JD for Research Intern 

Duration : 3 months to 6 months (Can extend to 1 year)


  • Students in final year of graduation or students pursuing post-graduation.
  • Preferable stream of studies being Forestry/ Climate Science/ Environmental Science/ Natural Science or related disciplines
  • Good understanding of Biodiversity

Experience: Upto 1 year (Freshers can apply)

Key Deliverables:
  • Research on different species within the biodiversity universe
  • Data collation and analysis
  • Implementing & working on ideas
  • Informed decision making & reporting on conservation priorities
  • Assess the impact of biodiversity loss
  • Design conservation measures
  • Planning & execution of projects
  • Monitor impact of changes in species & communities with conservation efforts
  • Coordination with internal and external stakeholders

Desired Skills and Abilities:
  • Strong research and analytical skills
  • Good communication, project execution & planning skills
  • Working along with and overseeing volunteers
  • Excellent interpersonal and team skills and ability to work in a multi-cultural environment
  • Ability to multi-task and display a strong result-oriented approach

How to apply:
  • Interested candidates need to fill the application form
  • Candidates need to submit the application along with a valid recommendation from the College/ University
  • Start date and End date needs to be clearly mentioned on the form
  • For any foreign students studying in Indian College/ University are interested, can also apply with appropriate information on form
  • Duly completed forms along with your resume should be emailed to info@manosansar.org
  • Incomplete forms shall not be accepted

Man-O-Sansar will not pay a stipend to students who are pursuing the internship as part of their completion of studies (academic courses). However, others interested in an internship with Man-O-Sansar, may be paid stipend based on their experience. Company's decision on this shall be final

Internship certificate shall be issued to interns on successful completion of their internship assignments and reports

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