Research Interns

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Research Interns

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 careers@icsin.org.

  • Aakriti Vinayak

    Research Intern
  • Anuraag Srivastava

    Research Intern
  • Avadhi Patni

    Research Intern
  • Disunga Fedilis H

    Research Intern
  • Naina Singh

    Research Intern
  • Ravish Bhatia

    Research Intern
  • Rajesh Ghosh

    Research Intern

Aakriti Vinayak
Research Intern

Aakriti has completed her Masters in Politics (with specialization in International Relations) from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.  She got her Bachelor’s degree in History from Jesus and Mary College, University of Delhi.  She has also done a short term course on Media studies in collaboration with Jesus and Mary College and Times of India. During her college days she was a member of the student union and core team member and fellow walk leader of Dastaan- the Art and Architecture Society. She was involved in the UGC funded innovation project on Zafar Mahal and University of Delhi’s annual festival Antardhwani.  In past she has worked as an intern with Times Business Solutions, INTACH and BRICS International forum. Currently she is working on a project Ibadat which aims to connect the past with present through heritage walks around the cities of India, primarily Delhi. During her Masters she has done varied courses from Problems of International Relations, Aesthetics and International Politics to specialized areas like South Asia, South East Asia and China. She has also participated in various conferences in JNU like Kunzru Memorial lecture on current Refuges crisis She is interested in looking at Alternative approaches to International Relations and how there can be a “dialogue” with the mainstream International Relations.

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Anuraag Srivastava
Research Intern

Anuraag Srivastava is a graduate in Engineering in the field of Information Technology from University of Mumbai. Currently, he is pursuing Masters of Arts in International Studies from Symbiosis School of International Studies. His research areas include internal political as well as economic structures and policies of China and comparative studies between economic, social and political policies of India and China. He has published articles for Indian Review of Global Affairs, the research wing of Symbiosis School of International Studies. He is also studying Mandarin and has completed HSK level 1 exam so far.

 

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Avadhi Patni
Research Intern

Avadhi Patni is currently pursuing her Masters in International Studies from Symbiosis School of International Studies, Pune. She got her Bachelor’s Degree in B.Com Honours (Accountancy) from Institute for Excellence in Higher Education, Barkatullah University, Bhopal (M.P.). She has served as a Student Director for Social Service at The Daly College, Indore. She also represented India with other teammates at the International Regional Round Square of the Americas’ Conference on the theme ‘Unity in Community’ in Appleby College, Canada. Recently she was a part of the organising and report drafting committee for International Relations Conference (IRC): India and the Indian Ocean 2016 and also part of the organising and communication committee for China Symposium. Her current project focuses on Social Credit System in China. Her areas of interest include defence, strategy and security in context to China's increasing presence in South Asian Region, Sino-Indian and China-South Asia relations and cultural studies.

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Disunga Fedilis H
Research Intern

Disunga Fedilis H has completed her masters from Jawaharlal Nehru University on Politics with Specialisation in International Relations. She has acquired her Bachelor Degree from Don Bosco College Maram, Manipur on Political Science.  During her bachelor, she has served as an executive member in various Student’s Organisations and has participated in various activities from teaching the marginalised to conducting awareness programs on the various ground. She has also undertaken field work to Manipur Central Jail analysing its Functional and Managerial System. She has done courses on International Area Studies in various countries and regions, Foreign Policy and Domestic Political System. At present, she serves as a Research Intern in the Institute of Chinese Studies. She is working on the Human Security in China; Drug a determinant, and also interested in looking at Chinese advancement in Myanmar; Impacts on India, China’s policies towards South Asia; Economic and Cultural.

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Naina Singh
Research Intern

Naina Singh is a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies. She is pursuing MPhil in international Organizations from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. She has completed her Masters from South Asian University, New Delhi in International Relations with special focus on South Asian region. Her research interests includes primarily cultural and international relations, regional and sub-regional arrangements (Asia) and multilateral diplomacy.

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Ravish Bhatia
Research Intern

Ravish Bhatia holds a bachelors in technology from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi and is a Yenching Scholar for the cohort of 2017 at Peking University with a concentration in Economics and Management. In the past he has worked across management consulting and developmental consulting at ZS Associates and Swaniti Initiative respectively. He was involved in building development plans for model villages in Sikkim and Uttar Pradesh.He founded and presently leads the National Youth Advisory Panel, PLAN International (India Chapter), a 200-member youth body promoting children's rights in India. 

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Rajesh Ghosh
Research Intern

Rajesh Ghosh has an MA in Diplomacy, Law and Business from the Jindal School of International Affairs, O.P. Jindal Global University. His areas of interest include International Relations Theory, China's International Relations, and Ethnic and National Conflict. 

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