Internship Experience at Indus Associates, Chennai: Good Learnings on the Real Estate Practice


Name of the intern

Sowjanya S

Name of your college

National Law University, Jodhpur

Name of the course and year of study

1 year LLM

Name and address of the organisation

Indus Associates, Number 29/1, Duraisamy Road, T Nagar, Chennai – 600117.

Duration of internship

From: 07/06/2018 Till: 30/06/2018

How did you apply for the internship?

I mailed my resume to their official email address requesting for an internship opportunity, then there was a simple interview over the phone.

Email address –

First day formalities, infrastructure, first impression

On the first day, I was introduced to the partners, the juniors and other interns.

Then I had a small conversation with the partners and I was directly allotted with work.

The infrastructure of the office is good, with a small but good library.

The office was well furnished and I was allotted a computer to do the tasks assigned to me.

Main Tasks

The main tasks were drafting, researching and working on legal opinions for real estate transactions.

Work Environment

The work environment was very conducive for learning.

The partners and the juniors interacted well with the interns and were always ready to help the interns with all their doubts and questions.

Good Things

The best things are, the opportunity given for drafting. I was given opportunity to draft all kinds of legal documents and that process was very knowledgeable and it honed by writing skills very well.

Bad Things

There were no bad things.


No stipend.

Details about accommodation and commute

I am from Chennai, so I did not have the need to find an outside accommodation.

If you are from other cities you have a lot of hostels available around T Nagar.

The office is well connected, it is very close to the Mambalam railway station.

Lastly, the office is well connected through buses also.

Anything else?

The office is at T Nagar, the biggest shopping area at Chennai.

So there are good hotels and shops in the area.

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