Students at Delhi University can only use the programme once while enrolled there, and they will get a monthly stipend of Rs 5,000.
The DU’s new “Vice Chancellor Internship Scheme” is already accepting applications. Undergraduate and graduate students at the university will be able to take advantage of paid internships at the university’s departments and centers as part of the programmes being implemented by the institution in its centennial year.
About DU :
New Delhi, India’s capital city, is home to Delhi University, formerly known as the University of Delhi. It was established in 1922 by a Central Legislative Assembly Act, and the University Grants Commission has designated it as an Institute of Eminence. As a collegiate university, its primary responsibilities are split between the university’s academic departments and its constituent colleges.
At its foundation, the University of Delhi had three colleges, two faculties, and 750 students. Since then, it has grown to be one of the largest universities in the world and the largest in India. On its North and South campuses, the university has 86 departments and 16 faculties. It is composed of 91 colleges. The university’s chancellor is the vice president of India.
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About Delhi University Internship :
The programme will provide two types of internships—summer and year-round—that are available to all full-time, enrolled undergraduate and graduate students at Delhi University enrolled in any course. The maximum number of interns in each category is now 200, and each student may use the programme only once while enrolled at Delhi University.
While internships during the academic session would pay INR 5,000 per week, summer internships will be available during summer vacations for eight weeks and students will be paid INR 10,000 per month.
The programme will be applicable to all university institutions, departments, and centres, including the VC’s office, the numerous libraries, the admissions branch, and the Equal Opportunity Cell. Registration will be open until November 11th.
The second cut-off list for the Delhi University Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (Delhi U NCWEB) class of 2022 has been made public. Today at 10 a.m. through November 4, admissions against the Delhi University NCWEB second cut-off list will be accepted. The 2nd cut-off list for the BA and BCom programmes has been made public by NCWEB. Visit du.ac.in to view the Delhi University NCWEB cut-off list for the BA and BCOM programmes if you’re a student looking for admission to NCWEB.