Name of Organisation, City?
Advocate Anil Kilor, Nagpur
Duration of internship?
How big was the office? Team Strength?
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Anil Kilor’s office was not too big but not at all small. It was a nice place. There were around 7-8 people working with him.
Application Procedure? Internship contact details?
I applied using a contact, however, you can call up the office and get details from the HR Department.
Timings? Number of working days per week?
It was a 6 days a week internship. I used to go to the High Court in the morning and then at around 6 to his office and I could go back around 8 but it was quite flexible.
Accommodation: how? where? reviews?
I stay in Nagpur so that wasn’t a problem for me. But the area has PG accommodation and flats available.
First Impression? First day? Formalities?
Sir introduced me to everyone in the office. Everyone were very warm and friendly.
As I was in the first year, I didn’t get much work to do. But I used to read the cases in the office the day before and next day we used to go and see those cases in the High Court.
Work Environment? People?
It was all very friendly. The people in the office were very helpful and used to answer every question we had.
Plus Anil Sir is so nice that whenever he got time he used come and ask if there is any problem or if I didn’t understand anything.
The best thing were the people.
What did you do to chill? Co-interns?
Nothing as such to chill. But we used chat between work.
That the courts are not what you see on the television.
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