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PAC Internship form

The standard format for applying for internships at Public Affairs Centre is given below. The form can be downloaded HERE 

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Internship Application form

 

  1. Please fill in all the details requested for. Information provided will be kept confidential.

      2. Please attach your Curriculum Vitae, a recommendation letter from your university/institution’s supervisor and a writing sample of 500 words on a social sector subject that you are passionate about.

3.You can mail the documents to career@pacindia.org

 

A] Basic Details

 

NameE mail
Mobile phone No.D.O. B
QualificationCollege/Company, Designation
Areas of interest

 

 

 

Specific skills

 

 

 

Languages – Spoken/ WrittenNo. of weeks you can intern
The month and week you can begin (if selected)
* Preferred date and time slots for phone interview (will be applicable only if you get shortlisted for interview round)
Preference 1Preference 2

 

* The dates and slots you share should have a margin of 4 working days from the date of your application submission

 

Have you gone through the PAC’s website http://www.pacindia.org/?

 

 

 

What do you understand about ‘who we are’ and ‘what we do’? (in 100 words)

 

 

 

Do you have any experience of interning                     Yes    O              No   O

 

 

 

 

Organization NameDuration of internshipNature of internship project

 

 

B] Why do you wish to intern with PAC? (in 150 words)

 

 

C] Share your thoughts and views on an urgent governance issue in India that you feel strongly about [in 250 words]

 

 

  1. D) What would you like to do while interning at the PAC?

Share your dream work-plan (in 350 words)

 

 

                Recommended by: (Supervisor with office seal)

 

Application Submitted by: (Signature of applicant)                                                                                    

 

 Date of submission

Evolved as a group for citizens to connect with the government; active engagement in electoral reform and public service analysis
Developed Citizen Report Cards, began to engage in research on state projects
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