22 students have been chosen for internships at the National Centre for Good Governance

Ayush Katiyar
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The internship programme seeks to provide young and creative minds with the opportunity to conduct research, critical examination, documentation, and dissemination of best practices in order to construct a national repository and provide a platform for wider dissemination, according to the program's description.


22 students have been chosen for internships at the National Centre for Good Governance


The internship programme seeks to provide young and creative minds with the opportunity to conduct research, critical examination, documentation, and dissemination of best practices in order to construct a national repository and provide a platform for wider dissemination, according to the program's description.


This year, twenty-two young individuals from throughout the country were chosen for internship programmes, according to an official statement issued on Sunday by the National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG), a think tank.


The internship programme seeks to provide young and creative minds with the opportunity to conduct research, critical examination, documentation, and dissemination of best practices in order to construct a national repository and provide a platform for wider dissemination, according to the program's description. According to a statement made by the Personnel Ministry, this will also create possibilities for these young students to learn and contribute to public policy.


The internship will last at least eight weeks and up to six months. According to the announcement, interns would be given Rs 10,000 per month as an honorarium.


Law, development studies, public health, economics, geography, political science, and other fields are represented among the interns. According to the statement, they received their education at prestigious universities such as Harvard Law School, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Indian School of Public Policy, and National Law Universities, among others.


Interns can choose from a variety of governance domains, including education, decentralised planning, e-governance, public service delivery, laws & regulations, rural development & poverty elimination, water, sanitation, hygiene & public health, governance in healthcare, sustainability, disaster resilience infrastructure, and disaster mitigation.


This year, twenty-two young individuals from throughout the country were chosen for internship programmes, according to an official statement issued on Sunday by the National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG), a think tank.


The internship programme seeks to provide young and creative minds with the opportunity to conduct research, critical examination, documentation, and dissemination of best practices in order to construct a national repository and provide a platform for wider dissemination, according to the program's description. According to a statement made by the Personnel Ministry, this will also create possibilities for these young students to learn and contribute to public policy.


The internship will last at least eight weeks and up to six months. According to the announcement, interns would be given Rs 10,000 per month as an honorarium.


Law, development studies, public health, economics, geography, political science, and other fields are represented among the interns. According to the statement, they received their education at prestigious universities such as Harvard Law School, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Indian School of Public Policy, and National Law Universities, among others.


Interns can choose from a variety of governance domains, including education, decentralised planning, e-governance, public service delivery, laws & regulations, rural development & poverty elimination, water, sanitation, hygiene & public health, governance in healthcare, sustainability, disaster resilience infrastructure, and disaster mitigation.