The first day was actually really scary. To those of you who don’t know, the Tata Motors branch in Pune has a HUGE campus, so huge that you need to take a bus to go from one end to the other. Near the entrance, there are lines where you are frisked. After missing my bus
Ginger, Pepper, Cappuccino, Chupacabra and Godzilla were the cats that used to boss us in the office. As mentioned earlier that I never liked cats, I somehow started liking them. They were too adorable to be snubbed. Ginger was the only female and used to walk like a queen in the whole office. She would
The work of a Corporate office can be difficult and boring but you have to overcome all hurdles. At the end of the day when your senior tells you, "Excellent Work." Trust me that's the best feeling in the world. You feel your hardwork paid off. By Aunnesha Dey, HNLU Raipur, 3rd year
a. Highly sophisticated work culture.
b. Work Culture aimed at not only generating output but also catered to overall development of an Individual.
c. A 8-5 work culture with Cyber City as location, its an Employee friendly Organisation.
d. Nothing bad at all, a must Internship for every Individual.
Looking on the brighter side, this internship taught me to keep on going, life is not always a bed of roses and you may not always land in the right place at the right time but what is necessary is that you keep your head up and complete your work.
It is a gratifying and fulfilling feeling to be interning at one the biggest MNC of India that is under TATA group. It includes a new type of work experience which has lots of things to do and learn from.
The internship taught me quite a lot. The mere reading of books can never tell you how the real world functions in life. As much as I was praised for my work, I was also rebuked for my mistakes. I learned a lot and the total experience was quite extraordinary. :)
The friendly environment created by our mentors gave us an opportunity to share our points and views freely and frankly. Internship at TSL gave me some really memorable moments to cherish along with learning experiences. Submitted by Mukul Sharma, KIIT University
Life actually pauses to take a look around in Bangalore. As you enter through the big gates that spell out “WIPRO: Applying Thought” you enter a place of zen, a pocket universe where nobody is in a hurry to pass you by in the race of life but will walk with you at equal pace
The work environment at ICICI Bank, Mumbai is extremely conducive, people are approachable, and no on is in a hurry or breathing down your neck to complete your job. However, the work that you do submit has to be perfect, so take your time and complete it.
One thing which I liked was their prompt reply to my application. They will also check your writing ability by asking you to write an article which will be published on their blog. By Yash Bagra, Institute of Law, Nirma University, 3rd year
If you don't like reading, then this place will make you fall in love with reading. This is also facilitated by the fact that you cannot access most search engines, social networking sites and Youtube. I got to read some great texts by Aristotle, John Rawls etc. which made me fall in love with philosophies
I mainly got to work on cases related to Trademark, copyright, design and patent infringement and included: 1. Reading and analyzing cases; 2. Court visits; 3. Drafting of legal notices, plaints, written statements, Chief Affidavits, interim applications, memos; 4. IP Audit work; 5. IP filing. By V.Swathi, Padala Rami Reddi Law College, Hyderabad