RGICS 2020 Internships


Our internship program provides learning opportunities to youth from diverse backgrounds and provides them a platform to channelize their creative approach and contribute to our research and policy work.

We invite applications from young, bright and zealous students who are keen to dedicate their time and energies for making a difference in shaping public policy.

Enhance knowledge about various contemporary issues and shaping public policy.
Opportunity to interact with a variety of discourse partners – policy makers; politicians; members of civil society, media, academia and other organizations.
Exposure to an active work environment.
Constant guidance and mentoring from professionals and experts in the team.
Opportunity to write and publish for RGICS outputs.

Research, write, and edit articles on contemporary issues facing India
Understand and critically evaluate issues related to policy making.
Create an understanding of the impact of public policy on citizens/society.
Able to crunch and analyse data.
Work with other members of the team and provide research assistance to senior members.
Support in organizing different events.
Assist with other projects as required

Minimum Qualification: Post Graduation in Economics/Social Sciences, Law/or other related subject(s). Graduates with keen interest in public policy may also apply.
Good knowledge about critical and contemporary issues.
Strong writing and research skills
Innovativeness and willingness to learn.

An intern is required to work full-time for minimum 10 weeks.
The internship will be based in Delhi and may require travel.

Stipend will be paid as per the organization norms.

Interested candidates are requested to send in their updated resume with a recent writing sample (minimum 500 words) to careers@rgics.org. Please mention “Application for Internship” in subject line.

Disclaimer: RGICS is the division of the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation engaged in the study of contemporary issues. The views represented in the various papers/articles/videos on the RGICS website are those of the respective authors /speakers and do not represent the views of the Trustees of the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation.