About the Internship
The program is open for application from students enrolled in 2nd-5th years in the five-year integrated course and 2nd -3rd year in the three-year LLB course.
The intern will be expected to undergo extensive research during the period of internship. The intern shall also be required to work on different articles and research papers and may assist the Centre in its day-to-day functioning.
Punctuality and sincerity is the sine qua non for this internship and therefore, it is expected that the intern shall diligently take up the tasks allotted to them.
The internship will be for a minimum of four weeks and may extend on the request of the intern only after the approval of the internship coordinator. The internship will function on a remote working policy until the RGNUL Campus physically reopens.
Number of Vacancies
Now accepting interns.
The selection for the internship shall be conducted over the successful completion of a three-step process.
In the first stage of the process, the candidate is required to submit its Curriculum Vitae (CV) and an Expression of Interest (EOI) as to why they wish to intern with the Centre. The same has to be mailed to email@example.com. The CV and EOI should be in pdf format.
After selection and longlisting as per the first stage, the candidates will be required to fill in a formal questionnaire where each candidate shall be given two situation-based questions and the candidate shall be expected to answer them in 200 words each. The questions will aim to assess their writing skills and application of the law.
The third and final stage shall be an interview round of those candidates who are selected after the second stage. Under this round, the candidates shall be assessed on their preliminary knowledge of the concerned discipline, their presence of mind as well as enthusiasm and interest to work with the CCV.
Acknowledgement of Application
The candidates applying for the month of October 2021 have to submit their required documents by the 10th of September. No entries will be accepted after this date.
The CCV shall revert to the candidates by the 15th of September with the list of candidates who are selected for the second round as per the application process.
Further communication and information shall be conducted with the candidates through e-mail or any other electronic platform.
A certificate of completion of internship shall be provided to each intern who successfully completes a four-week internship.
Letter of appreciation shall also be provided to only those interns who have performed with excellence.
There shall be no stipend provided to any intern.
Feel free to drop us a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sahajveer Baweja: 8949059106
Aastha Singh: 9971585450
“The internship made me understand the nuances of research in Criminal law with the right methodology. I am grateful for the same and the overall experience was very enriching.”
Priyanshi Jain, Institute of Law, Nirma University, 2nd year
“Through this internship I explored one more aspect of law learning, NDPS Act is a vast statute. There is so much to explore and understand and through this internship I was able to do it. My mentor truly guided me through all of it, she helped me from laying down parameters to analysing the same.”
Megha Mishra, Delhi Metropolitan Education, GGSIPU, Delhi, 4th year
“This internship programme provided me with excellent practical and technical learning opportunities. Initially, I found the tasks to be slightly lengthy, but as I continued with consistency, I realised that the basic foundation of every research work lies within the technicalities. I was enlightened by the fact that the basic skeleton of research work begins with a systematic, organised and structured literature review. So far, my understanding of literature review was very vague and inadequate. It was through this internship programme that I learned that literature review is a vital and laborious task. It not only strengthens the foundation of your research work but also provides you with in-depth contextual knowledge that ultimately leads your research work in the right direction. After completing this internship programme, I was able to draw a comparison between my previous research methodology knowledge and the knowledge I obtained during my journey as a CCV intern and clearly perceived the difference. From this, I would conclude that while every research internship programme can only scratch the surface of the iceberg, there are very few that strengthen your skills from the ground up, and I am happy to say that this was one such internship programme where my fundamentals of research methodology were clarified. I also hope to publish some great, creative and original research papers in the near future.”
Tanisha Sharma, Delhi Metropolitan Education University (GGSIPU), Delhi, 4th year
“The internship was educational and the tasks given helped me gain an insight into various legal issues such as rehabilitation of victims, prison conditions, effectiveness of the judicial machinery, etc. My internship coordinator was extremely helpful and she clarified all my doubts no matter how simple they were. I had an overall good experience.”
Vidhathri Mysore, Christ (Deemed to be University), Bangalore, 3rd year