Rajya Sabha Student Engagement Internships: Apply by March 31

Rajya Sabha Secretariat, New Delhi-110001, has invited applications for the Rajya Sabha Student Engagement Internships under the Rajya Sabha Reserach and Study (RSRS) Scheme.

The Internships are aimed to provide students with an opportunity to acquaint themselves with the working of Indian Parliament, especially Rajya Sabha.

Students pursuing Graduation or Post-graduation courses in any discipline are eligible for internship programme.

There would be ten Internships, five each for the Graduate and Post-Graduate applicants. The Internship positions among the Graduate and Post-Graduate applicants will, however, vary depending on the applications received and the suitability of applicants.

The duration of the scheme is two months during summer vacation. The interns would be paid a consolidated amount of Rs.10,000/- per month as stipend.

Interns shall be selected by the Rajya Sabha Secretariat as per the direction of the Secretary-General, Rajya Sabha.

Interns would be deployed in the key sections of the Secretariat- the Legislative Section, Bill Office, Table Office, Committee Sections, etc. under the supervision/mentoring of the concerned Head of the Branch for acquainting them with the functioning of the Secretariat.

On successful completion of the Internship, a certificate would be presented to each of the Interns.

Details of the scheme are available at http://rajyasabha.nic.in under the head ‘Rajya Sabha Research and Study (RSRS) Scheme’.

Application format is given as Annexure V of this document.

Duly filled in application should reach ‘Shri S. D. Nautiyal, Joint Secretary, Rajya Sabha Secretariat, Room No. 517, Fifth Floor, Parliament House Annexe, New Delhi-110001’ or may be forwarded through e-mail at rssei.rsrs@sansad.nic.in to reach latest by 31st March, 2020.

Those who had applied before the release of this advertisement need to apply afresh.

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