For IIM Indore student Ipsita Manna and SIBM Pune student Udit Khorwal, the work from a home internship with Tata Steel news came as a pretty disheartening one. Ipsita, being an ardent lover of how a legacy brand like Tata Steel operates, was keen on going to Jamshedpur to see the grand factories with her own eyes, and do her internship in operations and supply chain there. But with the lockdown, everything changed for these interns. How difficult was it actually for the supply chain and operations interns to continue working on their respective projects, keeping in mind that they wouldn’t be able to meet any stakeholders involved? This and a lot more on how these interns handled their work from home internship projects in the supply chain and operations domain in today’s episode of the Tata Steel Summer Internship series.
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Summer Internships are a gateway for students to understand the nitty-gritty of the corporate world, and an in-person experience works best for them. It becomes even more important when it's an operations based internship. How did these interns manage their projects? What was the sort of help they got? What were the major challenges, and what ultimately came out of their projects? These interns discuss it all.
Watch them revisiting their summer journey with Tata Steel in this video and tell us in the comment section below how your work from home experience been and what are the major challenges you faced.