Internships are learning experiences for beginners. It is difficult to explain the entire memorable journey with www.BMS.co.in in just a few words.
After completing my FYBMS sem1 I didn’t want to waste my holidays. I wanted to work and learn. I looked up for many internship programmes, but nothing suited me. One fine day my friend told me about a BMS.co.in social media internship programme, and I found it interesting. It has been a very informative and an innovative learning as I got to learn and experience new things. It is always good to take up challenges so did I. I accepted all the tasks given to me as every new challenge. I was taught social media marketing for various networking sites such as – Google+, facebook, tumblr, digg, twitter, whatsapp, pinterest etc. Taking the tasks as positive challenges I worked upon them thinking it is a part of my daily routine of studies. Earlier, it took me an approximate time – 1 to 1.5 hours but slowly and gradually by daily practice the tasks became easier. The only point is that it is easy if you have interest in the field. Hard work takes a person to the most successful and satisfactory feeling. As righty said –“The fruit of hard work is always sweet.” It helped me strengthen my confidence, gave me a better understanding of today’s society and better point of view. As my internship is about to complete, I emerged as different person from other individuals doing the same BMS course.
The first month of the internship was basic learning’s. Later on after a month or so, the difficulty level of tasks given went on increasing – the learning’s were to be practically implemented. Without giving up or leavings hopes I continued working and was successful in achieving my target of having huge number of shares and clicks on Google +, facebook and whatsapp promotions of the blogs and articles. During the very same time I even travelled outstation, without taking any holidays I kept working there too (i.e. during Christmas and New Year Eve vacations). 😉 Then I was introduced to the completely new tasks of taking interviews of principals, coordinators, faculty, toppers students, and class representatives of various courses like BMS, BAF, BBI and BFM. It was a tremendous pressure to contact students from all courses but it made me more as an extrovert from an introvert.
My college coordinator Dr .Rakhi Sharma supported me a lot – she has been a great motivator, a mentor, a leader, a inspiration. She can be termed as “ a support to all her students”. Whenever I approached her for any details she was always helping me with the required details. She did not only support me in taking interviews but also permitted me for conducting a online content writing contest in the college. She also encouraged the students to participate for the contest.
Most of the contest entries are published on www.BMS.co.in whereas few entries got disqualified.
With all support of Parvathy Ma’am during the entire internship she acted as a guide, a mentor, a support system throughout. It is because of her guidance that I was consistently tagged as the first top performer of the week (for consistently 3 weeks) and was also complimented as an asset to the BMS.co.in team by Kartik Sir who is the Founder of BMS.co.in – that was the proudest and the most satisfactory moment for me till date.
By Today I have managed taking an approx of 30 contest entries (17 qualified for the contest), and 30 interviews in my name.
I would like to thank the entire team of www.BMS.co.in for their support, love and guidance in the course of 3 months internship programme.
My message to all the upcoming interns – Shine so bright that your own light becomes a spotlight! 😛
Internship Duration — 14th November, 2014 to 14th February,2015 (3 months )
You can check my internship work at: http://bms.co.in/vanita-godwani/
-VANITA M GODWANI
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