Internships in India

Meero’s core mission is to empower photographers to focus on what they love: photography! We take care of the rest by relying on tech and AI.
Through the India Fellow program, we want to capture the attention of young people from all walks of life, with diverse career interests, to dig in and get their hands dirty, to get to know the development challenges through the hands-on work, training and coaching.
The Rajiv Gandhi Foundation provides excellent interning opportunities to students and young people who would like to create a positive difference in this world. Most of these opportunities are aligned with the programmes that the Foundation implements.
India Smart Cities Internship (ISCI) is a structured and guided work-based learning program around smart cities.
This program is designed to fully immerse you in the day-to-day activities of one of our divisions.
The Sanskriti Pratishthan invites applications for its annual Smt Madhobi Chatterji Memorial Fellowship in Indian Classical Music and Dance from young artists who wish to contribute towards enriching the art form.
The Sanskriti Pratishthan invites applications for its annual Sanskriti - Kalakriti Fellowship in Performing Arts from young performing artists who wish to contribute towards enriching their respective art form.
"Situational Management & Inter Learning Establishment Society" popularly known as SMILE Society /SMILE NGO was established in 31st Aug 2003 later Registered under Indian Society Act in 2004 .SMILE Was founded by a young social worker named Mr.Debabrata Chakraborty with the support of his entire family and few motivated friends who really wanted to bring smile to every child through Volunteering.
World Youth Council is a leading not-for-profit organization working towards empowering youth development and action in 7 countries.
You have the power to make a difference in this world through experiential learning and applied research by volunteering, interning, standing out and empowering rural communities in India.
Set up in 1990, ORF seeks to lead and aid policy thinking towards building a strong and prosperous India in a fair and equitable world. It helps discover and inform India’s choices, and carries Indian voices and ideas to forums shaping global debates.
Atma provides volunteering opportunities to talented candidates across the world to apply their skills in a challenging work environment in Mumbai.
The Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS) in New Delhi, a well-regarded independent think tank on security and foreign policy in South Asia, has an Interns & Visiting Fellows program for budding postgraduate students.
Education is fundamental to an equitable society. An excellent education equips children and youth with the knowledge, skills, values, and mindsets needed to be empowered individuals and responsible citizens.
Research Internship scheme provides an opportunity to young individuals to expose themselves to cutting edge research in central banking.
The summer placements afford an opportunity to domestic and foreign students to expose themselves to an actual central banking environment and undertake projects on the issues relevant to the Central Bank with the guidance from experts and professionals in the Central Bank. Life with the RBI is not just another career.
South Asia Youth Environment Network (SAYEN) was set up in July 2002. Supported by the UNEP Regional Office, Asia and the Pacific; SAYEN is linked to TUNZA, UNEP’s strategy for engaging young people in environmental activities and in the work of UNEP
The aim for registering the organisation was to carry out development activities towards the holistic development of the marginalised and deprived section of the society. The aim was to reach out to the person standing last in the line.
At Goldman Sachs, we believe who you are makes you better at what you do. We seek out people with all types of skills, interests and experiences.
The Raman Research Institute was founded in 1948 by the Indian physicist and Nobel Laureate, Sir C V Raman, to continue his studies and basic research after he retired from the Indian Institute of Science.
The internship programme provides an excellent opportunity for budding scholars to familiarize themselves with the process of formulation of foreign policy and its implementation by the Government of India.
The Lighthouse Project is a not-for-profit in Mumbai that connects working professionals and college students with children from under resourced communities, through one-on-one mentoring in a safe environment.
The Concerned for Working Children is a not-for-profit secular, democratic development agency based in Bengaluru, India. Active since the late 1970s, we were one of the first organisations in India to focus on working children and their needs.
Jagriti Yatra is a 15-day long, national train journey that will take you 8000 kilometers across the length and breadth of India, to understand and build the India of smaller towns and villages through enterprise.

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