Student Training

An internship should give you practical skills, workplace experience and greater knowledge of that industry, in exchange for the employer benefiting from your labour.

As competition for graduate jobs increases, students need to think of new ways to set themselves apart from all of the other equally qualified and skilled candidates. Graduates who have relevant workplace experience tend to be more valued by employers, and this makes internships an attractive prospect. But what exactly are internships, how can they help you and what will you be expected to do? We will explore these areas in this guide, which should help you to decide whether an internship is the right choice for you. An internship is an opportunity offered by an employer to potential employees, called interns, to work at a firm for a fixed period of time. Interns are usually undergraduates or students, and most internships last between a month and three months. Internships are usually part-time if offered during a university semester and full-time if offered during the vacation periods. An internship can be either paid or voluntary. The trend is increasingly (and rightly) towards the former, as voluntary internships are often cited as exploitative. As you would expect, internships that pay well are usually the most competitive.


  • Start date 2019-08-13
  • End date 2019-12-20
  • Remuneration : Salary Per Entry wise


  • Place DLW Office
  • Street DLW Road
  • City Varanasi


  • Co-ordinator : Dhirendra Sir
  • Trainee : Kinjal, Krishna, Manisha, Nishi, Amit, Mrinal, Sharanya
  • Trainee : Sakib, Sakshi, Sandeep, Ajay, Devendra, Gaurav

Photos of Student Training on 2019-08-13