My Internship Experience 

23 May 2023 03:22 PM Comment(s) By Harshad

About Me:

My name is Harshad SS, and I am a final year undergraduate Electrical and Electronics Engineering student at Sri Sivasubramania Nadar College of Engineering, Chennai. I have recently completed a one-month internship program at Abhyaz, as an Electrical Engineering intern.

Accomplishments during My Internship:

 During my internship, I have completed two outcomes and for each of them, I documented my theoretical knowledge through knowledge capture, provided a detailed step-by-step procedure for accomplishing the task through skill capture, and explained the software tools used through tool capture. 

This internship opportunity allowed me to gain experience on working with open-source software that were new to me. Upon the completion of each module, I submitted my work to my mentors for their reviews and feedback. I have also reviewed and accessed the work completed by my peers.

I have participated in Star Intern contest conducted for the month of April. I have utilized that opportunity to present a project on Smart Helmets. In my presentation, I showcased the innovative features and functionality of these helmets, emphasizing their potential to enhance safety and provide additional capabilities for the users.

Software Tools used:

1.Arduino IDE:

Arduino IDE (Integrated Development Environment) is a software platform commonly used for programming and developing applications for Arduino microcontrollers. With Arduino IDE, developers can write code in C/C++ programming languages, take advantage of a vast library of pre-built functions, and easily upload their code to Arduino boards for execution. I have used Arduino IDE to generate a code for varying the width of the pulse generated.


Tinkercad is an online platform that provides a user-friendly environment for creating and simulating virtual prototypes. With Tinkercad, users can design and simulate 3D models, create circuits using a virtual breadboard, and even simulate the behaviour of electronic components. I utilized Tinkercad to simulate the Arduino code I created.

Image of Arduino connected with DSO in Tinker-cad.

3.Jubin’s 8085 Simulator:

Jubin's 8085 Simulator is a software tool designed to emulate the functionality of the 8085 microprocessor. It provides a virtual environment where users can write and execute assembly language programs, simulate the operation of the 8085 microprocessor, and observe the outcomes.

4. PSpice:

PSpice is a powerful software tool widely used in the field of electrical engineering for simulating and analyzing electrical circuits. It provides a comprehensive environment for designing, testing, and verifying circuit behavior before physically implementing them. For simulating and analyzing my electrical circuit I have made use of Pspice.

Internship Insights:

During my internship, I had the opportunity to not only acquire technical skills but also to hone my communication skills through frequent presentations. As a result, I was able to boost my self-confidence and learn the importance of time management.


I extend my heartfelt gratitude to my mentors and senior interns for their invaluable guidance and support, which played a significant role in the successful completion of my tasks. They also gave me valuable feedback to improve and refine my work. Best Wishes to New Interns.

                                                              Thank You


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