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Internship aims at enabling the students to get a practical exposure to the working of the industry by providing an opportunity to supplement their classroom learning with practical experience. Internships are a compulsory part of the Under Graduate and Post Graduate courses at St. Joseph’s College of Commerce as it is believed that it can facilitate the integration of theoretical learning with its application and practice in the workplace.

Following are the different types of internship that the students are expected to complete during their semester break to experience the changing cultures of a fast- paced work environment and their impact on the global economy.


  1. Corporate Internship – Corporate Internship aims at enabling the students to get a practical exposure to different functions of the industry that will help students to supplement theirClass Room Learning with practical experience. All the students pursuing their fourth semester B.Com and BBA are required to undergo a Corporate Internship for a period of four to six weeks before the commencement of the fifth semester. Each student is allotted a faculty guide/mentor for the internship. This faculty member guides the student all through the internship. After the completion of the Corporate Internship, the students submit an Internship Report which also includes the Confidential Rating given by the Organisation. After evaluation by the St. Joseph’s College of Commerce 125 guide, Corporate Internship is eligible for credits./p>

  2. Social Sector Internship – St. Joseph’s College of Commerce with its objectives of Academic Excellence, Character Formation and Social Concern aims at the holistic development of students. Students are encouraged to take up Social Internships that will help them develop sensitivity towards social issues and engage in activities that will help make the Society better. In this regard, the students of B.Com Travel and Tourism, BBA Regular and BBA Professional take up Social Internship with NGO’s, NPO’s and Charitable Institutions for a minimum period of 60 hours at the end of 2nd Semester during the Semester Break.

  3. Start-Up Internship - The BBA Entrepreneurship Program of St. Joseph’s College of Commerce has been designed with a vision to infuse experiential and high-quality education with a global focus. In lines with the objective of the Programme, the Students of 2nd Semester BBA are expected to intern in a Start- Up which is at least a year old and has a registered GSTIN Number for a period of 4 to 6 weeks during the months of April and May. This internship will enable the students to inculcate critical thinking, use cutting-edge analytical tools and problem-solving skills to understand the working of new businesses.

  4. Corporate Internship or Teaching Practice of Post – Graduate Students
    As part of the P.G program, it is mandatory for all M.Com and M.Com (IB) students to undertake an internship at the end of the 2nd semester during the summer break. The Internship has to be for a period of 6-8 weeks. The prominent organisations in which our students are pursued their Corporate Internships include Union Bank of India, Grant Thornton, The Malayalam Manorama Co. Limited, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited etc.

  5. Corporate Internship or Teaching Practice of Post – Graduate Students
    Internship Semester- As a pioneering initiative, SJCC has introduced an internship semester for the students of M.Com (Financial Analysis). The internship semester is a six months corporate internship initiative for the students during their 4th semester. This semester provides the students with the much required industry exposure and serves as a Launchpad for their career.

On - Campus Internship
EY Global organised a National Level Competition titled ‘Young Tax Professional of the Year 2018 in the month of August 2018 for the pre-final year students. The Competition had more than 3,000 students participating all over the country. Ms. Sindhuri from 2 B.Com D and Mr. Rekhil from 2 B.Com B were among the Top 20 students who were selected for the final round of the Competition. Both the students had the privilege to intern with the Tax Service Line of EY Global for a period of 3 months starting January 2019 to March 2019.

The prominent organizations that visit the College Campus for Recruiting Interns from B.Com and BBA for Corporate Internship include:

Apart from this, over 200 organisations have approached the Placement and Internship Cell of college to recruit students for internship across various fields. The Placement and Internship Cell has maintained a database of these organisations to help the students who need assistance in finding internship.