अपने आप को तथा अपने मूल्य को जानना

मरने से पहले पिता ने अपने बेटे से कहा:- “यह एक घड़ी है जो आपके दादाजी ने दी थी और यह 200 साल से अधिक पुरानी है, लेकिन इससे पहले कि मैं इसे आपको दे दूं आप नई सड़क पर एक घड़ी की दुकान पर जाएं और उसे बताएं कि मैं इसे बेचना चाहता हूं और देखें कि यह घड़ी कितने रुपये की है“।  


वह चला गया और फिर अपने पिता के पास वापस आया और कहा :- “घड़ी बनाने वाले ने ५०/- रुपये की पेशकश की क्योंकि यह पुरानी घड़ी है“।

उन्होंने उससे कहा:- “राम वॉच शॉप पर जाओ”। वह गया और फिर वापस आया और कहा:- “पिता जी, उसने भी ५०/- रुपये की पेशकश की।

अंत में पिता ने कहा:- संग्रहालय (museum) में जाओ और उस घड़ी को वह दिखाओ। वह चला गया और वह जब वापस आया और अपने पिता से कहा:- उन्होंने मुझे इस पुरानी घड़ी के लिए एक करोड़ रुपये की पेशकश की।

पिता ने कहा:- मैं आपको यह बताना चाहता था कि सही जगह पर आपकी कीमत को जाना एवं पहचाना जाता हैं तथा  इसे एक सही तरीके से महत्व दिया जाता हैं। इसलिए अपने आप को कभी भी गलत जगह पर न रखें और यदि आप नहीं करते हैं तो आप अपने जीवन में परेशान हो जाते हैं।*


नैतिक मूल्य:- जो आपके मूल्य को समझता है वह आपकी सराहना करता है तथा आपको हमेशा प्रेरित करेगा !!

5 Steps to consider while choosing the Right Internship Program

As they say, “The expert in anything was once a beginner.

We totally second this thought. To reach your destination, the major point is to start. Start small/big doesn’t matter but start!

While you are studying, it is imperative that you do get the lessons and concepts of your course well. But real-world exposure is a must! And when you have the drive to get a decent exposure in the outside world, internships come to your rescue. Interning gets you aware about the actual work that gets done in the field you choose to be in. You are prepared beforehand to get in action thereafter.

But the thing is how do we finalise on the internship?

What should be taken care of while choosing the internship?

Well, well, when CPSTOWN is there, you really don’t have to care!

Relax, in this article, we are going to discuss about the 5 steps that you should always consider while choosing the Right internship program.

1. What you want vs what you don’t want

What you want vs what you don’t want

Now, this is a tough fight! We generally have queries of students who wish to join an internship program that isn’t of their field. There are many students who are dicey about this part. But we clearly suggest you to be clear in your thoughts, list down and acknowledge what is entirely beneficial for you and you are inclined to. Let us take an example for this one: Raju is an engineering student but loves to write, in his end-sem leave he decides to intern for a newspaper. Now, if in his coming years, he wants to write-full time that internship can really add value to his profile. On the other hand, Rina, also an engineering student wants to intern at an IT firm as she intends to join one, once graduated. So it is necessary to acknowledge that figuring out you don’t like a line of work is just as valuable as it is holding on the field you do like.

2. Startup or corporate

Startup or corporate

It is a general pattern that students hunt for name brand companies to build their resume. They generally don’t consider a startup to intern for. Now, to be very honest , the decision depends entirely on what you want to learn, in addition to the field you wish to pursue. In startups, you are involved from making your coffee yourself to handling project operations. You get to learn at grassroot level in a startup over the projects that will have a recognizable impact.

3. Build a network