NABARD Student Internship Scheme 2022 or NABARD SIS 2022 registration has been started on the official website. Students who are Interested in can register themselves on the website of National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development, nabard.org.
Internships are a great way to cultivate professional passion, abilities, and strong personality. Doing these will also improve employment opportunities. That is why many candidates are making efforts to do internships in reputed institutes. NABARD (National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development) is now offering such a great opportunity.
In rural areas of our country, NABARD is responsible for formulating policies for agriculture and other economic activities, providing loans, related plans and monitoring activities. It is entirely a central government agency. It includes an advertisement for internships under the name Student Internship Scheme (SIS). Those interested can apply online.
For students pursuing masters in Agriculture and allied subjects, the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development, NABARD has issued a notification for Student Internship Scheme (SIS) 2021-22. Eligible and interested candidates can apply for NABARD SIS 2021 on the official website.
The aim of the scheme is to get valuable feedback with a fresh perspective through studies/projects undertaken by the students on themes of interest to NABARD.
Financial Support under NABARD Student Internship Scheme: Stipend Rs.18,000 per month will be given to the students selected for the internship. Along with this, allowances will also be given for a maximum of 30 field visits in the North-East states at the rate of Rs.2,000 per day. It is to be noted that the stipend and travel allowance will be disbursed only after submitting the project work.
The monetary benefits including the stipend and field allowance will be released to the students on satisfactory completion of the projects. NABARD will accept internship applications from candidates studying abroad as well.
Eligibility: Only the students in their second year post-graduate programme of Agriculture Business, Economics, Social Sciences and Management along with Agriculture and allied subjects like Veterinary, Fisheries etc., are eligible to apply for NABARD Student Internship Scheme 2021. Apart from this, students doing five-year integrated courses like law are also eligible.
The application process for NABARD SIS 2021 has been started on February 9, 2021. Students willing to work as interns must register on the website before the deadline, March 5, 2021.
There are a total of 75 vacancies under the NABARD Internship Scheme 2021. Those who are pursuing a postgraduate degree or five years integrated degree can apply for this scheme. Applicants can get more details on the scheme read the NABARD Student Internship 2021 guidelines.
Steps to register for NABARD Student Internship Scheme:
- Visit the official web link of National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development, nabard.org.
- Go to the ‘What’s New’ section flashed on the homepage.
- Click on the link, ‘NABARD Student Internship Scheme Apply here’.
- Click on the link ‘Register a New Account’, if you apply for the first time.
- Enter your details such as salutation, name, email address, date of birth and mobile number.
- Enter the various other details and upload the documents required.
- Click on submit and go to the login section.
- Login using your credentials and apply for the NABARD SIS.
- Apply from here
The shortlisted students will be assigned short term projects on Rural Haats, Rural Mart, Homestays (Rural Tourism), Skill Development Programmes, Micro ATMs etc. Selected applicants will get a monthly remuneration of Rs 18,000 for the two-month internship.
NABARD Student Internship Scheme: NABARD will offer an internship of eight to 12 weeks from April 1 to August 31. As soon as the internship begins, there will be a one-week orientation programme. In the second and third week, candidates will be asked to work on data collection and go for field visits. Three to four weeks will be given to draft the report, and in the last two to three weeks, candidates will be asked to finalize the report.
Internships are short term work experiences provided to aspirants by several companies, which help students learn the nitty-gritty of their chosen career or profession. Candidates are usually selected on the basis of a test or an interview which is conducted by experts from the company, and candidates are tested on their skills and knowledge related to their niche.
While some companies do pay a basic salary in exchange of work, a lot of internships are also unpaid and certificate based. Internships not only help gain experience in office life, but it also helps people learn the basics and working style of their field, how to make connections, and develop hard and soft skills.
While usually internships are allowed for a couple of months or a fixed period of time, in some cases, internships can also lead to full time job offers as some companies first employ a candidate as an intern to test him/her. Unlike scholarships and fellowships, internships do not provide monetary discounts or benefits related to research or tuition fees to the selected candidates; internships are simply about learning, experiencing and advancing one’s skills and knowledge.
|Opening of link for registration and|
submission of applications
|February 09, 2021|
|Closing Date for submission of|
|March 05, 2021|