Physics Wallah Internship

Physics Wallah Internship; Rs. 15000 / month: Apply By 1st December

Physics Wallah is inviting applications for an internship opportunity as a Field Marketing Intern for the year 2023. Here is everything that you need to know about this Physics Wallah Internship!

About Physics Wallah

Mr. Alakh Pandey founded Physics Wallah, an Indian online education technology startup, as a YouTube channel in 2014. The company is headquartered in Delhi. We are the first firm working to create an accessible online learning environment for Indian students who want to attend IITs and AIIMS but cannot afford the current online or offline education providers.

We offer e-learning through lectures for JEE Mains and Advanced level, NEET, and board exams through our YouTube channel and Physics Wallah app/website. We are the top-viewed instructional YouTube channel in India.

Roles & Responsibilities

  1. Focus on offline marketing and have a proven track record of generating leads
  2. Increase outreach by bringing on freelancers to the team without putting too much pressure on the core group.
  3. Provide affordable solutions that fit the budget; 4. Engage event participants actively to create leads
  4. Use promotional materials strategically to maximize outreach
  5. Effectively oversee canopies and kiosks to preserve a favorable brand image
  6. Work together as a team to develop and put into practice creative lead-generation strategies.
  7. Having effective communication skills is a requirement.
  8. It is required to own a bike or scooter
  9. Have a foundational understanding of business principles




The Physics Wallah internship will be for a period of 3 months.


Stipend: Rs.15,000 / month

Certificate & Letter of Recommendation

Deadline to Apply

The last date of applying for this internship is 1st December, 2023.

How To Apply For This Internship?

To apply for the internship, click here.

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