Web Development, Software Tester, Data Scientist – See IT Best Practices

Internships are no longer optional for students, but essential to acquire relevant skills and prepare for work. Rapid technological advancements in the IT sector with the emergence of new technologies have increased the demand for skilled and talented IT professionals. There are great opportunities for students interested in the information and technology (IT) sector. Employers are also looking for interns who are passionate about technology and understand its nuances.

Here are some of the top IT profiles for which recruiters are hiring interns:

web development

Web development is one of the most sought-after careers. Web developers create and maintain websites; different developers contribute to different stages of web development. There are three types of web developers: front-end, back-end and full stack. There is something for everyone, from a design enthusiast to programming experts.

To get hired as a web development intern, you will need to possess skills based on the employer’s requirements, such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP, among others. As a web development intern, you will learn how to optimize the speed and efficiency of a website by developing applications, managing servers and managing databases. Finally, a full-stack developer will know the front-end and back-end development to build a complete website.

It’s also a well-paying job, as demand for the role will continue to rise. Like any other role, a web developer’s salary varies by position, experience, and location. On an average, web developers can earn between Rs 3.5 lakh and Rs 8.63 lakh.

Development of mobile applications

About two-thirds of the world’s population use mobile devices for almost everything in their lives, and the heavy reliance has led to an increase in the need for mobile app developers. As someone interested in mobile apps, many startups offer great learning opportunities.

The salary of mobile app developers in India starts from Rs 1.8 lakh and goes up to Rs 12.3 lakh, with an average annual salary of Rs 5 lakh.

Product management

A product manager is responsible for creating a user-friendly product. The job profile involves managing and improving existing products as well as launching new products. Product managers are responsible for everything from ideation and development to product launch. Good communication skills are required to be able to interact with different departments such as design, engineering and business. As an aspiring product manager, you need to learn vital skills such as time management, collaboration, user testing, product research, data analysis and documentation.

In India, product managers can earn between 6.0 lakh and 35.0 lakh, with an average annual salary of 16.3 lakh.

Software testing

The job of a software testing professional is to ensure that a program meets requirements and produces the desired results, which involves identifying software bugs. For this career, you need good analytical and communication skills, time management and knowledge of database management, SQL and test management tools. As a software tester, you will need to create test cases, run test cases, report and retest bugs.

A software tester in India earns between 1.6 lakh to 8.0 lakh with an average annual salary of 3.8 lakh.

data science

Data Science is an umbrella term for everything related to data, such as data analysis, machine learning, data mining, big data, etc. It involves using data to extract insights and trends to create an intelligent system, predictive models, prototypes, algorithms, etc. As a data scientist, you need to know programming languages ‚Äč‚Äčlike Python, Java and R, along with having skills related to MS Excel, statistics, etc.

The salary of a data scientist in India ranges from 4.5 lakh to 25.3 lakh, with an average annual salary of 10.5 lakh.

(The author is founder and CEO of Internshala)

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