3rd October, 2021
Filled with vim and vigor, our interns brought in tonnes of positivity to Zluri. We would love to call our interns our fireballs.
With pandemic on one side and business goals on another, we looked for people with fresh ideas. That's when we found these young and chirpy lads who were interested in helping Zluri grow and, at the same time, gain some experience working with us.
Zluri welcomed 15 incredibly talented interns to work in DevOps, Marketing, and the Design team. Out of the 15, 13 were from BITS Pilani, one was from Jaypee Institutions, and the other from Chameli Devi Group of Institutions. With just a couple of months since their joining, they transformed Zluri into an all-new place with their enigmatic minds. They are playing a crucial role in helping Zluri propel beyond and above.
The seniors in Zluri shared their wisdom with the young champs and briefed them the- in and out of SaaS management, helping them ace their role in a few days. We also offered them the space to explore more and work in other departments if they wished to.
Our interns were so flexible and curious that they came out of the box to learn and gain experience in other fields of work as well. They not only learned but also gave us innovative ideas to improve and develop more.
It's already two months since they stepped in, and we could find some remarkable differences in Zluri's operations. After analyzing their performances, in the end, we would love to hire them as Zlurian to help them draw a path of success for themselves as well as Zluri.
We sent out an online survey to our interns to know a bit more about their experience in Zluri. This is what they have said.
Why Zluri? What were your initial thoughts/expectations when you chose to work with Zluri?
Siddharth: Zluri is a startup that I feel has a lot of potential and in the coming years is going to boom like anything. I expected to learn a lot from the internship and gain experience in the corporate world.
Samrath: I am a guy who loves to push his limits. Being in the 5th semester of engineering, I felt Zluri was the right place to explore and push my limits. Initially, I had doubts about whether I would be able to fit in, but the friendly environment proved me wrong.
What has been your experience like?
Aman: Zluri has some very passionate and hardworking people who were enthusiastic about teaching us the ropes.
Kushboo: I have been learning new things daily, facing new problem statements, and finding solutions to them through various sources. I am still in the learning phase in most of the things and enjoying it thoroughly. I got a basic understanding of how an organization works.
Did the internship program turn out to be as you expected? What are the gaps?
Abhik: It is better than what I expected because the role I was given is exciting and has a lot more to learn which makes it enjoyable.
Ajay: The internship turned out as per my expectations, but sometimes I would require extra help and guidance from the team members to complete tasks.
What are you looking forward to accomplishing/learning during this program?
Harshavardhan: Gaining experience in the industry is the main thing. I hope to get well versed with Web UI development and maybe help a bit in digital marketing too.
Gagan: It is my first interaction with how the corporate world works. So, I am just grasping things as I do my work and going with the flow.
Puney: I am Aiming to gain experience majorly from this internship.
Rishabh: My main aim is to learn a lot about startup culture and also to improve my skills.
How do you see this program will help you navigate through your aspirations?
Sai Rasagna: Improving and sharpening all the skills required for a product manager like task management, communication skills, critical thinking adds on a good weight for my future.
Rupesh: This internship program is helping me to gain real-world knowledge. I also wanted to improve my communication skills, so SPM meetings are really helpful as I am getting a chance daily to speak in front of so many people.
Favorite things about Zluri
Reuben.D: I keep learning many new things every day, and the team is very helpful whenever I have any doubts.
Arihant.J: The work culture and seeing how friendly and supportive everyone is.
We are having a great time working together with our fireballs, and we are hoping that Zluri gave them the best experience that will be useful to kickstart their career. We are excited for them and are looking forward to seeing them grow in their respective professions.
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