About the organisation
National Law University, Delhi is a law university in India, offering courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
The Centre for Criminology and Victimology at National Law University, Delhi has been set up with the objective of promoting research, training, policy analysis and consultancy in the field of Criminal Justice, Criminal Law, Criminology and Victimology.
The Centre is looking to engage full/part-time interns on a rolling basis to assist with the activities of the Centre at National Law University, Delhi.
- The interns shall primarily be required to conduct research in the areas of Criminal Justice, Criminal Law, Criminology and Victimology under the supervision and guidance of Research Associates/Assistants of the Centre.
- The interns shall also be expected to be involved with other activities of the Centre including the organisation of seminars, conferences, workshops and symposiums.
National Law University Delhi, Pocket 1, Sector 14 Dwarka, Dwarka, New Delhi, Delhi 110078, India.
Criteria for selection
- Previous internships
- Preference will be given to the students who have completed two years of the five-year integrated LLB Programme/two years of a three year LLB Programme.
- Preference will be given to candidates residing in Delhi/NCR region.
Who can apply?
No stipend/TA/Accommodation will be provided.
Duration of internship
The applicants are required to mention the duration of their availability at the time of application itself. Minimum duration is four weeks. Preference shall be given to applicants who are available for longer durations.
All Applicants are required to apply at least two months prior to the proposed starting date of the internship.
The applicants are required to submit their CVs and a Statement of Purpose (maximum 400 words) to intern: ccv[at]nludelhi.ac.in mentioning the period of internship for which they are available.
The interns shall be informed of their selection via email.
The official link is here.
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