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Internship importance, Placements, AICTE Guidelines

Internship importance, Placements, AICTE Guidelines

Our economy is changing each day, and with it, the abilities, talents, and experience needed to be part of that growth cycle are also changing. The job market is full of competition, and frequently that could be a tough studying curve for current graduates. That is a large reason behind the increase of applied studying and internship possibilities turning into a key component for students. Just having a very good degree is no longer enough to secure a job in today’s world. Pertinent work experience is now simply as valuable as your graduation degree and exam results in terms of constructing a successful profession. As a result, internships have come to be a vital way to assist applicants makes themselves stand out.

Why should you intern?

Application of education and career exploration

Internships are an amazing manner to use the information from the classroom to real-world experience. Mastering is one issue, however taking those competencies into the personnel and applying them is a top notch way to explore special career paths and specializations that match individual interests.

Gain experience and increase marketability

Having an internship gives you experience in the career area you need to pursue. Not only does this provide individuals an advantage over other candidates when applying for jobs, it also prepares them for what to expect in their field and improves confidence in their work.

Networking

Having an internship advantages you within the working surroundings, and it also builds your professional network. There is a high chance of securing a job via connecting with others, so networking is critical. Internships provide an extremely good environment to meet professionals inside the career area you need to pursue, also other interns who have similar interests.

Understand more about yourself

An internship will help you study your abilities and in the end inspire you to have a more understanding of your strengths and weaknesses. It could be a tough revel in at instances. Nonetheless, the blessings you benefit from being pushed out of your comfort region will help you largely in the future when you are offered with a hard challenge or situation.

How Pantech Internships help Students to get Placements?

Pantech Certified Internships are the perfect way to enhance your resume through relevant experiences. During your internship you can acquire new skills and abilities which can improve yourself as a young professional, and furthermore enhance your resume. The more experience you acquire, the better you position yourself for success in landing a job. Internships at Pantech eLearning prepare the students to the Industrial Demands of the Future. We offer online guidance and teaching with top trainers to support you with your training.

With our internship, you’re given the opportunity to showcase your talents, commitment, and value to a prospective employer. Given these points, internship is more than crucial for your future career. An internship is the building blocks necessary for creating the path to a successful career.

Pantech eLearning offers certified internships in various topics. Some of them are given below

AICTE Guidelines

Based on the recommendations of the Expert Committee, the following Guidelines have been framed for the Examinations and the Academic Calendar in the Universities. The guidelines are advisory in nature and each university may chart out its own plan of action taking into consideration the issues pertaining to COVID –19 Pandemic.

  1. Maintaining the  sanctity  of  academic  expectations  and  integrity  of  examination process, the universities may adopt alternative and simplified modes and methods of examinations to complete the process in shorter period of time in compliance with  CBCS  requirements  as  prescribed  by  UGC  from  time  to    These may include MCQ/ OMR based examinations, Open Book Examination, Open Choices, assignment/ presentation-based assessments etc.
  2. The universities  may  adopt  efficient  and  innovative  modes  of  examinations  by reducing the time from 3 hours to 2 hours assigned to each examination, if need arises but without compromising the quality, so that the process may be completed in multiple shifts and, at the same time, sanctity to evaluate the performance of a student is also maintained.
  3. The universities   may   conduct   Terminal   /   Intermediate   Semester   /   Year examinations  in  offline  /  online  mode, as  per  their  Ordinances/Rules  and Regulations,  Scheme  of  Examinations,  observing  the  guidelines  of  “social distancing”  and  keeping  in  view  the  support  system  available  with  them  and ensuring fair opportunity to all students.
  4. Terminal semester/ year examinations for PG/ UG courses/ programmes may be conducted by universities as suggested in the academic calendar keeping in mind the protocols of “social distancing”.
  5. For intermediate    semester/year    students,    the universities   may    conduct examinations, after  making   a comprehensive   assessment  of  their   level   of preparedness,  residential  status  of  the  students,  status  of  COVID-19  pandemic spread in different regions / state and other factors.

In case the situation does not appear to be normal in view of COVID-19, in order to maintain “social distancing”,  safety  and  health  of  the  students,  grading  of  the students could be composite of 50% marks on the basis of the pattern of internal evaluation  adopted  by  the  universities  and  the  remaining  50%  marks  can  be awarded on the basis of performance in previous semester only (if available). The internal evaluation can be continuous evaluation, prelims, mid-semester, internal evaluation or whatever name is given for student progression.

In the situations where previous semester or previous year marks are not available, particularly  in  the  first  year  of  annual  pattern  of  examinations,  100%  evaluation may be done on the basis of internal assessments.

If the student wishes to improve the grades, he/she may appear in special exams for such subjects during next semester.

This  provision  for  intermediate  semester  examinations  is  only  for  the  current academic  session  (2019-20)  in  view  of  COVID-19  pandemic,  while  maintaining safety and health of all the stakeholders and sanctity and quality of examinations.

 

  1. In addition to the above, following steps are required to be taken:

 

  1. The scheme of “Carry forward” (for the subjects in which the student has failed) will be allowed for the current academic year in the universities and every  student  will  be  promoted  to  next  semester/year. However, such students may clear the examination for the course in which he/ she has failed/ remained absent, whenever the examination is held next.
  2. The students  may  be  allowed  to  improve  their  grades  by  offering  one additional  opportunity  to  appear  for the  current  semester  course(s)  in succeeding semesters/ years or through supplementary examinations.

 

  1. The modalities  for  examination  and  other  related  activities be  applied  uniformly across all courses in a university.
  2. The students  should be  informed  well  in  advance  (at  least one  week)  about  the conduct of examinations and other related activities.
  3. Regarding the requirement of minimum percentage of attendance for the students/ research scholars,  the  period  of  lockdown  may  be  treated  as  ‘deemed  to be attended’ by all the students/ research scholars.
  4. The universities may adopt appropriate strategies to facilitate the UG/ PG students pursuing Projects/ Dissertations, in view of the prevailing circumstances. The universities may consider to assign review-based/ secondary data-based projects or software-driven projects, instead of laboratory-based experiments or field/ survey-based assignments to these students.
  5. The universities   may   conduct   the   practical   examinations   and   Viva-Voce Examinations through Skype or other meeting apps, and in case of intermediate semesters,  the  practical  examinations  may  be  conducted  during  the  ensuing semesters.
  6. The universities  may  conduct  the  D.  and  M.  Phil.  Viva -Voce  Examinations through Video Conferencing using Google, Skype, Microsoft Technologies or any other reliable and mutually convenient technology, subject to the approval of the concerned statutory authority of the university, incompliance of Clause 9.6 to 9.9 of the UGC Regulations,2016 regarding award of M. Phil / Ph.D. Degree. While conducting   the   Viva-Voce   Examination   through   Video   Conferencing   using electronic means, it may be ensured that it will be open to be attended by members of  the  Research  Advisory  Committee,  all  faculty  members  of  the department, research scholars   and   other   interested   experts/ researchers,   besides   the Research   Supervisor   and   Expert(s)/Examiner(s),   as   applicable. It is also imperative  on  the  part  of  the  university  to  maintain  due  record  of  the  same, including the report signed by Expert(s)/Examiner(s) appointed for conducting the same.
  7. The M.Phil. or Ph.D. students, whose maximum period for submission of M. Phil./ Ph.D.Dissertation/Thesis prescribed under relevant rules/ regulations/ ordinances of the  concerned  universities  is  expired/  expiring  during  the  Corona  pandemic period, may be allowed to submit their Dissertation/ Thesis, including completion of  pending  formalities,  within  six  months  from  the  date  of  expiry  of  regular prescribed period. The extension of six months may also be considered for those students who are yet to submit their Dissertation/ Thesis.
  8. Every University  shall establish a  cell for  handling  student  grievances  related  to examinations  and  academic  activities  during  COVID-19  pandemic and  notify effectively to the students.
  9. The UGC will  establish  a Help  Line for monitoring  student  grievances  related  to examinations and academic activities during COVID-19 pandemic.

How Pantech’s Placement services are beneficial for Students to get Placements?

In the past years, Pantech eLearning has guided many candidates into IT jobs, directly or indirectly through training, recruitment and career guidance services. Now, during these uncertainties of Covid19 pandemic, we are again coming up with a mission to make candidates self-sufficient.

Pantech’s Placement services are very much beneficial for Students. We understand the requirements of the employer so we come up with a tailor-made solution that meets their specific needs. We make students capable of attending interviews, and training the candidates to make them ready for the job profiles. Our training give students the opportunity to gain skills specific to their subject or industry of choice as well as the employability skills required for work. We are known for training and educating the candidates before putting them up for the interview for any selected post. We understand the job description and its requirements and provide training to the candidates to make them more suitable for the role. Pantech’s placement service maintains a large database of job seekers and recruiters and can easily help them connect as per the requirements in a short period of time.

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