These government internships are here to help you build your career
The Union HRD minister, Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal, and Hardeep Singh Puri, Minister of MoHUA jointly launched The Urban Learning Internship Programme (TULIP). It is a portal designed to provide internship opportunities to fresh graduates and engineers under the ‘Smart City’ projects. The TULIP portal, developed by the All India Council for Technical Education, aims to enable students to work for 100 smart cities under the ministry of housing and urban development by way of government internships with various ministries.
There are 23,970 companies registered on the portal offering a total of 295,200 internships. Currently, students with a degree of B.Tech, B planning, BA, BSc, BCom, LLB, and B.Arch are eligible. Candidates who apply through TULIP would have the chance to find work that matches their interests, decide stipend, and decide the terms of engagement.
AIM OF TULIP
TULIP interns would not only get exposure in many areas but also get insight into policy formulation and implementation.
It will give them a chance to interact with city officials and give them an experience of urban governance.
This is a valuable investment for students, especially those looking for a future in the public sector.
Duration, eligibility, and Benefits
The internship will stretch for periods varying from a minimum of 8 weeks up to 1 year.
This portal is only open to Indian citizens who have received their final year resultless than 18 months before the date of application
Digitally signed certificate of the internship, issued by MoHUA, State government, AITCE, and the respective smart city will be provided on successful completion of the internship.