About the Institute
The University of Delhi, informally known as Delhi University, is a collegiate public central university, located in New Delhi, India. It was founded in 1922 by an Act of the Central Legislative Assembly.
About the Internship
Internship positions are available in the Chamber of Dr. Narender Nagarwal at Faculty of Law, University of Delhi.
About Dr. Narender Nagarwal
Dr. Narender Nagarwal is Assistant Professor at Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. Dr. Nagarwal’s teaching and research interests include Minorities Law, Criminal Justice Administration, Constitutional Law and Human Rights.
You will work under a highly challenging and rewarding research environment. Analysis and research shall include (but not limited to) areas encompassing Constitutional Law, Human Rights Law, Minorities Law and other allied fields. You will engage in Judgment Analysis, Report and Précis writing, Data Analysis and Interpretation, Quantitative and Statistical Analysis and Presentation(Graphs, Tables and Charts, etc.), Trend identification and analysis, etc. The intensive programme shall equip you with valuable and in-depth insights and experience, which will be an asset to your long-term career growth.
Candidates must be currently enrolled in a college or university, or a recent graduate. Must be highly motivated, and self-driven. Must be fluent in English-written and verbal. Proficient with Office Software (Word, Excel).
Duration of Internship: 3 Months
Timings: 10 AM to 3 PM (Monday to Saturday)
Rs. 10,000/- per month
Students pursuing an LLM/MPhil/MA from any College/University or recent graduates.
How to Apply?
Interested candidates shall send their
CV/Résumé along with a Writing Sample and a Cover Letter to: narendern40[at]outlook.com. The subject of the email should be “Internship Application 2019”.
Send in your applications by 25th November 2019. Selected candidates will be informed within 7 days of their application.
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