National Institute of Urban Affairs
  • Full Time
  • 05-Sep-2023
  • New Delhi ,Delhi
  • Start date
  • Duration
    3 Months
  • Stipend
    10000 /month
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About the program

Internship Description: National Institute of Urban Affairs (NIUA), is seeking a Urban Planing Intern with a background in Urban Design or Urban Planning. There is a lot of opportunity to collaborate, learn and ideate, as well as interact with many partners. Potential candidates should be interested in research and publications under the urban, climate and gender lens. Proficiency in software like InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop is a must. Designing infographics is an additional asset. Responsibilities - Use statistical and analytical tools to process and analyze collected data. - Help identify trends, patterns, and correlations within urban datasets. - Prepare visualizations, charts, and reports to communicate research findings. - Design thinking for publications and other modes of presentation - Ideating on new projects in the pipeline - Coordination and collaboration with internal and external partners - Design collaterals for partnering events - Creating databases and repositories for the various projects of NIUA - Collect and analyze data related to land use, demographics, transportation, and infrastructure. - Assist in preparing reports, maps, and visual presentations to support planning projects. Skills, Qualifications & Experience - Experience: 0-2 years - Qualification: Enrolled in or recently completed a degree program in urban planning, geography, sociology, economics, or a related field. - Strong research and analytical skills. - Proficiency in data analysis tools and software (e.g., Excel, SPSS, R, or Python). - Strong



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Terms of Engagement

The Terms of Engagement Will be as per TULIP Handbook and TULIP Guidelines

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