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AICTE, NHAI to offer 5,000 paid internships

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AICTE and NHAI have launched the ‘Online Internship’ program for Civil Engineering Students. The unique internship program was launched in the presence of several eminent personalities, including AICTE President, Professor Anil D Sahasrabudhe, Vice President, Professor MP Poonia, Sukhbir Singh Sandhu, President of NHAI, Head of Coordination of Chandrasekhar Buddha.

Professor Anil D Sahasrabudhe, President of AICTE, said a medical education internship mechanism for a long practice practice. Today, AICTE has made internships mandatory for engineering students.

AICTE Vice President Professor MP Poonia said that students interning at NHAI would have the opportunity to work on problems in real time. It was also announced that according to the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, each student must have an industrial presence in the field of it. The AICTE internship program creates a platform for students to do this.

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Dr. Sukhbir Singh Sandhu, President of NHAI, highlighted the importance of internships, hands-on learning, and academic knowledge. The president of the NHAI also said that students should do this internship thoroughly and with dedication and provide feedback to the NHAI. NHAI offers internship opportunities to 5,000 students in the first phase with 10,000 rupees as a scholarship for two months. Based on the experience of the first phase, NHAI is ready to increase the number of internships for the benefit of the student community.

Buddha Chandrasekhar, Head of Coordination, presented the AICTE internship portal and presented the functionality and characteristics of the portal. These internship opportunities also enrich employment opportunities for youth through “learning by doing” and improve graduates’ qualifications.

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