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Ram Goel
Ram Goel

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How I got 2 Internships

Which type of Internships?

I have done two internships in two startups in my 2nd Year of B.Tech, one is in ReactJS and the other one in React Native.

How I got the First One?

So my first internship was from linkedin, I got it because I have worked on a tech stack, which the company wants to implement on their project. It was of about 3 months and it was unpaid.

How I got Second One?

The Second one I got from college, it was a training of ReactJS of about 45 days for which we have to give about 1500 rupees, and after the training there will be an interview and those who qualify, will get an internship. I know react before I enrolled for that so I have enrolled so that I'll easily get an internship.
Same Happened, there was some assignments followed by a group interview. 3 of us get selected for the internship and I was one of them.

Some Tips for you

  1. Make your Linkedin Profile Strong.
  2. Do Solve Coding problems, but try to solve a real world problem.
  3. Find out what work for you, what tech stack you love.
  4. Explore if you're in first or second year.
  5. Keep Trying, you'll find your way.

Bonus

Attendance matters but you are engineers, you know how to get "attendance without attending".

Me who writing this blog after bunking the class.
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Thank you so much for Reading it. See you somewhere :)

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ARY1257

Cool.

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Ram Goel • Edited on

Thanks @ary1257 . Glad you Liked the content

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Pritisaha85

Nice

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Ram Goel

Thanks @pritisaha85 . Glad you Liked the content

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Shubham Gupta

Nice

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Ram Goel

Thanks @vitaliyshuba

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