Summer Internship Segment (SIS) exposes participants to the functioning of organisations and
gives them an opportunity to apply, test, and polish the skills acquired in the classroom.
Participants develop practical skills and gain a realistic idea of the managerial functions of rural
organisations. SIS helps participants develop the key abilities that they will need on the job:
working effectively with others, thinking and acting positively, learning to manage people, and
improving written and oral communication skills. SIS would also likely to help the participants
grab pre-placement offers.