The Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions is a ministry of the Government of India in personnel matters specially issues concerning recruitment, training, career development, staff welfare as well as the post retirement dispensation.
The Department of Personnel and Training is a part of Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions.
About the internship
The Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions’s Department of Personnel and Training is calling applications for the internship to conduct an analysis of RTI Applications in selected Public Authorities.
Number of Interns Required
Who can apply?
Undergraduates who are in the second and third year pursuing five years integrated course in Law or graduates in the first and second year pursuing three years graduation course in Law from a recognised and reputed University.
Interns will be entitled to consolidated remuneration of Rs. 20,000/- (Rupees Twenty Thousand only) payable on submission and acceptance of their Internship Reports by the competent authority ar DoPT.
Duration of internship
The internship would be for a duration of 2 months, starting from 15th June 2019.
The applications/CV for internship should be accompanied by a recommendation letter from the University/College and self-attested copy of Identity Card issued by the institution. The last date of receiving a duly filled application form along with enclosures mention below in the office is 10th June 2019 by 5:00 PM.
Applications may be sent through E-mail at the ID usir-dopt[at]nic.in or physically at the address- Shri S.K.Mishra, Under Secretary (IR) DoPT, Room number 215 A-III, North Block, New Delhi.
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