Machine Learning Work From Home Internship

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Machine Learning
Start Date
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6 Months
₹ 3,000-5,000 /month
2 May' 24
Posted 3 weeks ago

About the work from home job/internship

Selected intern's day-to-day responsibilities include:

1. Managing operational aspects of the projects
2. Preparing annual & quarterly project progress reports
3. Maintaining documentation & presentation and drafting proposals/technical reports
4. Facilitating project review meetings
5. Preparing of presentations
6. Helping with daily center operations and coordinating activities, prioritizing and delivering the task assigned
7. Developing/maintaining project deliverables under the direction of the project manager and coordinating with team members/clients
8. Staying plugged into emerging technologies/industry trends and applying them to operations/activities
9. Working on data cleaning, pre-processing, and data collection
10. Writing well-designed, testable, and efficient code by using the best software development practices
11. Handling stress and commit to work

Skill(s) required

Deep Learning Machine Learning Natural Language Processing (NLP) Python

Who can apply

Only those candidates can apply who:

1. are available for the work from home job/internship

2. can start the work from home job/internship between 18th Apr'24 and 23rd May'24

3. are available for duration of 6 months

4. have relevant skills and interests

Other requirements

1. Candidate must know Python

2. Candidate must have experience with machine learning, automatic speech recognition, TTS, etc.

3. Must be good with competitive programming


Certificate Letter of recommendation Flexible work hours

Number of openings


About IIT Bombay

The Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (IITB) is one of the fifteen higher institutes of technology in the country, set up intending to make facilities available for higher education, research, and training in various fields of science and technology. Professor Ganesh Ramakrishnan (department of CSE) and professor Ramasubramanian (department of humanities and social sciences) are attempting to significantly speed up the process of digitization of Sanskrit texts. Enabled by the OCR and post-editing related technologies developed at IIT Bombay, they are now seeking the participation of the community of Sanskrit lovers, software developers, machine learning enthusiasts, project managers, etc.
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