I applied by sending the CV on the email id: Keswanilawchamber@gmail.com and within a day received a reply confirming my internship. Only two interns can be accommodated so if you want to intern under him do send your CV and well drafted cover letter 3-4 months prior to the desired internship period.
I was asked to reach the chamber in Supreme Court by 10:00 am and was greeted by his office staff after waiting for 15-20 mins I was introduced to Sir where he asked few basic questions about college, year of study, previous internships etc.
Work environment and people
The work environment was very good and one cannot expect better work environment than this. There was one associate and one clerk with him. I was the only intern at that time. Associate was very friendly. Prasenjit Sir was easily approachable and one could ask about anything from him. Sir takes time from his schedule to talk to the interns and personally assign them work.
Different types of work were allotted to me. Most of the work was related to Making Synopsis, Making Case Notes and Research work. I was also given a task to draft a reply. I accompanied Sir to various courts like Supreme Court, NCDRC and NGT.
Sir also deals with the arbitration matters and one can get a chance to attend and observe the arbitration proceedings.
Intern is not expected to sit idle and it is made sure that he is getting appropriate work.
There is always a feedback for the work submitted which help a person in analyzing the mistakes and overcoming it.
Sir is very knowledgeable person so he keeps on sharing his knowledge with the interns. There are Regular Quizzes on Constitutional Law and other subjects so make sure you are aware of basic Constitutional Questions. Sometimes he takes interns for occasional lunch and sometimes order food for them in office. He also makes sure that an intern is getting appropriate work.
In the evening tea is served in his office with some snacks and during that time there are discussions on various issues. Sir also advises the intern and share his experiences with the intern.
There are no bad things.
Performance Based Stipend.
Office timings are quite flexible you are supposed to reach by 10:15 AM. There is no fixed leaving time if one does not have any work to do he can leave by 6.
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