INTERNSHIP AT WE WANT CHANGE 1st Online Research Internship Program



Guidelines for the Online Research Internship Program are as follows: 

  • The Internship duration is one month (1st December 2013 to 1st January 2014)*
  • The Internship is open to all Indian Students pursuing Any Courses in the UGC Recognized University or College and People Working in Social Fields & Research Works.
  • Interns will be provided with a mentor.
  • Working Days: Monday to Saturday.
  • There will be Five Research Topics for the Internship.
  • Students are required to submit their Research Topic Preference in the Application along with a 500 word Article on the Research Topic.
  • 50 Interns will be Selected. (10 on each Research Topic)
  • Last Date to apply for the Internship is 20th Nov., 2013 and the Selected Interns will be informed by 25th November, 2013. 
  • The Candidates who will do the internship for the whole duration will be getting a duly recognized Certificate along with the Reference Letter.
  • The certificate will be provided to only those candidates who will work for complete one month and send their assignments regularly.
  • The assignments and the research work submitted must be an original and the bonafide work of the candidates; plagiarism which includes the use of third-party ideas, without written permission or proper acknowledgment will result in automatic disqualification from the Internship Program and subsequent publication. 
  • The Interns by joining  Online Internship Program at We Want Change agree to indemnify the organizers from and against all claims, suits and damages based on any claim of copyright infringement or plagiarism or any unauthorized use.
  • All assignments and research work shall be considered to be the property of the We Want Change which reserves the right of publication of the same in any book, journal or in any other manner as it may deem appropriate, without providing any royalty or compensation.

Research Topics**


1. Uniform Civil Code

2. Disuss hate crimes with respect to Prevention of Communal and Targeted Violence Bill, 2011

3. How effective POCSO Act will be in imparting justice to minors?

4. Juvenile justice: is age limit the right criteria to demarcate a person from getting proper punishment?

5. Political Reforms : Need of Hour.

 Students are supposed to Focus on Social , Economic , Political and Legal aspects on the topics. We are seeking some deep insights on the issues .


Application Procedure

Send your CV, Photograph and Research Article to

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