Dear L&G

 

REGARDING SUMMMER INTERNSHIP

 

I am Puneet Jain, from Delhi, India. I have done B.sc in Electronics (Hons.) from University of Delhi, Delhi with 72.66% and M.sc in Electronics (Hons.) from Jamia Millia Islamia University, Delhi with 81.88%.

I have 1.6 Years of work experience in TATA MOTORS in CUSTOMER SUPPORT-PCBU Team.

Currently, I am pursuing M.Tech in NANOTECHNOLOGY from AMITY UNIVERSITY, NOIDA.  I  want to do 2-3 months internship (which will start from the month of end of April or beginning of May 2013), under any scientist, or any professor, or in any Industry.  I am interested in NANO-ELECTRONICS  but that is not the only choice, it's just first preference. 

Could you please tell me, or any one if interested.  Please revert me. I will then send you my CV and all.

 

Waiting for your kind reply

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