Internship @ Navjyoti India Foundation, Delhi: Disciplined Work Place, Socio Economic Research, No Stipend

Name of Organisation, Location, Team Strength

Navjyoti India Foundation, Delhi

Application Process

NGO provides with a online CV portal on their website. or one can send his/her own CV to their e-mail id.

Contact no. 011 2595 3095

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Duration of internship and timings

One month – 6th December to 6th January

There is no as such timing. one is expected to reach the office by 11 am.
Timings are flexible.

imagesFirst impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

It is a very disciplined place to work at. Since it is founded by Kiran Bedi, it works in a very well organized manner with different departments handling specific directional work.

There are no as such first day formalities though one is expected to be in proper formal attire and behave in a cultured and disciplined manner.

Main tasks

Research work was done on different socio-economic topics. surveys are also conducted by the interns. Educational tours are taken to slum areas and people are made aware about the latest laws which will eventually help them grow and develop.

Work environment and people

Work Environment is very comfortable. everybody is friendly and approachable.

Best things

You to learn a lot of things as the colleagues are extremely co-operative.

Bad things

commuting to the NGO is a problem. but that can be side lined for the benefits that you get for your work.



Biggest Lessons

My experience at the NGO has proved to be a very valuable help to me so far. The kind of research and work I had been assigned has helped me a lot in my studies too.

The research work conducted was mainly related to the day to day problems of “The common people” along with some very serious issues.

All of which had great relevancy to the topics covered in the college curriculum.

Any Other Thing

The work done is not merely a formality done but instead you feel as if you actually contributed and gave back to the society in your own way.

Disclaimer: Internship experiences are opinions shared by individual law students and tend to be personal and subjective in nature. The internship experiences shared on Lawctopus are NOT Lawctopus official views on the internship.

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