To minimize the gap between concepts and reality, students of MBA have two internships as a part of their curriculum. The first is a 4-week internship program between their first year and second year followed by a longer 16-week internship in the final semester. SSN has consistently been a destination of choice for leading firms who offer Project-Internships.

Students take up internships in a variety of sectors – Manufacturing, FMCG, Analytics, IT, and Government Institutions. Such industrial exposure provides students with adequate exposure in tackling real life problems encountered in the working of an organization. The companies also gain from the fresh perspective and inputs of the students

Internship 1:

4 weeks after the first year of the program. Normal period – June/July.

Project Internship 2:

14-16 weeks during the fourth semester. Normal period – February to May.

 The students are expected to identify a real problem in the organization and complete a project with adequate academic rigor. The objective is to outline a solution for consideration by the company. The outcome will also include a project report to meet the University’s expectations. There will be an evaluation of the project by University’s external experts through a viva-voce.

Outcome: Students come up with solutions, addressing real problems in an organization. A project report to meet University requirements.

Quick Links