Internship Experience @ Chambers of Advocate Soumitrya Mukherjee, Jamshedpur: Hard work beats talent, when talent doesn’t work hard {S}

Your Name, College, Year of study:

Kaushik Chakraborty. KIIT School of Law, 3rd Year.

Name of organisation, location city:

Advocate Soumitra Mukharjee, Jamshedpur.

Application procedure with contact details:

Through personal Contact, but one can apply by contacting at Phone no.- 9334099575.

Duration of internship and timings:

June 01 – June 30, 2017.

Timings -09:00 AM- 04:00 PM.

First impression, first day formalities:

I was made aware about the court’s etiquette, its functioning and powers of magistrates, division of power, it was quite informative.

Then I was introduced to the work which was allotted to me.

Main tasks:

During the tenure of my internship I attended Courts, drafted bail petitions, had to read cases and had to prepare the case briefs, list of dates. I was also allotted with research works related to different cases.

One of the best part was attending client counselling sessions.

Work environment and people:

The work environment is friendly and co-operative, supportive and motivating.

Best things:

Gained the practical knowledge of court and applied whatever I studied.

Also, I used to interact with the JMFC  Ms. Angelina John, she was very friendly and she used to tell me a lot of things about judiciary.

Bad things:

Nothing as such.

Biggest lessons:

Hard work beats talent, when talent doesn’t work hard.


Depends upon the work you are assigned to and your performance as well.


10 out of 10.


I am a resident of Jamshedpur, but there are various PG’s available in that area.

Editors note: Internship experiences marked with {S} are shorter than we usually publish but still contain enough useful information to be published. 


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