Aadarsh Sharma, IFIM Law College, 1st year, II semester BBA-LLB
Name of the organisation where you interned and its full address
Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights, Government of NCT of Delhi, 5th Floor, ISBT Building, Kashmere Gate, New Delhi, Delhi 110006
Duration of internship
17th July to 19th August
How did you apply?
Our College has a CAOPC apply to the DCPCR’s mail address. If you get shortlisted, you will receive a short pre-work and If your pre-work qualifies, you will be called for a personal interview. If you are not available in Delhi for the personal interview, this can be done over skype call.
First day formalities, infrastructure, first impression
It was normal they introduce me with the other interns and to the members and chairperson of DCPCR and they tell me where we can find files and reports of different complaints and how to draft and a tour to the office and about the work.
Daily we have to draft 8-9 notice and reminder on a different case related to “CHILD RIGHTS VIOLATION, RELATED TO RIGHT TO FREE AND COMPULSORY EDUCATION ACT, 2009” and making case notes and do inspection in different schools and parks and study case related to EWS(economic weaker section).
The best thing is that me being in the first year was I learnt how to draft notices and how to summarize the cases that
No stipend is given.
Accommodation, commuting to the office
Delhi is my Hometown and in Delhi metro is the easiest way to travel and there is also a lot of PG’s nearby.
Anything else, what you did to chill out, lessons learnt etc
They give refreshment and help to find the solution for the cases.
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