Biswajit Sarkar, Advocates and IP Attorneys, Kolkata, West Bengal
Duration of Internship
How you applied?
I came to know about the firm from the college and I applied through the website here.
Monday to Friday: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
First day formalities, first impression, infrastructure
On the first day, I had to submit a hard-copy of my CV along with a passport size photograph, duly signed by me. I also had to submit a recommendation from the department or recognised body or from any reference person.
The Kolkata branch office is located at a well-connected point of the city. The IP office Kolkata and the High Court at Calcutta is located at close proximity to the office.
The office has a good working space and is well furnished. It has all the modern equipments necessary for working.
Research work on topics related to Intellectual Property Rights.
Writing articles on diverse issues pertaining to IPR.
Creating PowerPoint presentations on current topics of IPR.
Participating in many seminars and workshops.
The firm is well-known in the field of Intellectual Property Rights in India and is proactive to participate in many awareness programmes along with the Government bodies to educate the public at large the benefits and current issues of the subject.
Due to the constant calls from the various govt. bodies, Chamber of Commerce, and foreign institutions to highlight the current issues of Intellectual Property Rights, the firm is presenting all the practical findings and cases and whereby, the supporting team and the interns are involved to prepare such case details.
No such bad thing.
It is purely performance based.
Accommodation to the office, commuting
Commuting to the office was not a problem. The firm is located in a very well-connected location.
Anything else, lessons learnt
The firm is preaching the ideas to be dedicated and for developing the passion and to learn the subject in-depth.
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