The NGO mainly deals with promotion of education amongst the under privileged children. They stay in slums or at the roadside. Here they are taught the basics of education that why education is needed and the problems that they will face if they are illiterate.
It was basically a task where practical field work was required and I had to make people, the local people aware of health and hygiene. Then I was told to make report on the everyday basis and about the knowledge I gained from that. It was a great experience and I came across the truth
We also had a chance to observe techniques of cross examination and the like. Luckily , I also got a chance to work at Justice D.K. Basu's office. There were a lot of interesting cases on family settlements, matrimonial disputes and so on. We got a chance to interact with several lawyers. By
The homely environment. Whenever you go there, it seems just like home, what can be better than that! In every meeting we saw a table nicely arranged with a lot of stuff to eat. It was a chill out session for us!
Also, the office is situated in the centre of a cluster of trees and you can see only greenery as far as the eye goes, with the exception of some ongoing construction work nearby. The architecture is so well that none of the offices need to be lighted with electricity as long as the sun
Although there was hardly anything “legal” about this internship but I would still recommend people give it a shot since it really affects you and changes you for good or as Santosh puts it, “Mountains, especially Himalayas, can teach you lot more than any college can.” By Vinayak Pant, III semester, University School Of
I said since I am a first year law student, hence was not well versed with law work and asked her to provide me with some research work on environment. On such response she asked me to make a report on climate change in reference to various industries. I was quite ecstatic with my new
Day 4-6 (13/06/2013 – 15/06/2013) – Tihar Jail Visit: A visit to Tihar Jail was the most awaited amongst the group members. On Day 4 we visited Central Jail no.7 where all the inmates aged between 18-21 years of age are kept. By Garvit Gupta, Government Law College, Mumbai, 2nd Year
The best thing is you learn a lot (litigation interns). You get to learn a variety of things. All the people are very encouraging and easy going. Everyone has a cool head and there’s no horrible boss scenario. By Lakshika Sachdev, D.E.S Navalmal Firodia Law College, Pune, 2nd Year.
The working environment is pretty amazing. The coordinators are very friendly and cooperative. They are ready to help you any and every time (I personally used to bug them and ask loads of doubts). Share your internship experiences HERE. Login with your Facebook ID
Inter alia, I worked a little in the field which included taking a sex worker to the hospital for medical check-ups. Majority of my work comprised of the Right to Information procedure, including delivering the the RTI Application to the doorstep of an organisation we planned to sue. By Ritvik Kulkarni , ILS Law College,
Everyday new & challenging task was given which was very interesting. The task could be of outside city too. Both boys and girls enjoyed same rights and liberties. They were under same rules and regulations. By Jyotsana Aggarwal, Siddhartha Law College, 2nd Year
There are a lot of Benefits being a MADster as we call ourselves. One can sharpen his teaching skills, revise English Grammar and speaking skills and have your own little fan following. Moreover it opens the gates to other opportunities such as internships, fellowships, events of national and international importance and well acknowledged recognition all
There were 7 people in my group. All of them were from different Universities. We coordinated really well. Since we had a new venue everyday we used to go out and explore the place after work! By Aarti Goyal, UILS, P.U, Chandigarh, 2nd Year
To elucidate, it can be said that even though the office is pretty small and also that one doesn’t have the tag of interning in a reputed law firm, the kind of work which is given is quite interesting. So from there on, each intern is assigned some work depending on his or her preferences.
Furthermore, I also had an opportunity of witnessing the counselling session of a husband, who had been alleged for committing atrocities on his wife. AALI also provided ground for conciliation of such couples. By Udisha Ghosh. Symbiosis Law School, Pune, IInd Year Share your internship experience HERE.
As she started taking care of her child’s needs, she realized the immense apathy that people with even minor disabilities have to face while going about their life. This coupled with the ridicule that they faced daily specially the term retard attached to them, troubled Jo whose own child would grow to be a victim
Best things were the field visits prior to the Mass Enrollment Programme having started. Got to learn a a lot about the actual implementation of the Right to Education. Helped get a clear understanding of its various nuances. Also visited various places like Anganvadis etc. which was a new experience.
Since I will be a second year student now, I would like my juniors to not feel the same dilemma which we did. One gets the basic knowledge of concepts wherever he/she interns. So to start with one needs to go with at least one internship at State human rights commission just to know how
Usually we were asked for research work which mostly included field work, we went to schools, NREGA, night shelters, had interaction with them and prepare the report and submit it to the General Secretary who was very hardworking and expected same from us. Shikha Sinha, CNLU, III year
Environment not only means the infrastructure and other things it also means the people you work with, people from different spheres: Budding Engineers, Budding Lawyers, Budding Economists making the environment and awesome Place to work. Upmanyu Bhaumik, Faculty of Law, The ICFAI University, Dehradun, 3rd Year
Mostly area of internship is at Amnesty is based on research work. I have very smoothly done my work there. There is no hard and fast rule for anything there. They treat interns with due care and respect. By Paras Nath Singh, Aligarh Muslim University Malappuram Centre, Kerala, 2nd year
Since I am fond of Constitutional Law, I had applied for this internship hoping to be given work in that area. I was glad when in the second week my co-intern and I were given the chance to work on a challenging legal opinion which involved Constitutional law and administrative law. By Sohini Chatterjee,