Since I was an intern, none of these things are made transparent to me. But the fellows get reimbursed for all their expenses and also cover insurance, pension and other basic benefits
It is low and that could be difficult in cities like Mumbai. However, you're joining the fellowship for the experience and not the money.
There are no compensation benefits. You have a fixed 17k package, minus HRA.
The salary is the best keeping in mind other social impact fellowships in India. You get a decent HRA and monthly reimbursements.
One of the best packages you can expect in a reputed NGO in India
There are no financial benefits if you work as an intern at teach for india. Its the experience
The 6 days downtime period in the month of December.
It’s a fellowship program, you just get enough money to pay your own bills.
- Very few benefits monetary/ non monetary benefits
Good - Flexible working hours. Have worked from remote location without any issues. Bad - Low compensation and no bonus.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.