Niti Manthan is a no-profit, pro-bono initiative to motivate and inspire young students on various socio-legal themes and to guide them traverse the righteous path throughout the endeavour of their personal and professional lives.
By having a direct interaction and by the exchange of views with experienced legal minds and researching, conceptualizing and correspondingly reporting according to the selected avenue given below. Niti Manthan currently functions in the areas of legal blogs, internships, e-classes, Young Leaders for Legal Literacy Program, Research centres, certificate courses and lecture series.
About the Internship
Niti Manthan is opening both technical and research Internship applications starting from September 2020 under various fields.
Time Period: One month (Can be extended depending on the field of internship)
The departments open for Internship currently are as follows:
Kamakhya: Niti Manthan Menstrual Health Project: The project would both be a collaborative awareness effort to create a real difference. The focus would be on preparing menstrual health awareness modules and percolating awareness amongst school students and kids in the semi-urban spaces. The project would also aim at empowering the women community in vulnerable sections of society by aiding them to establish a manufacturing chain of cloth-based sanitary napkins.
Centre for Medical and Health Law Ethic Studies: This Niti Manthan research centre is a unique effort to collaborate the complexities of legal rulings and medical issues. The aim is for young upcoming professionals to have open conversations towards an effective policy making in the healthcare sector. For the centre’s first project, a doctrinal research shall be conducted to understand the ‘Conflicting Rights and Responsibilities of the Physician-Patient Relationship w.r.t the Medical Protection Act (MPA)’.
An enrolled regular student of Law, Medicine or Psychology; or a student/professional having experience in these sectors, is eligible to apply. The learning affinity and a spirit for constructive research is a sine-qua-non.
Submit your CV along with a Statement of Purpose (Maximum: 200 words submitted in the same document as the CV). In case the number of applicants is high, a second shortlisting could be conducted on basis of an interview round.
Architi Batra: +91 9643720882
Madhav Gawri: +91 8700568976
Nidhi Pathak: +91 9599583729 (for video editors and digital content)
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