Internship Experience @ Model Governance Foundation, Online: Improve Writing Skills, Learn the Importance of Deadlines

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Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID


Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength

Model Governance Foundation,Online Internship

Application Process

One can mail to after the call for interns are invited.

Duration of internship and timings

One month

First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

You get a choice to write an article of your idea and send it for publication to the blog’s website

Main tasks

They will provide you with a topic beforehand and ask you to wrote an article of around 1200-1500 words.

The article will go for scrutinization and it will be published within a weeks time.

Work environment and people

The team is too good and regularly conducts conferences and events to promote their work . One of such events was Samwaad.

Best things

The best thing is you get to know a lot about drafting in a professional way. Ranging from spelling corrections and grammatical mistakes, to how to arrange the images and paras according to your article, gets you a lot of learning.

Above all you get your article online published.

Bad things

Strict adherence to deadline. I literally got a mail saying that such laxity wont be tolerated, when I went a little lazy. 😛



Biggest Lessons

Punctuality and regularity.

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