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Empowering Governance for Child and Human Rights Protection

ICCHR offers PAN India Internship Programs for students of different academic backgrounds. These Internship Programs provide the opportunity to the students to work and learn from the ground level with the experts of ICCHR. Presently we offer Four Internship Programs:

✱ Legal Research Internship

✱ Legal Writer Internship

✱ HR and Outreach Internship

✱ Project Rojgar Sathi Volunteer Internship

Internship Criteria

For the Legal Research Internship and Legal Writer Internship, only law students pursuing a 5-year B.A. LL.B./B.Com. LL.B./B.B.A. LL.B./B.Sc. LL.B. or 3-year LL.B. program under any BCI approved University or College are eligible to apply. The Legal Research Internship provides the students with hands-on experience in the field of legal research, data analysis, and report writing, while the Legal Writer Internship aims to enhance the writing skills of the students and provides them with an opportunity to work on various publications of ICCHR.

For the HR and Outreach Internship, students from any academic discipline who are at least in their 2nd year of undergraduate or above are eligible to apply. However, students from the Management and Business Studies background are preferred. The HR and Outreach Internship provides the students with experience in various HR functions, such as recruitment, training and development, employee engagement, etc., and outreach activities such as organizing seminars, webinars, and campaigns.

The duration of the Internship Program is flexible and depends on the students’ availability and choice. The students can opt for a one-month or a two-month Internship Program. The students are also required to submit a research paper or project at the end of the Internship Program, which will be evaluated by the experts of ICCHR.

The PAN India Internship Program of ICCHR provides the students with an excellent opportunity to learn and work in the field of child and human rights from a multidisciplinary perspective. It helps the students in enhancing their skills, knowledge, and research capabilities, and also provides them with an opportunity to contribute towards the protection of child and human rights.

Project Rojgar Sathi Volunteer Internship

Volunteer Internship Program for Project Rojgar Sathi is conducted by Indian Centre for Child and Human Rights (ICCHR) which is open for all UG/PG students from any stream to contribute to the noble cause of addressing unemployment among youth. Interns will actively participate in the implementation of Project Rojgar Sathi in their locality, aiming to provide job opportunities to unemployed individuals. The primary objective of this internship is to provide employment to at least Four unemployed job seekers with job opportunities within locality through the Project Rojgar Sathi.

Internship Responsibilities:

  • Assist in conducting surveys to identify unemployed youth in the locality.
  • Connect unemployed individuals with suitable job opportunities based on their qualifications and interests.
  • Provide support and guidance in resume building, interview preparation, and securing job placements.
  • Contribute to the overall success of Project Rojgar Sathi by actively engaging with the ICCHR team and submitting comprehensive reports on assigned tasks.

Duration: 1 to 2 months (On-ground internship)
Location: Delhi & Haryana 


  • UG/PG students from any stream
  • Passionate about social causes and addressing unemployment issues
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to conduct surveys and compile reports
  • Basic understanding of resume writing and interview preparation

Internship Assignments:

Overall Four Assignments will be provided for Four Week (in One Month)

  • Assignment 1 (Week 1): Conduct a survey in your locality within 5km radius of your residence  and prepare a comprehensive list of unemployed youth, including their names, contact details, and qualifications.
  • Assignment 2 (Week 2): After the team reviews the surveyed data provided in Assignment 1, you will receive a list of job opportunities available for the unemployed youth. Conduct a second survey with these job seekers, explaining the job descriptions and opportunities to them; and ask them whether they are interested in any of those job opportunities. Submit a detailed report of responses to the team.
  • Assignment 3 (Week 3): Compile the final data sheet of job seekers who express interest in the available job openings. Assist them in creating or updating their resumes (if needed) and provide interview training, if applicable.
  • Assignment 4 (Week 4): Receive the job interview/job location details for the interested job seekers. Guide them to the interview locations and assist them in securing a job. Submit a final report to the team, summarising the program’s outcomes, the number of job placements made with your assistance, and your observations and experiences during the internship.

Perks & Benefits: 

  • Nationally recognised Internship Certificate of Completion
  • Letter of Recommendation by the Administration
  • Letter of Social Service Acknowledgement
  • Best Intern of the Month Award
  • Job Offer from WebX Hub Co. 
  • Special mention on website and other social networks