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IR Internship Programmes


Indian Ruminations Internship Programme

Duration: Two months
Vacancy: 2

Indian Ruminations (ISSN: 2249-2062) is a portal that showcases literary and journalistic content on a wide array of topics and genres.

If you are a recent graduate or an early career journalist who would like to grow your career in the media industry, we have curated an internship programme that offers hands-on experience on how our content is produced. We currently are a small but experienced team with great enthusiasm for the work we do.

The applicant should have a keen interest in English Literature /Journalism. A graduate degree in Multimedia and Journalism will be an added advantage. He/She will have primary responsibilities of proofreading, transcribing speeches/interviews, researching, social media handling as well as assisting the editorial team. The working hours for the internship are flexible and demands two months commitment. The selected intern will also have the opportunity to contribute to the website.

Our office is located in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India. To apply, please send us a writing sample of 500 – 750 words along with your updated CV to

Managing Editor
Indian Ruminations

Editorial Team of Indian Ruminations.


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