Internship Experience | Yogesh Kumawat | Zumosun Research & Consultancy

In this interview we have Yogesh Kumawat, with his internship experience at Zumosun. Let’s learn more.

InternFeel: Please tell us something about yourself. Where and what are you studying currently?

Yaksh: My name is Yogesh Kumawat. I am a Software Developer Partner at Zumosun International Research & Consultancy (India) Pvt. Ltd. (ZIRC). I completed my Masters in Technology on 07-June-2018, from Arya Institute of Engineering and Technology (AIET), Jaipur in Computer Science Stream. My Research Topic was “ATM TRANSACTION USING ENCRYPTED LI-FI COMMUNICATION”. I am a Review member for the International Journal for Research & Development (IJRDT) in Technology Since 26-May-2018, “Advances in Science, technology and Engineering Systems Journal” (ASTES) since 28-March-2018, “International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts” (IJCRT) since 28-February-2018 and International Journal of Innovative Research in Engineering & Multidisciplinary Present Day Science. I completed my Bachelor Degree in Computer Science Stream from Dr. Radhakrishnan Institute of Technology (DRIT), Jaipur with First Class in 2015. I have also completed my Bachelor degree in Mathematics from Vivek PG Mahavidyalaya Jaipur in 2012. And finally, after the interview process, I got selected for this internship.

IF: Give us details about your internship – process of application, stipend, duration, and place?

Yaksh: I applied for Internship through https://internshala.com. After my profile was selected I received a call from www.Zumosun.com and attend an interview. And finally, after the interview process, I got selected. My stipend was Rs.3k/month for the duration of three months (26-Dec-2017 to 25-March-2018) and place of work was Zumosun International Research & Consultancy (India) Pvt. Ltd. (ZIRC), Jaipur, Rajasthan-302021.

IF: How competitive was the selection process? According to you, which qualities have helped you have an edge in the selection process? Also, what were the key things that selectors were looking for?

Yaksh: Interview process was simple but the pre-preparation helped me. That time was very crucial for me because I failed in many interviews but after every interview, I learned about my mistakes and this helped me in interviews I attended in the future.

IF: Could you please highlight the work/research you carried out during your internship period?

Yaksh: During the internship period, I worked on a banking software. I used the C# for the back-end development and MySQL Server for the database. As a software tool, I used the Visual Studio. and also developed a research website that helps the students to publish their articles and research papers.

IF: Can you give us interesting details about your experience – good and bad? (It could be something like the amazing location of your internship, the friends you made for life, a bad senior, accommodation given in case of an outstation internship and something along those lines.)

Yaksh: The working Environment is really friendly and there are very supportive staff members. And I currently work here.

IF: How do you think this internship has helped you grow? In other words, what are your key takeaways from the internship?

Yaksh: This internship was a turning point in my life as it helped me to know what I am actually interested in and what career I have to pursue in the future. My mentor used to give me the task and I had to show it as soon as possible. It helped me to understand how to feels to work under pressure, and how much work is needed to achieve your goals.

Yes, this internship actually helped me to know what to pursue in future. I have totally dedicated to the field of Research & Innovation. It helped me understand the layout of research work. The person who mentored me was extremely supportive and made me familiar with the National and International Research work Scenario.

IF: Has this internship had a decision altering impact on your career? Do you now think of a different future path as compared to before doing the internship?

Yaksh: Yes, this internship actually helped me to know what I should pursue in the future. As I had mentioned, I have totally dedicated to the field of Research & Innovation. It helped me understand the layout of research work. The person who mentored me was extremely supportive and made me familiar with the National and International Research work Scenario.

IF: Lastly, do you have any words of advice or caution for students aspiring for this internship and reading this piece?

Yaksh: “Nothing is Impossible”. You are young until you are learning. So, keep learning and the most important thing do not miss out on the important moments of your life as well, keep enjoying your life too. Sometimes you go through bad days in your life, forget them and look forward to your bright future. Remembering your past doesn’t mean that you have to carry it with you. The lessons from those experiences, however, should always be remembered. Each lesson remembered acts as a tool to help you meld the future you truly want.

You can easily take out time from your colleges to enjoy. I am also just like you, a student, it’s just hard work that creates the difference. If I can do it, then you can do it for sure. Never ever lose hope. You are far better than me and you will always do very well in the future. All the very best and remember I am always there for help.

Please rate this internship from the scale of 0 to 10, 0 being really bad to 10 being awesome!

Yogesh Kumawat: 10/10.

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