Journalism Internship in India

Unpaid Virtual Internships in Content Writing under Dale Bhagwagar Media Group

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Period: Two months

Intern’s tasks: Content generation (two news articles per day)

On completion: Digital Certificate and Letter of Appreciation

Entry test

Dale Bhagwagar Media Group’s Unpaid Virtual Internships in Content Writing are based on work-from-home projects, assigned mainly to students studying Journalism, Content Writing and/or Public Relations.

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Please note that our Virtual Internships have an entry barrier on who we choose to train. Because time and energy are resources. There is an entry test all applicants must take. Only if we are satisfied with the entry test response, will the applicant be accepted for our two-month Virtual Internship in Content Writing.

The entry test will involve content generation of two news articles on topics commissioned by us. The articles will be scrutinised for writing quality, news value, expressiveness, formation of sentences, grammar, copy editing and meeting the deadlines of article submission. If the two news articles meet our expectations, we will issue an offer note to the applicant to join as a Virtual Intern.

Period

The period of the internship is two months, which is essential for understanding content strategy, journalistic styles and ethics, spin techniques, methods of news writing, formation of content, news angles and news writing formats.

The tasks

As a Virtual Intern, the applicant will be expected to stay in touch over the phone and on WhatsApp each day for two months and generate two news articles everyday for 60 days.


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Bonus

In case, the daily articles prepared by the Intern meet the journalistic standards of national news websites, we may speak to select websites and get some of them published. These could be extremely beneficial as reference links for the Intern, when seeking a job in mass media professions such as Journalism, Content Writing or PR in future.

Completion mandatory

The Letter of Appreciation will carry details about the performance during the internship. If for any reason whatsoever, we deem fit to discontinue the applicant’s internship midway, we reserve the right to do so. Copyright for all submitted content will belong to Dale Bhagwagar Media Group.

Successful completion of the Virtual Internship is mandatory for the Certificate and Letter of Appreciation. In case the applicant is unable to complete the two-month period of tasks, we will not be able to provide a Certificate or a Letter of Appreciation.

Why Content Writing is MOST IMPORTANT for today’s Journalism and PR

Without understanding how to write great content, one can never be a great journalist or a great PR. Humans have moved from the Stone Age to the Labour Age, Industrial Age and then the Information Age — now speedily heading into the Communication Age.

With the right direction and right guidance in writing and communication skills and its proper processes, one can improve on content writing skills from a news media point of view. Without perfecting this, Journalism and PR learning remains incomplete.

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Highly successful interns

Some of the highly successful names who have interned with Dale Bhagwagar Media Group include Alok Parande (Vivekanand Education Society’s College of Arts, Science & Commerce – VES, Mumbai), Aditya Jha (VES, Mumbai), Richa Shah (Ghanshyamdas Saraf College of Arts & Commerce – GSCC, Mumbai), Sneha Shah (GSCC, Mumbai), Anchal Sujanti (Usha Pravin Gandhi College of Management, Mumbai), Shraddha Solanki (University of Delhi), Priya Gupta (Singhania University, JR Media Institute, Delhi), Devyani Sharma (Hislop College, Nagpur), Ankit Chavan (Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, Nagpur), Reyanka Debnath (Doon Business School, Dehradun) and Nidhi Desai (Mithibai College, Mumbai).