Internship Opportunity @ National Crime Records Bureau, Delhi: Apply by April 30

About the organisation

National Crime Records Bureau was set-up in 1986 to function as a repository of information on crime and criminals so as to assist the investigators in linking crime to the perpetrators, based on the recommendations of the National Police Commission (1977-1981) and the MHA’s Taskforce (1985).

Nature of internship

National Crime Records Bureau, an attached office of Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India invites applications for Internship Programme – 2019 from eligible students/candidates as per the NCRB Internship Scheme.

  • Application of Internship should be duly forwarded by the Director/Dean/Head of Department of the respective College/University.
  • Students pursuing Post-Graduation degree in Law are eligible.
  • The applicant will be required to submit self-attested Mark sheet/Certificate starting from class XII, at the time of acceptance of the offer for an internship.
  • During the internship period, the students will be regular in attendance and misbehaviour of any intern in any form would be seriously viewed.
  • The intern will follow the same dress code and disciplinary norms as applicable to the employees of the Bureau.
  • The internship completion certificate would be given subject to the assessment of the student at the end of the internship.

Deadline: Colleges/Universities can forward the names of eligible students to this Bureau at least by 30 April 2019.

Location

New Delhi, India

Who can apply

Post-Graduation degree in Law.

Duration of internship

The Student Internship would be full-time, a minimum of 15 days to 2 months.

The internship is a full-time programme and hence interns are required to observe working hours of the Government of India (9.30 am to 6.00 pm).

Application Procedure

Colleges/Institutions/Universities can apply for internship only once during the calendar year online/offline.

Direct application from the interns shall not be entertained.

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