The internship is primarily intended for research scholars working on China and the East Asian region on the whole. The program will not only help them gain work experience, but also equip them with research, writing and other organizational skills as well as give them exposure to high-quality scholarship which can sustain their interest enough to encourage them to take up higher studies on East Asia. The general duration of an internship is 2 months.
ICS accepts applications all through the year. Please apply with your updated CV, a one-page writing sample, and two letters of recommendation (of which one must be from a faculty member) to email@example.com.
Miss Dechan Wangmo is a Research Intern. She is pursuing Ph.D. from the East Asian Studies Department, University of Delhi and is working on ‘International Political Economy and Chinese national economy.She has completed M.Phil " International Political Economy and China’s Rise" in Chinese Studies, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India. She is the recipient of Huayu scholarship by Ministry of Education Taiwan, Under which she pursued Chinese Language course in National Chengchi University Taiwan. She holds a PG Diploma in International Law and Diplomacy from Indian Society of International Law. She has a Master’s degree in Political Science, Department of Political Science from the University of Delhi and has specialized in South Asia, Development studies, and Human Rights and a Graduation degree in Political Science Honours from Gargi College, the University of Delhi with specialization in United Nations Organisation. She was selected for ‘2013 Taiwan Study Camp for Future Leaders from South Asia’ (16 Dec. 23-Dec. 2013) and the Certificate was awarded by Ambassador Mien-Sheng Hsu, President of The Institute of Diplomacy and International Affairs, MOFA (Taiwan).View Full Bio
Diki Sherpa is a research intern at the institute of Chinese (ICS) Delhi. She is perusing an M.Phil from the dept. of history, University of Delhi. She completed her B.A and M.A in history from Jadavpur University Kolkata.At present she is working on ‘The Indo-Tibetan Trade through the Eastern Himalayas in the First Half of the Twentieth Century’. In this dissertation she is attempting to focus on the trade policies of British towards Tibet and the engagements of Indian merchants and Tibetan traders in the eastern Himalayas.View Full Bio
Gauri Agarwal is a research intern at the institute of Chinese Studies (ICS) Delhi. She has completed her graduation in political science from Jesus and Mary college, Delhi University. At present she is working on ‘China’s involvement in SAARC and its implications for India’. Her areas of interest include Sino-Indian and China-South Asia relations; China’s engagement in multi-lateral forums in Asia.View Full Bio
Sanghamitra Bora is a research intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies. She has completed her Masters in International Relations from South Asian University, New Delhi. Her research interests includes Women, Peace and Security, Conflict resolution, Peace building, Security studies and Human Rights.View Full Bio