Legal Internship Opportunity at Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)

Legal Internship Opportunity at Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)

The Central Bureau of Investigation traces its origin to the Special Police Establishment (SPE) which was set up in 1941 by the Government of India is looking to hire thirty (30) legal interns for their multiple offices across India.

Job Description:

Selected intern’s day-to-day responsibilities include:

Investigate criminal cases

Analyze legal judgments

Work on issues relating to anti-corruption cases and preventive measures

Work on issues relating to economic offenses and bank fraud cases

Work on gap analysis for Indian legal framework and UNCAC/UNTOC

Understand international best practices in anti-corruption investigation and prosecution

Eligibility criteria:

A citizen of India

A graduate/post-graduate or research student enrolled in reputed university/institution within India and preferably specializing in law, cyber, data analysis, forensic science including digital forensics, criminology, management, economics, and commerce

Has completed at least 3 years college of the integrated course

Who can apply:

Only those candidates can apply who:

are available for full time (in-office) internship

can start the internship between 18th May’20 and 26th Jun’20

are available for duration of 6 weeks

have relevant skills and interests

To apply for this legal internship: Click Here

About the Company:

The Central Bureau of Investigation traces its origin to the Special Police Establishment (SPE) which was set up in 1941 by the Government of India. The functions of the SPE then were to investigate cases of bribery and corruption in transactions with the War & Supply Department Of India during World War II. Even after the end of the war, the need for a Central Government agency to investigate cases of bribery and corruption by Central Government employees was felt. The Delhi Special Police Establishment Act was therefore brought into force in 1946. The DSPE acquired its popular current name, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), through a Home Ministry resolution dated 1.4.1963. Initially, the offenses that were notified by the Central Government related only to corruption by Central Govt. servants. In due course, with the setting up of a large number of public sector undertakings, the employees of these undertakings were also brought under CBI purview.

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