The response received for the NoticeBard internship experience writing competition was heartwarming! Many of you sent us well-written, detailed, and useful internship experiences. Some internship experiences contained photographs and pictures too, which brought a smile to our faces!
Thank you for your contribution. These internship experiences will help 1000s of potential interns make informed choices about their internships and careers.
At the same time, the volume of the internship experiences was less. We received around 36 entries out of which 31 were published.
You may view the entries by clicking here.
As per this post, we had decided to distribute the prize money if we received a minimum of 100 entries.
However, we decided to be generous and award some of the brilliant entries received. The prize money has been reduced in proportion to the number of entries received.
The revised prize money is as follows:
1st prize: Rs. 4000
2nd prize: Rs. 3000
3rd prize: Rs. 2000
5 consolation prizes: Rs. 1000 each
The awards go to:
This has a lot of details about the application process and the interview. This will be very useful to future applicants. (Of course, the student found the opportunity on NoticeBard, but we didn’t give any extra points for that)
Internships for Humanities and Social Science Students are always difficult to find and there’s very less clarity on the work that they will be asked to do. This write-up has some useful tips for Humanities students.
A very detailed account of how it is to intern at one of the top financial services organisations in the world.
Very useful details on what students can expect while interning at a brokerage firm.
Good to know what a difference you made to the lives of the villagers. This experience will inspire a lot of students to contribute some time and effort for social benefit.
Very detailed description of how you secured the internship. A lot of Engineering students will aspire to intern at TATA Motors and your experience will be very helpful to all of them. You have given a lot of details about your work in the factory as well.
Nice account of your work in the Child Rights field.
Always interesting to work with kids and it’s amazing to know you got to teach them web development!
A big congratulations to all winners and also to all the participants. ?
We will get in touch with the winners soon to give away the prizes.
Going forward, we invite all students to continue sending their internship experiences to us, irrespective of whether a competition is on or not. The joy of helping your juniors and peers make informed decisions about their internships will be more satisfying than the prize money.