Shreya Rathor, Bharati Vidyapeeth New Law College, Pune, 4th Year, BBA LLB (2016-2021)
NAME OF THE ORGANIZATION AND ITS ADDRESS
Central Coalfields Limited, Darbhanga House CCL HQ, Kutchery Rd, Ranchi University, Morabadi, Ranchi, Jharkhand 834029
Phone: 0651 236 0123
ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION
Central Coalfields Limited is a subsidiary of Coal India Limited. Coal India is an Indian state-owned mining and refinery company. Central Coalfield Limited is headquartered at Darbhanga House, Ranchi, Jharkhand.
DURATION OF INTERNSHIP
18th December 2019 to 7th January 2020
HOW DID YOU APPLY?
I sent an application along with my CV to gmgs.ccl[at]coalindia.in. You can also send in your CV to gmhrd.ccl[at]coalindia.in. However, they don’t reply to emails frequently so you will have to go and meet them at the office.
FIRST IMPRESSION AND INFRASTRUCTURE
My first impression was good. I was introduced to all the employees working there. The infrastructure was good. The campus is very clean and beautiful.
My main tasks mostly included legal research, case study and observing how legal matters are carried out by the employees at Coal India Limited.
The campus was clean and green. The managers and assistant managers who were guiding me were very friendly. The environment was very chilled out.
I found nothing bad.
ACCOMMODATION, COMMUTING TO OFFICE
Ranchi is my home town so I had no problem with accommodation and commuting. However, there are many PGs available in nearby areas. There will be no problem of commuting as various modes of public transportations are available throughout the city.
If you stay in Ranchi, then you should intern here. You get to learn a lot here. You get an opportunity to learn and discover how legal matters are dealt with at Coal India Limited.
Note: The internship experience was first published on 8th January 2020.
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