Internship Scheme of Department of Economic Affairs: Apply by June 16


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Department of Economic Affairs (DEA), Ministry of Finance, Government of India; Room No.263C, North Block New Delhi - 110001 has invited application for Internship for the year 2022-23.

The Internship Scheme aims to familiarize the selected candidates with the overall process of formulation of economic policies of the Government at macro level by providing an opportunity to carry out a brief research into a key and specific economic issue/ problem faced by the country and offer solutions for the same.

A list of indicative Research Topics are given as at Annexure 1 to the Notification at https://dea.gov.in/ (Recent Initiatives and Updates)

Eligibility: Applicants should be outstanding students pursuing Post Graduation (session 2021-23) or PhD in Economics/ Law/ Finance/ Management from Universities/ Institutions within top 25 ranks as per National Institutional Ranking Framework, by Ministry of Human Resource Development or QS ranked International Institutes.

The duration of Internship may be 3 to 6 months. Token remuneration @ 10,000/- per month for PG students and @ 20,000/- per month for PhD students is payable on satisfactory completion of their internship and on submission of their Report/Paper/Feedback. Internship will be limited to a maximum of 15 paid interns. Ten additional unpaid interns may also be selected, out of those ranking on top but could not be selected for the paid internship.

Application: Application is to be registered at https://mofapp.nic.in/DEA_Internship/ latest by 16th June 2022. Students are to apply for specific Divisions in their order of preference. Candidates whose research proposals and competencies match significantly with DEA requirements will be given preferences.

Details are given in the Notification.

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