Internship Experience @ Navjyoti Organisation, New Delhi [NGO]: Learnt a lot from poor people

Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID


Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength

Navjyoti Organisation, New Delhi

Application Process with contact details

I registered in Navjyoti organisation through the online application form prescribed by them.

Then I received a confirmation mail from them asking for the duration I would like to join them.

I sent them my details with the accommodation letter from my university then I was selected by them and was appointed as an intern.

Duration of internship and timings

May – June, 2015

First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

Our first interaction with them was good. We reached there and was allowed to visit their institution.

One of their intern accompanied us and explained us about the workings of the organisation.

We visited the schooling programs run by them for the free education of the poor children and the midday meal provided by them for the schooling children.

Later on, I also thought in that same school for a couple of days.

Main tasks

Surveys, we interns collectively prepared ppt’s and showed it to the people their and made them aware about the importance of Woman Empowerment, Child Education, Criticism of Dowry, etc.

We also performed certain Nukad Nataks their for the awareness of the laws against the Domestic Violence.

Work environment and people

The work environment in the organisation was very good for the girls also, but when it came to surveys and all our seniors suggested us to divide groups accordingly so that no female member should perform the outdoor activities alone only by keeping in mind the girls security.

Best things

Our best experience was the villagers and the small children there. they was very helpful.

The children there used to initiate themselves in helping us in finding the particular we had to perform surveys.

The people their also were keen to answer whatever we use to inquire them.

Even they use to share their legal problems with us.

Bad things

The environment their was smelly. Sometimes some people use to react very strangely with them as if we were thieves.

Mainly the girls working there would not be allowed to go alone in that areas, mostly we would have a male intern accompanying us.


No stipend

Biggest Lessons

I learnt many things from the poor children about how they use to manage the less amount of money given by their parents.

Moreover I learnt how the poor people managed their financial workings and the daily wages earned by them.


No, I did it from my hometown, Delhi.

Office Timings

9 am – 5 pm


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