Internship, industrial training, or academic attachment programs play a pivotal role in providing students with practical experience and exposure to real-world environments within their respective fields of study. These initiatives typically involve placements within industry, research institutions, or professional settings, where students can apply theoretical knowledge gained in the classroom to practical scenarios. Through hands-on experience, students develop essential skills, including problem-solving, communication, teamwork, and adaptability, while also gaining insight into industry practices, trends, and challenges. Internship programs often serve as a bridge between academic learning and professional practice, allowing students to test their skills, explore career pathways, and build valuable networks. Moreover, these experiences offer institutes opportunities to forge partnerships with industry stakeholders, fostering collaboration, knowledge exchange, and mutually beneficial outcomes. Overall, internships, industrial training, or academic attachments complement academic learning, enhancing students' employability, professional development, and readiness for the workforce.

  1. Guidelines (Industrial Training, Academic Attachment) (pdf)
  2. Joining Report (pdf)
  3. Training Evaluation Report (pdf)
  4. No Objection Certificate for Internship Conference and Visa (pdf)