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How I Prepared For My Internship At ITC And The Two Months Of Unparalleled Experience

One of the most important things that need to be kept in mind while preparing for an interview is to get a brief knowledge of a particular sector, which was

Kolkata Diaries: Learning With ITC - Roshan Desai, XLRI Jamshedpur

Late April 2018, Gurgaon:I was browsing through Facebook while the employees of the design office I was there to interact with, had lunch. I was being given all the royal

A Time Traveller's Tale: My Journey In ITC - Summer Internship 2018

One cannot plan for the unexpected.  (Aaron Klug) I was standing amongst a group of villagers, interviewing them in Telugu, behind me were a herd of buffaloes and for the furthest

InsideIIM Internship Inventory - ITC Limited - Company Profile

One of the most important aspects of placements, be it Summer Placements or Final Placements, is knowing which company you want to work for. It is imperative that you understand

IIMs B I T, IIFT, XLRI, TISS And JBIMS Bag Honours In The Summer Internship Experience Sharing Competition

We have the results for Summer Saga 2017, our annual internship experience sharing competition!This is the fifth year of our competition and hundreds of students have shared their experiences over

Perseverance, Integrity, And Truthfulness Are The Secret To Success - Navonil Chatterjee's Internship Experience At ITC - SCMHRD

My internship with ITC Ltd. was, to say the least, an extremely special and insightful experience. Starting right from the regal two-day induction programme at ITC Windsor Hotel, Bangalore, wherein

'So Much In So Little Time' - Internship Experience At ITC

The summer placement process is the most gruelling experience any B-school grad would face. After several months of hard work and sleepless nights, I finally got placed in one of

7 States & 7000 Km In The World Of Commodities - Nakulesh Kagathra's Internship Experience At ITC

“Yours is the most critical and difficult project and the company has no idea how to go about things” – this was the first thing my mentor said to me