Web Development work from home job/internship at Excelegal
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Web Development
Start Date
Starts immediatelyImmediately
Duration
1 Month
Stipend
5000 /month
Apply By
15 Feb' 21
Internship
Internship
About Excelegal
Excelegal is an evolving platform for law students across the country. In our country, many students are lacking to get access to basic classroom teaching. Excelegal is trying to bridge the gap through its online education courses. The platform helps students through its career-focused updated study materials created by highly qualified faculties enabling them to gain and sharpen their skills and technical knowledge, also helping them to revise their subjects easily using smartphones and other online exam preparation courses. It supports students by conducting various competitions, and it also nurtures them by conducting legal awareness workshops in various schools and colleges.
About the work from home job/internship
Selected intern's day-to-day responsibilities include:

1. Work on web development
2. Achieve weekly goals set by the mentor
3. Work on key features that we need to develop for the website
4. Resolve and fix bugs
Skill(s) required
HTML CSS JavaScript ReactJS Firebase
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Who can apply

Only those candidates can apply who:

1. are available for the work from home job/internship

2. can start the work from home job/internship between 20th Jan'21 and 24th Feb'21

3. are available for duration of 1 month

4. have relevant skills and interests

* Women wanting to start/restart their career can also apply.

Perks
Certificate Letter of recommendation Flexible work hours
Number of openings
1

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