Category: NGO and Research Organisations

Internship @ Rakshak Foundation, New Delhi: Research Based Work, Filing RTI’s, Regular Trips, Rs. 5000/M Stipend

Environment not only means the infrastructure and other things it also means the people you work with, people from different spheres: Budding Engineers, Budding Lawyers, Budding Economists making the environment and awesome Place to work. Upmanyu Bhaumik, Faculty of Law, The ICFAI University, Dehradun, 3rd Year

Internship @ Amnesty International, Bangalore: Human Rights Research Work, Supportive Work Environment, No Stipend

Mostly area of internship is at Amnesty is based on research work. I have very smoothly done my work there. There is no hard and fast rule for anything there. They treat interns with due care and respect. By Paras Nath Singh, Aligarh Muslim University Malappuram Centre, Kerala, 2nd year

Internship @ Centre for Law and Policy Research CLPR, Bangalore: Rated 9/10, No Stipend

Since I am fond of Constitutional Law, I had applied for this internship hoping to be given work in that area. I was glad when in the second week my co-intern and I were given the chance to work on a challenging legal opinion which involved Constitutional law and administrative law. By Sohini Chatterjee,

Internship @ Human Rights Law Network (HRLN), Allahabad : Preparing Survey Reports, Drafting PILs and Writs, No Stipend

We prepared the writ ourselves and argued before the court. There is great confidence boost after this kind of internship. I made new friends, increased some people in the directory of contacts and last but not the least working for Human rights of the downtrodden people was kinda blessing for me. By Ambuj Dixit,

Internship @ AALI (Association for Advocacy and Legal Initiatives), Lucknow : Work on Women Issues, Enriching Experience, No Stipend

My internship was an enriching experience and I would like to pay my gratitude and thank the entire staff of AALI. I got to learn a lot and I hope I get to learn new things and deal with such sensitive issues as I came across during my internship here. By Priya Pandey; City

Internship @ Delhi Legal Service Authority DLSA, New Delhi : Lack of Discpline, Lots of Travelling & Visits, No Stipend

To start the session, the designated official was not on time, the interns were made to wait one and a half hours for the projector to set, but when the session started it was nice overall, interns were divided in the group of 5-6 (in one group) then after briefing tea n snacks were also

Internship @ Centre for Science and Environment [CSE], New Delhi : Great Exposure, Well Fed Interns, No Stipend

Besides the fun people, the best thing is how well fed they keep you at CSE. There is a very hygienic kitchen on the top floor (which is also very scenic) that offers lunch thali with different vegetables on the menu every day at a minimal Rs. 30/- where all the employees eat together on

Internship @ Rural Litigation & Entitlement Kendra (RLEK), Dehradun : Field Work, Homely Work Environment, No Stipend

Field Work: It depends on the field work take you to the villages nearby. Research Work: If they have some research work they give to the interns such as grant funding, proposals making, case study and etc. Many other administrative work interns. By Akanksha Moharir, UPES, 3rd Semester

Internship @ People’s Union for Civil Liberties [PUCL], Delhi: No Stipend, Good Experience for 1st Years

Mr. Mahi Pal at PUCL would not hesitate to provide any contact information or addresses and encouraged me to meet lawyer's and complainant's on the topic that was assigned to me. For my report completion I went to meet Adv. Ashok Agrawal who was very much open to answer all my queries and also asked

Behind The Scenes of My Internship: 13 Bitter Things I Learnt in an NGO Internship

8. How to quietly sneak off the bus without buying a ticket and then rejoicing about it because it’s the only funny thing that happened that day.

9. How to listen to music with earphones when both your hands are busy washing clothes and you’re not wearing pants with pockets.

By Tanisha Khaitan

Internship @ Centre for Disability Studies, NALSAR, Hyderabad: A Fantastic Research Internship

The best days of my internship were when Prof. Amita Dhanda would take classes for us interns to discuss, explain and make us understand the activities of the Centre and various concepts of human rights as it gave the interns to learn from a brilliant teacher and also clear our mind in relation to the