Online internship with and LAWLIBERO Advocates and Consultants, Mumbai.

Internship Details

This internship is offered by and LAWLIBERO Advocates and Consultants, Mumbai. and LAWLIBERO Advocates and Consultants, Mumbai. are inviting applications for a short Internship program by which Law students can utilize this time and could learn some extra practical aspects of law with us. With, you will learn how to research and write articles, case comments, while team Lawlibero will provide you the real drafting works from their office.

We are looking for Enthusiastic writers, readers, creative students from across India, who love writing and have a keen interest in the Practical field of Law.

Required Qualifications:

  • BALLB/BBA LLB degree pursuing or equivalent experience.
  • Proficiency in grammar and AP style.
  • Experience in an environment that requires fast and accurate editing.
  • A passion for the goal of a world where everyone has a decent place to live.
  • Interest in knowing Scope and Nature of Law.
  • English Language Fluency and confident.
  • A laptop with an active internet connection.
  • Confident
  • Gmail Account
  • Familiarity with social media tools and techniques.

What Perks you will get?

  • Certificate of Internship/Recommendation letter at the end of tenure.
  • Offline internship opportunity with LAWLIBERO
  • Get a Discount on the activities of Indian Legal Solution.
  • Get Published on and make the fraternity feel your presence by your words.
  • Four Interns will be provided with an opportunity to work as a student editor in our National and International Journal respectively.
  • The next five Interns will be given an opportunity to publish one of their Research Paper in our National Journal with ISSN.


Email us your C.V with cover letter and a sample writeup by you specifying the subject for ‘Internship’, to

Internship Duration

Starting from 15th of October, 2020

Mode: Online

Contact: +91 7903775870 (WhatsApp only)

Call for Freshwater Research Intern at WWF in the USA

Country: USA


Apply for the Freshwater Research Intern at WWF in the USA. World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Freshwater Research Intern to undertake an assessment of basin health report cards in order to review and compile basin health indicators and associated methods for data analysis.


Minimum Requirements

  • Required at least 20 hours per week
  • Excellent technical research and analytic skills, with statistical analysis skills, preferred
  • Also, working towards or completed a degree in water quality, watershed management, freshwater ecology or related field
  • Additionally, the ability to write and communicate well in English
  • Attention to detail
  • Also, organized and self-motivated


Virtual internship with hours aligned with Washington, DC time zone


Unpaid. Applicants must enroll in school and be able to obtain academic course credit from their university.


The intern will assess the 300+ indicators that have been used and are being used in basin health report cards over the last twenty years. Additionally, they will categorize these indicators into major categories and determine groups of broadly similar indicators under each category.

Also, they will then catalog the methods for analyzing each indicator, including documentation of minimum data requirements and information on thresholds. Furthermore, the results of the assessment will be compiled in a summary report that includes guidance on methods for processing and analyzing common groups of indicators.


Please submit a resume & cover letter through the Careers page.

Visit the official page for more information.


Deadline03 August,2020
Open toAll Nationalities

Online Internship Opportunity: Research Fellow @ ISLR, Project on Climate Change & Climate Refugees: Apply by Feb 20


This short term project seeks to critically analyse the issue of “climate refugees” and the issues that are incidental to the climate change, in general, coercing people to leave their homes.

ISLR is looking for 5 research fellows for a period of 2 months. The research fellows will be required to research on specified areas of law. Results of the research work will be published. Due credit will be given to all the research fellows. 


  1. Students pursuing law. (LLB)
  2. Postgraduate students and research scholars can also apply.
  3. This is open to Indians and foreign nationals.


Stipend: Rs. 1000 (upon the successful completion of the work assigned).

Internship Certificate: After successful completion


Interested students are requested to e-mail their:

  • Updated CV
  • Statement of Purpose (500 words max.)
  • Published or Unpublished research paper


To and CC the same to with the subject Application for the post of Research Fellow.


For related query

Please reach out to Abhishek Jain. or write to

Mobile Number: 8076218908 (WhatsApp only)

For full details , please visit here


Call for Papers: Law Mantra Online International Journal, Volume 3, Issue 7,8: Submit before 20th January,2016

The Law Mantra Online Journal (ISSN: 2394-7829) is Monthly Double Blind Peer Review Academic Journal, published online, that seeks to provide an interactive forum for the publication of articles in the field of Law and Governance. The Journal is currently soliciting submissions for Volume 3, Issue 7, 8. The submission deadline for Volume 3, Issue 7, 8 is 20th January, 2016. We welcome submissions from academicians, practitioners, students, researchers and experts from within the legal community. We have a strong preference for articles that assert and defend a well-reasoned position.

Law Mantra Journal is a online Journal runs under guidance of the Chief patron of Hon. Justice K.N Saikia, Former Judge Supreme Court of India, Dr. Hon. Justice Malimath, Former Chief Justice Karnataka and Kerala High Court, Prof. (Dr.) M.P.Singh, Chancellor Central University, Haryana, Prof. (Dr.) Gurjeet Singh, Founder Vice-Chancellor N.L.U.J.A Assam, Prof. (Dr.) Faizan Mustaffa, V.C NALSAR Hyderabad, Prof. Shamnad Basheer and other luminaries from the legal fraternity.

It is aimed at institutionalizing and channelling the analytical and incisive articles of students towards value addition and developing inherent potentials of legal fraternity.

Call for Papers:

Law Mantra Online Monthly Journal (ISSN: 2321-6417) is a monthly double blind peer reviewed journal. We look forward for submissions from members of the Bar, Bench and the academia. Submissions can be in the form of long articles, short articles, case comments, legislative notes and book reviews.

Deadline: The last date for submission of papers is 20th January, 2016

Nature of Contributions:

1. Articles: An article must conduct a complete analysis of the area of law, which the author seeks to highlight. It must contain a comprehensive study of the existing law, indicating the lacunae therein, and must contain an attempt to suggest possible changes which can address the said lacunae. An article should be between 4,000-5,000 words.

2. Essays: An essay is more adventurous as it challenges challenging existing paradigms/norms and provides a fresh outlook to common problems. It is strongly recommended that essays be considerably more concise than articles, in terms of scope and conceptualization. An essay is thus advised to be between 3,000-5,000 words.

3. Notes: A note is a relatively concise form of an argument advanced by the author. The focus of a note should be on a relatively new debate or controversy regarding the interpretation or implementation in the law. Notes shall primarily highlight contemporary issues, which need to be addressed, and the authors are expected to offer a solution. The maximum word limit for a manuscript in the form of note is 2,500 words.

4. Comments: A comment is where the author may decide to critique any recent/landmark judicial pronouncement or any recent legislation or bill before the Parliament or State Legislature. The word limit for a comment is 2,500 words.

Submission Guidelines:

1. Word Limit: As has already been indicated, the maximum word limit for articles and essays is 5,000 words (exclusive of footnotes) whereas that for notes and comments is 2,500 words (exclusive of footnotes).

2. Citation Format: The citation format to be used is The Bluebook (19th ed.). In keeping with the same, speaking footnotes are discouraged.

3. Abstract: Every submission should be accompanied by an abstract of not more than 350 words describing the relevant conclusions drawn in the manuscript. Please note that there is no requirement of prior submission of abstract as the selection of the paper for publication shall be on the full manuscript. The abstract shall serve merely to help the Editorial Board in its review process.

4. Biographical Information of Authors: A separate document with biographical information of the authors must also be attached including the following details: Name, E mail address, Postal Address, Name and Address of Institution, Course (if applicable), Academic Year.

Plagiarism Guidelines:

As per the Law Mantra Online Journal Policy on Academic Misconduct, “plagiarism” means failure to acknowledge ideas or phrases from another source. Such source is not limited to published text. Acknowledgement of others’ work is expected even if the source was a discussion (whether oral or written) with another person, or use of materials on the internet.

1. Multiple submissions are not allowed: “Multiple Submission” means submitting the same, or largely the same, piece of work in more than one journal or competition, without written permission from the instructors involved and or recycling of any part of a previously written piece of work whether or not published without appropriate reference to their your own prior work. Prior permission shall be required if the recycled work forms more than 5% of the new work.

2. Misrepresenting work: Misrepresenting work prepared by another as one’s own means submitting work that has been prepared by someone else (whether for payment or not) as one’s own work. This would include instances where excessive help is taken from another person such that the assessment objective and intention of the assignment/ exercise is frustrated.

Note: It is assumed that work submitted is represented as being authored by the person on whose behalf it is submitted. Falsification of Work Product is falsifying, concocting or misrepresenting of data, statistics, or other observations/ information.


All submissions should be made electronically at The last date for submission of manuscripts is 20 January, 2016.

To download Copy Right Form Click HERE

For More Details

Researching Reality Internship @CCS

Researching Reality Internship is for college students and researchers who wish to apply social and economic principles to real-life problems through in-depth research projects. It provides interns with valuable training in areas of research, analysis, writing, and above all critical thinking. Interns study various agencies, boards, corporations, departments, schemes and programs of the state governments and Municipal Corporations; evaluating existing systems to recommend sustainable and long-term policy improvements in the functioning of government structures. The objective of the internship is to further citizens’ understanding of the workings of the government and encourage greater independent fact-based qualitative and quantitative research so that the next time citizens demand better governance, they can back their claims.

The internship is open during a summer and also a non-summer period. 


1. To create an understanding of the impact of public policy on citizens
2. To develop the ability to understand and critically evaluate public policy from a rational perspective.
3. To create an awareness of liberal approach to public policy.
4. To develop research orientation through:
a. intellectual openness (pre-conceived bias, openness, willingness to contest beliefs);
b. resourcefulness and perseverance (ingenuity, primary and secondary analysis ); and
c. soundness of data (verifying authenticity of data sources).
5. To develop communication skills (writing and presentation).
6. To develop analytical skills.
7. To produce pieces of quality research and writing on issues pertaining to areas of interest to CCS.

Pedagogy & Structure

We emphasise collective learning and therefore this vibrant learning experience happens through creative and multiple mediums which include:

  • Orientation: A comprehensive orientation is conducted for interns to better understand the nature and scope of the research expected.
  • Assignments: Interns choose their research topics from a larger roster of prepared by CCS that are of mutual interest to interns and CCS. 
  • Research guides: Individual guides in the area of the intern’s research project meets the intern on a weekly or fortnightly basis to discuss progress and provide inputs. However, an in-house internship coordinator is available for assistance to all interns throughout the program period.
  • Interactions: Department heads and senior staff members of CCS provide necessary guidance in their thematic areas.
  • Workshops: On writing, research methodology, and public policy are conducted to equip interns with skills necessary to execute their respective projects.
  • Documentary screenings: To bring to light critical public policy issues through the ever-growing medium of films.
  • Discussions: Each week of the internship interns explore seminal papers in social science and public policy or participate in talks by experts.
  • Field visits: To experience ground reality and decide on how a problem can be studied and solved.


Research Guide
Research guides are professionals who act as subject matter mentors to interns. They meet periodically to share ideas, skills, experience and expertise with their respective interns. Guides assess the feasibility of research projects, review progress of the project, oversee mid-term and final presentations and research papers and assist interns to get their articles/op-eds published or presented in various media/public forums.

Summer Internship

Researching Reality summer internship is a fulltime internship that spans a course of two-months between May and July. The summer internship is open to up to 25 interns and five externs (located in various cities outside Delhi), under the guidance of an internship coordinator, to work on individual research projects and participate in a series of workshops on research, public policy, and liberal philosophy.  The program nurtures collective learning and individual discovery, culminating in working papers on thematic issues, each providing policy recommendations for efficient and accountable government functioning. Some of these papers and articles go on to be published in academic journals and leading newspapers. CCS does not require internship papers to be in line with any political philosophy, we require research papers to be scientific in spirit and content. The program is also an opportunity to interact with fellow interns, young thinkers from diverse fields representing various colleges within and outside India.

Interns will be expected to commit full-time during weekdays during the course of the internship and whatever time is needed to complete their field visits and other assignments.  

Application Process:

Eligibility: Application is open for all researchers, college going students, graduate and post graduate, recent graduates, and IB students in 11th and 12th standard. International as well as domestic applications are welcome.

Registration Fee: There is no fee for participating in the Researching Reality Internship, however, interns must make their own living arrangements and must cover their own travel and living expenses. 

Application Form: Applications closed!

Dates to watch:

  • Application Deadline: Thursday, 30 April 2015
  • First list announcement: Monday, 04 May 2015
  • Interviews: Saturday-Sunday, 9-10 May 2015
  • Final list announcement: Monday, 11 May 2015
  • Internship dates: 5 June – 17 July 2015

For more info contact Sadaf Hussain | | +91 99531 33868.


RESEARCH INTERNSHIP (PAID) AT TEAMRESEARCH – India’s first professionally managed platform for lawyers and law students is drafting a Report on Law Schools in India. It would require 40-50 law students for collecting background information for the Report.

The duration of the assignment would be a week to ten days and if a student would like to contribute more, he/she can be engaged for a longer duration. Competitive remuneration will be paid to the selected students.

If you are interested, kindly drop an email with your college name, phone number and email id to and someone from TeamResearch will contact you soon.

Anubhooti Internship Program

Anubhooti – After successful completion of 5 editions, since its inception in 2012 summer, this social internship programme of Think India has become a mode for the students to meet, interact, work & learn from the individuals and organizations working at the grass root level of our society.

Almost all the internee felt that the founders, volunteers of these organisations are a rare breed, synonym to the word “Sewa” – selfless service to the needy without any expectations. The feedback from the organisations show that the internees are in regular touch with the organisation even after the internship period and in a few cases the project / work undertaken by the internees has been useful in analysing and expanding the organisations work.

Gratified by the positiveness from both sides the organisers of Anubhooti, the Think India forum pleased to launch Anubhooti 6.0 – The Social Internship Programme, for the students of All India Premier Institutions. This project of Think India in association with some pioneering Social Organisations, aims to bring synergies among students of top-most institutes of India and crusaders working for a social change.


Registration Form:

Think India – A pan India initiative to bring together the best talents of the country and to infuse in them a ‘Nation First’ attitude, aimed at developing the nationalistic spirit and inspiring young India to be of service to the society. It is a platform for the Leaders of Tomorrow where they deliberate on issues of national importance, raise their concerns and offer innovative solutions to the problems faced by India.

With Best Regards,
Anubhooti 6.0 Team


Internship opportunity @ Women’s web

About Women’s web

Women’s Web is THE place for the Indian woman who wants to stay engaged with the world, who believes that she has a place in the world, and ideas to offer. We focus on women’s self-development and pursuit of happiness, by offering information on career development, entrepreneurship, managing work and family, successful women, women’s health, social issues and personal finances. Our goal is to help women learn and grow!


Women’s Web welcomes graduates/post-graduates to intern with us in the areas of writing, design and/or social media, as a way to gain experience in digital publishing/media and figure out if it is the right career for them, while bringing us fresh ideas and their skills.

It will be a relevant learning experience for students interested in pursuing a career in any media, besides a chance to build your portfolio. It is also a good opportunity for women on a career break, who are considering a new career in any form of media/publishing.

A letter of internship experience will be provided to interns who successfully complete a 2-month program.

What will I be working on?

Here are examples of some tasks that interns with us get to work on:

  • Interviewing women in different fields of work in India
  • Creating infographics/other design elements as a communication tool
  • Social media activity such as tweetathons, maintaining our G+ page or participating in other relevant communities
  • Building an image database to use with Women’s Web articles
  • Curating good writing on a particular topic from within/outside Women’s Web
  • Writing on contemporary topics of interest to our readers
  • Helping create our newsletter

As you would note, there is a lot more to digital publishing than just writing – and while you would get to do some writing as well, the internship helps you acquire many more skills.

Next internship available from

Dec 2014-Jan 2015 (can be extended by a month if both parties want to!)

Internship applications for Oct-Nov 2014 have been closed now. If you are interested and available during Dec-Jan 2015, please fill in the form below.


The ideal candidate for this position would be:

  • Someone doing their graduation or post-graduation, preferably in an Arts discipline, although we are open to other students. Or a candidate on a career break from another field, who fulfils the criteria below
  • Interested in a career in any branch of the media, or in the field of communications
  • With a very keen interest in social issues and change in India
  • Has good communication skills, especially written English and/or proficiency in design as a tool of communication
  • Is a self-starter, doesn’t need goading to work, and has a high degree of commitment to deadlines
  • And a very high degree of enthusiasm, curiosity and willingness to learn.

Time & Schedules

This internship will require you to spend about 10 hours every week, working with us on areas such as developing content on the site and supporting the Women’s Web community via social media. It could also involve some administrative and other routine tasks that are part of running a publishing platform.

You will need to be available for an hour each day, during week days, in order to be able to work closely with the core team.

Location is not a constraint, since this a home-based position, but candidates in Bangalore or Chennai would be given first preference.

If you are interested, fill in the application below, and we’ll get back to you if you fit the bill!

(Please do not fill the form unless you have carefully read through all the information above).

Click here 

Internship at Association for Advocacy and Legal Initiatives (AALI)

Volunteering with AALI is a unique and rewarding experience, and we welcome applications from individuals interested in interning with our office in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. Those who are pursuing the fields of law, international development, social work, women’s studies, and human rights are strongly encouraged to apply. AALI welcomes both Indian nationals and non-Indians to take part in the internship programme.

For Indian nationals: If you are an LLB/MSW student or researcher interested in applying for an internship with AALI, please view the organization’s internship and application submission guidelines here. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

For non-Indians and NRIs: AALI has had prior experience hosting volunteers and interns from the United States and encourages individuals who are interested in exploring Indian law and women’s human rights to apply. For more information as to the types of internships available, as well as application instructions, please click here.

Advocacy Internship Programme

What is the programme?

ADVOCACY INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME (AIP) is a unique venture of the National Centre for Advocacy Studies. Inaugurated in 1999, the AIP aims at developing a set of dedicated and active youth committed to social change and justice. It is a programme that caters to the needs of social activism and enriches participants with a political perspective, knowledge base, and skills required for effective people-centred advocacy. It is designed to prepare young people to work in the field of development and social change through an 18-month process of learning that combines academic inputs, capacity building, field experiences and perspective building

What does the programme involve?

The multidisciplinary course is designed to emphasize a rights-based perspective to social change, focusing on the concepts and practices of people-centred advocacy and human rights activism (rights of dalits and women; right to food, health and work). The topics covered include the character of Indian society, polity and economy; globalization and imperialism; human rights law and social justice; approaches to social change and social movements; environmental protection; policy analysis; campaign planning; networking; and research methodologies.

Within 5-6 years of the beginning of the programme, an Academic Council was formulated, to advise and guide the Advocacy Internship. Besides, a resource team comprising experts from diverse fields was formed to facilitate the Internship programme.

Advocacy Internship Programme in a current year would usually deal with two consecutive batches. One which has completed the in-house programme and is placed in an organization for 6 months and the second which is still undergoing the in-house programme within the organization. Under Internship, the interns also make three field visits to grassroots advocacy organizations to have hands-on-experience of social action and advocacy.

Who are the interns?

Criteria for selection of the interns included educational qualifications (preferably post-graduate level) and experience (about two years’ association with social action groups). Priority would be given to candidates from remote areas who have limited learning opportunities. However, moving beyond the realms of education and experience, potential candidates would attend a two-day residential camp to assess their attitudes, aptitude and motivation levels.

Hands-on learning

Each intern is placed with an advocacy organization for six months. During this period, apart from working as a part of that organization, they are expected to write a dissertation on the process of campaign within the context of advocacy and socio-political change.

The six-month placements have great impact on the interns, with them finding the experience inspiring, many even going through an inner transformation. They not only begin to understand how advocacy processes work in the field, but the skills they learn during their in-house training are practiced in the field.

In a constant endeavor to improvise the program, in 2006-07 sessions with a psychologist and councillor were introduced. These sessions, which focused on self awareness, self development and interpersonal relationships, were meant to help interns understand themselves better so they can change for the better and become more effective in their work.

The Advocacy Internship Programme has produced around 100 young advocates who are working in various positions in organizations from grassroots to INGOs.

For application form click here

Internship at SocialCops

Internships are probably the best way for you to learn about what you love doing and explore your passion. And … The best way to learn.. is to do! Through your internship – you’re going to own your function and learn on the job. We like people who can set their own direction and hustle to make it happen. We want you to debate, critique and question. Most importantly, we want you to care about what you’re building and be passionate about it. We don’t treat our interns any different from our full time employees – who said that age and experience was ever a barrier to change the world? We have internship positions open in the fields of Data Science, Partnerships, Market Research, Android Development and Web Development all year long. If you’ve got a minimum of 6 weeks to devote to us full time, a curious mind and a burning passion to learn – we’d love to hear from you.

How To Apply?

When you apply, remember to check the boxes below:
– Tell us what attracts you to work at SocialCops as an Intern?
– A note on which portfolio you’d like to apply for along with a link/ description to your previous work relevant to your portfolio
– Links to your online profile: Github, Quora, Twitter, LinkedIn, Hacker News, Stack Overflow, Personal Website

Internship at Debt RecoveryTribunal ,10 k stipend

The Debts Recovery Tribunal (DRT) enforces provisions of the Recovery of Debts Due to Banks and Financial Institutions (RDDBFI) Act, 1993 and also Securitization and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interests (SARFAESI) Act, 2002.

Under the Recovery of Debts Due to Banks and Financial Institutions (RDDBFI) Act, 1993 banks approach the Debts Recovery Tribunal (DRT) whereas, under Securitization and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interests (SARFAESI) Act, 2002 borrowers, guarantors, and other any other person aggrieved by any action of the bank can approach the Debts Recovery Tribunal (DRT).

Debts Recovery Tribunal are located across the country. Some cities have more than one Debts Recovery Tribunals. New Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata and Mumbai have three Debts Recovery Tribunals. Ahmedabad and Chandigarh have two Debts Recovery Tribunal (DRT) each. One Debts Recovery Tribunal has been constituted at Allahabad, Aurangabad, Bangalore, Coimbatore, Cuttack, Ernakulam, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jabalpur, Jaipur, Lucknow, Madurai,Nagpur, Patna, Pune, Vishakapatnam and Ranchi

Legal Internship for Law Graduates and under graduates

BRT is in the field of assisting stressed MSME units in rejuvenating themselves with various tools, which includes amongst other things debt restructuring, assistance in one time settlement issues, Legal Assistance, Fund raising, Mergers, Acquisition, JV etc. We have a strong legal division with many professionals associated with them.

BankDRT offers internship to Law under graduates as well as to Law Graduates.

The general terms and conditions for Legal Internship

TERMS & CONDITIONS OF INTERNSHIPLegal Interns can choose place of their internship either at our Delhi Office or at our Bangalore Office.Legal Internship is generally given to undergraduate students of 5th or 6th sem (3 –year law course) or 8th sem and above (5 year Law course).

Undergraduate Legal Interns can seek short term legal internship (30 to 60 days).

Graduate Legal Interns can take long term internship (180 days)

Legal Internship in BankDRT is a very serious affair. BankDRT invests lot of time, money and energy on the Legal Interns and mentors them seriously in the filed of Banking Law, more particularly, debt recovery and associated Laws. Therefore Legal Interns should not apply and/or accept offers of Legal Internship if they are not serious about their physical and mental stamina to work in this rigorous filed.

2 posts of short term Legal Interns each at our Delhi and Bangalore office.

2 posts of long term Legal interns, each at our Delhi and Bangalore office.

Interested Legal Interns are requested to go through the web site of the firm and take a conscious decision whether to apply for the internship or not.

As a thumb rule, generally short term legal interns are not entitled for any stipend.

Long term legal interns are allowed stipend upto Rs. 10,000/- pm

Legal interns who perform exceptionally well, whether they are short term legal interns or long term legal interns, are given cash rewards.
On successful completion of internship, Legal interns will be given internship cum work experience Certificate.

Interested legal intern should apply with full resume, pass-port size photograph, copies of past internship Certificate to

Online Internship(6k stipend)

NGOBOX Internship for Data Analysis and CSR Report (DACR) Writing

About NGOBOX is the biggest development sector platform in India. We reach out to NGOs, Development sector professionals, Social enterprises, consultancies, donors and students for all your announcements. We network organizations, resources and professionals to leverage opportunities and communicate faster to deliver the results. Our work is guided by our objective ‘Connect, communicate and deliver for the better world’.

We are a young team of professionals with experience in business, media and non-profit sectors. 

About the internship

NGOBOX is working on a few reports pertaining to corporate social responsibility (CSR) spending and projects in India. In this context, we do analyze a few companies, foundations and their CSR projects based on various disclosures and reports available in the public domain.
Under DACR internship, the intern will read and analyze a few reports, prepare a comprehensive data-sheet and then develop a report based on the data obtained. This will be largely qualitative analysis.

Qualification and Experience and Skills
You need to be passionate with the internet-based research, analyzing web-content and writing summary-notes. We are looking for a candidate who is self-motivated to take up the responsibility of producing a well-researched document for the use of large and small development sector organizations. You must have:

  • Graduate/Post-Graduate degree
  • Excellent command over English writing and content development
  • Experience in content writing/development is preferred
  • An understanding of development sector, CSR and CSR reporting
  • An understanding of annual reporting by companies and the CSR clause under the new Companies Act 2013 

Nature of Internship: Home-based, web-research, analysis and writing
Duration: Initially one month, and can be extended for up to two months or more based on the quality of work.
Internship begins: 01st or 15th June 2014
No. of Hours: 30-36 Hrs/Week
Stipend: INR 6000/Month

Checklist before Applying for this Internship: You must have:

An excellent command over English writing

  1. Own laptop/PC with internet access
  2. Interest in web-based research
  3. Dedication to deliver the best

If you lack any of the above, please do not apply.

To Apply
Please send in your application to with subject-line ‘Intern-DACR’ with:

  1. Cover letter as email (minimum 300 words) explaining how you are a good-fit for this internship
  2. CV (Maximum two pages)
  3. A proof of writing skills

Note: Please do not attaché files of more than 500 kb.

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UN Women Internship Programme

The UNWomen Internship Programme offers a small group of outstanding graduate-level students currently enrolled in a Master’s, Post Master and Doctorate level study the opportunity to work with UN Women.

In order to apply, send resume and cover letter briefly explaining your reasons for applying to the UN Women Internship Programme, specific objectives, expected benefits and preferred dates to:

Timing for internships is flexible and can be at any time in the year. The internship can be for a maximum of 6 months or a minimum of 6 weeks and operates on a non-remunerative basis. There is no vacancy listing for the internship programme. Applications are reviewed by UN Women  as the need arises. The intern will be contacted directly by the office, if shortlisted.


– See more at:

Internship cum Patent Training

Intellectual Property Research Institute (IPRI), New Delhi,is inviting  to participate in a three-week ‘Internship cum Patent Training Program’ starting from July 7, 2014 to July 25, 2014; designed for individuals from diverse academic backgrounds including students who are opting for an internship as a part of their curricular requirement.

IPRI is a non-profit institute for education, research, and analysis of Intellectual Property (IP); destined to promote understanding, training, and awareness of several domains of IP including Patents, Trademarks, Geographical Indications (GI), Designs, and Copyright to the students with suitable backgrounds. The students would be entitled to a nominal charge subjected to conditions as mentioned in the internship scheme attached.

The program offered, would comprise rigorous practical exposure especially on the efficient drafting and filing of patent application, prosecution, and hands on experience of attending the hearing before the controller of patents. At the end of the program, the candidate will be getting a complete package of theoretical knowledge properly orchestrated with practical exposure, and would be able to attend prosecution and ready to even handle ongoing cases given there is required qualification.

For more details see the brochure

Application form


Law for Aid and Welfare

Law for Aid and Welfare (LAW) is a non-governmental organization registered in Assam. The Areas of Operation, however, extend to the states of WEST BENGAL, BIHAR and MEGHALAYA besides ASSAM.

LAW look forward to short-term/long-term internships from college students committed to human rights and willing to devote their time and energy to the legal empowerment of the poor and the marginalized. Their methods include legal awareness, legal assistance, capacity building for good governance and policy development. Interns will be expected to provide assistance in all or any of these areas.

Mail  your Curriculum Vitae along with a brief statement of interest at:

For more details!internships/cdku (Temporary website)

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Internship at Sitaram Jindal Foundation

The Sitraram Jindal Foundation invites interns from across India to gain insight into the organisation’s work and philosophy.

Internships can take place at the existing Offices in Bangalore, Delhi or across any of the Programme locations in India.  All internship assignments will vary in terms of content and length according to the availability and academic requirements of the intern, as well as the needs of the Foundation.

A limited number of seats for internships are available each year. Interns will be selected on a competitive basis from the pool of applications received. Relevant applications preferably in a development, education, health, social work or equivalent field (sociology, economics, political science), with strong background in research, analytical and writing skills will be considered.

The Foundation welcomes self-starters and passionate individuals who are ready to work with the people in need.

Send the filled forms to

Sitaram Jindal Foundation
11, Green Avenue, Behind Sector D-3,
Bhatta Road, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi-110070.


Sitaram Jindal Foundation
Jindal Nagar, Tumkur Road,
Bangalore- 560073.
Email: info@sitaramjindalfoundation.orgApplication form_Internship

Internship at National Judicial Academy

Internship Programme
The National Judicial Academy invites applications for full time (residential) and part-time (non-residential) internships from students of 5 year LL.B programmes. Fulltime interns will be required to participate in a variety of activities, including research, writing, and helping in the organization of conferences and seminars.Part time interns will be associated with specific research projects and will be required to provide research assistance for the same.


  1. To provide students with exposure to cutting edge issues facing the judiciary, and to give them a platform to engage in discussions with leaders in various fields of law and related disciplines.
  2. To provide the Academy with assistance in its research and publication activities .

An eligible candidate will:

  1. Be enrolled in a 5 year LL.B programme.
  2. Have a good academic and co-curricular record.
  3. Have good computer skills relevant to the work profile, like proficiency in online-research and familiarity with common MS Office applications.

We strongly encourage students from the third year and onwards to apply.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applicants are required to send their applications through their college/university/law school. The Application should consist of the following: (i) Forwarding letter from the concerned authorities (for example the placement committee or the registrar) of the university/law school/college, (ii) Covering letter by the applicant (with contact details, expression of interest, and proposed duration of internship) (iii) CV. The applications should be sent by post at the following address: Internship Co-ordinator,
National Judicial Academy,
Bhadbhada Road,
P.O. Suraj Nagar,
Bhopal 462044.
A scanned copy of the application can also be e-mailed to: internship Please mention ‘for Internship’ in the Subject column.

Selection Criteria: Selection will be based on the academic and co-curricular record of the candidates. Record in research and publication will also be taken into account. The shortlisted applicants will be required to send a piece of writing for final selection. If the need so arises, NJA may also conduct telephonic interview of the candidates.
Duration: The minimum duration for full time internships is 3 weeks. Part-time interns will be associated with specific projects and will work with the Academy for the duration of the project. They are not required to be in residence, and can work from their place of study.
Accommodation and Remuneration: Residential interns will be provided with a furnished accommodation at the NJA campus for the duration of their stay. They will also be entitled to a monthly stipend of Rs.5000. It will not be possible for the Academy to provide remuneration to part-time interns. They will however be reimbursed for all costs incurred in their work for the Academy.

Applications: Please write to internship any clarifications or follow up queries.

Research Internship at ACSRL

Alexis Centre for Study and Research in Law

Place : Dharwad, Karnataka

Duration : 1 Month

Timings : 10 am to 5 pm(Monday to Saturday)

Dates : 1st June 2013 to 30th June 2013

Eligibility :The programme is open to all Indian Students pursuing Undergraduate Courses in the UGC Recognized University or College.

Last date for applying :May 15

Job description :There will be two Research Topics for the Internship (To be announced soon). 10 Interns will be selected (5 on each Research Topic).The Professors from various premier Institutes of India, Eminent Scholars, Civil Society Leaders and Advocates will supervise the Interns.

Highlight : Selected works will be published in the form of a book with ISBN Number by the end of the September

Apply here

Internship Opportunity at Centre for Law and Policy Research (CLPR)


CLPR is a legal research and litigation centre that is involved in cutting-edge legal and policy work. Its areas of research include constitutional law, social rights and welfare, disability law, intellectual property rights and legal education. CLPR is also involved in public law litigation work in the Supreme Court, the Karnataka High Court and the sub-ordinate courts


Duration: 4 weeks(Minimum)

Work Description: Interns will be expected to assist on both substantive and administrative projects in a variety of areas. Individuals applying for internships must be able to commit to a minimum of 4 weeks. Successful candidates for these positions must demonstrate attention to detail, responsibility, strong writing skills, and an ability to handle multiple tasks with aggressive deadlines.

Who can apply: Applicants are expected to be in thier 3rd, 4th or 5th year of study in their law school program. We will consider applications from students in their 2nd year of study if they show substantial ability


Applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, and may be asked to submit a writing sample or other documents. Please indicate in your cover letter the department to which you are applying. You can email, or mail your application. Please email your applications to

Note: No phone calls will be entertained on this account


Internship Opportunity at Azim Premji University


Duration: 4 weeks

Place: Bangalore

Who can apply: Students currently studying and interested in academic questions of law, politics, economics or related fields can apply to the Initiative for internships. Applicants must be able to demonstrate attention to detail, responsibility, strong writing skills, and an ability to handle multiple tasks with aggressive deadlines.

Work description: Interns will be expected to assist on both substantive and administrative projects in areas that the Initiative is currently engaged in. The Initiative offers internships for a minimum period of four weeks and applicants must be able to commit to being in Bangalore for the whole of the duration of the internship.


Applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, and may be asked to submit a writing sample or other documents. Please indicate in your cover letter the duration and the exact dates for which you are applying.

Email your applications to

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Internship Opportunity at Justice and Care, Kolkata


Justice and Care is an international team of human rights professionals supporting victims of trafficking and other forms of injustice and supporting governments in their efforts to prevent these crimes, protect the victims and prosecute those who exploit them.


Duration: 2 months

Who can apply: Justice and Care has internship opportunities for Indian students aspiring to a career in the development and social justice sector; particularly in the legal, social work, networking, research, case management and administrative fields of its work.


Send your CV and cover letter to

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Internship Opportunity at Biodiversity International


Bioversity International is a research-for-development organization working with partners worldwide to use and conserve agricultural and forest biodiversity for improved livelihoods, nutrition, sustainability and productive and resilient ecosystems. Bioversity International is a member of the CGIAR Consortium, a global partnership that unites organizations engaged in research for a food secure future.

Bioversity International’s headquarters are near Rome, Italy, along with Rome-based UN food agencies Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO), International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and World Food Programme (WFP).  They have regional offices in Colombia, Kenya and Malaysia.

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Bioversity’s internship programme has three major objectives:

  • to offer young graduate or undergraduate students an opportunity to acquire direct practical experience in their field of specialization
  • to promote a better understanding of Bioversity and the CGIAR system
  • to provide groups at headquarters and in the regions with the assistance of outstanding young students specializing in fields relevant to Bioversity’s activities.


Eligibility: Applicants for internships must be currently enrolled in a university or graduate school and have completed at least two years of undergraduate studies, or alternatively, have completed their university studies within the past six months.

Interns will not be eligible for employment as regular staff members during the internship or for a period of six months following the expiration of their internship.

Duration: Normally, interns will be employed for a maximum period of up to one year, with a possible extension for a further period of up to six months. T

Stipend: Interns may be paid a modest stipend, to assist them to cover their essential maintenance during the time of their internship.

NOTE: Interns will be granted two days of vacation leave per completed month of service, and medical insurance during the period of the internship will be covered by Bioversity unless they are otherwise adequately insured.


If you are interested in being included in the general Internship Roster, please apply online. Please be advised that Bioversity International will only contact those applicants to whom it may be able to offer an internship. The applications will be retained by the organization for a maximum of 12 months.


Email:  Human Resources
Fax: (39) 06-6118341

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Internship Opportunity at Human Impacts Institute


The mission of the Institute is to foster sustainable human impacts on ecosystems through inspired engagement, leadership, collaboration, knowledge-building and creative expression.  They strive to promote healthy community development by connecting communities through a shared awareness of, and accountability for, the natural environment.


Past interns have included international lawyers, media professionals, certified teachers, as well as graduate and undergrad students from Columbia University, Bard, McGill University (Canada), University of Kwazulu-Natal (South Africa), New York University, Webster University (Netherlands), and many more.


Interns will be given significant programmatic and organizational responsibilities based upon their internship descriptions, qualifications, and interests.

Work Responsibilities:

  • Attend free classes at the Foundation Center on grant writing
  • Develop and research at least one grant proposal for their internship focus
  • Assist with organizational development and program support
  • Write blogs and develop community outreach materials
  • Attend relevant meetings and events to “report back on” to the HII team
  • Assist with partnership development


All internships will be located in NYC and only applicants available for the full term (Mid May to mid August 2013–with some flexibility for start and end dates) and who can commit a minimum of 20 hours per week will be considered. 


To apply for this internship, kindly submit the following:

  1. Current resume;
  2. Introductory letter, including:
    • Why you want to work with HII;
    • The specific internship(s) you are applying to; and
    • Your specific expertise/interests relating to that internship
  3. Two reference contacts;
  4. One paragraph with an original idea for a creative project you’d like to do at HII

All applications and inquiries should be directed to: 

Tara DePorte,

Executive Director and Founder, Human Impacts Institute

Applicants will be notified of interviews shortly after their application.

WHEN TO APPLY: Applicants are encouraged to apply at least one month in advance of their desired commencement of the internship.

DEADLINE: Summer applications are due March 29th, 2013 by midnight



Information Courtesy: The Social Science Informer




Internship Opportunity at Dept. of Expenditure (Ministry of Finance)


Indian Nationals pursuing Post-Graduation Research Courses in Economics/Finance/Management and in the 4th and 5th year of five year integrated course in Law/any other professional course from Universities/Institutions of National and International repute.

  • Students pursuing post-graduate courses should have obtained a first class graduate degree;
  • Research Scholars pursuing courses in  Economics/Finance/Management should have obtained at least 50% in post graduation;
  • Students in 4th and 5th year of five year integrated course in Law should have obtained at least 80% in class XII examination.

PERIOD OF INTERNSHIP: 2-6 months at different point of time during financial year 2013-14

STIPEND: Rs. 10,000 payable at the successful completion of the internship



Interns would be attached to one of the DS/District level Officer in the different Divisions of the department keeping in views the area of their interest and as per the preference of that Division.


Send your applications along with your CV in the prescribed proforma to

Director (Admn.)

Dept. of Expenditure, Room No.76

North Block, New Delhi

APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 15, 2013 (for the month of April and May, 2013)

See more details here



Summer School/Internship Programmes at Sambhaavnaa Institute of Public Policy and Politics


Sambhaavnaa Institute of Public Policy and Politics

Sambhaavnaa is dedicated to learning and educating about the process and politics of policy making in the government, and to enable people to participate in this process so the policies and laws being formulated are in public interest. It is a place to learn about contemporary public policies, their multifarious impacts on society, and to learn about possible alternatives to them which would be more equitable, just and sustainable. Know more



  1. Samanvay (6 weeks)
  2. Sandarbh (1-week)

Join one of these two Summer Schools (Internship Programmes) at the Sambhaavnaa Institute which aim at providing you a fresh perspective to understand development, economics, society, policy and politics. Through interactive sessions with activists, thinkers, academics and experts from various fields, these programs attempt to sharpen your skills for critical analysis of, and a overall perspective to, the challenges our country face today.

Place of Internship: Palampur, Himachal Pradesh

Eligibility: You may preferably belong to the age group of 18 to 26 with any academic background; you may have volunteered with action groups in your area; may have worked briefly with organizations working for change.

Discussion Topics (applicable for both the programmes):

  1. Historical Background of our Development Model
  2. Understanding India’s Economic Policies
  3. Democracy and Decision-Making: Who Controls Public Policy?
  4. Ecological Consequences of Development
  5. Social Context of Development: Caste and Gender
  6. Social Movements in India
  7. Alternatives to Development


Post completed Application Form to:

Sambhaavnaa Institute,

Gaon Kandbari,
Tehsil Palampur,
Zila Kangra, Himachal 176061

OR Email them to



Application Form

Given below is the full description of the individual programmes-


This program brings together the theory and practice of social change. The 2-week theoretical component of this program will engage the participants in a critical analysis of the challenges before our society. It will cover issues of Economic Policy, Social Justice, Democratic Governance, Ecological Sustainability, Social Movements and Alternatives to Development – thereby, trying to build a holistic and interconnected picture of the issues facing our society today.

Duration: May 24 – July 05, 2013 (6 weeks)

Cost: Rs. 5500 (Need-based financial assistance is available. Do not let your inability to pay, be the reason for not applying)


The internship would present you an opportunity to work with and learn from well-known organisations that have done pioneering work in their fields such as Narmada Bachao Andolan (M.P.), People’s Science Institute (Uttarakhand), Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan (Rajasthan), Kheti Virasat Mission (Punjab), Hazard Centre (Delhi), Jagori (Himachal), Eklavya (M.P.), Navdanya (Uttarakhand). The synthesis of both theory and practice would help evolve a deeper understanding of different approaches to social change.


Samanvay is divided into three parts:

A. Rethinking Development: A Critical Analysis (1 week)

Through interactive sessions with activists, thinkers, academics and experts from various fields, this week attempts to sharpen yours kills for critical analysis of, and an overall perspective to, the challenges facing our society today. We shall try and cover issues of Economic Policy, Social Justice, Democratic Governance, Ecological Sustainability, Social Movements and Alternatives to Development – thereby, trying to build a holistic and interconnected picture of the issues facing our society today.

This part of the program shall be residential and housed in the Sambhaavnaa campus, near Palampur (Himachal Pradesh)

B. Internship (4 weeks)

After a week-long theoretical perspective on socio-economic and political issues, as well as approaches to social change, the 4-week internship shall provide the participant with an on-the-ground perspective on these issues. Depending on their areas of interest, the participant shall spend four weeks with a social movement/ organization. This will not only give an insight into ground realities, but also an opportunity to work and learn with experienced social activists and organizations. During the internship, the participant will be involved in the work and activities of the organization, interact with the local community and try and develop an understanding of the issues on which the organization is working.

Internships shall be with organizations working in the areas of – Education, Environment , Agriculture and Organic Farming, Livelihoods and Alternative Technologies, Dalit and Tribal rights, Displacement and Rehabilitation, Local Governance and Right To Information, Gender Empowerment and Domestic Violence and Holistic Community Development.

C. Reflection and Conclusion (5 days)

On returning from their individual internships, the participants will get an opportunity to share and reflect on their experiences from their internship. They would get to bring together the theory from Part 1 of the program, and their on-the-ground experiences from the internship. The varied inputs of the participants from a range of organizations and social initiatives will also help the group evolve a deeper. The varied inputs of the participants from a range of organisations and social initiatives will also help the group evolve a deeper understanding of different approaches to social change.

This part of the program shall be residential and housed in the Sambhaavnaa campus.


It is a week long dialogue that attempt to critically engage the participant to rethink the current concepts of ‘Development’ that pervade society and public policy. Through lectures, discussions, interactive sessions, debates, film screenings and book-discussions an attempt would be made to re- examine our current understanding of economic policies, inequities in society, democracy, environmental issues. It will also give a glimpse of the various kinds of alternatives to ‘development’ – both at the grassroots and policy level – that are being experimented with in different parts of India and the world.

Duration: June 01-08, 2013 (1 week)

Cost: Rs. 3500 (Need-based financial assistance is available. Do not let your inability to pay, be the reason for not applying)

Internship Opportunity at PRS Legislative Research


PRS Legislative Research seeks to strengthen the legislative process by making it better informed, more transparent and participatory.  PRS is the only organisations in the country that track the functioning of Parliament. PRS provides a comprehensive and credible resource base to access Parliament-specific data, background information and analysis of key issues. Know more


Nature: Fellowship

Nomenclature: LAMP Fellowship


The Legislative Assistants to Members of Parliament (LAMP) Fellowship is a unique platform for bright young Indians to have a high-impact engagement with the policy-making process at the national level. The LAMP Fellowship places one legislative assistant to work with one MP for a period of 11 months. The Fellowship exposes LAMP Fellows to the working of Parliament and the legislative process. The Fellowship encourages the best and the brightest young individuals to get involved in public service. Know more

Who can apply: Students from diverse academic backgrounds including liberal arts, law, commerce, engineering and the sciences can apply. Seats are limited to 41.

Applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Applicants must be no more than 25 years of age (born on or after January 01,1988)
  • Applicants must have at least a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline.
  • LAMP Fellows are required to be based in Delhi for the entire duration of the Fellowship.
  • Only Indian citizens can apply.

Work description: The primary role of a LAMP Fellow is to provide customised research support to the assigned MP they work with for the entire duration of the Fellowship. This would entail providing research inputs to help them fulfill their parliamentary duties such as asking questions, raising matters of public importance, participating in debates, writing speeches, drafting private member Bills, among others.

Place: Delhi, India

Duration: June 2013 – May 2014 (11 months)

Stipend: INR 15,000 / month along with an additional amount of a lump sum of Rs. 3,000 to cover any expenses (such as local conveyance, telephone calls, internet charges etc) incurred.


Applications are invited through an online application portal only. The online form requires details of the candidate’s academic background, relevant work experience and references. In addition, candidates are required to submit their CV, a statement of intent and short essays on their understanding of the LAMP Fellowship.

Based on the application, shortlisted candidates will be invited to an interview.




For more information, kindly visit the following link-

Information Courtesy: Internshala

Internship Opportunity at NGO Butterflies


Butterflies is a registered voluntary organization working with street and working children in Delhi since 1989.  They believe in the right of every child to have a full-fledged childhood where she/he has the right to protection, respect, opportunities and participation in his/her growth and development.

Butterflies is committed to a non-institutional approach, follows principle of democracy and promotes children’s participation in decision making as part of its programme planning, monitoring and evaluation.   Given its belief in participation of children in all of their activities, it is more appropriately called a“Programme with Street and Working Children”. Their main aim is to empower street and working children with skills and knowledge to protect their rights and to develop them as respected and productive citizens. They use the  Constitution of India, Laws related to Children and UN Convention on the Rights of the Child as a major tool for ensuring government and public accountability for all.


Who should apply: The internship programme is ideal for those who want to gain experience in the NGO sector and is an incredible way to support Butterflies.

Role of an Intern: raising funds, creating awareness, bringing about a positive change in the society

Eligibility: The organization welcomes interns of all nationalities, religions, races and creeds.

Working areas:

 Butterflies Fund raising activities
 Education programme
 Awareness Generation programme
 Research and Documentation
 Alternate Media Project


Whatever your area of expertise, please contact them at and provide a summary of your experience which would indicate how you are best suited to help at Butterflies.


U-4, Green Park Extension,
New Delhi – 110 016. India.
M: +91-11-2616 3935 or +91-11-2619 1063
Fax: +91-11-2619 6117

Internship Opportunity at Nuclear Law Association, New Delhi


Nuclear Law Association (NLA) has been established in  2011 at New Delhi, India. The Association is a forum for the legal community to discuss issues relating to peaceful use of nuclear energy in India. NLA aims to promote knowledge sharing and influence policy formulation through seminars, research and outreach. 
NLA is organised as a pan-India association of lawyers. NLA is registered in New Delhi as a society under the Societies Registration Act 1860 applicable to National Capital Region.

NLA seeks to engage with the following stakeholders from India and abroad:

  • legal community
  • government and policy makers 
  • industry
  • civil society, and
  • other non- governmental organization 


Working with NLA would provide an insight on nuclear law, politics and institutions. NLA is in the process of tying-up with a number of law firms, companies and research institutions across India. Selected candidates shall be placed with a particular firm, company or research institutions keeping in mind candidate’s choice and available positions. Assignments are determined according to a mix of factors, of which the intern’s level, qualification and interest coupled with the requirement of NLA at the time, are the most important.

Who can apply: Preference shall be for law students who have completed third year law degree.

Certificate: YES

Stipend: Students who are selected for internship shall be reimbursed their return ticket as per applicable rules and may be paid an honorarium. Honorarium is paid by the respective organization where the candidates are selected for internship. Rules of internship may vary as per the rules of hosting organization.


Kindly send your internship application at


Interested individuals and students are requested to contact Secretary, NLA for further information:

The Secretary
Nuclear Law Association (NLA)
M V Kini & Co.
Kini House, 6/39 Jungpura-B
New Delhi – 110 014Ph: (+91)2437-1038/39/40

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Internship in the Department of Economic Affairs, New Delhi

ABOUT THE INTERNSHIP: The objective of the program is to familiarize the eligible students with the overall process of formulation of Economic policies of the Govt. at Macro Level. Department of Economic Affairs would assign selected interns specific areas of work related to procedures and economic laws  administered by the Department. The particular fields could be Capital Market, Economic Reforms at macro level, Exchange Management, FII, Inflation Management etc.


  1. Economics/ Finance/Management students possessing first class graduate degree or pursuing post graduation or having high second class post graduation degree and pursuing research
  2. 4th and 5th year students pursuing 5 year integrated course in Law with minimum 80% marks in 12th standard

DURATION: Six Months, during the financial year 2013-14 (excluding December to February)

STIPEND: Rs. 10,000 per month and a certificate at the end of the internship

HOW TO APPLY: Refer to the Department of Economic Affairs page for more details.

LAST DATE FOR APPLYING: 8th February, 2013

Internship Opportunity at Uday Foundation


The Uday Foundation is an NGO based in New Delhi, India closely working with the children afflicted with birth defects, disorders, syndromes, and various diseases that affect their health condition, education & growth. Prime focus this NGO is to work closely on Indian public health policy, awareness and implementation of various health related projects for common citizen is India. Read more


Who can apply: undergraduate, graduate or professional student or a recent graduate with strong interest in crucial issues of the NGOs working area. The Intern Program offers a unique opportunity for growth, learning and meaningful service. Preference shall, however, be given to the following :-

  • Students of social and behavioral sciences, economics, communication studies and public health.
  • Students pursuing 5 years integrated law course.
  • Students pursuing 3 years L.L.B. course.
  • Students pursuing post-graduation in human rights, sociology and other related social science.
  • Students pursuing masters in social work
  • Post- Graduation diploma in human rights
  • Students perusing graduation with specialized subjects
  • MBA and other post graduate degree / diploma course

Work Responsibility: Internship offers opportunity to interact with senior administration officials, and leaders in politics, business, entertainment, and journalism discuss issues of the work of Foundation.  Through firsthand experience you will learn how the Uday Foundation functions on a daily basis, and assist with this process directly. They will be required to study and scrutinize key result area of the Uday Foundation work, present findings to the NGO, compile and analyze statistical data on children and health related issues etc. Interns will be required to prepare their reports on the topic of study assigned to them during the internship. Interns will also represent NGO in various programs and debates conducted by other organizations and news channels, apart from field visits and project work during internship.

Working Area: Children, Health and Human Rights, including participation in the review of programmes of the ongoing projects

ACCOMMODATION: The selected Interns will have to make their own arrangements regarding accommodation and transport at Delhi.


DURATION: 4 to 6 weeks

TO APPLY: Please contact at the following address

Uday Foundation for Congenital Defects and Rare Blood Groups

91A (Near Airtel), Adhchini, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi 110017

Phone : + 91.11.2656 1444 / 333

Email :

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Internship at Hariani & Co.


Established in the year 1991, Hariani & Co is a well-known full service Indian law firm with a reputation for excellence in the fields of Real Estate & Infrastructure, Banking & Finance, Dispute Resolution (Litigation and Arbitration), Intellectual Property and Media & Entertainment, Shipping, etc. The Firm also advises clients on foreign trade and investment, and is involved in transactional and advisory practice in corporate and commercial laws. The Hariani Team comprises of Ameet P Hariani, Ajay Vazirani, Aziza Khatri, Heena Chheda, Siddharth Kanakia, Sujai Joshi as partners and four other associate partners.

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Hariani & Co. has had significant practice in providing rich internship experiences and considers the mentoring and education of students as part of its core mission. Interns receive extensive training through substantive legal work, research, opportunities to interact with clients, and also participate in all training initiatives of the firm.


To join Hariani & Co, please fill up the online registration form and answer the questions asked here. For any queries please contact:

Internship with Vaish Associates

Vaish Associates an organisation dealing primarily with Indirect Tax Laws, Intellectual Property Law and Competition law and Policy has its offices at New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore. The firm exposes young trainees and interns to diversified areas of corporate and commercial practices and helps them identify your strengths and weaknesses. To apply, send your resume in soft copy to

For online registration form for internship, please visit the following link –

Internship Opportunity at Legal Aegis


Legal Aegis has had significant practice in providing rich internship experiences and considers the mentoring and education of students as part of its core mission. Students who have completed at least two years of the 5 year Law programme, students of 2nd and 3rd year of LL.B programme, LL.M students and International students are eligible to be selected as interns at Legal Aegis.

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To be eligible for Internship Program, interested persons are required to send their resumes and a covering letter to the firm or can send emails at You may apply between 45 to 30 days in advance from the date of commencement of internship.

Internship at Globaljurix

Global Jurix, with main offices in New Delhi has been providing summer and winter internship for aspiring law professionals. Those are pursuing their law degree and in the final year can join as an intern to brush up their skills by working with experts before stepping out for a full time job. Interested full time law graduates can send their resume to

Internship Opportunity at S.S. Rana & Co.

Young law pursuing students in final year and fresh law graduates can apply for an Internship at S.S. Rana & Co, India’s leading firm of solicitors and advocates.  The firm gives an opportunity to the students where they work on real projects and are provided with the best development opportunities that enables the intern to meet his/her goals and needs.

To apply, please visit the following link –

Internship Opportunities at Meharia & Co.

Young law pursuing students in final year and fresh law graduates can apply for an Internship at Meharia & Co, India’s leading firm of solicitors and advocates.  The firm gives an opportunity to the students to learn about corporate law, where interns work on real projects and are provided with the best development opportunities that enables the intern to meet his/her goals and needs.

To apply, fill in the registration form available at

Internship opportunities at Maheshwari & Co.


Maheshwari & Co. is a full service law firm committed to provide innovative legal solutions to its domestic as well as international clients. MAHESHWARI & CO. comprises of twenty Lawyers including four partners specializing in different arena of laws located at various offices at Delhi and are vowed to maintain highest levels of quality of services and reliability. Read more

See Areas of Practice here.


Maheshwari & Co. has had significant practice in providing rich internship experiences and considers the mentoring and education of students as part of its core mission. Maheshwari & Co. has openings for two interns every month, for a period of four(4) weeks at all times. Students who have completed at least two years of the 5 year Law programme, students of 2nd and 3rd year of LL.B programme, LL.M students and International students are eligible to be selected as interns at Maheshwari & Co.


To be eligible for Internship Program, interested persons are required to send their resumes and a covering letter to the firm or can send emails at Please apply between 45 to 30 days in advance from the date of commencement of internship.

Internship Opportunity at Kachwaha & partners


Kachwaha & Partners is a full service law Firm, with associate lawyers in most major cities of India. The Partners and members include Sumeet Kachwaha, Ashok Sagar, Dharmendra Rautray, Vanita Kakar and Mamta Kachwaha each specializing in their own respective practices.

OFFICES: New Delhi, Mumbai.


Internship Programmes at Kachwaha & partners aims to provide an open platform for showcasing your abilities in an ever challenging, thought-provoking and erudite environment and offers internship opportunities to 3rd year students (in a five year integrated law course) and final year students (in a three year course).


Interested applicants may write to Ms. Ankit Khushu (Internship/ Recruitment co-ordinator) at along with detailed Curriculum Vitae.

Internship Opportunity at Chadha & Co.

Young law pursuing students in final year and fresh law graduates can apply for an Internship at Chadha & Co., India’s leading boutique law firm.  The firm gives an opportunity to the students to learn about corporate law, where interns work on real projects and are mentored by experienced lawyers. The internship period can range from one to three months.

To apply, send an email at or send the online registration form available at