Global India Foundation (GIF) is offering full and part-time internships for graduate and post graduate students who are interested in acquiring practical experience in public policy and international affairs. Interns are required to participate in research, writing and project assistance. Internships are offered for a period ranging from 4-8 weeks. However, the tenure is flexible and shall depend on the project an intern is associated with.
Eligibility for Internship:
Knowledge of English Language is mandatory,
Good standing in college and/or university level,
Should possess decent computer skills (familiarity with MS Word, MS office, the Internet etc.).
Interested applicants should E-mail/mail to the undersigned along with
An updated curriculum vitae,
A statement of purpose of approximately 500 words, and
A letter of reference (academic/professional) – (optional).
Ms. Anindita Basu worked as a Research Assistant with Global India Foundation. She earned her B.A. degree in Comparative Literature from Jadavpur University. In addition to interning with The Telegraph and Times of India as a journalist she has also worked with ABP Ananda as a Marketing Intern, prior to joining the Foundation. She is currently pursuing her Masters Degree in Comparative Literature from Jadavpur University.
Ms. Laharee Chatterjee worked as a Research Assistant with Global India Foundation. She has completed her BA in Political Science and International Relations from Jadavpur University and completed her Postgraduation in Broadcast Journalism from Asian College of Journalism, Chennai. She has, previously, worked with The New Indian Express and the Bengal Post as part of the Editorial team prior to joining the Foundation. She is currently pursuing her Masters in International Security at the University of Sussex.
Ms. Angana Chattopadhyay is pursuing her post graduation in Political Science with International Relations from the Department of International Relations, Jadavpur University, Kolkata. She completed her undergraduate studies from the same institution. She is also employed with Alliance Française du Bengale as a French Language Teacher. At the Foundation, she is working on a project entitled Oral History Documentation in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Ms. Anusua Chowdhury has completed her post graduation in Modern History from Presidency University, Kolkata. She is also an associate author and member of Grin Verlag, Munich, Germany. At the Foundation she is working on a project entitled Gaza-Israel War: Middle East Jumps into a Cauldron of Violence.
Mr.Saptarshi Majumdar worked in the capacity of Research Assistant at the Global India Foundation, between March 2011-May2011. He worked on 'India-Russia Bilateral Ties' and 'India's Engagement with Central Asia'.
Ms. Payel Sen, student of International Relations, Jadavpur University interned with the Foundation from December 2009 to January 2010. During the course of her internship, she worked on the foreign policy aspects that sculpt the bilateral relations between Iran and India and presented a paper on ‘Iran’s Foreign Policy vis-a`-vis Indian Foreign Policy’.
Ms. Priyanka Jain, student of Economics and Law from Singapore Management University, Singapore, interned with Global India Foundation from June, 2007 to July, 2007. During the course of her internship, she worked on ‘India and Singapore: Opportunities and Partners’ focussing on the possible trade and diplomatic ties between the two countries, and presented a paper on the same.
Ms. Mihika Tewari, from McGill University, Canada, interned with Global India Foundation from May, 2007 to July, 2007. During the course of her internship, she worked on ‘The Dynamics of Sino-Indian Bilateral Relations,’ and presented a paper on the same.