With the Britannia Summer internship program, let your career graph escalate to the height this venture by the “Biscuit King” of India is at. Britannia Co. claims to take pride in their purpose of bringing joy into millions of lives. Let’s see what joy this Cookie Castle has to offer to you as their hired intern!
Hiring Recipe for Summer Internship in 2018:
Eligibility: Graduates hired from best B schools
Stipend: The company scouts campuses for graduates that fit its expectations as Summer Interns. The shortlisted candidates are offered a Pre-Placement Interview or a Pre-placement Offer. Also, there is a Best Summer Project award for one deserving intern, along with a sizeable cash award.
Skills Required: Marketing
Location: Depends on Company
Duration: 8 weeks
Britannia selects its interns from the best B schools, Engineering Colleges, Food Technology Institutes, ICAI around the country. The company offers to work on Live Projects in their different functions.
- Short-listing of profiles happens on the basis of academic & extra-curriculum performance
- Group discussion / Case study
- Personal interview
What do you get:
After 8 weeks, project plans and recommendations are made to the company’s Management Committee and the best Summer Interns are offered a Pre-Placement Interview or a Pre-placement Offer. There is also a ‘Best Summer Project’ award that is given to one deserving intern, along with a sizeable cash award.
Management Trainee Recruitment – Management trainees are recruited either through pre-placement offers made to exceptional summer trainees or through direct campus recruitment. Britannia recruits based on actual vacancies in the organisation.
Britannia on their website proudly claims that a sharp Business Acumen, Creative Problem Solving and Relationship Building are the 3 traits that make an intern a good Britannian! Statistics reveal that the number of biscuits packs sold, if were to be stacked length wise, it would go to the moon and come back, and circle the earth 500 times!
Check this Summer internship and see for yourself if you can be a good Britannian! Also, let us know your thoughts in the comment section.