The lesson learnt is to go there with a smile on your face, talk to them and most importantly, listen to these children. They love nothing more than your company and a big tight hug. It was heartbreaking to see them cry when I was leaving as you develop an attachment. I am not saying
Main tasks included in-depth research on various contemporary issues. Personally, I have researched on Police reforms, Judicial reforms and prepared reports. Daily news monitoring from various news papers is every intern’s task. By Swathi Potla, First Semester, Pendekanti Law College, Osmania University
My internship at Chetanalya gave me an experience worth cherishing. I learnt how to perform effectively and efficiently in a team. The plight of the poor brought forth by the NGO made me more sensitive towards the issues of poverty. By Rashi Shahrawat; ITM Law School; First Year
Working on excel sheets was really very much monotonous. Also, sometimes the a/c used to stop working and since I was interning in the month of June, working there became very much frustrated at that time.
People at Commons Cell/CEERA, NLSIU are great and made me feel at ease the very first day. Since I was the only intern in the beginning, I had the opportunity of working with all the Research Officers.
I was entrusted with the task of preparing Comparative analysis of Mental Health bill 2013 and Mental Health Act, 1987. The work was interesting. I had to do a fair amount of research which will probably help me in law school life. By Gaurang Bhushan, GNLU, Gandhinagar, 1st year
Many small scale industries have been set up and some big workshops for companies. According to a stitching workshop, every cloth in Bombay has come atleast once to this workshop to get stitched. People were cooperative.
RLEK provides separate accommodation (read dormitories) for boys and girls in the campus itself. It also offers mess facilities, the food being good enough to remind interns from outside of “home-food” (though nothing can beat that).
The environment of the office where interns used to sit is very good and supportive. The interns can also chill from time to time as the absence of associates. The indiscipline is highly intolerable as associates used to come for surprise visit. By Upmanyu Bhaumik, ICFAI Law School, Dehradun (4th Year B.B.A. LL.B.)
This was the best part I encountered during my internship. RLEK Have many schools across the Uttrakhand and neighboring states. I went to one of their school in Dehradun Only and in the end we 3 interns got the chance to be part of the team for organizing pre-election camps at Panchayt level for village
The first day had nothing to do other then signing of the attendance and a briefing session about the internship program (referred as training program by them). By Subhashree Dash, 1st year, New Law College, Pune
For the initial three days I was a part of the Rescue Team at the City Railway Station where I was to spot unaccompanied children, approach them, get them to tell me certain details about themselves and then take actions accordingly. Mridula Sriram, 1st year at School of Law, Christ University
Some of the bad things which I witnessed at HRLN, Allahabad were that there was a rush. Everyone wanted that the PIL should be in their name only, so this created a lot of conflict over there. Too much of competition was present over there, in order to make them feel our presence we had
Good work environment, an environment which forces you to work even if you don't want to. Friendly people, who will help you even if you are a little shy to ask help from them. People were very interesting to discuss a topic with and they enlightened me a lot about child rights issues. They were
It also taught me that these so-called disabled adults were actually very creative and imaginative. It taught me simplicity and patience. My internship experience at Advitya was a very fulfilling and playful one.
Maya Foundation was in charge of a homeless shelter which provided free night time shelter to people sleeping on the streets at night. However it was seen that despite being aware of the facilities provided, many people still seemed to prefer sleeping on the streets. By Anshuman Bose, KIIT School of Law, 1st Year
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.