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National Museum Winter Internship Programme [Delhi]: Apply by October 10: Expired

Background

National Museum Internship programme was announced by Sh. N K Sinha Secretary, Ministry of Culture, at the 55th Foundation Day celebrations of National Museum on 18th December 2015.

Internship Programme Introduction:

One of the aims of National Museum is to offer large number of programmes for different audiences through its educational and outreach initiatives. Programmes offered under this enable National Museum to involve its audiences in a creative and effective manner with the museum and its collection.

To engage with young and enthusiastic audiences, National Museum offers research oriented Internship with various departments at the museum, creating a platform for interns to have dialogue with experts from art and culture sector.

The internship programme is offered to students of Graduate and Under Graduate levels who are enrolled as a student in any institution and who wish to do research on the collection, learn about museum practices and acquire professional skills.

These are unpaid internships and require a minimum commitment of 6 weeks and maximum of 12 weeks.

Summer and Winter Internship:

Summer Internship:

The programme offers internship in the summer months of May, June and July. The applicant may choose one of the following time period:

  • 6 weeks
  • 9 weeks
  • 12 weeks

The last date of receiving applications for Summer Internship is 10th March every year.

Winter Internship:

The programme offers internship in the winter months of December, January and February. The applicant may choose one of the following time period:

  • 6 weeks
  • 9 weeks
  • 12 weeks

The last date of receiving applications for Summer Internship is 10th October every year.

Intern Placement:

National Museum, with more than 10 departments, houses objects representing Pre-historic to Modern times. These departments can host students from various academic backgrounds. The students from history, art history, science, architecture, design, engineering, photography, library sciences and languages are encouraged to apply after going through the projects and themes offered by different departments in detail.

Contact

Rige Shiba,
Assistant Curator, Education
Ph.: 011 – 23019272 (237)

For more details, please visit this link.

 

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