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Internship Details

About Internship:

Do you know every year 1.5 lakh people die on Indian Roads with an accident happening every minute?

Want to change the scenario and impact millions with your efforts?
Then, read along!

Ministry of Road Transport and Highways and Indian Road Safety Campaign, IIT Delhi presents a golden chance to be the CAMPUS AMBASSADOR and be the face of MoRTH in your college to save thousands of lives which are lost due to road accidents. It is a transformational program aimed at building the problem solvers of today and leaders of tomorrow.

iSAFE'18: The Safer India Challenge is the annual road safety championship conducted by IRSC and Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, Govt of India with a vision to use the passion and competitive spirit of students while making them do what they like to do to build a Safer India! Conducted by Indian Road Safety Campaign (Solve), which is the largest youth-led organization in India with a presence in over 60+ cities and working with help of 1700+ youth and in association with 500+ college chapters across India. Indian Road Safety Campaign (IRSC) was initiated by students and alumni of IIT Delhi and is presently working with organizations like United Nations, WHO, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, India, Niti Aayog, IRTE, Delhi Traffic Police and TRIPP, IIT Delhi in its endeavor to make Indian roads safer.
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Roles and Responsibilities:

1.Extensive promotion of iSAFE'18 by spreading awareness about Road safety by planning and organizing various activities and events in your respective city.
2.The responsibility of introducing the candidates to iSAFE and motivating them to register for the same.
3. Encouraging the candidates in your respective College/University to apply for IRSC internships.


1. A chance to work for a Non-Profit Organization having collaborations with several highly important organizations like WHO, UN, Niti Aayog, Delhi Traffic Police etc
2. A rare opportunity to showcase your talent and working skills in front of Ministry and big Corporates.
3. Develop essential skills like leadership, effective communication, and marketing while you represent IRSC in your college and understand how it all comes together for a cause.
4. Certificate and Letter of Recommendation from IRSC, IIT Delhi and MoRTH for exceptional CA
5. The best performing Campus Ambassador will also be awarded Cash Prizes and Goodies!
6. Free trip to IIT Delhi for the top-3 performers

No. of Positions


Skills Required

Application Deadline

Apply by: 15th Jun `18


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About Company

Indian Road Safety Campaign, is the road safety initiative of Solve, a trust started by the students and alumni of IIT Delhi to solve the problems plaguing the society on the ground level. IRSC (Solve) is the largest youth led organisation working towards the mission of making Indian Roads Safer, focusing on reducing the number of deaths caused by road accidents across India by half till 2020. We are currently active in 50+ cities with over 1700+ volunteers and have impacted more than 1 crore people in across 10 states in India.

The Indian Road Safety Campaign, Solve was started when few students of IIT Delhi lost their precious life in a road accident just after being placed in well reputed firms. We started as a project under National Service Scheme, IIT Delhi. Currently, have grown to be a youth led national level organization with the collaborative and supportive effort of MoRTH (Ministry of Road Transport and Highways), Delhi Traffic Police, College Chapters under IRSC, Intern Teams and various schools. The active involvement of governmental bodies and international bodies like United Nations indicate that we have been successfully recognised by the government for our work towards road safety and have so far received optimum support towards proper management for all our work. There are various methodologies inclusive of awareness sessions, policy and technical internships, workshops, competitions and marathons through which we have been able to sensitize and impact 25,00,000+ people directly, igniting in them a sense of need and responsibility to start working on the much ignored issue of road safety.

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