Summer Internship Statistics 2022-23
Engineering and Manufacturing
Every year, the first-year students of Delhi School of Business are selected for the Summer Internship Program (SIP) during the summer placement week. This enables them to engage in a two-month internship during April and May. Each year, about 15 Pre-Placement Offers (PPOs) are extended to these interns across diverse roles such as Management Consulting, Investment Banking, Sales & Marketing, Product Management, and Supply Chain Management. DSB’s Summer Internship Program provides students with invaluable real-world work experience. This SIP program helps the students of DSB to build their resumes and take the first step toward a successful career after graduation. However, the benefits of this internship program aren’t exclusive to students, businesses also derive substantial value from these programs. By engaging with interns, they gain access to a pool of potential future employees who already have some understanding of the company’s operations.
Our students have achieved remarkable success during their summer internships. Among them, Aryan Bhatt stood out by securing a prestigious Pre-Placement Offer (PPO), which highlights his exceptional abilities.
Several students were recognized for their outstanding performance and received generous stipends. For instance, Kishan Jain, Anita, Bhuvan Jindal, and Shriyanshu interned at LG and were awarded an impressive stipend of 50,000 INR. Similarly, Anupama Yadav and Bhavya Anand excelled at MDRA, earning a stipend of 10,000 INR. Additionally, Aman Goyal, Vanshika Gupta, Riya Ahuja, Sujal Jain, and Ritika Verma showcased their talent at Bajaj Capital and were rewarded with a stipend of 5,000 INR. Furthermore, Manika Sethi demonstrated exceptional skills at FIN Advantage, securing a stipend of 20,000 INR.
The objective of the Summer Internship Programme (SIP) is to expose the students to the dynamics of an organization and to integrate classroom learning with practical experience. The SIP benefits the students through the first-hand experience earned, while the host organization benefits through availability of young and enthusiastic interns who are having new ideas, to aid in execution of organizational tasks or projects for the internship duration.
Following are few objectives of SIP:
• To provide students possible opportunities to learn, understand and sharpen the real time managerial skills required at the job.
• To expose students to the current developments relevant to the subject area of training.
• To enable students, apply the experience gained from the SIP in discussions held in theclassrooms.
• To enhance skills of students in writing project reports.
• To expose students to the professional responsibilities and ethics.
Within 10 days of SIP commencement
Every Monday during SIP tenure
After 30 days of commencement of SIP
Feedback of Company Guide
In the last week of SIP tenure (Refer Annexure-4)
Internal SIP Presentation And Viva -Voce
In the first 15 days post-SIP tenure (Refer Annexure-5)
At a suitable date in Term V (Refer Annexure-6A and 6B)
Summer Internship Recruiters