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NRI students offered internships in various Indian firms

A pronounced opportunity has been offered under a public-private partnership during the summer of 2016 for all the Indian diaspora/NRI students. They have been rendered with some 60 paid short term internship positions in 23 Indian companies in major Indian cities.

OIFCThe Indian government in partnership with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has set up The Overseas Indian Facilitation Centre (OIFC). Further they have launched the India Corporate Internship programme for Indian diaspora students during the Regional Pravasi Bhartiya Diwas in Los Angeles in November 2015.

The Internship positions are being offered at some renowned firms like, Apollo Hospitals, Blue Star, Flipkart, Forbes Marshall, Godrej group of companies, Infosys, Kirlosker Brothers, TATA group of companies and Wipro among others.

The following programmes were set up in some major Indian cities that include Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Pune. The internships will include monthly stipends and accommodation, according to CII.

IndianThe prime motive behind this initiative is to reach out to Indian youth across the globe in order to understand the dynamics of corporate India as well as take part in India’s transformation.

According to a CII release, the programme aims to provide an opportunity for students of Indian origin to learn from the stalwarts of the Indian industry, work in a multicultural environment and re-connect with their roots in India.

They will work in diverse sectors such as Aerodynamics, Automotive, Banking & Financial services, Healthcare, Incubation centres for Indian start-ups, IT, Manufacturing Power, Retail & e-commerce and Social Enterprises.

Students can apply for the internships through the OIFC website

All the very best to the Interns!

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