All the findings from this survey show that everyone has a different experience from their placement. Not everyone is able to get the placement in the company, which is their top priority. Some are lucky to have it and others are ok with the one they got. Some students don’t set a high goal and thus try to find a placement in a medium to small company and are happy with that. One must aim high. There is no harm in trying to get the placement in a large or reputable organization. This helps students to learn more. It enhances their exposure. But if one does not succeed in achieving this goal, it is not a case to get heartless, you can always learn, wherever you find a chance. It all depends on your own abilities.
Every job nature and company has its own demands and rules. Job hours are also set according to the job nature and contract rules. It may be the demand of your role to work late hours in some days. The point is not to take it as a burden, but to enjoy the responsibilities and try to learn from the experience. According to my opinion, it has to be the experience and learning you are going to get from your placement, which has to be the top priority and salary to be the least at this point. As at the end, this is the learning, which is going to count.
Most of the organizations train their internees, but some do not have any training programs. Important is the behavior of the student, who has to learn. Asking questions about what you do not understand, makes a difference in learning. If you are ready to learn, no one can stop you from that. Do not get dishearten if you find no proper training program, ask questions and seniors would be more than happy to help you learn.