Internship Experience @ DCM Shriram, Kota, Rajasthan: Case Briefing, Drafting Work

Your Name, College, Course and Email ID

Bharat, University Five Year Law College, University of Rajasthan, 1st Year,

Name of Organisation, Location, Team Strength

DCM Shriram Consolidated LTD. (DSCL), Shriram Nagar, Kota-324004. I was the only intern but the legal department comprised of three members.

Application Process

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I applied by indicating by interest in internship through telephonic conversation with their HR Head Nigam Prakash and Assistant Manager (Legal Department) Mr. Rakesh Jain.

Duration of Internship and timings 

I interned for a period of 4 weeks i.e. from 5 June to 5 July (2018). Timings were around 9:30 am to 1:30 pm.

First Impression, first day formalities and Infrastructure

The office is located in their administrative block which is in the plant. Firstly, I was asked to collect my visitor’s pass from the reception as it was my first day, after reaching the office my ID card was made by the HR Department which I used to enter in the office every day.

Secondly, I was required to submit my photo identity proof with two passport sized photo along with the consent letter to Shriram Training Centre.

Lastly, after all the paper work the Senior Legal Manager (Mr. Rakesh Jain) with two Joint Managers (Mr. Jaideep and Karni sir) briefed me about the office and type of work which I will be dealing with in the next four weeks.

Main Tasks

I was first asked to give briefing about a civil writ petition, after which few labour related cases were also given. For research purpose their was a small library and I was also provided with Internet access.

The internship involved one Labour Court visit and Factory visit.

Work Environment and People

Everybody in the legal department were very helpful with not only internship problems but also regarding CV making tips and other important aspects involved with in a law college.

I used to ask my problems 100 times and everybody used to answer me so patiently. There was not so much of formal relations required which helped me make myself comfortable with the work.

Best Things

The people and their helping nature was the best thing, and their work experience guided me with different hurdles which an intern faces.

Bad Things



No Stipend was given.

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