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Hi @Abhishek A
The. best experience is usually hands on.Definitely sign up for the free instance as @Trudy Claspill mentioned.
Follow the Atlassian documentation to play around and get a good understanding of the features. Then find opportunities as a student to apply that knowledge to your current student projects.
You could use Jira to track your student assignments or projects. You could use Confluence as knowledgebase to document project that you and your team have been working on. Likely, you'll be doing the same in the real world.
All the best.
There are a lot of tutorials and I have bookmarked these Use Questions for Confluence | Confluence Cloud | Atlassian Support , How is Atlassian pushing for open devops - Atlassian Community joined different groups that provide real working knowledge to assist in issues and I have learned a lot this way .Example today I learned this and needed it Tips & Tricks for using labels in Confluence - Atlassian Community .
Hope this helps