Scheme of Internship

1st phase

  • A schematic synopsis of the research to be undertaken by the Intern hasto be submittedtothe supervisor and approved by the Centre Head.

2nd phase

  • Literature review/Collection of Resources/ development in the research should be updated timely.

3rd phase

  • Mandatory Presentation on the research undertaken by the Intern at the end of the internship.

4th phase

  • Final report to be submitted after incorporating the suggestions and inputs provided during presentation.

 Last minute hurry should be avoided.

Regular interaction on the progress of the research with the supervisor.

Attendance at the centre between 10 a.m to 5 p.m (Excluding the lunch and tea break) is mandatory
Minimum duration of Internship is 15 or 30 working days. Relaxed may be granted in exceptional circumstances by the Centre Head.
The Final Report on the research undertaken by the intern should be submitted to the supervisor during the last week of intern(6days prior to the end of the intern period).
Late submission of the report or submission of the report after the internship period will be not accepted.
The Certificate of Internship shall be issued on successful completion of all the mandatory requirements during the internship to the complete satisfaction of the Centre Head.
CIPRA will not provide any financial assistance during Internship.
The candidate is expected to make his/her own arrangement for accommodation during the internship period [However the candidate may approach the Chief Warden of the Halls of Residence of NLSIU for accommodation, allotment of hostel facility is at the discretion of Chief Warden].

Internship report of Mr. Sriramajha/ Topic: FAILINGS OF THE GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS OF GOODS (REGISTRATION AND PROTECTION) ACT, 1999/ Duration: 11th Oct to 31st Oct 2014

Issuing of Certificate 


Internship report of Ms. Varnitha/ Topic : “IP taxation in India: India’s growth towards a knowledge based economy.”/ Duration : 15th Nov to 15th December 2016 


Internship Report of Ms. Nishtha Upadhyay on Topic: “Protection of India’s Traditional Cultural Expressions through Present IPR Regime: A Mirage  or A Reality”/ Duration: 16th May 2017 to 16th June 2017


Internship Report of Ms. Mahima Saini/ Topic: A Critical study on the Access and Benefit Sharing laws in India (with insights on implementation from the Karnataka Biodiversity Board)/ Duration : May 2016/  Issuing of Certificate 


Internship Report of Ms. Jelsyna Chacko/ Topic : Revisiting ‘OUP, DUP, Francis & Tayler vs Rameshwari Photocopy Centre, Delhi University’ – An analytical stairway to the future of photocopying in India/ Duration : May 2016/ Issuing of Certificate