The Sarai Programme, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi, invites proposals from individuals for research projects on contemporary social and digital media, its ecologies and histories. Research is supported by a project grant from the Indian Council of Social Science Research.
For interns other than from Delhi (NCR) will be paid an amount of Rs. 8000/- (Rupees Eight Thousand only) as stipend. Students from Delhi and National Capital Region (NCR) will be paid Rs. 4,000/- (Four Thousand only) as stipend.
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.
Interns are required to work on each of the above area. The internship will involve:
i) meeting and interviewing persons involved in each area, and
ii) preparation of a detailed report on the findings.
Being a corporate law firm, the work ranged from drafting legal opinion to researching on the core and ancillary issues. The firm truly believes and executes its policy of “not living the same day twice at the firm”.
We Want Change announces Summer Internship for 2014 which is based in Delhi. This time we are targeting a slum area of Delhi. Behind the high beams of development and multistory buildings their exists another Delhi which compromises about 52% of total population of Delhi. This majority is living a life of scarcity and pain.
We are an organisation that works for women empowerment and women rights. The organization conducts workshops with the students and teachers in Government as well as Private institutions, which we believe are a grand success to nudge their brains and compel them to give a thought for some serious issues.
The best thing about Mr. Luthra’s office is Mr. Sidharth Luthra himself. He is a very sober and down to earth person. He is very polite while interacting with his interns. Also the cases he deals with are mostly hyped criminal cases so the research work becomes all the more interesting.
The startup is going a step further and is in the process of raising funds for their company from the public! They are looking for passionate students who would like to take an active role in the same. The work would require extensive communication skills and ability to get things done!
Success comes with lots of hard work and knowledge there is no short cut for success. Ram sir's way of reading each case, question asked by him in conferences amused us. He goes to the crux of each case. I love the way he argues. At the age of 90 he is more active then
I recommend this firm to every law student interested in litigation and keen on learning, to intern here because this will definitely be the one of the better internships you can ask for practical knowledge.
A.A Law Chambers, a well-established law firm based out of Delhi and Mumbai, is offering long term traineeships for its Delhi office. The trainee shall be having an opportunity to directly work under: Dr. Adish Aggarwala, Senior Advocate (Special Counsel, Government of India, Chairman, All India Bar Association).
Some of the bad things which I witnessed at HRLN, Allahabad were that there was a rush. Everyone wanted that the PIL should be in their name only, so this created a lot of conflict over there. Too much of competition was present over there, in order to make them feel our presence we had
Applications for unpaid Summer Internship during May, 2014 to September, 2014 [any time period] are invited from interested and willing post-graduate and research students as well as under-graduate students (who have completed 2nd year of 3 or 4 years’ Degree Course) to familiarize them with the overall process involved in the formulation of Five Year
My main task was to read case files and research on the upcoming matters in the High Court. Ma’am would ask me to prepare a case in a way in which I would argue and ask me questions after I thought I had it researched. By Tarika Jain, Gujarat National Law University, 2nd year,
If you really want some work big time, Tempus Law, Hyderabad is the place where one would want to be. There was only one day in my entire internship period, where I did not have any work (being jobless is actually quite pathetic, unlike contrary opinions). By Pabitra Dutta, ILS Law College, Pune, III
Good work environment, an environment which forces you to work even if you don't want to. Friendly people, who will help you even if you are a little shy to ask help from them. People were very interesting to discuss a topic with and they enlightened me a lot about child rights issues. They were
I was assigned tasks on a daily basis. I was mainly given the work of a researcher. My work basically revolved around the Right to Education and free legal aid according to National Legal Services Authorities Act. By Srishti, ILS Law College, Pune, 1st year
It also taught me that these so-called disabled adults were actually very creative and imaginative. It taught me simplicity and patience. My internship experience at Advitya was a very fulfilling and playful one.
The Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy (Vidhi) is inviting applications for internships from students enrolled in a recognised five-year law programme at any Indian university for assisting Vidhi Fellows on legal policy work in corporate and financial regulation.
Praxto Foundation is an independent, internationally recognized, non-profit and non-governmental organization. The foundation is an initiative by Praxto Group is a conglomerate with diversified interests in Agriculture, Education, Entertainment, Healthcare, Hospitality, Media, Services and Sports.
Six weeks flew by. And if it were for me, I would have loved to intern here longer. Till date, whenever I go grocery shopping, my room-mate always complains that I’ve become brand conscious. Once, I even convinced her to buy Lifebuoy over Dettol. By Anonymous
My main tasks at Vichar Partners were mostly research work and once or twice I helped the associated draft certain documents. I researched mainly on Botswana Companies Act, Mines and Minerals Act, 1957, Indian Contract Act, 1872, and the new guidelines under the Clinical Trial and Arbitration Act.
UILS, Chandigarh conducted it's third edition of UILS National Client Counseling Competition, 2014 in which Sanya Agarwal and Gaurav Pathak from Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University (RMLNLU), Lucknow emerged as the winners. Interview by Nupur Walia
I recommend this firm to every law student interested in litigation and keen on learning, to intern here because this will definitely be the one of the better internships you can ask for practical knowledge. By Kanwarjot Kaur, 2nd Year, University Institute of Legal Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh
Maya Foundation was in charge of a homeless shelter which provided free night time shelter to people sleeping on the streets at night. However it was seen that despite being aware of the facilities provided, many people still seemed to prefer sleeping on the streets. By Anshuman Bose, KIIT School of Law, 1st Year
Prof. Shubhankar Dam, Singapore Management University School of Law, Singapore, is looking for 2 research assistants to conduct research on a topic on law and governance in India. It will involve collecting and collating data, locating legislation and articles, finding cases and preparing notes etc.
Prof. Shubhankar Dam, Singapore Management University School of Law, Singapore, is looking for 2 research assistants to conduct research on a topic on law and governance in India. It will involve collecting and collating data, locating legislation and articles, finding cases and preparing notes etc. Basic knowledge of modern Indian political history will be useful!
The NGO mainly deals with promotion of education amongst the under privileged children. They stay in slums or at the roadside. Here they are taught the basics of education that why education is needed and the problems that they will face if they are illiterate.