Advocate Praween Kumar, Patna District Court also called the Civil Court of Patna, Bihar.
Student Name, College,
Marisha Shandilya, Banasthali Vidyapith
25th May 2019 to 23rd June 2019
The application process was quite simple. My father was in contact with Mr. Praween Kumar, who was the advocate under whom i had done my internship, so i had emailed him my CV and after finding me able to do this internship i was selected.
First Day Formalities Initial Impressions
On the first day of the internship I had basically observed the proceeding of the court. The initial impression of the court was good one, I felt that by doing my internship here I could learn a lot about the basics of the court proceedings.
My main tasks over there was to observe the court proceedings, analyze all the details, see how the proceedings were done step by step, and to study various case laws.
I was taught about the whole process of filing an FIR, filing of bail petition, when the charges are framed, the whole process of witness proceedings and also the cross examination of witness by both the sides that is plaintiff and defendant and many more.
The good thing about doing internship at the district was that it had taught me the very basics of the court proceedings, from the filing of the police cases and complaint cases to the final judgments that were given by the judges. It was quite exciting and provides a valuable experience.
The bad thing over there was that the furniture provided to the judges was not of good quality, and there was lot of rush over there.
By public transport
At the court I learnt that the case proceedings took a lot of time and in some cases it extended upto years, so one needs to have a lot of patience when dealing with the cases.
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