The objective of the internship programme is to provide a framework through which postgraduate students from diverse
academic backgrounds may be assigned to enhance their educational experience through practical work assignments.
It allows selected candidates to gain insight into the work of an organisation and provides assistance and training
in various professional fields.
Jyoti internship programme is coordinated by the Administrative team and a designated focal point is responsible
for liaising with the relevant substantive programmes for placement of interns. At the end of an internship period,
both the intern and the staff member acting as his/her supervisor are required to submit an evaluation report
to the designated focal point of the Internship Programme.
An undergraduate degree should have been completed with work on a Master degree in progress.
Applicants should therefore be enrolled in a recognized university course of study in fields related
to the work of the jyoti's social work programmes (includingBSW ,MSW,TTC,Bed,Social Science,Rural Development,NSS)
at the time of application and during the entire period of internship.
Applicants should be able to work in English.
Terms and conditions
Applicants pursuing their studies in countries where higher education is not divided into
undergraduate and postgraduate stages should have completed at least four years of study and be
a student at the time of application and during the internship.
The normal duration of an internship is one month, which can be extended for an additional period of one month by mutual consultation and consent.
The total duration may exceptionally be extended to a maximum period of six months when there are special academic requirements or special needs
of the receiving programme.
Upon selection for an internship placement, an ‘Internship Agreement’ is forwarded to the confirmed candidate for
signature and returned together with proof of medical insurance coverage for the entire duration of the internship.
This must be done prior to the agreed starting date.
There is no promise of employment either during or upon completion of an internship with jyoti.
An intern with jyoti is not a staff member , therefore the privileges and immunities for the employees do not apply to interns.
An intern undertakes to conduct himself/herself at all times in a manner compatible with his/her responsibilities
as an intern of jyoti Heal Office.
The intern is required to keep confidential all unpublished information made known during the course of the internship,
and must not publish any reports or papers on the basis of information obtained,
except with the prior written authorization of jyoti Head office.
These obligations will not lapse upon the expiration of the internship period.
News & Notice
Updated on 08st Sep, 2016
FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF MARY CELEBRATED
Updated on 15 th Aug, 2016
INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATED IN JYOTI
Updated on 02nd Nov, 2016
NEW WEBSITE LAUNCHED FOR JYOTI SOCIETY.
Jyoti is the philanthropic social mission of the Little Flower Religious and Charitable Society, Muktsar and Little Flower Charitable Society, Bikaner.
From Little Flower
" On the day of my conversion Charity entered into my heart and with it a yearning to forget self always; thenceforward I was happy."