ARCHIPIDIA Summer/ Winter Internship 2011-12 for B.Arch/ B.Tech/ B.Des/ M.B.A Students

ARCHIPIDIA Summer/ Winter Internship 2011-12 for B.Arch/ B.Tech/ B.Des/ M.B.A Students

Company Overview:
ARCHIPIDIA’s network spans 6 continents with more than 50,000* dedicated and highly skilled ARCHITECTS, DESIGNERS, ENGINEERS, DEVELOPERS, BUILDERS, CONSULTANTS, PLANNERS, ANIMATORS, PHOTOGRAPHERS, ACADEMICIANS & OTHER CREATIVE FREELANCERS.

Mission:
To promote architecture and design and its values by bringing all associated professional, academic and co-curricular practices of India together, under a unified domain by sharing thoughts and innovation through a common exchange interface.

Company Type:
Architecture & Interior Design/ Real Estate & Infrastructure/ Consulting/ Creative Outsourcing Unit

What we offer?
Internship positions on offer by ARCHIPIDIA (Lifespaces & Aspire Division) at their office in Bhubaneswar.

Eligibility: B.Arch/ B.Tech/ B.Des/ M.B.A [studying U.G./ P.G.]

Experience required: Nil; but prior experience will be an added advantage

Package offered: INR 0.6-1.2 Lakhs per annum (CTC)

Responsibilities:

  • Role 1. Drawing, Detailing, Visualization, Site supervision & Survey, Preparing Reports & Presentation, Interacting with Clients and Documentation.
  • Role 2. Corporate identity, branding, animation, movie & sound editing, 2D & 3D graphics, soft modelling, publishing e.t.c.
  • Role 3. Preparing feasibility, estimate, finance, cash & revenue flow, account & inventory reports; advertisement & promotion plan. Marketing & sales activities.

How to apply?
Send your Resume and/ or Portfolio to: archipidia@indianinternship.com

ARCHIPIDIA provides fast-track opportunities for growth and is an equal opportunity employer.



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