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MyCaptain – Learn What You Love

Learn what you love!

This is what we stand for, to help young individuals pursue their field of interest. While we also ensure that learning is not just accessible but also extremely fun.

We do not believe in the conventional rat race of education, which overlooks the unique abilities of a person. And everyone is judged by the age old merit system where mere numbers decide who you should be. MyCaptain is an E-learning award winning platform where you get access to courses and live sessions in 35+ fields.

We have highly experienced, young Industry Professionals who mentor students from across the country and help them take the first step in their field of passion.

In the last 5 years, with 150+ Captains we have impacted over 1 Lakh students in fields like cinematography, web development, creative writing, finance, psychology, ethical hacking and the list goes on.

MyCaptain PowerTalks

In order to make learning more accessible, we conduct completely free Live Sessions – MyCaptain PowerTalks. These are one hour long free live sessions where we have exceptional Guest Speakers, like Vir Das, Meghna Rao, Raghav Meattle, Tanmay Bhat, Jay Oza, Karan Singh, Poornima Mishra and many more who share their journeys with mentees and help them get a better understanding of their respective fields.

Attendees get an opportunity to put forward their queries and even personally interact and get advice from the speakers. Through these sessions we aim to spark interest and awareness about various non conventional career choices. We try to dissect the work, the opportunities, the struggle related to each of these fields.

MyCaptain PowerTalks has sessions on myriad topics. Some of these are highly technical, some very entertaining, some creativity driven. Whatever be the topic of discussion, our goal remains constant: to empower individuals and help them make informed career choices.

Mohammed Zeeshan, Co-founder & CEO, MyCaptain believes, “In a country like ours where most of us depend on our parents for career choices, it has been difficult for students to explore the vast opportunities available to them. At MyCaptain, we want every student to experience their field of passion and get mentored the right way, before opting for a career. In pursuit of this objective, we have launched ‘Power Talks’ that will offer students real access to the best in the industry that will help them make the right career decisions. These sessions are for free and are focused on tangible actionable output.”

Here’s a glimpse into some of our favourite anecdotes from our latest sessions!

“Not every opinion you get will be genuine, not every opinion you will get will be in your best interest….develop solid relationships with people where the status aspect does not come” – Tanmay Bhat

“One opportunity you will get, and you will know it, then you have to kick it out of the park, and that is with you work. Do it’s not always what you do, it’s how you do” – Jay Oza

” Be yourself, be liked on stage, and be hard on yourself ” – Vir Das

“You need to walk with an open mind, apply for internships in all companies and all brands that inspire you. It is an hit and miss thing but always keep applying” – Poornima Sharma

MyCaptain PowerTalks hopes to provide 2000+ Free Live Sessions in the near future. We are working towards expanding the number of sessions, the guest hosts, the topic of discussion to cater to all needs.

Register now and be a part of this growing community! In order to know more about the sessions happening this month, click here!



Worried about your child’s career? Know how to help them

Despite the hardships brought on by the pandemic, nearly 4 Crore students gave their class 12th board examinations this year. And with the global economy in chaos, one question echoes everyone’s mind.

Which career is good for the future?

At the mere age of 17 or 18, students are expected to make a decision that charts out the course of their entire life and career. As such, it is imperative that they have the guidance of those who know more and have seen more, that is, their parents.

This is why, in this particular blog, we hope to enlighten and inform the parents about the different career options that a student can take despite the uncertain times. Along with a few tips on how to choose the one meant for them.



Without exploring all the options available, it’s not possible to make an informed decision. As 12th class students, the children have already narrowed down on one stream of their choice be it humanities, commerce or technology. But there are several higher education options within each. Additionally, there are some fields that one can follow irrespective of their high school stream.

It is imperative that you know which courses a student can pursue depending on the stream they chose in class 12th.

We have listed a few specific to a stream and some that are open to all.


Engineering and Tech Space:

People entering these fields are usually those who have taken up the Science stream. Within this, there are many forms of engineering, from Computer Sciences to IT and mechanical to aerospace to mining and chemical. The specific field here should be chosen according to your child’s interest and capabilities.


Biology-dependent fields

The criteria might differ a little from college to college but in general the following career options are open to students who took Science with biology in 12th. These include but is not limited to Medical, Nursing, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Pharmacology, Agriculture, B.Sc. etc.


Business and Commerce Industry

There are some college courses that are the go-to option for students who took Commerce in 12th. These include CA, B. Com., accounting, finance etc. But the commerce field is way larger than just these. With the boom in start-up culture, subdivision of the field like Marketing and Finance has emerged as specializations. So, if your child has a creative flair or a knack for numbers, these are newer and more in-demand areas for them!


Creative and Visual Industry

The best thing about creative industry is that it does not care what stream you took in high school. It welcomes all with open arms. And the career prospects in this is so vast, it’s difficult to wrap it up with just a few examples.

Within the creative industry you have a literary field through which your child can become a writer, blogger or content developer.

Pursuing visual arts will give them an opportunity to become a photographer, cinematographer, designer, illustrator and more. All of which are in demand fields. 

Other humanities subjects like psychology and sociology have now become an integral part of nearly every industry.

As parents, you know your child and their interest and strength the best. It is essential to explore all available options before you choose the one best suited for them.



Short term internships are one of the best ways to truly understand what working in a particular industry truly feels like. Being a writer and getting paid for what you write might sound like a dream prospect for any aspiring author. But the realities of working in the field are apparent only after writing content after content, trying to meet deadlines and matching client expectations all at the same time.

Hence, it is advisable not to cross a threshold you can’t turn back from in the career selection journey until you have interned in that field.



If an internship is not possible or available, the next best thing to do is to talk to someone in the field. A young achiever of a field will lay down the best and the worst of the field for you. It will be a review stripped clean of any misconception, rumour or unrealistic expectation about the industry. They will tell you the true grind it will take to make your mark and establish your career.

So, if you know someone in the field you want your child to take up, it is important that you have a heart to heart with them.



As young professionals, we at MyCaptain understand the importance of this one decision that you and your child will make. The decision of their career and consequently, of their life.

To ensure your choice is the best one possible, we have specially curated an all-access passport to our 36 workshops across 4 domains. This is to help you and your child explore the different fields and shortlist some. Further on, they can avail the internship opportunity that comes with these workshops to experience the industry from the inside.

And in the end, these workshops will be taken by young achievers of the industry who will be able to tell you and your children all that you wish to and need to know about making a career in the specific field.


Reasons to learn Ethical Hacking

Ethical hacking has been attracting many eyes recently and for good reasons. There are many advantages of ethical hacking as a career – an immense amount of opportunities and growth scope as well as the mystery surrounding the word “hacking” is intriguing, to say the least. 

In addition to the above, there are many more reasons to learn ethical hacking but before we dive into them.

Let’s have an introduction to ethical hacking

Well, you might know that hacking is illegal. Ethical hacking is simply hacking but without any malicious intentions like stealing or deleting data. 

Ethical hacking involves using the methods of hacking to penetrate into a system, find security vulnerabilities, and report them back to the authorities so that they can be improved upon. 

While both ethical and unethical hacking is done by hackers, ethical hackers typically operate with proper authorization as well as to protect the system rather than exploiting it.


Importance of ethical hacking

If you ever get the chance to learn cybersecurity, you will understand the importance of ethical hackers in this digital world. 

Cybersecurity is a specialization in the field of ethical hacking and refers to protecting the security of a system against hacking. 

Hackers are experts in programming languages and know how to play around the security of software with just their fingertips. Moreover, the growth of the digital world has made it important to protect ourselves from not just the physical but also the cyber threats

Just take a good look around.

Every device surrounding you is a potential target for a hacker. They can extract sensitive information, spread certain agendas as well as blackmail for ransom.

Ethical hackers play a huge role in protecting your data from hackers that try to attack you in cyberspace. They are also vital in protecting valuable data of businesses and organizations. 

Now let us take a look at the advantages of ethical hacking


Advantages of ethical hacking

If anyone takes time and learn ethical hacking, they can enjoy some of the advantages associated with it. 

Develop a hacker’s mindset

As mentioned before, ethical hacking is basically hacking just legally. As a result, to learn ethical hacking one would have to learn how to hack. 

Consequently, one ends up developing the mindset of a hacker. This is important as it helps you stay calm even while you are under attack. 

As Sun Tzu once said, “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles.”

Meaning that if you are trying to make a relating field to ethical hacking as a career, like IT fields, learning ethical hacking can really prove to be helpful. 

Career scope in ethical hacking

It is estimates that India currently requires 77,000 Ethical Hackers but is creating only 15,000 per year. Moreover, a recent study conducted by the Bureau of labor statistics shows that there are around 300,000 job opportunities for ethical hackers. 

Information is one of the, if not, the most valuable assets of any organization. As a result, they pay specialists who can protect this information really well. 

How much you ask?

With the right amount of qualification and experience, an ethical hacker can earn up to an average of INR 15 lakhs per annum!

Moreover, you can be sure that if you took the extra step like learn cybersecurity and become an expert in that, you will be paid much more. 

Ethical hacking as a career equals many benefits

Apart from the incredible salary and job opportunities, there are other job advantages of ethical hacking:

1. Not so boring job 

Ethical hacking as a career may seem like spending hours upon hours sitting behind a computer and inputting codes. But the reality is much different. 

The old threats evolve into new ones with unknown nature or intent. Black hat hackers constantly try to penetrate through your security, making you brainstorm frequently in the hopes of stopping them. 

A typical job day of an ethical hacker is filled with cyber-thrill. Despite being a technical field, ethical hacking as a career requires a lot of creativity. 


2. Global recognition

To become an expert in ethical hacking, you will need to gain a CEH certification. This certification holds incredible value in the realm of ethical hacking. 

Moreover, it is a globally recognized certification that requires you to learn the various technical and practical skills such as footprinting, scanning, hacking into a network, and much more. 

Once you start to learn ethical hacking and set out to become a certified ethical hacker, not only will you possess skills valuable to the top organizations but also a qualification that is recognized by the world. 


3. Get to travel frequently

The number of cyber-threats far outweighs the number of ethical hackers produced every year. However bad this new maybe, it grants one of the biggest advantages of ethical hacking to those who learn it.

The opportunity to travel… a lot!!! 

Big organizations might call for your help and sponsor all your travel expenses. Pursuing ethical hacking as a career and becoming an expert in it comes with the chance of getting a lifetime travel-pass. 

4. Work for the biggest companies

Whether you believe it or not, but one of the fastest ways to work for companies like Google, Facebook, and even Netflix. 

Due to the lack of professionals, ethical hackers are always high in demand. A simple Google search of “Facebook Jobs” or any other fortune 500 companies is sufficient to know that they are always in a lookout for a highly-skilled hacker. 


Increasing your value as an employee

If you are a professional in the field of IT then an amazing way to increase your value as well as increase your salary is to learn ethical hacking.

Understanding a hacker’s mindset and the techniques that might have been used can save a lot of money for your organization. As a result, it makes you a more valuable asset. One that knows how to do his/her job as well as protect the system against smaller attacks. 

The ones who work more than they are paid for will always be earning more than those who don’t

In addition to all of the above, you also have the ability to not get bounded by a particular industry. Due to literally every organization needing an ethical hacker, you will have the freedom to work in any industry. 


From working for Netflix to working for a major fashion brand such as Nike, an ethical hacker is needed by all of them. 


How to Earn Money as a College Student

Firstly, pat yourself on the back. You are looking for ways to earn money as a college student in your free time instead of wasting it. 

Being able to earn while you are still in college gives a certain sense of independence. No more asking for money from your parents for every little thing. Being able to buy things which you need on your own and pay your own bills. 

Now, there are many ways to earn money as a college student, both online and offline. But know this that none of the things listed below can make you super-rich, at least not in the beginning. 

Additionally, earning money will require you to dedicate time and efforts and you will have to manage your college work at the same time. 

So buckle up and get ready to put in some work… 

After all, you don’t enjoy the victories for which you didn’t have to work hard. 



Student Blogging to earn money while in college


Things you can do to earn money as a college student:


The first in our list is the one about which you probably knew already. But did you know that blogging actually has a lot of money earning potential?

Here’s how it works, 

First, you need to create a blogging website, otherwise known as a blog. Don’t worry, you don’t need to learn any programming languages

Platforms like WordPress, Wix, and Bluehost make your job easy. 

Secondly, you choose various topics you think people will be interested to read about. The topics can be anything from tech to the cinema or from sports to writing about art

We suggest you write on topics that are a balance between what your audience wants and what you are interested to write about. 

If you are interested, your readers will probably be interested as well. 

However, you’ll need to cross the learning of blogging as well as learn how content writing works

Finally, here are a few ways you can earn money from your blog or monetize it:


Freelancing to earn money while in college



Here’s another amazing way to earn money as a college student without a lot of initial investment. It’s also a profession that is gaining a lot of popularity recently. 

Freelancing is another term for being self-employed and offering services to the ones in need of it. Think of it this way, as a freelancer you are a business owner and your business is basically offering your services. You offer them on a contract basis rather than a typical employment basis.  


As a freelancer, you can offer these services:


If you can offer a service that you think a company or an individual will be benefiting from, you can get paid for doing so. 

But you will need to create a portfolio to land your first client. You can either choose to create a portfolio website or use platforms like Behance if you are a designer. 

As mentioned, freelancers are self-employed individuals. As a result, you’ll have to find your own clients which can be difficult in the beginning. Start by leveraging people that you know and that can use your services. 


 Start a Youtube Channel to earn money


Starting a YouTube channel

A fun and amazing way to showcase your talents, gain fame and at the same time have the potential to earn a lot of money, is by starting a channel of YouTube

First, start by creating a YouTube channel and uploading videos you wish to. These videos can be about you traveling in your city or anywhere else, reviewing a new phone, or even as simple as the gameplay of a video game. 

Anything you can think of or would like to upload a video about, you can. Just ensure that you are following the YouTube guidelines. 

Secondly, start marketing your videos among your friends and family. Also, ask them to share them and promote your channel. 

Finally, once your channel has over 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours of watch time within 12-months, you can start monetizing your videos. 

YouTube, however, is something which people seem to be thinking like a hack to become famous and wealthy quickly. But that isn’t the reality. You will have to put in the effort and make videos that are of value to your audience. 

Additionally, you’ll have to be patient. So we suggest thinking of YouTube as more of a long term gig rather than a get-rich-quick-scheme.


Teach Other Students as a mode to earn money while in college


Become a tutor

You can become a student who earns money by helping other students learn. Tutoring is pretty simple. You teach and spread knowledge on the subjects you are informed about, for which you get paid. 

Apart from teaching knowledge, you also have the ability to teach some principles and skills to your students. 

Live the Jedi life

There are two ways you can earn money from tutoring:

  1. You can start tutoring online
  2. Or you can gather students in your locality and start tutoring them. 

You can tutor people regarding any and everything. From mathematics to graphic designing, just explore your expertise and spread knowledge.


Start flipping

Here comes Gary Vaynerchuck’s favorite thing to do in the world

Flipping is something which you’ll fall in love with if you’ve even the tiniest of entrepreneurial flair. It refers to buying things online or in your locality and then selling them for a profit margin. 

You can look on websites like OLX and eBay to find things that you feel like can earn you a profit. You might also need to refurbish them a bit to make them sellable. 

There’s a huge potential in flipping and you can start off with as little as you have. However, to become successful in flipping you need to have proper knowledge before investing in any item. 

Research a bit so that you can have a better judgment of what to put your money on and which things to leave alone.


Start Flipping to earn money while in college


Online websites

There’s a whole array of websites or online platforms that you can use to offer your services. These websites can also be used to kickstart your freelancing career and gain some initial clients. 

However, these platforms can also give you some consistent work while taking a small portion of your earnings. 

Some of the online websites where you can offer services include:

  • Fiverr – you can offer to do anything including coaching people to play games
  • Upwork – offers a wide variety of professional opportunities
  • Squadhelp – get paid to give businesses names and design their logo
  • ProBlogger – mainly writing gigs

Most of these websites are free to join but might require you to pass a few tests.

Find part-time jobs/internships

Part-time jobs and internships are the best way you can earn money as a college student as well as gain skills and valuable experience. 

Look for them on websites like Internshala, Frapp, and Letsintern

We suggest you look for internships/ part-time jobs which you will love and at the same time learn valuable things. 

How to do that? 

By ensuring that you are prepared, having your resume ready, and being confident in the interview


How to get internship while in college


PTC and survey sites

PTC Sites and survey sites pay for things like completing surveys, clicking on ads, referring, etc. They are one of the easiest ways to make a quick buck and are mostly free to join. 

PTC sites earn money by advertising the company’s products and you get paid for clicking on them. 

Companies on the other hand also require data and so they hire survey sites to do so. You get paid for finishing surveys by answering simple questions. 

However, both PTC and survey sites don’t pay a lot, just enough to keep going. 

Some of the best Paid to Click (PTC) Sites

Here are some of the best survey sites

Be careful of not sharing your sensitive information to any of the PTC or survey sites. 

Become a delivery guy/ partner

On average, a food/ package delivery guy earns around INR 12,000 per month and a cab driver earns about INR 20,000 per month. 

Companies like Uber, Ola, Zomato, Swiggy, Amazon, and Flipkart are always in need of new people to either deliver a package or pick and drop people. 

There are some requirements for you to work for them: 

  • Bike or Car
  • Driving License
  • PAN Card & Bank Account
  • AADHAR Card for Proof

Search websites like Indeed to look for jobs as a delivery boy. 


Student Entrepreneur


Start your own start-up

One of the best ways and our favorite way to earn money while being in college is to start your own startup. 

Why work for someone else when you can work for yourself. 

But starting up and building a profitable business isn’t exactly an easy task. You’ll need to go through a lot of things like developing a business plan, finding co-founders, and identifying a problem that needs to be solved as well as even market your business

You will have to learn how to become an entrepreneur and make necessary decisions. Entrepreneurial lifestyle can be one of the most rewarding things but only if you are willing to put in the efforts.


kickstart your entrepreneurial journey

Difference between Psychologist and Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist

The brain is proven to be the most complex part of the human body. It is responsible for the production of our every thought, action, memory, feeling, and experience of the world.

“The human brain has 100 billion neurons, each neuron connected to 10,000 other neurons. Sitting on your shoulders is the most complicated object in the known universe,” said theoretical physicist Michio Kaku.

But it stops working during an exam.

Nonetheless, it comes with no surprises that the specialists working for the positive health of this jelly-like mass tissue have some differences in their professions. 

To know the difference between psychology and psychiatry and psychotherapy, we need to answer:

As a result, you will also get to understand the difference between psychologist and psychiatrist and psychotherapist. 

Let’s get started.



What is Psychology?

How does a person think? How do they act, react, and interact? Psychology is all about these things and more. 

The easiest way to define psychology is that it is the scientific study of mind and behavior. It is a discipline that has multiple aspects to it as well as includes many sub-fields of study. Areas such as human development, sports, health, clinical, social behavior, and cognitive processes come under psychology.

Psychology has four main goals: 

  1. Describe: The first goal of psychology is to describe a behavior or cognition
  2. Explain: Once a behavior has been described, the next goal is to explain the reason behind it
  3. Predict: After studying the behavior, psychology also aims to predict future behaviors 
  4. Change: The final goal of psychology is to control or change the behavior for the better

If you are fascinated by the study of human behavior then a career in psychology might be something you should look into.


What is Psychiatry?

Psychiatry is where you mix being a psychologist and being a doctor. No, you don’t have to buy a stethoscope or perform surgeries.

Although it would fun to watch someone use a stethoscope on someone’s forehead. 

Psychiatry is the practice of treating mental illness by diagnosing a person suffering from them. Psychiatrists are medical doctors that help people suffering from mental illness including drug or substance use disorders. 

They not only help overcome the mental but also the physical aspects related to psychological problems.

The major difference between psychology and psychiatry is that the latter treat patients by prescribing medicines and the former uses scientific studies.


What is Psychotherapy?

Did you know that there are methods in psychology that can be used to change a person’s behavior for the better?

Talk about having power

Psychotherapy is the use of psychological methods based on regular-personal interactions to help a person suffering from various issues. These issues can be stress, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, negative behavior patterns, debilitating feelings, and various other mental conditions.

A psychotherapist works together with the patient over a long period of time to identify and change the thoughts and behaviors that aren’t doing any good for him/her. 

But you might ask how does it work? 

Based on the patient, there are many different approaches in Psychotherapy: 

  • cognitive behavioral therapies
  • psychoanalytic therapies
  • psychodynamic therapies
  • systemic and family psychotherapy
  • arts and play therapies
  • humanistic and integrative psychotherapies
  • Hypno-psychotherapy
  • experiential constructivist therapies

Psychotherapy is a specialization of psychology and so to become a psychotherapist, you need to know how to become a psychologist first.



How to Become a Psychologist

To have a career in Psychology, you should take the following steps:

1: Prefer passing your 10+2 with psychology as one of the subjects

2: Gain a bachelor’s, either a BA or BS in psychology.

3: Specialise at the postgraduate level. Look to get an M.A. or M.Sc. and choose from either Psychology, Social Work, or Counselling. 

4: You can even opt-in to earn a further specialization at the doctoral level (Ph.D. or M.Phil)

5: In addition to the above steps, you can should also consider getting licensed. To get licensed, you’ll either need to study in an RCI recognized college (Rehabilitation Council of India) or apply to RCI after completion of appropriate educational qualification. 

Students passed from non-RCI recognized Indian universities are not entitled to practice as clinical psychologists. They will have to complete a two-year M.Phil program from an RCI recognized university or a foreign university. 

Moreover, students from foreign universities will also have to pass an examination formulated by RCI. 

How to Become a Psychiatrist

As mentioned before, psychiatrists deal with medicines. This results in psychiatry being a specialization within a psychologist’s postgraduate degree (Doctor of Medicine, MD)

You can either pursue to gain an M.D. (Doctor of Medicine) in psychiatry after your MBBS or after your graduation or post-graduation in psychology. 

Moreover, you also have the option to become a psychiatrist by completing a Diploma in Psychiatric Medicine (DPM) from a recognized educational institute. 

How to Become a Psychotherapist

To become a psychotherapist, you’ll first have to choose a career in psychology as well as become a graduate or post-graduate in psychology. 

You will then need to specialize by studying clinical counseling or industrial counseling. You can do so either by gaining a diploma or a degree. 



How should I choose what to pursue?

Now that you clearly know the difference between psychology and psychiatry and psychotherapy, it is time to answer what’s best for you. 

Is it a career in psychology? Perhaps psychiatry will be a good career choice or maybe psychotherapy. 

We believe that you need only to understand the difference between psychologist and psychiatrist and choose between these two. Because if you choose a career in psychology, becoming a psychotherapist is just a few steps away.  

Are you someone who is fascinated by human behavior? Are you someone who loves helping his/her friends suffering from mental issues? 

If the answer to the above and similar questions is yes then psychology might be the career you’ll enjoy thoroughly. 

Psychologists start at an average of INR 30,000 per month and then easily increase their income with some experience

On the contrary, would you like to help people overcome behavioral issues? Also, are you someone who has an educational history or fascination in medical? 

If these are the yes’ you got then becoming a psychiatrist is something you should look into. 

Psychiatrists can earn an average of INR 4 lakhs per annum at the start of their career

And as for becoming a psychotherapist goes, you first need to become a practitioner of psychology. You can then decide whether you want to specialize further in the field. 

Due to psychotherapy still being an emerging career in India, there isn’t enough data available to justify a practitioner’s average salary. 

But according to Indeed, a psychotherapist earns an average of INR 17,000 per month. However, keep in mind that these statistics are based on only 13 salaries. 

We have already answered how to become a psychologist/psychiatrist/psychotherapist, its time for you to decide one and take the leap towards your bright future.


What is Footprinting in Ethical Hacking?

If you ever wondered about how to become an ethical hacker then you need to first understand what is Footprinting in ethical hacking.

Think of footprinting as looking for information in each and every place possible. By definition, footprinting is the process of gathering as much information as possible about the target system. It is performed to find ways to penetrate the system.

But footprinting is something that you cannot understand without proper introduction to ethical hacking. So here it is.

Ethical hacking is the process of finding vulnerabilities in the security of a system and then reporting them to the authorities so that they can be improved upon. 

While ethical hacking is technically hacking, ethical hackers aren’t exactly doing anything illegal. Instead, they help organizations tremendously and for this reason, they are paid well too

So if you are thinking about taking up courses or want to learn ethical hacking online, there has never been a better time to do both.


Ethical hacking course


Importance of footprinting

Footprinting in ethical hacking is very important as it is the first phase of ethical or unethical hacking. If the hacker does not gather enough information about the system, he/she wouldn’t know enough about it. As a result, the hacker would have no clue about what type of vulnerabilities can be found and what would be a suitable attack to perform.  

In other words, no matter if the hacker knows all the programming languages and is incredibly skilful, without footprinting he/she would be in the dark while implementing those skills in an attack.

Footprinting helps with the following things:

  • Understand security posture : The data gathered will help you understand the posture of the security better. For example, you’ll have details regarding the firewall as well as security configurations. 
  • Identify weaknesses : Footprinting can help you identify vulnerabilities, potential threats as well as the loopholes present in the system. 
  • Reduces attacks : Once the vulnerabilities are identified, it can help prevent any future threats.  
  • Laying the foundation for an attack : The data collected can help find the weak spots and launch attacks. 
  • Draw a network map : Footprinting can also help recognise the network of the target system and identify topology, trusted routers, presence of server and other information.



What is footprinting


Objectives of Footprinting

Now that you have gotten an introduction to ethical hacking and know the importance of footprinting in ethical hacking, it is time to know about the objectives of footprinting.

Because without knowing the objectives of each step in hacking, you would always be a few steps short to become an ethical hacker

There are three main objectives of footprinting.

1. Collecting Network information

This includes:

  • Domain name 
  • Internal domain names 
  • IP addresses of the reachable systems 
  • Rogue websites/private websites within the domain 
  • Access Control Mechanisms 
  • Protocols used 
  • Existing VPNs 
  • Analog and digital telephone numbers 
  • Authentication mechanisms and system enumeration

2. Collecting System Information

This includes:

  • Users and group names
  • System banners
  • Routing tables 
  • Routing protocols it is using 
  • SNMP information 
  • System architecture 
  • Operating system used 
  • Remote system type 
  • Usernames and passwords

3. Collecting Organisations’ Information

This includes: 

  • Employee details
  • Organisation’s website
  • Company directory
  • Local details
  • Address and phone numbers
  • Comments in HTML Source code within an organisation’s website
  • Security policies implemented
  • Web server links relevant to the organisation
  • News articles and press release


Types of footprinting

There are two types of footprinting:

  1. Active : Refers to gathering information by directly getting in touch with the target. Active footprints can be created by sending phishing emails as well as user consciously sharing his/her data.
  2. Passive : Contrary to the above is passive footprinting. It is done without the hacker directly getting in touch with the target system. This can be achieved by something as simple as reading information on the internet. 

What is footprinting



How to Footprint in Ethical Hacking?

Knowing the how-to and what-to of footprinting in ethical hacking can really help you better understand how to become an ethical hacker and actually become one.

So how do you perform footprinting

Let us take a look at some of the sources and tools used for footprinting.


Information sources

These are some of the sources which you can use to gather information regarding a target system: 

  1. Company’s website : The websites are intended to tell the customers about the organisation but hackers can use them to gain a lot of information. They contain e-mail addresses, employee names, branch office locations as well as technologies the organisation uses.
  2. Social Media : You can easily get to know about someone because people today tend to post everything about them on social media platforms. 
  3. : Here’s a website that shows the history or older versions of all the other websites. You can use the Wayback machine, a built-in free to use tool to collect information that once existed on the website.
  4. Job postings : Companies can sometimes provide confidential data on job posting websites like Indeed and MonsterIndia. Hackers can leverage this information to plan their attack.
  5. Google hacking : As you may know, Google contains a tremendous amount of data. But did you know that Google has the ability to do some powerful searches as well. You can collect sensitive information by using Google’s built-in functions.  

Some of the common commands are “intitle,” “inurlt,” “allinurl,” and “filetype.” You can even use the Google Hacking Database (GHDB) like Exploit DB, and Hackers Online Club


  • Whois : One of the most renowned and common tools that can be used for website footprinting. Using Whois, you can gather information like the domain name, email-id as well as domain owner’s details. 
  • NeoTrace : Can gather path information between you and the remote site as well as the information on each node. 
  • Harvester : This is a tool that can help you extract information like email addresses as well as the subdomains of a target.
  • Metagoofil : This is a tool that makes it easy to gather the information that the company already made public
  • Netifera :Yet another website footprinting tool that can be used to collect information like IP address, the Programming language used in the development, the number of websites hosted, DNS. 

In addition to the above, some other footprinting that you can use include Nslookup, Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA), Regional Institute Registries (RIRs), and Traceroute.


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What is Cybersecurity? Introduction to Cybersecurity

What is cybersecurity?

Is it something to be concerned about?

Is there cyber warfare going on in the world?

These questions are enough to intrigue anyone to learn cybersecurity.

Here’s an introduction to cybersecurity,

Cybersecurity or information technology security refers to the practice of protecting systems, networks, and programs from digital threats. 

It is the cybersecurity expert’s job to ensure that a hacker doesn’t gain unauthorized access to the system or information. These computer network security threats are typically aimed at accessing, changing, as well as destroying sensitive information. 

Consequently, the attackers can ask for money or disrupt the process of a business

If you wish to learn cybersecurity, starting by getting an introduction to ethical hacking might not be a bad idea.  However, today we will be focusing on the topic of cybersecurity.


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Categories of Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is a term that can be applied with context to many things. From the business world to the realm of mobile computing. Common categories in Cybersecurity are:

  • Network security – the practice of securing a computer network.
  • Application security –  focuses on keeping software and/or devices safe from any and all threats. The design and development stages are when the security of software begins. 
  • Information security – this refers to protecting the integrity as well as the privacy of data in both storage and transit.
  • Operational security – the process of handling and protecting data assets.
  • Disaster recovery and business continuity – Disaster recovery refers to how an organisation recovers after an attack. Similarly, business continuity is the plan which the organisation follows under an attack. For this purpose, this plan explains how to operate functionally with certain resources being blocked. 
  • End-user education – this refers to teaching security practices to the users. These practices involve deleting unrecognised emails, using only secured USB drives, and so on.


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Tools used in Cybersecurity

A professional needs his tools, especially the one responsible for security. 

Tools play an important role in ethical hacking as well as in cybersecurity. Tools make the life of a cybersecurity expert easier. For example, you can use Metaspoilt to find vulnerabilities that can help you maintain the computer network security

You simply can’t learn cybersecurity without learning its tools. Similarly, you’ll need to learn the various programming languages to operate these tools efficiently. 

Here are the tools without which the introduction to cybersecurity will be left incomplete:


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Importance of Cybersecurity

Ever thought about how much data various organisations store? 

Companies like Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and Facebook have been estimated to store around 1.2 million terabytes of data.

Scientists have also come up with a little number – 295 exabytes or 295 billion gigabytes. That’s how much data can be stored in the world. 

This data is extremely valuable to everyone including organisations and individuals.  

Cybersecurity plays a huge role in the protection of all that data. It is also important to keep sensitive information such as financial or personal information safe.

A breach in cybersecurity can result in many things including identity theft, extortion attempts, loss of valuable data, and much more. 

Some of the top world-officials have cautioned that cyber-attacks are amongst the top threat to the world.

This begs the question, are cybersecurity experts in need? 

The answer: Absolutely

Cybersecurity experts are responsible to protect and prevent cyberattacks. Consequently, almost every organization today needs an ethical hacker or a cybersecurity expert.

In case you are thinking about making a career choice, there has never been a better time to learn cybersecurity or becoming a white hat hacker


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Types of threats to Cybersecurity

So how exactly they carry out these cyberattacks? Likewise, what are the various type of threats we face in the cyber-space?


Phishing involves sending fraudulent emails that look completely legitimate. The email redirects the user to a website where information like credit card numbers and login information can be stolen. 


Malware is a software that is designed to gain access and control over a system. The attacker can then use this access to cause damage to the system or to steal, manipulate, and even delete data. 

There are many types of malware that an attacker can use including viruses, trojans, spyware, ransomware, adware, and botnets. 

SQL Injection

An SQL (structured language query) injection refers to inserting an SQL statement in a data-driven application. Attackers can then exploit the vulnerabilities to insert malicious code in the database of the application. 

This then grants them access to sensitive information stored in the databases. 

Man-in-the-middle attack

This refers to the attacker intercepting the communication between two individuals to steal data. 

Denial-of-service (DDoS) attack

The attacker overwhelms the networks and servers with traffic. As a result, the computer system gets prevented from fulfilling requests. Hence, it can leave the system unusable, keeping the organisation from functioning efficiently. 

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Tips to protect yourself against cyberattacks

A great tip to keep in mind is to acknowledge that hackers can hack you. For this reason, you need to be proactive regarding your cybersecurity. In addition, taking the necessary steps can, in fact, keep you from harm’s way

You can’t “CTRL+ Z” everything

You can try keeping these tips in mind:

  • Update your software and operating system
  • Use anti-virus software
  • Use strong passwords and similarly, set up different passwords everywhere
  • Do not login or use credentials on other devices. Stick to your own devices
  • Avoid opening email attachments from senders unknown to you
  • Keep a lock on your devices and similarly lock them every time you walk away from them
  • Hackers love to trap using links, so think before clicking.
  • Avoid using unsecured WiFi networks in public places.
  • Back up your data




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How to Get an Internship While in College?

Want to know how to secure an internship while in college? Do you also wish to do an internship at a cool company? 

Remember that one lucky friend who had a blast during the summer internship? 

Internships are an amazing way to learn new skills, gain valuable experience, and is an amazing step towards securing your career. Believe it or not, internships are more important than your grades.

This blog breaks down the process of getting an internship to the absolute ground! 

An internship while in college is a skill-based position offered by a company for a limited period of time. The company hires people for about 1-6 months and give them a small amount of work.

Now you might wonder why would companies need interns when they already have so many people in their company? 

Let’s find out.


Interview for Internship


Why do companies need interns? 

Big corporations recruit thousands of students every year as well as train them to put them on projects. An intern is given two types of training:

  • General training, and 
  • Project-specific training 

General training happens once the recruits join the office. This training usually goes on for about 3-4 months. 

The company then puts people in different project groups. For this reason, the interns get project-specific training for another 1-2 months. 

The recruits blend in as well as get accustomed to the work culture due to training. This results in smoother work experience for both the intern and the company. 

To reduce the hassle while recruiting candidates, employers would prefer candidates who have already interned at their company or a similar company. This results in the recruiters being able to filter out people who have absolutely no idea about the kind of work and skills required for that job. 

On the contrary, startups recruit part-time interns and freelance interns. Startups speed things up and get things done quickly by hiring students who want to do internships while in college .


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Different types of internships 

Internships can be broadly classified into two types: 

Skill based internships

  • Based on soft skills
  • Based on hard skills. 

Soft skills are the skills that will help you work with other people. You usually learn them through your social interactions and life experiences. The more you interact, the better you get at them. The better you get at them, the more you increase your chances of getting a full-time offer.

So make it a priority to learn them.

Besides, you don’t have to allocate 1-2 months just to learn these soft skills. 

Sales, marketing and business development internships are the ones that primarily require soft skills. These skills include persuasion, being a team player, negotiation, and good communication skills.

Moreover, knowing different languages can also turn out to be a great benefit. 

Hard skills are more technical in nature. Therefore, you cannot acquire them in a day or two. 

Few in-demand hard skills include graphic designing, content writing, programming in several languages, digital marketing, website/app development, etc. 

To show the company that you actually possess these hard skills, you’ll need to do personal projects and put them up online and on your resume. 

For example, graphic designers make their portfolio online on a platform like Behance. Consequently, this showcases the designer’s skill set to the recruiter as well as saves a lot of hassle.


Work from home vs in-house internships

Similarly, these internships are also differentiated as work from home or in-house.

During work from home internship, you will be guided typically through video chats. Moreover, a team leader will coordinate with you by giving you a timeline for the internship  

Work from home internship offers many designers and content writers a chance to begin. 

Campus ambassador programs also fall under work from home internships and they’re longer in duration. 

As a campus ambassador, you will be the point of contact between your company and your college. You’ll typically organise events or conduct other Marketing, Business Development or sales related Operations on a weekly basis. 

With the addition of having to work from an office space, in-house internships offer everything mentioned above

Being in the office environment has its own perks. It makes you more productive, gets you acquainted with the work culture as well as helps you build your network. 

Let’s say that you join as an intern at an IT firm. 

Not only will you get to learn from practical work but also valuable things like:

  • How projects are delivered, 
  • How the software is deployed, 
  • And how the flow of work is monitored and managed.



How to get an internship? 

Its time to address the real question… 

How do you get an internship while in college?

The task of securing an internship is half done if you have a good resume. Once you’ve made a kickass resume, it’s time to find internships suitable to you and your skillset. And then finally, start applying

You can easily find internships by simply searching websites like Letsintern, Frapp, Internshala and Intern Theory

If you don’t yet have the required skill set for the internship, don’t worry. You can always take some time and learn by taking up courses

Likewise, you can take a general internship at the same company you wish to work for and learn from that. 

For example, if you are pursuing mechanical engineering, lookup organisations that produce goods or have some kind of a service center. Get in touch with them and ask them for in-plant training. You can even send them an email requesting the same.


Do not forget about certificates but don’t keep them in mind

Certificates are important, no doubt. They are the only proof of the work you’ve done in that company! 

But that doesn’t mean you go for an internship just for the sake of getting a certificate. Go for internships for the experience, set of skills and the network you could build. 

The general internships will usually be unpaid but you’ll get good exposure and build more contacts. 

Now we know that unpaid internships aren’t exactly motivating. Also, you wouldn’t be wrong by saying that a lot of companies violate certain ethics in the name of “exposure.”

But when you are just starting out, not to mention probably having zero work experience, you can easily afford a few short term unpaid internships.

Moreover, having the attitude to learn over the focus to earn can benefit you a lot in the beginning.


A simple tip 

Some unethical companies also try to make a fool out of students in the name of pyramid schemes and multi-level marketing strategies. 

The image of the man claiming to make you a millionaire via chained marketing just popped in your head

Don’t fall for these internships just for the sake of certificates or money. If you’ve heard of companies like Amway and Ebiz, they used to run on some really shady strategies to acquire more customers. 

They got into trouble for it. 

If you have a particular company in mind where you want to intern at, say Zomato. You could simply send them a mail directly or tweet them or even dm them on Instagram. 

Moreover, you could also get in touch with the employees of that company. LinkedIn can help you find them. Once you do, ask them for an internship in the department you are interested in. 

If you work hard during your internship while in college, you could also get a pre-placement offer. If the people at your company like you and your work, chances are they’ll hire you for a similar position. 

Finally, the more you go out and talk to people about getting an internship, the better your chances are of landing one. 

Keep calm and keep trying. You’ll get the right internship while in college this semester!


Difference Between Hacking and Ethical Hacking

Shh… do you hear that? You don’t need to listen closely to hear the buzz around the world of coding. Everyone wants to know how to become an ethical hacker as well as about the geniuses known as ethical hackers. But what makes Ethical hacking different from hacking? How is Ethical hacking not illegal like hacking?

Not to mention the people asking about ethical hacking as a career (straight to the money talk huh?) 

But one simply cannot do a proper introduction to ethical hacking without telling the difference between hacking and ethical hacking.

So what is the difference and is there even a difference? 

Short answer: Technically yes

Long answer: Let’s start by understanding the basics of both 



difference between hacking and ethical hacking




What is Hacking?

Hacking isn’t typically related to hijacking Google with just a press of a button. There’s way more to it than that meets the eye. 

Hacking is related to the legal or illegal practice of breaking into a system and access the data stored in them. Hacking is performed by experts and professionals known as hackers. 

Hackers are firstly highly trained in programming languages. Secondly, they possess knowledge about the concepts of hacking. And finally, they are experts in finding the vulnerabilities in a system. They especially look for the mistakes left unchecked while developing

Hackers use these loopholes to disrupt the security framework of a system and gain access.



Introduction to Ethical Hacking

If there was only one sentence for introduction to ethical hacking, it would be:

“Ethical hacking is hacking but completely legal”


Ethical hacking is conducted by hackers as well but without any malicious intent. Furthermore, it is usually performed with the consent of the authorities. So technically, ethical hackers are hackers just without the goal relating to spying on someone’s browsing history.   

One of the major job roles of an ethical hacker is to break into a system’s security software, report the vulnerabilities and improve the security. This results in the prevention of any possible security threats to the system in the future. 

Also known as white hat hackers, ethical hackers are responsible to defend the system against unethical hackers or black hat hackers.



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Why is ethical hacking legal?

The major difference is the intent behind each. It is also the major reason behind the former typically considered illegal and the latter as legal. 

The reason why ethical hacking is considered legal is that it is done to improve the security of a system. The logic behind it being, if a white hat hacker can hack into a system then even a black hat can. 

This makes almost every organisation hire ethical hackers. As a result, it makes ethical hacking as a career an amazing choice. 


Common methods used in hacking

If you wish to become an ethical hacker, you need to know the three most common hacking techniques: 

  • Phishing : Refers to gaining passwords of emails or websites to gain unauthorized access. First, the hacker sends a “phishing” email to people. Then the hacker cleverly asks the user to log in using their mail ID which redirects them to a made-up website. 
  • Botnets : Botnets refer to hackers setting up robots to do their dirty work. 
  • Keyloggers : This new technique involves connecting a device to the motherboard port. It can be used for stealing information typed on the keyboard. 



Why are ethical hackers important?



The above video taken at the AIBC Summit will help you understand the importance of ethical hackers. Not only are they required in the financial industries but also in Artificial Intelligence, gaming, block chain, and many more.

As per the research conducted by Microsoft, an average company loses about $3.8 million. Moreover, cybercrime has the potential to cost global communities a whopping $500 billion!

In addition to the above statement, the digital world has been on a rise. As a result, more and more devices surround us. Each of those devices is a potential target for black hat hackers. 

A good look around you is enough to know about the importance of ethical hacking. And whether or not you wish to become an ethical hacker

Ethical hackers also play a vital in maintaining the security of an organisation in the cyber-space. They detect and prevent breaches that can leak valuable information like financials. They are even responsible for protection against security threats.

For this reason, ethical hackers have a lot of importance in today’s world.


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Types of black hat hackers

By now you know that black hat hackers are the pirates sailing in the world of codes. But there are many types of black hat hackers that you should be aware of.

  • Phreakers : Hackers who go after telephone networks. 
  • Crackers : Experts who use software patches to remove the security wall/s of software.
  • Carders : Pirates that goes directly after the treasure by attacking electronic cards like ATM and credit cards to gain the user’s information.
  • Script Kiddies : These are the hackers that hack simply for fun. They mainly use software programs that make the whole hacking process super simple.


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Black hat hackers vs white hat hackers

Finally, let us now take a look at the objectives of a black hat and a white hat hacker. This will help you better understand the difference between hacking and ethical hacking.


Black Hat Hacker

  • Stealing information that is valuable to a user
  • Gain benefits through transactions and accounts
  • gaining access to free music and videos 
  • Free download hacking software (talk about irony)
  • Steal classified and valuable information from government, organisations, etc
  • Get access to restricted networking spaces


White Hat Hacker

  • Improving the security and the framework of a system.
  • Develop various security software for an organisation.
  • Constantly check and update the security of software.
  • Develop complex languages like Linux and JavaScript.
  • Create suggestions for security upgrades.
  • Compile penetration test reports for the client.



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The Ultimate Guide to Landing your Dream Job

“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.”

— Confucius

Everyone has been in a place where they are either looking for a job or have ended up working in a place out of necessity. Most people don’t have job satisfaction nor are they satisfied by their pay.  

The difference between working at a job and at your dream job can be the difference between eating food that fills your stomach and eating food that soothes your taste buds. 

It can be difficult to land your dream job but taking a step back and understanding what it takes to land your dream job can massively simplify this hectic process.

So let us divide this entire process in three phases, to help you land your dream job!

Steps to Land your Dream Job

Phase One : Understand What You Want 

You never just embark on a treasure hunt, without having a clear picture of what is it that you are looking for. Similarly, for you to be able to land your dream job, the most basic thing to start with is to understand what you actually want to do.

For instance, you start by asking yourself the following questions:

– Which job role makes you or will make you feel happy?

– What is the one thing you love doing and won’t get tired of?

– What do you think you can achieve despite of different challenges or obstacles that may come along the way?

To give yourself a head start, you can think about the things that you liked as a kid. You can include all your hobbies in it as well.

Additionally, if you currently have a job, analyse how much do you like your position, and if you could see yourself in a different position what would it be?


1. Narrow Down Your List

You need to start with narrowing down your choices, so that you can be sure that you are headed in the correct direction.

Here are a couple of things that can help you out :

a. Make a list of everything you are interested. Make sure to add all the positions and job roles that you can imagine yourself working towards.

b. Once you have the list ready with you, it is time to take a look at the pros and cons of each of these positions. This is also the right time to do a quick Google search to understand the positions and their requirements better.

c. When you are making the lists, you will notice that there would be a couple of positions you really won’t enjoy much after you read about them in detail. It is the perfect time to chuck them off the list. This is help you focus on things that you will really enjoy and love working on.




2. Identify Your Current Skills

One of the major advantages that you can have while applying for your dream job are the skills you posses. And once you have a list of the skills you hone, it will also help you identify what skills you need to build up on.

Start by looking at your previous work experiences. If you are still in college, then recall any and all voluntary work that you did, what clubs are you a part of, and what are the topics that you have extensive knowledge about. 

Again, making a list of these skill sets will help you keep track of things and make things easier. 


Phase 2 : Start mining the required skills

The first step was to know yourself better. The next is all about knowing your dream job better. 

Getting to know your dream job better will help you set goals and better understand the steps you’ll need to take to land your dream job.


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3. Understand your dream job’s requirements

What are the educational requirements for landing your dream job? What kind of skill sets are they looking for? What are the roles and responsibilities associated with it? 

You can find the answers to these and various other questions by simply looking up your dream job online. Most companies post an ad over various job platforms such as Indeed. They even post about the job openings along with all the job details on their website. 

This is where the list you made of your current skill set will also help you out. You can simply compare the two lists (yours and the one on the job posting online) and start focusing on gathering the skills that you don’t have.

Depending on what you find, you can talk to a career advisor or a counsellor to understand what to do. Additionally, you can also network with people that have similar job experiences. 


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4. Educate yourself 

This will vary from industry to industry. If you wish to enter the tech industry then you will have to ensure that the degree you are pursuing helps you in gaining the necessary tech knowledge. Or you might have to take up extra courses alongside with your degree to help you build up those skills.

In other cases, getting a masters in the field, irrespective of what your undergraduate degree is might help. Sometimes, just taking up multiple internships and certificate courses can also help out.

Identify where you want to be and accordingly figure out how to learn more about the industry. You will find numerous resources online which can help you out. Keep on searching.


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5. Get practical experience 

While doing your research and building your network is helpful, it is equally important to get your hands dirty by gaining some actual experience in the field.

Start looking for opportunities that will help you gain the required work experience while also giving you a proper insight of how that particular industry actually works. It can help you confirm your decision about pursuing your career and give you a better sense of a typical job day. 

You can start by doing these:

  • Look for mentors, teachers and other professionals in the field you are interested in. First, identify them and then approach them with the attitude of learning new skills. Work for them for free initially if you have to, the crucial thing here is to build on your experience and learn the important skills.

You can also find these mentors by taking up internships under the supervisor of the job role that you are aspiring for

  • Take on internships in related job fields. 
  • Do some voluntary work and focus on learning from them. 



Phase 3 : Hit the bullseye

The final step is to go after your dream job and hit the bullseye. This is where you take all the experiences that you’ve gathered and utilise them to start living your dream. 

But if we talk realistically, your dream job is probably at a higher position and you mostly won’t be landing it right away. 

So starting small and working your way up is probably a good idea.



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6. Undertake internships in the same company 

Start monitoring the company that you want to work for and constantly look for an internship opportunity. The advantage of starting at a small position is that you can easily make time to learn and improve from your seniors. 

You can land an internship in various ways including: 

  • Actively looking for internships and job openings at the company’s website. 
  • Networking with people that are currently working at the company using websites like LinkedIn. 
  • Use the network that you built before, someone might be able to help you out. 

Once you successfully land an internship, you can keep looking for ways to turn your internship into a full time or a part-time job. You can ask your seniors for any possible openings too. 

Also, focus on giving more than your best every day. Working harder than you are getting paid for is always appreciated and will increase the chances of you getting hired for your dream job position.  

Lastly, if the company you want to work for does not have any openings, then look for internships and job openings with your desired job in other companies. 

You can always build your resume and hit the bullseye once you see an opening.


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7. Let your resume speak for you

Working on your resume and updating it is something that you have to do on a regular basis. 

Focus on customising your resume and include everything that resonates with your dream job. Tailor your resume by adding the education requirements for your dream job and including all the work experience that showcases the skill sets required.

During the job interview, make sure to show enthusiasm, confidence, passion, and a drive to learn. More often or not, employers look for passion within employees. 

Some employers believe that they can teach you the necessary skills as long as you have the drive, and the passion to learn them. 

How to make a resume?

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