Anmol Razdan and Sankalp Sardana selected for an internship programme in Germany
Prabhjeet Singh Sandhu, Chandigarh, May 8 : “We worked hard on our projects and now we got paid for that” say the two students of UIET campus, Panjab University, Chandigarh who are all set to receive training in the world’s most reputed research institutes.
Anmol Razdan and Sankalp Sardana, the two third year students of computers science engineering have been selected for an internship programme in Germany by Max Planck Institute. The two students have been selected out of 800 applicants from India. Both of the students The students will be receving the highest stipend a student has ever achieved during an training programme.
Sankalp is a student of B.E Computer Science Engineering whereas Anmol is a B.E Computer Science Engineering and MBA Finance student in the UIET campus, Panjab University. Among the two Sankalp will be working as a collaborative assistant with 61 scientists in the company for developing a tool kit for Bayes Theoram at Munich, Germany whereas Anmol will be functioning on the theoretical aspects with the engineers on several different projects at Geneva, Germany.
Renu Vig the director, UIET said that both of the students will get a chance to work on the projects which would b e coming after about 10 years, so it is a proud moment for the institute since the two students are going to work and learn the best from the world class computer lab.
“The institute is the oldest research centre in the world which is the birth place of many physics related developments, so it is a proud moment for me and my parents to achive this level” says Anmol, who is doing his integrated course of BE (CSE) and MBA at PU.
We are the first one to get selected from our university for such a major programme so it’s a great exposure for me to learn from the place where the best scientist have worked and generated some exceptional things”, says Sankalp. My guide in the research project will be Mr. Fredrick, director of the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Germany.
Apart from excellence in studies the students are also master in other activities as Anmol is an international Chess player whereas Sankalp has been topping in many other talent search examinations.