Chamber of Advocate Paramartha Datta, Agartala, Tripura
Student Name and College
Agniva Chakrabarti, National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata
01st May 2019 to 31st May 2019
Contact generally you can contact sir during office hours.
First Day Formalities Initial Impressions
First Day was spent learning the basic procedure and etiquettes to be followed in the chamber and in the Court. It also included a tour of the Library to get to know where the different Books were kept and what resources should be used in cases based on different facets of Law.
Researching on various facets of law in lieu of the cases such as Arbitration Law, Contract Law, Law regulating pension and ancillary benefits of retirement to Central Government Employees, Motor Accident and Compensation of Victims, GST regulation and Statutes pertaining to the State of Tripura.
Preparing notes on the proceedings of the High Court, Motor Accident Claims Tribunal and Arbitration proceedings.
Researching on various aspects of the plethora of ongoing cases and aided in drafting rejoinders for various Writ petitions for Tripura Board of Secondary Education and Tripura Public Service Commission.
Working at Sir’s chambers improved my researching skills and drafting skills. Also, the first-hand exposure to the environment in the High Court and the intricacies of the procedure is an eye-opener for an intern in the primitive years of law school.
I live in Agartala so didn’t need to arrange for accommodation. But PGs in and around the Auto Stand are affordable.
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