Name of Organisation, City:
WWF India, Delhi.
Duration of the internship, Timings:
April 27th to May 23rd, 10 am to 5 30 pm
Application procedure. Internship contact details:
Met the Head of Department of Traffic at a conference. Contacted him directly by sending him my CV and cover letter.
They require an NOC certificate from university and have strict formal procedures.
Accommodation: how, where, how was it?
Stayed with family in Govind Puri.
How big was the office? Team strength?
WWF is a very large organisation, with many departments. I worked at one of its department, called ‘TRAFFIC’. TRAFFIC has around 10-15 people working.
Office was quite large. shared by 4 departments.
First impression. First day, formalities etc.
First impression was good. A very formal and hard working environment. But they provide new interns with clarity on their goals and what the upcoming work will be.
Mainly research based work and co-authoring a few reports on the legal perspective of the trade of endangered species.
Work environment, people
Work environment was good. People are friendly and helpful. Very focussed on their work. And not too strict, allow for breaks and other things.
Ping Pong table in the basement.
The department is a little overworked and understaffed so a few things slip through the cracks
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