Navodaya Law Scholars Program (NLSP) is a joint initiative of Bharat Navodaya Abhiyan (BNA) and Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti, Ministry of HRD, Government of India to prepare future Law Scholars from the grassroots. This is a 2-year fully funded, fully residential, and a co-educational leadership program for Law aspirants from rural India.
Top 50 high school students are selected every year to prepare them for the National Law Universities. Along with the coaching for CLAT & AILET, students also receive school education for 11th & 12th and inputs in leadership & life skills for college, career and life ahead.
About the Internship
We are primarily seeking Law college students and graduates who can teach one or more components of current CLAT syllabus.
The scope is also for Interns who may be interested in teaching school curriculum to 11th and 12th Std. students, content writing, filing RTIs or petitions in the court, preparing communication strategies, interviewing democracy leaders, organizing and managing events, fundraising etc. One can also suggest her own interest, for example, one may want to archive the project or file a PIL on a subject concerning the focus of the Initiative.
Flexible. Interns would be communicated exact details during orientation as per their chosen/assigned work.
Should be a student or graduate of top NLUs
Verbal and written communication skills
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to build relationships with stakeholders
Duration/timings: Should contribute a minimum of 08 hours per week for part-time and 45 days in case of a full-time engagement.
Stipend, perks & certificate
Free of cost Accomodation and Food will be provided on the 24×7 operational BNA campus at Bahraich in Uttar Pradesh. Travel and any other out of the pocket expenses can be reimbursed upon request.
A Certificate co-signed by the representatives of Government and BNA would be provided upon successful completion.
Ideal exposure opportunity for individuals aspiring to get into Teaching, Judiciary, Politics, Policymaking, Civil Services, NGOs, or civic engagement space.
This engagement may also culminate into a full-time job subject to the suitability of the candidate.
Learning from a wide variety of public leaders, philanthropists, NGO leaders, social entrepreneurs and experts to understand and address gaps in the ecosystem.
How to apply?
Record and send a video ‘Statement of Purpose’ along with a cover letter explaining why you want to Intern with us and your CV at the bnaheadquarters[at]gmail.com. We will stop evaluating applications once we find required no. of relevant candidates.
Last date: Rolling deadline
We are looking to hire immediately and request you to send your applications as soon as possible to maximize your chances of selection.
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