About the Bureau of Police Research & Development
The Bureau of Police Research & Development (BPR&D) was set up in 1970 to identify the needs and problems of the police in the country, undertake research projects and studies, and suggest modalities to overcome problems and challenges and meet the needs and requirements of the police. It was also mandated to keep abreast of the latest developments in the fields of science and technology, both in India and abroad, with a view to promoting the use of appropriate technology in police work.
About the Opportunity
The Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D) is inviting applications for a paid internship programme from the students pursuing post-graduation (PG) or master of philosophy (M.Phil) or Ph.D. degree, in New Delhi.
The eligibility criteria for internship are as follows:
Students pursuing PG/M.Phil/Ph.D in the following subjects are eligible to apply:
3) Social Work
6) Forensic Psychology
7) Human Rights
8) Public Administration
9) Public Policy & Governance
10) Information Technology
11) Police & Prison Studies
12) Cyber Security
13) Cyber Forensics & Information Security
14) Police & Prison Administration
15) Computer Science
17) Any other subjects related to police or prisons/correctional administration issues.
Applications must be forwarded by the Head of Department of their University. Applications that are not forwarded through the respective Head of the Department of the University will be rejected.
Students who have attended WKH Internship Programme in the BPR&D earlier are not eligible to apply again.
The schedule for WKH, internship will be as follows:
- Introductory Session- The interns will be introduced to the DG, BPR&D, ADG, BPR&D and Director of the Divisions.
- Assigning of Tasks- The interns will be assigned tasks by the respective Divisions in which they will be attached.
- Assigning of Projects- The interns will be assigned projects on police or correctional administration related issues by the respective Divisions in which they will be attached.
- Field Visits- The interns will be VHQW for field visits to get exposure and firsthand experience of the work done by police and prison administration to:
a) Correctional Homes
b) Police Stations
c) Juvenile Homes (optional)
d) Any other place relevant to police/prison administration
- Internship Report- The interns are required to submit the report on the tasks completed by them along with Report on field visits to the Nodal Officer for Intern in each Division, which will in turn be put up to the
- Valediction- On successful completion of the internship programme, the interns will be given certificates and mementoes. Copy of the certificate will be sent to the concerned University
The selected Interns from outside Delhi will be allowed Sleeper Class train fare to New Delhi and back to their place of study through the shortest route. All selected interns will be paid an amount of Rs.8,000/-
(Rupees Eight Thousand only) as stipend for a calendar month
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