Internship Experience @ NALSAR’s Centre for Disability Studies

By | June 7, 2017

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Excerpt

There were two slot of interns with 10 students each + Padma Ma’am (secretary of Prof. Dhandha) + Nishtha Ma’am (PhD Scholar and teacher NALSAR).

Name of Student

Aishwarya Himanshu Singh

Name of College, Year of Study

Banasthali University, Rajasthan, V year

Name of the organization

NALSAR’s Centre for Disability Studies

Duration of the internship

 1 month (15th June ’16- 15th July ’16)

How big was the office?

A single hall with a partition in between dividing the study and the conference room.

Team strength

There were two slot of interns with 10 students each + Padma Ma’am (secretary of Prof. Dhandha) + Nishtha Ma’am (PhD Scholar and teacher NALSAR).

Application procedure

Watch out for the call for interns and then send out an application to [email protected]

Accommodation

They charge 5000/ month for accommodation at the campus with food and Wi-Fi.

First impression, first-day formalities

No formalities as such, we had an orientation session post and introduction session and post that our tasks were allotted.

Main tasks

Bring inputs on the upcoming report of CDS

Work environment

Very Good,  I felt as if working with the best slot of co-interns.

Best things

You get to make a contribution in a country report.

Bad things

The campus is too far from the main city. It costs a lot in case you want to have some good time on the weekends. Also, railway stations & airports are also really distant (around 80kms).

Stipend/ month

Nil

Biggest lessons

Research has no end. It is you who has to decide its limits.

 

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