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 the first day, I finally managed to reach.
Work Environment? People?
The people were very warm and helpful.
One thing I have to tell you is that since it is a car-manufacturing unit, and the offices are in the same campus as the chassis-manufacturing units, there are very few women around and lots of workers everywhere.
So for a girl, it can get a little awkward.
This internship will teach you how to survive in a big corporate; how to conduct yourself, how to find your way around the campus.
The best thing about Tata Motors is they treat their employees really well; breakfast, lunch and evening snacks are provided by the company. Also, the bus service they provide makes travelling very convenient.
Accommodation: How? Where? Reviews?
Since I study in Pune, I stayed at my PG. Otherwise, finding accommodation can be a difficult as the campus is in the outskirts of Pune.
What did you do to chill? Co-interns?
Unfortunately, I had no co-interns 🙁
Anything else you’d want to add?
Overall, to someone who wants a good name on their CV without doing anything you’re going to love this place! To others, please don’t apply.
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