Think India Research Fellowship on International Law [Sep 1, 2018-July 31, 2019, Bangalore]: Apply by Aug 10

Think India invites applications from interested and essentially motivated students for an exemplary International research assistantship program with Dr. Aniruddha Rajput, Member, International Law Commission (United Nations).

Think India is known as a premiere student organization which endeavours to provide learning  platform to students from various disciplines with a view to encourage and promote thorough and relevant academic discussions by way of undertaking various incentives time and again.

This opportunity is an excellent prospect for students who wish to identify and enhance their research and drafting skills and also, to those who aspire to work in the field of International Law in the future.


Applicant must have studied International Law as a main subject during his V year/III Year, whichever applies, LLB course and must necessarily possess excellent reading, articulation, research and lingual (English) skills.

The selected applicants will be providing assistance in terms of qualified legal and technical statements based on in-depth study of principles of International Law.


The entire duration of this Research Assistantship Program is 11 months, commencing from 1st of September (Saturday) and concluding on 31st of July, 2019.

Application Procedure

The interested students are required to send their application on

The application shall include the following documents:

  • Duly updated Résumé
  • Statement of purpose
  • An essay on any of the ongoing topics under consideration at the International Law Commission which shall not exceed 1000 words. The topics can be found at the official website of the Inter International Law Commission.

The interested students can send their applications by 10th of August, 2018 (Friday).

No applications shall be considered after the aforementioned date.

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