Internship Experience @ Competition Commission of India (CCI), New Delhi: Stipend of Rs. 10,000, Friendly and Helpful Environment

Name

Ashish Sarkar, NEF Law College, Guwahati, 4th Year.

Duration of Internship

1 Month,  2nd November 2015 to 30th November 2015.

Name of Organisation

Competition Commission of India(CCI), New Delhi

Timing 

9.30AM to 6.00PM, Monday to Friday. (Saturday and Sunday is off day)

Mode of Application

Interested candidate may download the application form prescribed by the CCI:

Click HERE.

Fill the form and send it to the mentioned address by registered post and in addition you may also mail the scanned copy of your application at [email protected]

You can follow up your internship application by calling Ashok Raj Gupta Sir (Assistant Director, Advocacy).

Tips: Apply in 2-3 months advance and follow up your internship application after 40-45 days of application.

First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

P.K Singh Sir was the first person with whom we interacted, he was expert of the law and asked us certain questions and explained about cartel and combination.

Everyone in the commission is expert in their field.

Then Ashok Raj Gupta sir (Asst. Director, Advocacy Dept.) called us and assigned our mentor and we were asked to confirm the research topic (Note: You may change or continue with the research topic submitted by you in internship application).

My mentor was Dr. Kumkum Budgujjar Ma’am (Joint Director, Law Division).

Again she is expert, also very good and friendly mentor. I have discussed my topic with her and she helped me immensely.

Interns at CCI are given a separated Central Air Conditioning intern desk, a telephone extension (you can call anyone within the commission) and average speed WiFi connection.

Main Task

There is no work you have to do.

First 4 days will be your orientation rotation, in which you will be interacted with all the department/division, they will discuss with you about the functions and working procedures.

Then you have to write a stance note (Case Law analysis). Ashok Sir will give you a rejected case (the cases, which does not violate or attract any provision of the Competition Act), and you have to write stance note in pair of two interns. One will write for Commission and another have to write for informant.

Then you have to work on your research topic and finally on the last day you have to submit your research paper and present a PPT presentation on your research topic and findings (Honorable Chair person, members and other officers may be present there, they might ask you questions based on your topic, be prepared to answer their queries).

There is marking system and according to which the grades are awarded to interns.

Out of total 30 marks, 10 are for Stance Note, 10 for presentation and rest 10 marks at discretion of mentor.

Work Environment

Everyone at the Commission is awesome.

They are very friendly, helpful and intelligent.

Best Things

The best thing of my internship at CCI was again the awesome people and my mentor. They always helped me throughout my internship.

Bad Thing

Due to confidentially they won’t give you ongoing cases.

But still nothing is bad there but you will feel bored if you are not doing anything on your research paper.

Stipend

Rs. 10,000/-

On the last day itself CCI will award you your certificate and a cheque of 10,000 Rupees.

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