Students Engagement as Volunteer for Assistance @ IGIA Program | Chanchal Sehrawat

Students Engagement as Volunteer for Assistance @ IGIA Program | Chanchal Sehrawat

Chanchal Sehrawat, a B.Sc. (Hons) Home Science student from Lady Irwin College, University of Delhi, who has always believed in action rather than words. She has completed 2 months internship at Delhi International Airport Ltd., achieved her goals and established herself as a doer.

Here, Chanchal is sharing her experience being a volunteer at IGIA Program. Her apprenticeship will certainly propel her ahead of the curve.

Go ahead and know what her story has to offer to aspiring youth so that you can easily find a path of self-growth. Young Influxers go ahead and upgrade yourself!!!

  • Internship: SEVA (Students Engagement as a Volunteer for Assistance) @ IGIA Program
  • Organisation: Delhi International Airport Ltd. (DIAL)
  • Location: New Delhi
  • Duration: 2 months

How did you come to know about the internship?

Via my professor

What were your responsibilities as an intern?

My responsibilities were guiding the passengers and knowing the rules about the airport.

How much time did you contribute on a daily basis?

I used to contribute 7-8 hours each day.

Share your proudest achievements and how were you able to realize them.

The proudest achievement was helping a family of 8 members with their boarding passes and I realised that when they blessed me with their wishes.

What are the top learnings, skills and values that you acquired here?

  • Punctuality
  • Office Etiquette
  • Communication Skills

Do you feel this experience is a stepping stone towards success in life? Illustrate how the experience gained will help you going forward in your career.

Yes indeed it was a stepping stone, it helped me gain insight regarding the jobs people do daily and it helped me see where I could work or in which sector.

What is your advice to those, who are aspiring the same or a similar internship?

  • Dress up properly
  • Be Smart

How can we (Friends, Family, YI Fraternity) encourage young students such as yourself to involve themselves in different opportunities?

By saying yes to provided opportunities.

Anything else would you like to say to the YI learners who’ll be reading your experience?

All the best, never stop aspiring, live each one of those.


We at Young Influx would take this opportunity to thank Chanchal for taking a leap of faith and sharing her impeccable story. We are humbled and grateful, your efforts mean a lot for the youth seeking growth and development.

And hello, dear readers, we welcome you to explore the platform with an open mind. Help yourself gain most out of the experiences and opportunities listed here.

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