Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) Graduate Internship

Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) is a research organization based in Kochi, Kerala. We endeavour in the areas of research entrepreneurship, policy formulation, knowledge dissemination, capacity building and grassroots initiatives.We work in the areas of alternative dispute resolution, community development, education, environment, governance, law, livelihood and urban reforms.

The core purpose of CPPR is facilitating ‘solutions to change.’ We believe that combined effort and focused actions are crucial to the realization of such a process. The conscious efforts of socially responsible citizens are essential to set the pace of change in society.

We invite people to get involved by dedicating their time, talents and creative skills to the cause of forming a transformed society, enriched by democratic and secular principles. CPPR has facilitated interns both from India and other countries.

Beginning with on-the-spot volunteer activities to 1-year internship periods, the arena of opportunities is wide and enriching.

Centre for Public Policy Research invites internships under various categories initiated by the Centre. Selected candidates will be given training and quality benchmarked articles will be published.

Eligibility: Graduate students

How To Apply:

1. Interested candidates should send your CV to cppr@indianinternship.com or

2. And apply through the Online internship application here – http://spreadsheets.google.com/a/cppr.in/viewform?hl=en&formkey=dGVIWjhwUWdmZGkxTVZIV2dfNGdkYWc6MQ


One comment to this article

  1. Avula Deepa Sai

    on February 23, 2011 at 6:44 pm - Reply

    Iam pursuing my II B.Sc Economics from Symbiosis School of Economics,a constituent colege of Symbiosis University, Pune, It is mandatory for us to do an internship in the summer 2011 for a month. I would like to know if Iam eligible to apply for your programme for internship. Kindly inform me the same and any ohter criteria required.
    Thanking you,
    Yours sincerely,
    Deepa Sai.

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