Internship Experience at Juvenile Justice Board, Jharsuguda: Study the Working of District Legal Service Authority


Full Name of the Organisation

Juvenile Justice Board, Jharsuguda, Odisha

About the Organisation

Juvenile Justice Board, Jharsuguda is a part of Odisha State Child Protection Society (OSCPS) is the technical, fundamental and functional unit of Women & Child Development Department, Government of Odisha, for implementation of Integrated Child Protection Scheme (ICPS).

Odisha State Child Protection Society (OSCPS) has been registered in the year 2009 under Society Registration Act, as the fundamental unit for the implementation of Integrated Child Protection Scheme (ICPS) in the state of Odisha. It aims in Creating and promoting preventive measures to protect children from situations of vulnerability, risk and abuse.

Student Name, College and Year of Study

Ipsita Priyadarsanee, Soa National Institute of Law


20th June 2019 to 20th July 2019

Application Process

You need to send your application for doing an internship under whom you are interested to do so. Then, they will accept and ask you to come at the said time.

First Day Formalities Initial Impressions

As it was the 1st day, there was an interactive session with everybody, they took our views and opinions on the present conditions, crimes happening in our country.

Then, the Judge came and there was a formal introductory session, he too gave us many ideas about the board and its working. Then, he asked me to be present at the courtroom for witnessing the court proceedings.

Main Tasks

While interning at respective districts you will be required to study the working of the district legal service authority and interact with panel advocates. It helps me to understand the judicial system in a better way and give me an insight view of some government organization.

I was also asked to visit the court premises daily as per the time assigned. In addition to it, I was directed to made internship dairy and maintain daily work report which was to be seen daily by the advocate of JJB.

At the end of each day, the judge used to come and asked me what all the things I got to learn.

Good Things

Each and every person, starting from the Magistrate, Members to the staffs were so friendly and humble which helped me to realise that yes, there are organisations/courts which work on time to time and not haphazardly unlike other govt. offices.

The best thing was I got to the opportunity to observe the judicial proceedings so closely. I learnt various concepts, basic rules, laws and how to apply it in practical day to day life.

Bad Things

Nothing much I have observed or faced.


No stipend

Accommodation Commute

They don’t provide any type of accommodation. As it was near my home, so I used to up-down from my home.

Other Info

I gathered numerous pieces of information as well as experiences. Since practical experiences are the best and this Internship gave that hands-on experience which I really need on. You can also visit the District Court which is situated nearby.

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