Doctoral scholarship will be awarded to registered Ph.D. Scholars from UGC recognized reputed Indian Universities/ Deemed Universities/ Colleges, IIMs having University/IIMs approved Ph.D. Programme to pursue and complete their Doctoral Research in Auditing, Taxation, Commerce, Management and Accounting. The candidates must have confirmed Ph.D. Registration.


  • Membership of ICAI
  • At least 75% in 10th and 12th Standard
  • Age should be less than 40 years on the date of application
  • Candidate shall be Full-Time Student at the University/College/ Institution while pursuing a Ph.D. for their attendance and Classes
  • Candidates shall not avail of any other scholarship for the same

Other Criteria:

  • Only the applicants who have applied for a Ph.D. after the introduction of the ICAI Doctoral Scholarship Scheme 2020 (May 7, 2020) are encouraged to apply for the scheme.
  • The application shall be forwarded by the supervisor of the candidate for Ph.D. or any other competent signing authority of the University/College/Institution.
  • Candidates are advised to apply only if they are pursuing a Ph.D. in the relevant and contemporary topic considering the current economic scenario matching with ICAI mandate, intent to add value to the society, scalable, and have global relevance.

How to Apply:

Following documents must be sent to:

Research Committee The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India ICAI Bhawan 8th Floor, Administrative Building, A-29, Sector 62, NOIDA-201309, UP.

  1. Application Form
  2. Research proposal & abstract (3000 and 300 words respectively)
  3. Relevant Enclosures (Details given in Application Form
    All the documents should be received before 31st August 2021 duly signed and stamped by Supervisor of the candidate for Ph.D. or any other competent signing authority of the University/

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This unique opportunity primarily involves assisting the MP in their legislative work associated with the Parliament, which includes

  • Legislative Research
  • Data Analysis
  • Submitting Parliamentary Questions
  • Framing speeches for parliamentary interventions
  • Drafting Private Member Bills
  • Constituency related work
  • Preparing editorials and news snippets for publication

Legislative intern will have to perform research on various subjects related to science, economics, law etc. In addition they will be mentored by a Member of Parliament (MP) during the course of the internship. Also they will gain first-hand experience about working at the confluence of politics and policy.

Eligibility and Selection:

MP’s seek to engage with pro-active individuals having passion to work in the field of policy making:

  • Individuals must be between the ages of 18 and 25 years.
  • Working for 8-12 weeks as an intern is mandatory. (15-20 hours per WEEK)
  • Can work both in online and offline mode.

Why should an individual apply?

  • Comprehensive development of research abilities.
  • Gives broad understanding of various subject domains.
  • Letters of Recommendation along with guidance from MP’s for future course of action.
  • Experiential learning in the field of policy making.
  • Provides an edge over other candidates during interviews and other selection process.
  • Fully paid trip to Delhi during the Monsoon session of Parliament (Subject to Government restrictions).
  • Apart from these it paves way for myriad of openings and job opportunities in the politico-policy space. Interns are encouraged to make maximum use of this opportunity.

How to Apply?

  • Interested applicants can apply for the internship through this link.
  • Candidates will be short listed after evaluating the answers. These individuals will be called for an interview before the final selection.

Apply By:

May 4, 2021

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An opportunity for young Commonwealth citizens to share their thoughts, ideas and experiences on key global issues and have their hard work and achievement celebrated internationally.

About the Competition

The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition is the world’s oldest international writing competition for schools, established in 1883. With thousands of young people taking part each year, it is an important way to recognise achievement, elevate youth voices and develop key skills through creative writing.

For 2021 the Competition theme is Community in the Commonwealth. With the global spread of COVID-19, we’ve seen the lives of many Commonwealth citizens affected. However, through adversity, societies came together and stories of growth, community and hope continue to emerge. View the topics for 2021.

Each year, aspiring young writers are asked to submit their pieces in response to a theme. Recent themes have included Climate Action in the Commonwealth (2020), A Connected Commonwealth (2019), Towards a Common Future (2018), A Commonwealth for Peace (2017) and ‘An Inclusive Commonwealth’ (2016); drawing out innovative ideas for positive change and encouraging entrants to consider new perspectives. The theme is rooted in Commonwealth values, providing an interesting introduction to the network and allowing young people to explore their own connection to the Commonwealth, whilst fostering an empathetic and open-minded world view.


  • Nationals and residents of all Commonwealth countries and territories aged 18 and under are eligible to enter the competition, including entrants from Zimbabwe.
  • All entries must be written in English
  • Entries are accepted from residents of non-Commonwealth countries who submit through their local RCS branch.
  • Entrants can be presented in any form/method of creative writing. Pictures/Illustrations are particularly encouraged in the Junior Category.


COMMUNITY IN THE COMMONWEALTH With the global spread of COVID-19, we’ve seen the lives of many Commonwealth citizens affected. However through adversity, societies came together and stories of growth, community and hope continue to emerge.

Entries will be accepted from 1 May 2021 until 30 June 2021.

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Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow invites original manuscripts in the form of articles, essays, notes and comments on any topic of contemporary relevance in the field of law for publication in the University’s flagship RMLNLU Journal.

The full text of the published volumes of the Journal is available on and The contents of the same may also be accessed from:

Submission Guidelines:

  1. Submissions are to be made in English language only.
  2. Teachers, Academicians, Lawyers and Jurists may contribute papers in RMLNLUJ. Papersfrom students are not accepted in RMLNLUJ.
  3. The word limit for the submissions (excluding footnotes) is 3,000-5,000 for articles and2,000-3,000 for notes and comments.
  4. Abstract should be within 350-500 words along with 05 keywords.
  5. The Editorial Committee of the Journal reserves the right to edit the manuscripts once it isselected for publication.
  6. Co-authorship is allowed within the two authors limit.
  7. The similarity report of the paper should be within 10% as per The UGC Academic Guidelines 2018 (
  8. It should be typed in Times New Roman, Font size 12, 1.15 line spacing. Headings should be in Capital letters at center line spacing.
  9. Footnoting should be in accordance with The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, 20th edition.
  10. The footnotes should be in Times New Roman, Font size 10, single line spacing.
  11. The electronic submissions should be made only in Microsoft word format.
  12. The electronic file of the document should contain Author’s name_Title of the paper.doc
  13. The final draft of the submission [Abstract (350-500 words) +05 keywords + Manuscript+Copyright Form] should be submitted in the electronic form and should be e-mailed to along with copyright form latest by 30th June 2021.

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By Paavni Thareja & Anshika Tomar

There’s a gender in your brain and a gender in your body. For 99% of people, those things are in alignment, for transgender people, they’re mismatched. That’s all it is. It’s not complicated, it’s not a neurosis, its a mix-up. It’s a birth defect, like a cleft palate.   – Chaz Bono


If the Sexual direction of a character is clashing or not interlinked socially with the sex they were consigned at the time of childhood or birth and accordingly moreover by sex work and cultural position which is routinely associated with that sexuality.

Understanding Transgender Community

Transgender people group incorporates Hijras, Eunuchs, Kothis, Shiv-Shakthis, and so forth., who have been a piece of Indian culture from hundreds of years. In the literature during vedic and puranic times which mention the famous literature “tritiyaprakriti” i.e. the 3rd sexual orientation along with the “napunsaka” who is a person with no ability and even no capacity of reproduction. Another most used term is utilized is “kinnar”, though “chhakka” is utilized in defamatory setting. Despite the fact that the greater part of the eunuchs seen today, asking at traffic signals or during weddings. They were regarded part during the Mughal rule in the medieval India. In Brits standard the Transgender were not provided common social status and were viewed as a different station or clan and they do capturing and maiming of youngsters and moved and disguised themselves as ladies.

Issues Faced by Transgenders

The primary issues that are being looked by the transgender network are of segregation, joblessness, absence of instructive offices, vagrancy, and cleanliness, despondency, tobacco and liquor misuse, and issues identified with marriage and appropriation. 

  • Disrespect: – They are disregarded in every single part of life with the exception of in hardly any cases like after the introduction of a kid for their endowments or to favor the recently married couple. 
  • They are told to leave their home: The transgender are not allowed to stay in their home because their parents feel shame to keep them and to accept the fact about their sexuality and in some cases the society forced them to leave their parental home. 
  • Unwanted consideration: – People concentrate on the Transgender out in the open. They attempt to make the scene by annoying, rebuffing, manhandling or reviling them. 
  • Rejection of section and entries: – The transgender are not allowed to enter easily in some places, such as parks, theaters, and many more. 
  • Rape along with maltreatment: – This is one of the most common ill-treatment which is faced by Transgender they get physically abused and raped too.
  •  They are not allowed to take part socially in any gatherings: This is one of the most serious problems that are faced by these transgender and are in from taking an interest in, social along with financial lifestyle. 
  • Transgender are denied of social and social interest and henceforth they have confined access to instruction, medicinal helps. It is also noticed that are not allowed to take part in any type of political thing and also they are not allowed to cast their votes during elections.

Rights of Transgender Bill, 2014

  • This Bill was introduced in upper house on 12t Dec, 2014 and was approved on 24th April, 2015 consistently, by the help of other party. This bill was represented by the MP oF Tamil Nadu. Therefore the 24th day of April month is now considered as Transgender day, and it was possible because of this bill.
  • The rights guaranteed under the Bill are generally substantive rights, for instance, the benefit to non-partition, life and individual opportunity, free talk, to live in a system, uprightness, nearby security from torment or viciousness and abuse, fierceness and misuse. There is an alternate arrangement for transgender children.
  • This bill consists about the education, and business facilities, and also every type of government facility is provided to the transgender under this bill.
  •  In the institutionalized reserve funds and prosperity part, the Government is drawn nearer to induce institutionalized investment funds and restorative administrations workplaces which are to be given as autonomous HIV places and free SRS. They should be given the benefit to unwinding, culture and redirection. Basic rights like access to safe drinking water and sanitation must be given by the organization.
  • The Bill imagines setting up different authorities and conversations – National and State Commissions for Transgender Persons. The Commissions work will be generally in solicitation or recommendations in the abnormalities in the utilization of the law or encroachment of right of transgender individuals. The Commissions can offer summons to witnesses, get confirmation, etc. There is discipline by strategy confinement for a year for despise talk against transgender people.

Transgender (Protection of Rights) Act

This is a demonstration of the Parliament of India with the objective to oblige confirmation of benefits of transgender individuals, their administration help, and other related issues. The Act was introduced in the Lok Sabha on 19 July 2019 by the Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment, Thawar Chand Gehlot.

All proposed statutory arrangements in 2019 demonstration deny oppression transgender people. Like the bill of year 2018 and year 2019 demonstration incorporates multi sex people, such as kinnars, jogtas, and hijras inside the meaning of these transgender people, moreover it doesn’t include any proper definition of other types of trans man or trans woman, it only states about transgender who is a person, who doesn’t match the sex allocated to him at the time of his birth.

In the detailed action of the 2019 showing, a transgender individual can apply to the head of district. for a transgender individual verification which will give them the alternative to change the name on first experience with the world confirmation and have all reports invigorated as necessities be. In any case, similar to the 2018 bill game plans, a transgender individual can be perceived as male or female basically in the wake of applying for a redesigned demonstration of the District Magistrate, post sex reassignment clinical method.

The 2019 demonstration likewise secures transgender kids and accommodates states and establishments to concoct satisfactory approaches for the government assistance of transgender people. Like the arrangements coming from bill of year 2018 along with arrangements coming from year 2019 demonstration that a kid who is a transgender can be kept in isolation from the parental home. 

The Supreme Court Judgment on Rights of Transgenders

The judgment consist of any person who is in any relation of 3rd gender or who needs to transform themselves from male to female or female to male, the court also speaks about how the state governments should keep on check about the sexuality rates in their states whether the person is male, female or the third sex. 

Apex court proclaimed –

  • Hijras, Eunuchs, aside from twofold sexual orientation, be dealt with “third sex” to shield their benefits under Part III of our Constitution and the laws made by the Parliament and the State Legislature.
  • Transgender individuals’ privilege to pick theirself-perceived sex is moreover kept up and the Center and State Governments are composed to yield legal affirmation of their sexual direction character, for instance, male,female or as third sex.
  • We direct the both i.e. the Center and the State Governments to figure out how to view them as socially and informatively in turn around classes of inhabitants and extend a wide scope of reservation in cases of insistence in educational establishments and for open courses of action. 

Laxmi Narayan Tripathy, who is a Hijra, told about the problems faced by her in my childhood, “I felt not the same as the young men (as I was conceived as a kid) of my age and was ladylike in my manners. By virtue of her womanliness, since the beginning, I confronted rehashed lewd behavior, attack and sexual maltreatment, both inside and outside the family. Because of my being unique, I was separated and had nobody to converse with or express my sentiments while I was grappling with my character. Everyone used to call me by names such as a “chakka” Afterwards she joined many NGO’s and the hijra network in Bombay and without any thinking of past, she was very comfortable in her work and enjoyed her work.

Some Transgenders who Made a Difference

Padmini Prakash: India’s first transgender, On the event of its 68th Independence Day, India liberated itself from another sort of sexual orientation predisposition when Padmini Prakash turned into the main transgender TV anchorperson in the country. The news came only five months when the court announced that transgender can be legally regarded as third sex. 

Shabnam Mausi: India’s first eunuch to transform into a MLA-the principle Indian  transgender to be picked for open office. She was a picked individual from the Madhya Pradesh State Legislative Assembly from 1998 to 2003.Shabnam went to two years of basic coaching, yet imparts in 12 tongues that she got during her developments. As a person from Legislative Assembly, her inspiration joins doing combating debasement, joblessness, dejection and craving in her supporters. 

Lakshmi: Who was a Transgender rights lobbyist, also a hindi movie peformist along with   dancer in Bharatanatyam craftsman in Mumbai, IndiaBorn in 1979 in Thane, Laxmi is the essential transgender individual to address Asia Pacific in the UN in 2008At the social occasion, she talked about the pickle of sexual minorities” People should be progressively philanthropic,” she also mentioned. Laxmi has done, many more for the NGO’s who work for transgender rights. 

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As per the official notification, DGCA is inviting applications from Indian nationals in the prescribed proforma for the engagement of Consultants, on a contractual basis, for a period of one year only or till the Consultants attain the age of 65 years or till Consultants remain eligible as per requirements or till the regular incumbent(s) join(s) or until further orders, whichever is earlier.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Making
    • Drafts
    • Proposals for carrying out amendments in the Aircraft Act, 1934 and the Aircraft Rules,1937
  • Examination of legal matters
  • Preparation and vetting of legal affidavits
  • Filing of complaints in the courts; and other legal matters concerning civil aviation matters
  • The processing of provisions of International aviation law for adoption in Indian legislation

Qualification and Experience Required

  • Educational Qualification: Degree in Law from a recognized university.
  • Experience: 3 years experience in the field of legal practice
  • Out of total experience, at least one year of experience of legal practice in aviation matters such as leasing of aircraft, liability regime, acquisition, and merger of airlines.
  • Age Limit: The upper age limit shall be 63 years as on the date of issue of the said Vacancy Circular


Rs. 55,000/-(Rupees Fifty Five Thousand Only) per month

Last date to Apply:

10 May 2021

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Legal Zems is a prestigious legal organization and serves its service in the legal field from one and half years. Legal Zems is calling for Interns for its 3 Batch and Providing 4 weeks Online Internship Program where Interns can learn the practical skills which is required for law students and helpful in the future as well when Interns enrolled themselves as an advocate. Legal Zems is providing Internship in 3 subjects namely Constitutional Law, Criminal Law and Family Law. An intern can opt any one of the subject for their Internship Program.


Week 1:- Article Writing & Research Work on legal topics.

Week 2:- Drafting (Writ Petition, Plaints, Written Statement, PIL, Bail
Application, Complaint etc.)

Week 3:- Case Study or Case Commentary.

Week 4:- Research Paper or Seminar Paper Writing.


  • We shall Provide Personal mentorship & guidance to the Intern.
  • With regards to Week 1 & Week 4 activities, we shall provide webinar on it by eminent personalities of the legal fraternity and
    shall also provide sample of Article, Research Paper, Seminar Paper.
  • With regards to week 2 and 3 we shall provide sample of the
    drafting, case study, case commentary from which intern may take
    reference for their activity respectively.
  • In case of any doubt or query intern shall contact their respective
    mentor via Email.
  • On the last day of the online Internship Program, Intern shall
    have to give one qualifying examination which shall be objective in
    nature. In qualifying examination Intern shall be awarded with
    grades which will reflect on their certificate respectively.


  • Certificate shall only be provided when Intern complete their 4 weeks
    Internship tenure along with the qualifying examination. Intern is
    expected to accomplish each and every activity assigned by the
  • Registration fee is non-refundable under any circumstances.
  • Intern shall submit their activities on or before deadline.
  • Every communication between Intern and the mentor shall only be
    done via email.


Registration Fee:

Rs. 600/-

Mode of Payment:

Phone Pe, Google Pay, Paytm

Name & Number for the Payment:

9891348721 (Prashant Kumar or Prashant Mishra)

Note:- kindly take screenshot of the payment for future reference.

Registration Form Link:-


The Last Date for Registration:

14 May 2021.

Each subject shall be only 20 Slots. Registration shall be done on first come first serve basis.


Mr. Prashant Mishra:- WhatsApp & Calling Number :- 8376951009
Ms. Ashita Singh:- WhatsApp & Calling Number:- 9315486852


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The Centre for Information, Communication and Technology Law Blog (“CICTL Blog”) invites submissions, including articles, research pieces, opinions, case comments and short notes on the latest and/or relevant issues on Information Technology Law, and any aspect regarding the relationship between technology and the law. These shall include, but not be limited to telecommunications law, data protection, intellectual property rights, cybercrimes, internet governance, software contracts, artificial intelligence and cloud computing.

The submissions should be unpublished, original and not under review with any similar platform.

Content Guidelines:


Co-authorship up to two authors is permitted.


The submission should reflect original and unpublished work, not under review with a similar platform. A maximum similarity of 15% is allowed. Non-adherence to this rule shall result in rejection of the article summarily with no chance for improvement.


Submissions must ideally be limited to a length of 1500 words. This limit shall be exclusive of any explanatory endnotes that are added. Non-adherence of the word limit can be allowed only if deemed necessary.


Submissions should be made in Microsoft Word (.docx) format. The submission should adhere to the following formatting style. Font: Times New Roman, Font size: 12, Line spacing: 1.5. (For Endnotes Font size: 10, Line spacing:1)


Relevant sources such as judgments, laws, treaties, news articles and other legal texts must be added as Endnotes adhering to the uniform Bluebook 20th Edition citation style.

Submission Guidelines:

  • Submissions should be made by the google form here: HERE 
  • Submissions through emails will not be entertained.

Review Process:

Every article undergoes a comprehensive three-tier student review and is sent back with comments for improvement, suggested changes, or cogent reasons for rejection/selection.  The final decision of the editorial team shall be conveyed within the strict timeline of 7 days subject to response of the authors in case the article is sent back for revision.

Upon acceptance of the manuscript for publication by CICTL Blog, the copyright over the manuscript is vested with MNLU Mumbai. However, the moral rights over the manuscript shall vest in the author(s).

Publication Certification:

On successful publication of a blog article, the author(s) shall be provided with a certificate of publication from Centre for Information Communication, and Technology Law, MNLU Mumbai.

Publication Fee:

The Centre is a non-profit initiative which does not seek remuneration for publishing scholarly works.

Contact Information:

Any queries can be addressed via mail at  (Kindly mention “Query – Blog) at the mail.

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Lexpeeps Pvt. ltd. is an organization that works to assist and help law schools in organizing and managing their events. We’re seeking to provide young and dynamic law students a platform to experience the legal world in their academic capacities. We organize different events where budding lawyers can experience the legal world. With a self-directed educational strategy and the guidance of industry experts, Lexpeeps also provide you with the recent happening in the legal world in the form of news, opportunities where you can find what suits you the best, articles to explore your interests, and many more.

“Lexpeeps Pvt. Ltd. thrives on commitment and creativity”.

About the Chambers of Himanjali Gautam:

Chambers of Himanjali Gautam is being run by Adv. Himanjali Gautam. She is an experienced Advocate with a demonstrated history of working in the law practice. Skilled in Litiagation, Arbitration, Dispute Resolution, Contract Law and Legal Writing, she is also a media personality and columnist expressing her views on important legal issues. She completed her LL.B from Campus Law Centre II, Delhi University in the year 2010.

About the Competition: in collaboration with the chambers of Himanjali Gautam is organizing 1st National PIL Drafting Competition. The competition is open only for law students and legal professionals. This is an online competition. All the entries shall be submitted in the registration form itself.

Mode of Competition:



  • The Competition shall be open for the students currently pursuing their bachelor’s degree in law i.e., 3-Year LL.B. course or 5-Year LL.B. course from any recognized university/college in India.
  • There is no restriction on the number of entries from any college or university.
  • Any Advocate or Legal Professional
  • A person can submit only one entry. Multiple entries will amount to disqualification.

The topic of PIL: Submit the PIL draft on “Internet shutdown in India”

Team Composition:

  • Individual Participation, as well as Participation in a team of two, is allowed.
  • Participants from two different universities can form a team.
  • The substitution of any Team Member is not allowed after the registration deadline except in some extra ordinary circumstances and only with permission of the Organizer.

Registration Process:

  1. The participating teams can register themselves by filling this Registration Form
  2. After the successful registration, each participant or team shall be allotted a unique team code for further references.

Registration Fee:

  • â‚č199 for the team of two
  • â‚č99 for single participant

Registration fee shall be non-refundable and non-transferable

Payment Method:

Mode of payment is ONLINE

Details of Fee Payment:

A/C HOLDER’S NAME: Madhur Rathaur
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 6413222572

UPI Handle: 8340132731@kotak

GOOGLE PAY: @8340132731

Note: Preserve the online transaction slip for future purposes


The language of the competition shall be English

Important Dates:

  • Registration Opens: 26th April 2021
  • Registration Closes: 22nd May 2021
  • Assignment of Team Codes: 24th May 2021
  • Submission of PIL drafts (Last Date): 26th May 2021
  • Declaration of results: 5th June 2021


  • BEST PIL DRAFT (1st Position): Prize money of â‚č1000/- + Certificate of Excellence + One month online internship opportunity at chamber of Hiamnjali Gautam
  • 2nd Position: Prize Money of â‚č500 + Certificate of Excellence + One month online internship at chambers of Himanjali Gautam
  • 3rd Position: Prize Money of â‚č300 + Certificate of Excellence + One month online internship at chambers of Himanjali Gautam
  • 4th-10th Position: Certificate of Merit + One month online Legal Research internship opportunity with
  • All the participants who registered for this competition and successfully submitted their drafts will receive “CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION”.


  • All the queries and clarifications must be sent to the official mail ID of the organizers i.e., and the subject of the mail must read as ‘PIL Competition Query’.
  • No query without the subject ‘PIL Competition Query’ would be entertained.
  • The last day to raise a query is 25th May 2021.
  • Only queries sent through mail shall be entertained.

Submission of PIL Drafts:

Submission Guidelines:

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For any query write us to: or

Contact Information:

  • Navya Agrawal (Convenor): +91 9870827285
  • Kashish (Co-Conevnor): +91 7275685091

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Competition Commission of India (CCI) is a statutory body of the Government of India responsible for enforcing The Competition Act, 2002 and promoting competition throughout India, and preventing activities that have an appreciable adverse effect on competition in India. It was established on 14 October 2003.

About the Internship:

In view of the Covid-19 pandemic, the regular CCI internship program has been suspended for the time being. However, for the benefit of students, the Commission will continue its Online Internship beyond March 2021 and up to June 2021.

For April 2021 to June 2021 Online Internships, eligible applicants whose applications received by 1st of the preceding month (for example, for an internship of April 2021-application should be received by 1st of March 2021, for an internship of May 2021 – application should be received by 1st of April 2021 and for an internship of June 2021- application should be received by 1st of May 2021) shall only be considered.

Who can apply?

  • Applicable to Indian Nationals only.
  • The internship is open to students from recognized Institutions and Universities with exposure to Competition
  • Students with a placement in hand are not eligible.

Educational Qualifications:

  • Students pursuing the following courses can apply:
    • Economics and Management :
      • MA/MSc. (Economics)
      • 4th and final year students of 5-year integrated degree Programme in Economics
      • MBA
    • Law:
      • 2nd and 3rd year of the
      • Bachelors degree in Law (3-year course after graduation) or
      • Fourth and final year of the five-year integrated course in Law and
      • Students who have taken the 3rd year exam and are entering the 4th year.
      • LLM
    • Regulatory Governance:
      • MA/MSc. (Regulatory Governance)
    • Professional Courses:
    • Students of the final group of Chartered Accountancy or Cost Accountancy or Company Secretary

How to Apply?

  • Applications mandatorily are in the prescribed format available on the CCI website.
  • Applications in other formats shall be rejected summarily.
  • Statement of Purpose should be accompanied by the application.
  • Applicants shall submit their applications duly signed/ endorsed by their colleges/institutions in the space specifically provided in the application form with the heading ‘Certification and Recommendation by Institution’ Or
  • In the alternative, applications must be accompanied by a scanned copy of an email/letter from the respective institution certifying that the student is a bonafide student of the institution and pursuing the course (with the year) mentioned in the application for internship.
  • Such email/letter must be issued by Dean/Registrar/HoD/Director/Authorized Officials. Applications shall be sent online only.
  • Hard copies of applications shall not be accepted.
  • The emails carrying such requests shall indicate “Online Internship during the month of ___________ (mention intended month) 2021” as the subject of the email.
  • All such requests for online internships must be sent at internships[at]
  • Applications sent at/addressed to any other email ID shall not be considered.

Duration of the Internship

  • The duration of the online internship (a week/2 weeks/3 weeks/a month) shall be decided by the mentor/guide depending on the work assigned.
  • In the first week of every month, an online orientation program will be organized for selected students by the Advocacy Division of CCI.
  • No request for an internship beyond one month shall be accepted.

No stipend/honorarium for online internships.


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