The Importance Of Internship

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Introduction About internship.- Internship offer students a period of practical experience in the industry relating to their field of study. This experience is valuable to students as a means of allowing them to experience how their studies are applied in the "real world", and as work experience that can be highly attractive to potential employers on a candidate's profile.

An "internship" is an opportunity offered by an employer to potential employees, called "interns", to work at a firm for a fixed, limited period of time. As per the university rules this internship is conducted for a period of 2 months on the topic chosen as “Effectiveness Of advertisement and tariffs on Vodafone Sales”.
Significance of Internship
Provides Experience
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Through internship, students get not only get a first-hand experience of these theories, but also learn the applications of these theories in real challenges. Improves Skills:
Several skills and tasks are necessary to accomplish a job effectively and efficiently. These skills are imparted to a student during his tenure as an intern. Boosts Self-Confidence:
Doing an internship is a great learning experience in itself. The entire journey of internship allows a student to identify his strengths and weaknesses, and use both of them to the best advantage of his job and company.

New Career Opportunities:
Internship is the first ladder to success. Doing an internship in a specialized field helps students to build up a good network. When a student enters a company, he is not regarded as an intern (despite being one), but as an employee who will give his best to the company. Real Corporate Feel:
Another major advantage of doing an internship is working in the real corporate environment, without having to leave college, thus allowing students to experience the workplace
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In a small town, competition won't be as fierce and word of mouth will be your best ally, so minimal advertising should work fine. Also consider your target market. Websites would be a good choice for young people, but probably less effective for reaching the elderly. Always be aware of who your primary customer base is and recognize the most effective ways to reach them specifically.
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