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Internship Opportunity at Centre for Tax Laws, NLU Delhi: Apply by Sep 21

By: Aprajita Karki | September 16, 2019

About the Organisation

National Law University, Delhi is a law university in India, offering courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

Who can apply?

Students enrolled in the 3/ 5-year law programs (LLB)

Time period

Internship: You will be hired as an intern for a 4-week period. Your internship can be extended on request.

Student Associate: You will be hired as a student associate of the centre for a period of 6 months.

Work

Designing Team: Would be responsible for designing the newsletters and brochures for CTL.

Research Team: Would be responsible for writing a weekly newsletter that will be put up on the official website of CTL. This weekly newsletter will additionally be

News and Outreach Team: Would be responsible for giving a list of topics that should be covered in the newsletter. This will include landmark cases, recent judgements, any news relevant to the topic. You will also be in charge of contacting certain people on behalf of the Centre for Guest Articles for the newsletter.

Remuneration and Perks

  1. You will get an Internship Certificate at the completion of the internship which will explain briefly the tasks you performed and the research projects you were part of.
  2. No stipend for Interns.
  3. Stipend for Students Associates will be performance-based.

Number of Positions

We will accept candidates on the basis of their experience and interest.

Application Process

Please send the following documents to ctl[at]nludelhi.ac.in latest by 21 September 2019.

  1. CV (max 2 pages)
  2. Statement of Purpose (500 words)

Contact Information

Abhishek Jain: 8076218908

E-mail: abhishek.jain17[at]nludelhi.ac.in

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Aprajita Karki

I am an army girl! In a barbie world! Keeper of 5 dogs. On a diet for now. Sometimes I might make punctuation mistakes, but I make up for it by bringing in a crore or two extra. What's more important, a misplaced comma, or a well-placed crore?

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