About the Organization

The Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India, established the (CTIL, or Center) in 2016 to advance its goal of strengthening India’s capability in international trade and investment legislation. The Centre is a part of the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade’s Centre for Research in International Trade (CRIT).

About the Responsibilities  

In CTIL’s Research Division, interns work on a variety of international economic law and policy topics, such as WTO-covered agreements, preferential trade agreements, international trade rules, and international investment law.


  • Law students at all levels
  • Students who have completed courses in WTO law and public international law will be given preference. Students who are in the later stages of their degree programme

How to Apply?

Interested candidates may apply from here: – https://ctil.org.in/InternApplication.aspx

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