Engineering student in Hyderabad starts a firm, when he didn’t get any internship and succeeds in his work
Hyderabad: To help tier-2 and tier-3 college students to get internship, Tarun Kumar Vulli launched a startup ‘Sixinterns’. Tarun himself failed to get internship in second year. He found that getting internship is not easy. Then he started the firm, which brush up the technical skills of the students. It also trains soft skills on a case to case basis. The firm also helped non engineering students to hone skills in auditing, marketing, data entry and many more.
Now Tarun is in final year in Lovely Professional University, and his firm already trained over 5000 students. His staff includes ex students of IITs, NITs and other top colleges. His firm ties up with corporates(around 15 MNCs) and connects with them after providing required training. He says, he takes projects from big firms and get the work completed by interns. Money obtained by the firm is shared with interns. Each intern in his firm gets minimum amount of Rs 8000.
Tarun said his firm also helped less fortunate and uneducated with less computer knowledge, and helped them in getting placed in voice processing, customer support, and other related roles.