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Internship Details

About Internship:

CUTS International is looking for web development intern for the full-time position who have the basic knowledge of the latest technologies, hardware and software, Ms-Office etc.

Roles and Responsibilities:

1. Support the IT team in maintaining hardware, software, and other systems
2. Assist with troubleshooting issues and provide technical support
3. Organize and maintain IT resources
4. Website management and updates
5. Familiar with WordPress, Java, .NET, JavaScript or HTML/DHTML and Microsoft Office Suite
6. Good verbal and written communication
7. Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
8. Ability to work well in teams


1. No uniform
2. Internship Certificate
3. 5 days a week

No. of Positions


Application Deadline

Apply by: 31st Jul `20


Rs. 0

About Company

Consumer Unity and Trust Society (CUTS) is a leading think-tank working on economic and public policy issues. From its modest beginnings in 1983, CUTS has grown significantly as local and global research and advocacy group in addressing the challenges to enhance consumer welfare. From a small voluntary consumer non-governmental organisation (NGO) working locally in Rajasthan, a state in North-West India, to make consumers aware of their rights and seek resolution of their grievances, CUTS has over time progressed to policy research and network-based advocacy on various public policy issues at state, national, regional and international levels.

Its work spans a multi-pronged agenda targeted to the realisation of CUTS’ Vision of ‘Consumer sovereignty’ and its Mission of ‘consumer sovereignty in the framework of social justice, economic equality and environmental balance, within and across borders.’

CUTS work now revolves around three verticals: Rules-based Trade, Effective Regulation and Good Governance. This graduation happened organically because of the demands made on CUTS to work on policy issues, which would enhance consumer welfare, with the realisation that consumers need to be protected upfront and not only ex-post.