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I had done an internship that was required by my course credit fulfillment. It's a very professional atmosphere with everyone typically engaged with their own work/ department. However one can really understand what a typical life on a GET looks life in the future and its a choice one needs to make whether to pursue that or not.
My typical day starts at 9:00 AM and ends at 6 PM. Between these 9 hours I used to work on my projects given to me by my HODs. The most enjoyable part of the job is the Reliance Township where I live . Where I enjoy my life with best amenities in whole Asia since 2007.
Experience in Reliance Industries Patalganga was excellent.Office Staff in Reliance is very friendly.They taught us many things. They gave us the old server and told the installation process.They taught us how to Add, Update and Remove Patches on live server.Concepts such as SQL, Cloud Computing, Installation of Server where taught to us.They also provided us the Security Training.
As a student, I did my internship there I never expect that I am going to get some experience there. very systematic work with well-talented staff. I really like the work atmosphere there with all the facilities which don't give any stress to our life's.
I worked as an intern at Reliance industries limited based in Jamnagar (Gujarat, India).Reliance has the largest refinery in the world. I opted working in Process instrumentation and EPS (Engineering Planning and Scheduling) as it exposed me with knowledge regarding not only the machinery used and chemical processes involved for production of different byproducts of crude oil but also I understood the working of different plants and how the managing is done. Working in EPS department enabled me to understand the industrial aspects of economics of Petroleum industry. My internship involved field work at their Hydrogen plant, workshop, head analyzing laboratory and control center in J2 petroleum complex of their refinery in Jamnagar which helped me understand different aspects of process instrumentation which covered MCMS(Machine condition and monitoring system), Analyzers systems, fire and gas detection system as well as DCS(distributed control system). This exposure was important as it provided me with actual experience with concepts, processes and machinery of large-scale industry.
It was pleasant experience to work with large number of people in friendly environment. Its giant chemical industry and consume large amount of energy. Its sub-station maintenance is resourceful to learn about electrical system.