan under the Department of Technical Education. Foundation stone of CEG was laid down on 8th December 2006 at Khaitan polytechnic College campus, Jaipur. Rajasthan is the second state that is running this program after the highly acclaimed and successful program "Jawahar Knowledge centre" in Andhra Pradesh. CEG get recognition in IT Training programs like Big data, Hadoop, AWS Cloud Computing, CCNA Trainings, ASP.NET Training, ASP.NET MVC 5 using Razor, Entity Framework, WCF, PHP, Auto CAD, Red Hat Certification training, C, C++, Linux Training program, Embedded Training programs etc. in Jaipur. It is authorized education partner of CISCO, Red HAT, Microsoft, Autodesk etc. Training programs run at CEG are approved by Rajasthan Technical education. It is also working as study Centre of IGNOU for MCA, BCA, CIT, PGDIS and ACISE programs. It started software development and Live Project training to give exposure to real-time applications to students. 

CEG Conduct Summer Internship Training programs for B.Tech, M.Tech, M.Sc., MCA and for Diploma students. The training programs are industrial oriented and syllabus is specially designed to fulfill requirements of industry work. It has been established with a sole aim to provide an excellent environment for creating industry employable IT professionals by the way of arranging seminars, lectures, vocational training, and industry relevant software training. At the same time provides a readymade platform for interaction between the industry and the trained workforce. For more information about skill and training programs, visit official website of Centre for Electronic Governance:  www.ceg.rajasthan.gov.in or visit     

Centre for Electronic Governance
R.C Khaitan Polytechnic College Campus, Jhalana Doongri ,
Near R.T.O office, Jaipur, Rajasthan: 302004
Phone Office: 0141-2702344

NATIONAL CAREER SERVICE (NCS)
The Directorate General of Employment and Training (DGE&T), Ministry of Labour and Employment (MoLE), Government of India is implementing the National Career Service (NCS) which aims to provide a variety of employment related services. The Government is now giving increased focus on career counseling as a key activity of NCS to enable for our aspiring youth to pursue the right career choice according to their aptitude so that they join the workforce with better skills for enhancing growth and development. It has a vision to develop Career Centres as a real exchange platform for job seekers and providers. There is also a need to evolve a road map to make these centers tie up with educational institutions and potential industries. With this background, NCS has been conceptualized as a comprehensive, multi-pronged, transformational project. Key aspects of this project include:

  1. Establishment of Career Centres which would be enabled by making the right infrastructure and linkages available to perform counseling functions.
  2. Implementation of a comprehensive capacity building initiative for augmenting the skills of Career Centre professionals and other ecosystem counseling partners.
  3. Setting up a National Portal which will act as a platform to bridge the gap between Government and Private Job providing ecosystem, Job seeker and Skill development ecosystem.
  4. Providing access to tools to analyze skill-wise demand of industry and supply of Job seekers, as well as access to a rich knowledge repository of career counseling content in multiple languages so that candidates are counseled appropriately.
  5. Collaboration with various stakeholders like State Governments, Schools, Colleges, Job seekers, Skill Development Institutions, Employers, NGO’s, Volunteer Agencies, Technology partners, Verification agencies etc.
  6. Establishing institutional/governance structures and Revenue Model for securing sustainability and relevance of the services being offered through these centers.
  7. Appropriate Information, Education and Communication (IEC) strategies to reach out to the stakeholders.

SERVICES OFFERED
Career Centres of NCS will be responsible for all activities related to the NCS project and will be linked to the NCS portal services for improved quality of services and outcomes. Activities to be performed by Career Centres can be categorized as follows:

  1. Coverage - Catchment Area
  2. Demand side – Industry Interaction
  3. Supply side – Candidate Engagement
  4. Job and Skill Mapping
  5. Information Education & Communication activities
  6. Last Mile Employability courses

NCS providing career services, the easy way NCS encourages job seekers to register in the NCS portal. It manages users and roles register of Job seeker, employer, local help counselor and placement organization. The employers may search candidates based on criteria search / download candidate profile discussion forum for career center create job fairs and events can be viewed with internal counseling calendar. For more information about  NCS programs , job seekers are advised to visit official website of National Career Service: www.ncs.gov.in or talk to NCS at Toll Free Helpline 1800-425-1514 Open Tue - Sun 08:00 am to 08:00 pm