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.
Our summer batch had around 25 interns. The training staff comprised of three members. The interns and the staff were very nice and interactive. My co-interns included students from UPES Dehradun; Amity Law School, Noida; SLS Pune. By Nupur Walia, University Institute of Legal Studies (U.I.L.S) (IV Year)
Our tasks were different everyday. In the initial days we were only given sample papers to work on. We were divided into groups and we had to read around 20-50 cases per day and give cognizance to the one's which could be accepted by the commission. We worked in groups and it was boring a
The First stage of our internship was to segregate the complaints received by the commission into cognizable and non-cognizable complaints and then fill relevant forms for them.
In the Second stage we did case reading on which the member judges of the commission had given their judgments. The cases included custodial death cases as well.
The work given was pretty interesting as you will have to decide whether the case, which people appeal to commission, falls under the obligatory powers given to it or not and if yes, then under which codes. This is the work which you will get in starting couple of weeks and then you will get
Mr. Ranjit Malhotra and Mr.Anil Malhotra are very particular about their work and as you get to work directly under them you get a better sense of understanding, and even a small mistake is looked down upon. By Ridham Dua. Law Faculty Delhi University. Batch 2012-2015
Interning at the State Human Rights Commission is perhaps the best thing to do in your first year. It is not too taxing and lets you experience the kind and manner of cases being dealt by the Commission and their way of functioning. Also, such a Commission has been statutorily set up in every
I did a three week internship at Malhotra and Malhotra Associates, a small law firm in Chandigarh. The first year's craze of a 'law firm' goaded me to apply where-ever possible and luckily the Malhotra guys accepted me.