Summer Internship Program for B.E/ Students

CETPA Infotech a globally recognized and Northern India’s oldest & first ISO certified Engineers Training Company announces its 8th Summer Training Program for engineering students ranging for all the branches.

Technologies you can opt for your Training: Embedded System, .NET, JAVA, VLSI design (VHDL), CATIA, AutoCAD, MATLAB, Advanced Embedded System, PHP, Web Designing, Web Hosting, C & C++

CETPA Advantages:

  • CETPA is globally recognized & 8 years of technology training experience.
  • Practical learning based Training Program.
  • Good training infrastructure.
  • Learning Books & CD’s
  • Summer Training Certificate which is globally accepted.

To Apply:

To Apply for this Summer Internship send your resume at

Training Duration: 4 weeks & 6 weeks

Training Location: Greater Noida, Noida, Lucknow, Roorkee & Meerut

Training fees: Refer Website for details, Visit:

Registration deadline: Limited seats, strictly on first come first serve basis (Online registration is already started on

Accommodation: Assitance in securing a place will be provided – please ensure you inform us that you will need accommodation.

(235+ different Engineering colleges students participated in our summer training program 2009)

For More details on Summer Training details like fees, registration, course structure and others please contact:

Contact: 0120-64564074, 9212172692, 9258017974, 9219602769

2 Responses to “Summer Internship Program for B.E/ Students”

  1. Amit Kumar says:

    I need to know the eligibility criteria for this internship.

  2. Sushree sushmeta says:

    I am going to finish my 2nd year now, so as m going to be a 3rd year student m I able 2 do this internship…And What is the eligibility criteria….???

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