Internship Experience @ Asian African Legal Consultative Organization (AALCO)


Upmanyu Bhaumik, ICFAI Law School, Dehradun (4th Year B.B.A. LL.B.)

Name of the Organization

Asian African Legal Consultative Organization (AALCO).

The website is HERE.

Address of Organistaion.

29 C Rizal Marg, Diplomatic Enclave, Chanakyapuri New Delhi, Beside Palestine Embassy.

One can easily go the office by metro exiting at Race Course Metro and after that the auto man will take Rs.50 to the address.

About the Office:

The office was quite big and impressive.

The interns are provided a cabin to work.

Duration of Internship Programme:

1 month (09/05/2014 to 06/06/2014).

Application Procedure:

Email your CV to


You will have to look for a Paying Guest Around because the office location is not very impressive.

Office Timings:

09:30 to 04:00 Monday to Friday.

Lunch is from 01:00 to 2:00pm. In the lunch timings interns can hangout to CCD in the near by Primus Hospital Beside Qatar Embassy

First Day Impressions & Formalities:

On the first day of internship I was little bit nervous but my nervousness came to an end as I got such warm welcome from the officials.

I was told to sit in the conference room with my two co-interns.

Main Tasks:

The main task was basically research work on the various topics of International Law, I was also given the work on Power point, MS Excel and MS Word.

So different types of work are assigned and be strict to the time assigned to the work.

Work Environment:

The environment of the office where interns used to sit is very good and supportive.

The interns can also chill from time to time as the absence of associates.

The indiscipline is highly intolerable as associates used to come for surprise visit.



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