Internship Programme on Journalism Research

Development Channel announces an Internship Programme on Journalism Research.

About the Programme

Development Channel announces its first publication venture: an academic book on Television Journalism. This will be the first of its kind project where the prominent personalities of TV Journalism will be a part as contributors.

The prominent among them are Rajdeep Sardesai, , Nidhi Kulpati, Pankaj Pachauri, Vijai Trivedi, Binoy Job etc.

We are looking for interns to work as researchers for this book on various topics of TV Journalism.


  • 2 months

Educational Qualification

  • Journalism/ Mass Communication students

Internship Job Profile

  • The intern would do basic research work for the book on Television Journalism
  • The candidate must have flair in research
  • The candidate must have a good command over English
  • Once selected, the intern can work from home and visit to our office once a week for review

Internship Benefits

  • The internship provides an opportunity to get first hand research experience
  • The intern will be provided with ‘Internship Letter’ at the successful completion of the internship period
  • The intern would be accredited in the book as research assistant
  • The intern will get a chance to work with Development Channel (, the web-based media venture of the publishing house
  • The intern will be invited for the official releasing function of the book

Internship Selection Process

  • Interested candidates may send their resume to:
  • Shortlisted candidates will be called for personal interview

Contact for this Internship

Ms Dhanya Thomas
Assistant Editor
C-49, Kalkaji, New Delhi

2 Responses to “Internship Programme on Journalism Research”

  1. DR. NIVA BHANDARI says:

    kindly forward the details of the internship @ development channel

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