Internship Experience @ Chambers of Advocate Anurag Jha, Chattisgarh: Attend Court Proceedings and Observe, Stipend of Rs. 3000

Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID

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Name of Organisation, Location City, Team Strength

Chambers of Advocate Anurag Jha, Chattisgarh

Application Process

One can mail the CV and cover letter at least 2 months before the intern break to [email protected]

Duration of Internship and Timings

25th March, 2014 to 24th April, 2014

First Impression, First Day Formalities, Infrastructure

I was to reach High court at 10 am sharp, as sir is very punctual and does not tolerate late coming. I was asked to submit photocopy of college ID and passport size photos for the gate pass and then one of the associates gave tour to High Court so that I ll become comfortable with the court.

Main Tasks

The main task were attend the court proceeding and to observe and learn things. The interns were asked to prepare a research paper on writs and I was given all the opportunity to learn writs and the case which I was asked to read and prepare notes were mostly on writs.

When their was less work load sir took meeting with interns where he taught the basic drafting.

Work Environment and People

Work environment will be good and calm as long as one does the assigned work. In the office, the work comes first then any other thing.

Best things

Best thing was the privilege given to interns as soon as one came to know that the students are interning under Mr. Anurag Jha sir and the teachings of sir was like cheery on the cake he will do each and everything to teach interns and make them comfortable.

Bad Things

Their was no such bad thing about the intern as long as one is doing the assigned the work.

Stipend

Rs. 3000/-

Biggest Lessons

Biggest lesson that I learnt from this intern was that interning under a experienced person will give you life time benefit.

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