MOHAN Foundation offers internship opportunities to interested individuals. These are awarded after screening the applications. All interns are required to complete the Organ Donation Ambassador training prior to start of their internship.
This training costs Rs 500/-. Click here to Register as Organ Donation Ambassador.
We also recommend that you become a Life member of MOHAN Foundation so that you continue to learn about organ donation and transplantation. Click here to Register Become Life Member.
As we survive on limited resources, interns will be provided with a stipend towards their expenses depending on their commitments. This shall be paid at the end of second month, after completion of one month and having a satisfactory report of performance. Interns for shorter terms (two months and less) are not eligible for any compensation. Accommodation and local conveyance expenses will need to be borne by the interns.
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Internship by Ms. Apoorva Thorat, International Institute Of Information Technology, Pune.
From March 2021, I started working as an intern in MOHAN Foundation. I truly had an excellent learning experience while working as an intern in the foundation. I received the Organ Donation Ambassador training prior to starting my internship. This training helped me to gain a precise knowledge of Organ Donation and Transplantation. Our project was to develop a two hour e-learning course on Prevention of Kidney Disease on moodle platform.Read More
Internship by Ms. Manasi Joshi, International Institute Of Information Technology, Pune.
I am Manasi Joshi from Pune. I am a Computer Engineering student in the International Institute of Information Technology, currently in my third year. Working as an intern with MOHAN Foundation was a great experience for me. First I underwent training to understand Organ Donation and Transplantation. There is also a satisfaction that I worked for a social cause. Read More
Internship by Ms. Janvi Rajendra Nandre, International Institute Of Information Technology, Pune.
I started my internship experience with MOHAN Foundation in March 2021. My father organises Blood Donation Camps every year. So I was excited after knowing about this internship and immediately applied. I wasn't sure how I'd perform since I didn't have any prior internship experience. But all my doubts were cleared after my first meeting with the mentors. As part of my internship, I underwent a training on the organ donation process through the Organ Donor Ambassador program. Read More
Internship by Damayanti Dilip Chavan, International Institute of Information Technology, Pune.
I am Damayanti Dilip Chavan currently pursuing the Computer Engineering degree from International Institute of Information Technology. I have such a great experience while working for MOHAN Foundation. Our project was to develop an elearning course and place it on moodle platform. The course title was - Taking care of your Kidneys. In this course we created four different modules that will help people to take care of their organs. This internship gave me the insides of the industry and made me improve my professional skills. Beside that, the staff members are so helpful and supportive. Read More
Internship by Ms. Natalia Candanca Raaj, Stella Maris College, Chennai.
My time at the Foundation was wonderful and a great learning experience! I had very little knowledge on what organ donation or organ transplantation was before joining. The Gift of Life course by the Foundation filled me in all the areas that were required for working here. The activities that are carried out here is like an ocean of many networks striving to provide the best, compared to what is seen from the other point of view. I would definitely recommend this Foundation to my fellow peers and juniors for a life changing experience. Thank you so much, MOHAN Foundation for letting me intern!
Internship by Ms. Diana Kasiya Mary A., Department of Medical Sociology, Madras Medical Mission College of Health Sciences, Chennai.
In April and May 2021, working as an intern in MOHAN Foundation – I learned a lot. At first it was difficult that I doubted whether it is an NGO or the study room, cause spend I most of my time reading and learning. Honestly I didn’t get a good impression at first. May be I sound immature, but later I realised that the ground work I did before is just to make things easy. The knowledge I gained during that learning period helped me to perform a successful organ donation public awareness talk to 33 people in google meet. I learned how to write a newsletter article, which I didn’t know before MOHAN Foundation. Read More
Internship by Ms. Subashini, MMM College of Allied Health Sciences, Chennai.
Interning at MOHAN Foundation has been one of the significant learning experiences in my life. If you ask me to describe my internship experience, in a word, then ‘Rollercoaster’ suits better. In the beginning it was great that I went for community survey, distributing brochures in my nearby areas, placing organ donation toll free number stickers in the small shops, but in the second half; the situation became upside down. As our country’s facing the second wave of COVID-19, all this pandemic and lockdown. I continued my internship virtually, which was completely a different case. Read More
Internship by Mr. Aditya Kumar Dubey, Fashion Communication, NIFT Ahmedabad.
I worked as an intern at MOHAN Foundation and it was a wonderful experience for me. I was amazed with such a calm and pleasant work culture which lets you to enjoy freedom in learning and work. I would like to thank my mentor Dr. Hemal Kanvinde for guiding me so properly and being so kind to me. Flabbergasted with the amazing experience, It was really delightful to do some work for the society in the field of organ donation. The work actually rejenuvates the mind and body and let you think more about how you can be helpful to the society. Read More
Internship by Ms. Preeti, Fashion Communication, NIFT Gandhinagar.
Hello, my name is Preeti and I'm a NIFT Gandhinagar Fashion Communication student. As I am in my fourth year, i.e., last year, we are required to submit a Graduation Project in which we collaborate with an organization/brand to complete our project. I am very pleased that I was able to work for a worthy cause as part of my graduation project with the MOHAN Foundation. In a time duration of 4 months, I worked on 4 different projects: A social media campaign, Surrealism art on Organ donation for calendar 2022, Photoshoots for exhibition and, a book for children. Read More
Internship by Mr. Umar Nath. P, MMM College of Health Sciences, Chennai.
The two-month internship program at MOHAN Foundation was a great experience that gave a good exposure in the field of Organ Donation. I was not much aware about Organ Donation before I came into MOHAN Foundation for internship. I understood that it was a very complex issue. It helped me to study more about organ donation, taught me how to face the public. I got the chance to assist in many awareness programs. Promoting the cause and creating organ donors can also be done by approaching to the public with a wording of “Be an Organ Donor, Not an Organ Recipient”.Read More
Internship by Mr. Naveen Antony .V, MMM College of Health Sciences, Chennai.
My two-month internship in MOHAN Foundation was very useful for me. Practical experience was the best part during the internship. At first communication, learning to deal with people and meeting deadlines was a challenging part for me. I learnt a lot in MOHAN Foundation. I am thankful to Ms. Ishwarya Thyagarajan and Dr. Hemal Kanvinde for teaching me how to write reports and guiding me in overcoming my fears. I learnt and understood organ donation, brain death and brain death certification. I have learnt the value of team work. Read More
Internship by Mr. Kartik Sinha, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad.
I am a student in 1st year LLB at Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad. I did a 3 week internship at MOHAN Foundation. It proved to be an invaluable experience as I learned many things about organ donation. The online module given to me and the interactions with experts helped me to become an Ambassador for Organ Donation. The awareness campaign I hosted and the presentation that I prepared, helped me to overcome my shyness and helped me to become a better public speaker. I really value my time at the Foundation and I am really thankful to everyone who made the experience so special to my personal and professional development.
Internship by Mr. Vishal Kanchi, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad.
I am Vishal R Kanchi, was an intern at MOHAN Foundation in March 2021. The internship at MOHAN Foundation was knowledgeable as well as enjoyable. The three-module structured training was designed to provide complete knowledge about organ donation. Starting from educating us about organ donation using online materials and videos, the members of MOHAN Foundation made sure that we were clear with the aspects by organizing a discussion with the experts. Read More
Internship by Ms. Maanvi Trivedi, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad.
In March 2021, MOHAN Foundation gave me an opportunity to intern with them and learn about the noble act of Organ Donation. As one of their interns and an Organ Donation Ambassador I also underwent an ambassador training programme which was divided into three parts. In the first module, they taught us about organ donation, the myths & facts, the legal aspects and many other things via videos and reading materials. At the end of Module One we were given a “Gift of Life “certificate. Read More
Internship by Ms. R. B. Sneha, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad.
I am R. B. Sneha from Chennai and currently I’m pursuing BBALLB at Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad. I did an internship at MOHAN Foundation for the time period of 3 weeks in March 2021. I had a really great experience because although it was online like “work from home” due to COVID-19. Firstly, I had to complete a One-day Online Certificate Course on Organ Donation, “Gift of Life” which consists of lots of information about organ donation and what kind of organs can we donate. Read More
Internship by Ms. Himangi Nagar, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad.
I am a law student at Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad. I got the opportunity to intern at Mohan Foundation during the March of 2021. It was an invaluable experience. I learnt so much about organ donation during my time there. Even though the internship was online, I felt properly guided and ready to be an organ donation ambassador. I even conducted a public awareness talk on my own. The internship has been extremely informative and inspirational and I would totally recommend working with such an amazing group of professionals.
Internship by Mr. Avinav Jena, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad.
I, Avinav Jena, 1st year B.A.L.L.B., Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad was grateful enough to get an opportunity to be an intern at MOHAN Foundation wherein we were supposed to get ourselves enrolled in “The Gift Of Life” Course which was divided into three modules. In the 1st module with the help of several videos and online reading materials, the concepts, ethics and myths related to organ donation were discussed. The 2nd module was an interactive session between the interns and the medical professionals and other members of MOHAN Foundation who helped the interns in clearing all their doubts. Read More
Internship by Mr. Prajal Joshi, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad.
Interning at MOHAN Foundation (Feb-March 2021) provided a wonderful insight to the world of Organ Donation. It helped me understand the concept of Organ Donation deeply and why it is important to donate one's organs. It made me capable of talking and educating other people about organ donation and think about the legal aspects of the concept.
Internship by Ms. Atluri Srividya, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad.
I interned at MOHAN Foundation in Feb - March 2021. The internship had an online training called the Organ Donation Ambassador volunteer training. It was really informative, all the doubts which I had earlier were cleared by this course. It has also boosted my knowledge on organ donation from different perspectives like the technical, legal, ethical and moral and the myths on organ donation were clearly explained. The talks of experts gave insights into depth of all aspects of organ donation and the talks by actual donor families and recipients were very motivating. Read More
Internship by Mr. Muhammed Junaid, School Of Social Work Roshni Nilaya, Mangalore.
My internship with MOHAN Foundation began on 5th October 2020, for a period of 2 months. I was placed at MOHAN Foundation Bengaluru office under the supervision of project manager Mrs. Ranjini Shankar. She introduced MOHAN Foundation and it's services across our country and state activities to us. During the internship I interacted with two transplant coordinators Mr. Marulappa and Mrs. Hemavathi and shadowed them during their hospital rounds and assisted them. Read More
Internship by Mr. Noyal Thomas Neeliyara, School Of Social Work Roshni Nilaya, Mangalore.
I am Noyal Thomas Neeliyara, MSW, from Roshni Nilaya School of Social Work Mangalore. In 2020, October and November, I did an internship at MOHAN Foundation Bengaluru Office as part of my course work. Some activities carried out by me were, creation of public awareness tools, checking the dialysis centers, participation in fundraising events and in webinars meeting different stakeholders at hospitals. Through this internship I was able to learn and gain more knowledge about organ donation. Read More
Internship by Ms. B. Akshitha, Guru Nanak Business School, Hyderabad.
I learnt more than what I expected. After doing as an internship in MOHAN Foundation my thought process towards organ donation has changed. I understood the importance of organ donation, it can save many lives. Webinars were very helpful for me to understand things, what people around the world think about organ donation. My interviews with transplant coordinators made me aware of the processes in hospitals and the vital work they go. It made me prepare for the interview. Read More
Internship by Ms. Bhavana Akilan, Class 12, Saraswathi Vidyalaya Senior Secondary School, Vadapalani, Chennai.
There are some experiences that help you turn over a new leaf. My time here at MOHAN Foundation was one such priceless experience. My one-month internship was completely online since I took it up during the lockdown period. Despite this, I gained immense exposure and in-depth knowledge about the concept of organ donation. Dr Hemal, who was with me throughout, was my pillar of support and my guiding force. Ms. Ishwarya, Mr. Suresh and a few others were instrumental in shaping my journey here. Read More
Internship by Dr. Syeda Sana Ali, Indian Institute of Public Health, Hyderabad.
My internship with MOHAN foundation began on 1st June 2020 for a period of 2 months. Since we were experiencing a countrywide lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic, I opted for a virtual internship. Due to the pandemic situation, I had concerns about missing out on key elements of my internship. However, my time at MOHAN foundation led me to understand the essential aspects of organ donation, of which I had limited knowledge. I am happy with the skills I have acquired. Through the guidance of Mrs Lalitha Raghuram and Dr Hemal Kanvinde, I have gained valuable experience that will help me define my goals for the future. Read More
Internship by Mr. Muthurampandian R, Electronics and Communication Engineering, KCG College of Technology, Chennai.
I got an opportunity to pursue my internship with MOHAN Foundation and I was involved in developing an App for “Brain Death Certification”. My internship with MOHAN Foundation not only helped me gain experience on App development but also to educate myself about the noble cause of organ donation. Working on visuals such as images was an enriching experience. I am thankful to the MOHAN Foundation team for their valuable guidance and support throughout my internship.
Internship by Ms. Kothaai R, Electronics and Communication Engineering, KCG College of Technology, Chennai.
I got an opportunity to pursue my internship with MOHAN Foundation and I was involved in developing an App for “Brain Death Certification”. My internship with MOHAN Foundation not only helped me gain experience on App development but also to educate myself about the noble cause of organ donation. Working on the content and other supporting materials such as images was an enriching experience. I am thankful to the MOHAN Foundation team for their valuable guidance and support throughout my internship.
Internship by Mr. Ajai Krishna J M, Electronics and Communication Engineering, KCG College of Technology, Chennai.
I got an opportunity to pursue my internship with MOHAN Foundation and I was involved in developing an App for “Brain Death Certification”. My internship with MOHAN Foundation not only helped me gain experience on App development but also to educate myself about the noble cause of organ donation. It was an enriching experience to work on the various phases of App development - designing, developing, testing and deployment. I am thankful to the MOHAN Foundation team for their valuable guidance and support throughout my internship.
Internship by Mr. Mageshwaran B, KCG College of Technology, Chennai.
It was a great experience working as an intern in MedIndia. Came to know a lot of about transplantation and brain death. Our supervisor was so kind and generous, which fueled my spirit. It reinvigorated my interest in coding, in general. I worked as a front end developer for iOS app. It was great fun working on that.
Internship by Mr. Logesh D, KCG College of Technology, Chennai.
My intern at MOHAN Foundation was very valuable and remarkable. We as a team of three were given to build an application related to organ donation, during this we learnt more innovative and interesting facts about organ donation and tried to implement in the application. My part in this application was on the front end design and User interface, it was more challenging part for me. People in MOHAN Foundation were so helpful and kind in clearing all our queries and providing the required information. Read More
Internship by Mr. Arun Kumar S, KCG College of Technology, Chennai.
I did my internship at MOHAN Foundation as an App Developer for the “Organ Donation App”. I worked on both front-end and back-end of Android as well as iOS version of this app. I started the internship without knowing anything about MOHAN Foundation. When I got to know about it, I was proud to work in such an organization. I am very much happy that my work has a valuable use to the society. During the two months of my internship, I felt very comfortable with people who work at MF. It was really a great experience.
Internship by Ms. Sehar Sethi, OP Jindal Global University, Haryana.
My time with MOHAN foundation was limited to a period of one month, but what I learned cannot be defined by this figure. Not only did the internship help me gain confidence by presenting, but also helped me get a clear picture of the laws governing Organ donation in India. The amount of information I gained by researching for the projects I was given, helped making me a more knowledgeable person who can share their knowledge with others with confidence. Read More
Internship by Ms. Susmitha Gurung, Madras Medical Mission, Chennai.
When I first started interning at MOHAN Foundation, I was intimidated and nervous to ask questions because I didn’t want to admit that I didn’t understand or that I needed some extra help. Luckily I got over that fear quickly because asking questions is the only way to learn. Before internship I had zero knowledge about organ donation but now, this internship helped me to acquire in depth knowledge about organ donation and transplantation. Read More
Internship by Ms. Angeline Racheal, Madras Medical Mission, Chennai.
My experience in this organization was very useful and rewarding in gaining valuable insight into the organ donation and transplantation. I thoroughly enjoyed working with the organization and it was a pleasure being part of such a creative team. First of all, I am very much thankful to Dr. Sunil Shroff for giving me this opportunity to do my internship at MOHAN Foundation. Read More
Internship by Mr. Raghul Ravindranathan, Chennai.
I came into MOHAN Foundation essentially a stranger, a 16 year old American kid interning in Chennai. As a high school student from America, I can say that students do not typically go overseas to complete summer internships and instead choose to stay within the country doing summer programs or observing professors. However, doing an internship at MOHAN Foundation and going overseas unlike most of my peers was easily one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. I got to work alongside a brilliant staff here, all of whom were extremely welcoming and I became close friends with them easily. Read More
Internship by Ms. Shyamala Shruthi M, M.O.P Vaishnav College for Women, Chennai.
I am Shyamala Shruthi. M from M.O.P Vaishnav College for Women. I did an internship for a period of one month at MOHAN Foundation. During the course of which i learnt many valuable life lessons as well as other educative experiences which i was lucky to be a part of. I had my hand at spreading word on organ donation through marketing and promotion and met people from different backgrounds. I proof read many of their Newsletters, through which I understood the history of the Foundation as well as the work that is done in the world to promote Organ Donation. Read More
Internship by Ms. Swapna Prasad, B.Com Marketing, MOP Vaishnav College, Chennai.
My internship at MOHAN Foundation began with an understanding of the Concepts of Organ Donation and preparing a presentation. I was asked to market an award-winning exhibit “Life before Ashes”, which had different reactions from different people. I learnt a lot of things, starting from the basic misconceptions on organ donation to the mind set that people have towards organ donation. Communicating to different people, trying to change their mind set was one the key things I learnt during the 2 months.Read More
Internship by Mr. Alen Shaji, School Of Social Work Roshni Nilaya, Mangalore.
My internship began with an Angels of Change training along with CISF staff, Post the training, I was placed at Jeevsarthekathe, Bengaluru, the State Authority for Deceased organ donation and transplantation in Karnataka with the help of Mr. Shridhar Hanchinal, Director, MOHAN Foundation Bengaluru. He helped us to understand about organ donation and working of Jeevasarthekathe. Dr. Kishore Phadke, Convenor, Mrs Manjula, Chief transplant coordinator guided us. Read More
Internship by Mr. Deno Thomas, School Of Social Work Roshni Nilaya, Mangalore.
On 10th of December 2018 I started my internship in MOHAN Foundation, Bengaluru. I placed at Jeevasarthakathe, Bengaluru, the state authority for Deceased organ donation and transplantation in Karnataka with the help of director Shridhar Hanchinal MOHAN Foundation Bengaluru. He helped us to understand about organ donation and working of Jeevasarthakathe. Read More
Internship by Mr. Sony Thomas, School Of Social Work Roshni Nilaya, Mangalore.
As a one-month intern in MOHAN Foundation, Hyderabad I was very happy to proudly say that I got a clear picture about Organ Donation and Transplants which am unaware before. Mr. Sachin Sunny and myself were placed in Hyderabad office under the supervision of Country Director, Mrs. Lalitha Raghuram on 10th December 2018. She explained about MOHAN Foundation and its services across our country. Then she introduced two transplant coordinators to us Dr. Bhanu Chandra and Mr. Bhanu Prakash and told us to assist them. They were very helpful and ready to clarify our doubts and we shadowed them in their work.Read More
Internship by Ms. Sunisha S.S, MMM College of Health Sciences, Chennai.
I am Sunisha S.S studying B. Sc. Medical Sociology at Madras Medical Mission College of Health Sciences, Chennai. This internship was a new exposure for me. I was engaged in many of the programme conducted by them. It helped me to become aware about Organ Donation and Transplantation procedures. A clear plan was developed by the MOHAN Foundation team which helped me to move in a systematic manner.Read More
Internship by Mr. Albin Joseph, MMM College of Health Sciences, Chennai.
The two-month internship in MOHAN Foundation was very useful for me. Practical experience was the best part during the internship. At first communication, learning to deal with diverse people and meeting deadlines was a challenging part for me. I am thankful to Ms. Aishwarya and Dr. Hemal for teaching me how to write reports and guiding me in overcoming my fears. I learnt and understood organ donation, brain death and brain death certification through interaction with grief counselors.Read More
Internship by Mr. Sachin Sunny, School Of Social Work Roshni Nilaya, Mangalore.
As a one-month intern in MOHAN Foundation I got a clear picture about Organ Donation and Transplantation. We were placed in Hyderabad office under the supervision of country director, Mrs. Lalitha Raghuram from 10th to 29th December 2018. She explained about MOHAN Foundation and its services across our country. The senior transplant co-ordinators, Dr. Bhanu Chandra and Mr. Bhanu Prakash mentored us during the internship. Read More
Internship by Ms. Urvi Jinsiwale, Jindal Global Law School, Deli-NCR.
My experience interning at MOHAN Foundation (Mumbai) was very positive and informative. My internship was from 17th of December 2018 to 14th of January 2019. As a law student most of the times we are expected to focus only on the legal aspects of issues. Working here gave me a new perspective to not just take in account the legal aspects but also the ethical aspects. Working at the NGO gave me an opportunity to study about the recent developments that have occurred in the field of organ donation, it also shed a light on the loopholes that are present in the existing law related to organ retrieval Read More
Internship by Mr. Albin Augustin, School of Social Work Roshni Nilaya, Mangalore.
I Albin Augustin extremely feel proud to say that I had a very fruitful and innovative short time of internship in MOHAN Foundation Chennai. Within a short span of three weeks, I got the opportunity to learn much more than what I expected. It was a time of learning and leisure. I realized that the activities were very scheduled and I had the opportunities to learn from the very basic level of the foundation. I could learn about the starting of the foundation, its mission and objectives, activities done, etc. I also learned about the different laws, transplant coordinators tasks, etc. Read More
Internship by Mr. Arun Jose, Madras Medical Mission College of Health Sciences, Chennai.
The two months internship program at MOHAN Foundation was a great experience which helped to gain a good exposure in the field of Organ Donation. I was not much aware about organ donation before I came into MOHAN Foundation for internship. This was a chance to meet some great personalities and to know more about the concept related to organ donation. Organ donation is not a simple concept which can be taught easily as other medical fields. The contents are much is broader and wider and it needs an expelled mind for involving into it. Read More
Internship by Ms. Kaviya Palinivel, Madras Medical Mission College of Health Sciences, Chennai.
I thoroughly enjoyed my internship. Two-month internship in MOHAN Foundation was very useful for me. Practical experience was the best part in it. A skill such as multitasking, communicating, learning to deal with diversity and dealing with deadlines was a challenging part for me in MOHAN Foundation. I thought internship will be a fun time and there will be no work. But after coming here, I realized that the work of intern is totally different and there is a separate schedule are prepared for all the interns before they come here. First of all, I am thankful to the senior staff for guiding and teaching me how to do that kind of works and correcting all the mistakes. The colleagues in MOHAN Foundation were very good and friendly to me. Read More
Internship by Mr. Amal Antony Augustian, Madras Medical Mission College of Health Sciences, Chennai.
I thoroughly enjoyed my 2 months of internship training at MOHAN Foundation. I know this period of training at your organization will help when I am looking for jobs and needing references. In the first week, it was too difficult for me, but now I am happy that this internship is a required as a part of the curriculum and area of my subject. As my internship draws to a close, I am able to reflect back on all I have learned and truly thank MOHAN Foundation and Madras Medical Mission for granting this wide opportunity to handle different types of tasks that includes organising and conducting awareness talks, spreading the message of organ donation to the public, being a volunteer and supporting to increase the rate of organ donation, organizing stalls, handling system works at the office and how to cope up with real situations and problems. Read More
Internship by Ms. Hepzibah Synthiah David, Madras Medical Mission College of Health Sciences, Chennai.
Okay! I just can’t believe that I am in the last day of my internship at MOHAN Foundation. Before I get into the experience and things I learnt from this organization I would like to recollect a small memory which flashes through my mind. I still remember the first day when I stepped into this organization with complete nervousness and hesitation, this being my first work atmosphere. I found that everything was very systematic and well planned. I remember the first day I met Dr. Hemal, she greeted me with a warm welcome and straight asked for my mail ID. Read More
Internship by Mr. Diego Vallejo Riofrio, International Degree in Economics, Universidad de Navarra, Spain.
My experience in India and in MOHAN foundation this summer has undoubtedly been one of the most gratifying memories of my life. During the year, while I was searching for an internship for the summer and I came across MOHAN foundation online, its webpage, stories and activities left me astonished. The impact this NGO had in Indian society motivated me to apply, and later on, accept spending my summer in India working on an Economics Research project with Dr. Shroff under the guidance of Dr. Hemal Kanvinde. Read More
Internship by Ms. Sharmila Palin, KCTBS, Coimbatore.
Hi, I’m Sharmila Palin, I’m doing my MBA in Business Analytics at KCTBS, Coimbatore. I did my data analytics internship in MOHAN Foundation. I was just randomly applying for my academic internships in online, it’s always been my dream to work for social cause and so the internship in MOHAN Foundation interested me. The first three days in MOHAN Foundation was like boring because they asked me to read and learn about organ donation concepts. You know reading about topics which is totally unrelated to you will really bore you and that’s what happened to me. But when I went for my first campaign to NSS camp in Kanchipuram and explaining the concepts of organ donation and its importance, got my involvement in this internship job. Read More
Internship by Ms. Nimisha Papineni, Pondicherry University
I am a student of Pondicherry University pursuing II year integrated MSc Statistics. I joined MOHAN Foundation as an intern for 35 days from mid-May to mid-June of 2018. During my internship I worked on a survey conducted on 400 police officials of Tamil Nadu and analysed the basic demographic features of the respondents. I was involved in public and police awareness programs, creation of data bases, translations, public surveys and data analysis and visualisation. Read More
Internship by Mr. Britzer Paul V, JIPMER
I am a Physician Assistant with two years of experience in the department of hepatology and liver transplantation from Gleneagles Global Hospital, Chennai. Now I am a student of Masters in Public Health in JIPMER.Paul through his internship and association with MOHAN Foundation received funding for a 3 year PhD from University of Bedfordshire...https://www.beds.ac.uk/news/2018/november/university-research-to-improve-organ-donation-rates-in-india
Internship by Mr. Atul Sagaya Dorai Prem, Xavier Institute of Management & Entrepreneurship, Chennai
There is no doubt that MOHAN Foundation is one of the best NGOs in India which works for Organ donation awareness. For the past twenty days with them, I experienced on how even small things could be done professionally. Bureaucracy is minimum and ambitious youngsters would love to work and grow with it.
Fortunately, I along with other staff had the opportunity to organize the Rangoli event “Rangoli festival at the metro” for the NGO. It was led by Dr. Hemal and team. It was an absolute pleasure when we had complete support from our Managing Trustee, Dr. Sunil Shroff and our Country Director, Mrs. Lalitha Raghuram at the time of organizing the event. Read More
Internship by Ms. Anjali Aryamvally, B.Tech, Genetic Engineering, SRM University, Chennai
When I decided to intern with MOHAN Foundation, my support for the cause of organ donation was the only reason. My internship at MF has allowed me to meet people from all walks of life with a strong commitment towards the work that they do. The three months that I spent here was not just knowledgeable but I was also able to witness the extensive amount of work that goes behind making organ donation more acceptable among the public. Today, I not only support the cause but understand the importance of organ donation in today's day and time.
I would like to thank the entire team at MOHAN Foundation for all their help, warmth and support. I came as a stranger but I leave as a member of the MOHAN Foundation family.
Internship by Ms. Sridivya, Srimad Andavan Arts & Science College, Trichy
As a Social work trainee, I learnt more details about Organ Donation. Same time enjoyed well to work with this team. It gave a new experience to me. I worked here independently. No one forced me to work. But all gave guidance to work with calmness.
Very first day of my internship, I didn’t know what to do. I was totally confused and came here only for getting my marks. But from second day, I started loving the work and felt comfortable to work. I now know more details about Brain death and Organ Donation. Read More
Internship by Mr. Anubhav A Kediaa, Anna University, Chennai
My experience at MF was very valuable and enjoyable. Working with the dedicated team at MF was a very uplifting experience and I feel very blessed to have gotten an opportunity to work for MF and contribute to the noble cause that they serve.
Internship by Ms. Shweta Gupta, Masters of Design, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati
I had been in MOHAN Foundation for very short period of time. To work with the foundation was a very valuable experience for me. I worked on creating an awareness video on a sensitive issue - organ donation. This work was related to my master thesis project in IIT Guwahati and I am glad to spread this awareness through MOHAN Foundation. I feel very grateful to work for this noble cause with an energetic team. Thank you!
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Internship by Ms. Susmitha, Masters in Public Health, SRM University, Chennai
My summer internship with MOHAN Foundation has been an invaluable experience. I have been challenged and pushed during my time here, which has made me a better public health professional. I feel that my work here has been extremely meaningful and my inputs are valued. I am grateful to work with such seasoned professionals in the fields of public health and development, and because of them, my time here has truly been inspiring. I would absolutely recommend working with MOHAN Foundation and would be thrilled to come back and work with this amazing organization again. My only regret is that I couldn’t stay longer.
Internship by Ms. Karen De Looze from Brussels University, Belgium
I first met Dr. Shroff of MOHAN Foundation in April 2009. I found my way to the office after having explored the entire MOHAN Foundation website that left a big impression on me. I was received with the best of hospitality, and together we looked at ways to cooperate.
Since I am a PhD researcher working for Brussels University working on the topic of brain death and cadaveric organ transfer in India, linking up with MOHAN Foundation just seemed like the right thing to do. Not just did it seem so, it was! The atmosphere at MOHAN Foundation is very gentle and light, notwithstanding the fact that the employees are performing one of the most difficult jobs with great enthusiasm investing all manpower with grace.Read More
Organ donation in India - Impressions from Mieke van Kollenburg, Holland
I am a Dutch student in Health information. On the 18th of May, I stepped into a plane full of Indians, leaving for Hyderabad to work in MOHAN Foundation for a period of four months. This internship would constitute the last part of my study. Now, almost at the end of my stay here, I have the feeling that I know the organ donation world in India almost from top to toe.
In the past months, I have been participating in all of MOHAN Foundation’s activities, like giving presentations, distributing information brochures, creating awareness in street campaigns, etcetera. At the same time, I interviewed all kinds of people that are involved in organ donation, like transplant coordinators and patients that received an organ themselves. Furthermore I did a small survey on the awareness on organ donation among the public.Read More
Internship by Ms. Nora Pernesch, M.Sc (Human Security), Aarhus University, Denmark
My time here at MOHAN Foundation really was an invaluable experience in many aspects. As part of my master studies in Human Security I came here as a research intern on the topic of public trust in organ donation. What seemed to be a just a study internship turned out to be so much more. The people here at the foundation are really supportive and open-minded. In the beginning of course the Indian way of working and doing things can be quite challenging but with time I learned to go with the flow and would even say that my way of approaching things might have changed a little. Coming to India one simply has to be open to let go of his or her customs of organizing things and embrace flexibility. It will definitely pay out and I enjoyed the independence that I was given in pursuing my study.Read More