Internship Experience @ Chambers of Sr. Advocate Pravin H Parekh, Delhi [Supreme Court]: Submitted a Note for Doordarshan News


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Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID

Mukesh Kumar Gaur

Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength

Pravin H Parekh, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court, Delhi, 5 Junior associate’s.

Application Process

Through personal contact.

I requested him to intern under his supervision and than he directed me to send my CV on his email id:

Duration of internship and timings

1st July, 2015 – 28th July, 2015

First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

First day impressions: Firstly, I reached at office than I fulfilled all the formalities for the intern or filled up register details in counter register.

First day was not too favorable to me because I have some hesitation in regards of introduced myself in front of juniors but even after meeting them I encouraged myself and I obtained some confidence and than they directed to meet with sir at evening meeting.

I introduced myself and sir also assigned listed cases for briefings and research on that matter’s of Supreme Court. Likewise first day has spent in good way with new intern’s at office from different colleges.

The infrastructure of the office was very large with having WiFi facilities or separate desktop to each intern or Junior associate’s at office and we were approximately 20 intern’s in that month together

Main tasks

On first day, Sir assigned me three cases for making list of dates or events, submissions on that matter’s listed in next week in Supreme Court or Delhi High court.

I did research work on the pendency of cases in all the High Court’s of India related to a case which was assigned to me.

I did research on the “VYAPAM” Scam of Madhya Pradesh, in which I was directed to prepared a list of details of the death’s related to vyapam scam with their relation’s or cause of death.

I have also done a research work on the topic “Global Legal Education” which was a topic of Seminor held at KIIT Bhubaneswar, Odisha.

I submitted an article on topic named ” Global Legal Education in India “.

I also researched on various matters such as BCI resolutions in respect of globalisation of legal education in India with the rules of UGC in same respect.

I have also submitted a note for Doordarshan news channel and other’s for popularisation of the “Middle Income Group Scheme” of Supreme Court to aware the people in society.

Work environment and people

All the co-interns as well as Junior associate’s were to friendly or helpful in nature and they all helped me a lot in completion of my tasks as well as research work’s assigned to me within the given time period.

The other people employed at office were also friendly in nature and care all of the intern’s .

Best things

There were some best things which I observed at office:

  • Behavior of co – intern’s.
  • Behavior of Junior associate’s.
  • Daily meeting with Sir and reported him about the whole day activities or work which I have done.
  • Coffee, which always be memorable to me.
  • Facilities provided to all the intern’s.
  • Appeared in Supreme Court or Delhi High court with Sir or Junior associate’s in various matter’s.
  • Sunday lunch sponsored by office.
Bad things

Though there were some best things than on the other side bad things were also there.

  • Distance of office and place where I stayed.
  • Travelling expense which spent by me.
  • I faced huge rush while traveling in Delhi buses.
  • It was my worst experience of travelling by roadways buses.

No stipend

Biggest Lessons

I learned from this internship that anyone can become a famous lawyer after hard work or his sincere activities.

Fame is not far, if we have some desire.

Any Other Thing

At last I want to say thanks to Sir and his Junior associate’s or all other people employed at office.

Especially to Sir for providing me with an opportunity to work under his supervision. I hope I shall be there again.

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