Call for Members to join Editing and Proofreading Team
About Jindal Centre for the global South
Jindal Centre for the Global South (JCGS) is affiliated to the School of International Affairs (JSIA), O.P. Jindal Global University, Haryana – India. It draws researchers from across the faculties of social sciences and humanities from inside and outside India. JCGS conducts policy-oriented research, dialogue and training into the social, economic and political key issues across countries of the Global South with a special emphasis on South-South Cooperation and its underpinning development opportunities for the Global South countries.
About the opportunity
Jindal Centre for the Global South seeks applications from students and researchers to join the Editing and Proofreading team of JCGS to ensure our commitment in engaging and thought-provoking original research publications.
- JCGS welcomes applications from researchers with strong academic backgrounds and a keen affinity toward Global South Studies and International Relations.
- The applicant must be in or above 2nd year of Graduation in any Social Science School or in Masters or a Research Scholar in Social Science.
- Applicants with significant publications and/or reviewing experience will be preferred. It is a prerequisite for every applicant to be proficient in English Language.
- Applicants must be familiar with key aspects of research writing such as citations and its rules.
Roles and Responsibility
- Send written feedback for improving an article.
- Language and content editing of the articles, commentaries, case comment and book reviews.
- Other miscellaneous editorial tasks.
- No stipend
Interested candidates are required to send their applications along with the following documents to email@example.com, with the subject line “Application for editing and proofreading team”.
- Updated CV
- Statement of Purpose (300-500 words)
In case of any query, you may write to the Centre firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Hebatallah Adam
Jindal Centre for the Global South
Global South Studies Series