CCS Summer Research Internship 2011, India

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CCS Summer Research Internship 2011 for College students or recent graduates in any discipline can apply from all over world.

Study Subject:Interns research and write papers on the impact of critical public policies in areas such as livelihood, education, governance and environment.
Employer:Centre for Civil Society
Level:College students or recent graduates in any discipline
Scholarship Description:The Research Internship Program Researching Reality provides a greatly valued and needed learning experience in real-life application of social and economic principles and in teaching college students the skills of research, analysis, writing, and above all critical thinking.

Research Areas

Interns research and write papers on the impact of critical public policies in areas such as livelihood, education, governance and environment.
* How does one become a street vendor or start a school or a community radio?
* How much does your state government spend on primary education?
* How do slum dwellers get water and electricity?
* What is the impact of special economic zones and rent control laws?
* Can public services be provided privately?
* How can we make RTI more effective?

The Benefits
* Training in skills of research, analysis & writing through hands-on projects
* Publication of select papers in newspapers, magazines, and CCS publications such as The Economic Times, Business World,

How to Participate?
* Period of Internship: Summer (May-July).
* Internship is also offered post July
* Eligibility: College students or recent graduates in any discipline can apply from all over world.
* Place of Internship: Choice of any location in India
* Application procedure: Download and fill in the application form
* Selected applicants will be called for an interview for final selection
* Please send the completed application:

Scholarship Application Deadline: 2 April 2011

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