C -56 The Week That Was

  1. An internship in an online setup can be extremely challenging! You hardly even know the faces of your coworkers. The medium of communication is not as consistent as it should be. Always ensuring that your internet connection, audio device and laptop is in good shape is tricky. But having said that, it is an entirely unique experience that you must feel lucky to be a part of.
  2. Communicate as much as you can with your bosses. Amidst so much of work, they may sometimes forget to either give you work or review your work. It is your duty, then to keep them updated about your day and collect feedback at the end of the day.
  3. Due to the online mode of work, there are no as such work timings. You may have times when you do not have to work at all. And there might be times when you feel as if your entire day was consumed in work. It is essential to be firm with work timings and give yourself some me-time. Do exercise or read or do something that engages your mind and body.

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