Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID
Kumar Deepraj, Lloyd Law College, 3rd Year
Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength
Chambers of Advocate Atul Tyagi, Greater Noida, 6
Application Process with contact details
I had personally met him for this, got his contact from his website, click HERE.
While one could simply mail his/her C.V. with a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Duration of internship and timings
July 11, 2016 – August 6, 2016
First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure
It was bit nervous as it was my first internship ever. I had never visited any court earlier. We were called to his home in morning and then we headed towards the court in his car.
First day was officially very good as we got to see all types of District Courts and also Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum.
As Atul sir was also Standing Counsel of Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority, I also visited the Law Department of GNIDA on the very first day.
If we merge everything of the first day, it was good and well mannered first day.
Usually our main task was to acquire ground knowledge of the Indian Courts, as we all interns are in their first internship and we have least knowledge about anything.
We used to write applications which were to be given to the Court. We used to get the dates of the next proceedings from the clerks of the respective courts. We usually get to do field works in the court itself.
Anyhow, it was a very good experience to work with such a energetic and knowledgeable person.
Work environment and people
Work environment was great as anyone could imagine. We were very frank with our seniors.
Sometimes Atul sir used to be funny which a really a plus point in our internship.
We got to know the ground knowledge of Indian Courts like how to tackle with clerks, Peshkar Sahab and other staffs of the Courts. Also we got to know how to tackle with unemployed lawyers who will try to divert your mind.
Atul Sir used to treat us like his own child as he was concern about our timings and foods.
Whenever he used to get free time, although it was less, he used to give us some academic knowledge as well.
Sometimes, we voluntarily had to skip our lunch because of work pressure.
As I told it earlier, the Ground Knowledge was the best thing, we came across.
Also we have some personality development lessons as well.
I interned in the same city in which I used to live in, that’s why no accommodation was required.
Normally it was 10.00 am, As Atul Sir is a retired Lieutenant Colonel of Indian Army, he is very strict with the time.