About the Organization
On September 30, 1994, the National Minorities Development and Finance Corporation (NMDFC) was established as a not-for-profit organisation in accordance with Section 25 of the Companies Act of 1956, which is now Section 8 of the Companies Act of 2013. The primary goal of NMDFC is to give low-interest loans to underserved groups of the disadvantaged minorities so they can engage in self-employment and other sources of income.
About the Responsibilities
To encourage students to pursue graduate or postgraduate degrees in the legal field at reputable Indian universities and institutions, NMDFC is creating an internship programme. The NMDFC launches an internship programme. This programme aims to enrol students in graduate and postgraduate programmes at reputable Indian universities and institutions in a variety of areas. The interns will be exposed to several NMDFC departments, and they are expected to contribute to the business. Gaining insight into how the business operates will be beneficial to the interns and may help them achieve their professional goals.
The internship will be accessible all year long depending on NMDFC needs, with a three-month initial commitment that may be continued for an additional three months.
- UG/PG in Law
- Genuine students from any accredited university or institution in India who meet the requirements below may apply for an internship in the field of legal and recovery.
- Students who earned at least 70% or an equal grade in their most recent test and at least 85% in Class III are considered to have passed.
- Students who have taken the final test, have recently finished graduation, post-graduation, or an equivalent degree and are awaiting results may also be given consideration for an internship, provided that: The desired applicants must have obtained not less than 85 percent in Class XII and 70 percent or more overall in all of their graduation/post-graduation years/semesters, or the equivalent, as of the application deadline.The applicant may apply for an internship starting in the month of July and continuing through the month of December of the same year, as long as the time between the month of the final exam’s result announcement and the desired internship month does not exceed six months.
- A certificate would be provided on the successful completion of the internship.
How to Apply?
Interested candidates may apply from here: – by sending their resumes along with the “No Objection Certificate (NOC)” issued by the Head of Institution in the format as per AnnexureB at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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