Pragya Bansal, Symbiosis Law School, Pune, 2nd Year
Organization and Location:
Aapka Consultant, Jodhpur, Rajasthan
Minimum 4 weeks. I started my internship on May 6, 2019.
Application for the internship can be emailed at internsac[at]gmail.com. Ensure sending an email at least a month before you wish to start your internship in order to be considered before all the spots are full.
Note: Last-minute applications are not considered.
About the Organization:
Aapka Consultant is a legal start-up which provides online legal and business consultancy services in a streamlined manner.
I was asked to report to the office at 10 in the morning and there was an introduction with the entire team of Aapkaconsultant. This was followed by a meeting where I was given a To-Do list for the entire month and all the work began from the first day itself.
The given tasks were varying from blog writing to researching on different subject matters. I even had a chance to visit the Rajasthan High Court and assisting in researching laws on ragging, RTI filing etc.
Your opinion and ideas are valued and very often you get one on one discussion sessions which are very beneficial for the kind of development you look for in an internship. And to top it all, everyone in the office is a delight to work with.
Accommodation and Commuting to the Office:
I stayed in a paying guest in Sardarpura which is the heart of the city and commuted through online cab services. Jodhpur has a lot of options for homestays.
If you go with a heart to learn, and you put forth your zeal, this place can give you an experience worth cherishing for years. Also, Jodhpur is a beautiful city with a rich heritage to explore.
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