Internship Experience at NCPCR, Delhi: Juvenile Justice & Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Research & Drafting Work

Full name of the Organisation, City and State

National Commission for Protection of Child Rights, Chander Lok, 5th Floor, Building, 36, Janpath Rd Peeraghari, HC Mathur Lane, New Delhi, Delhi 110001.

About the Organisation

NCPCR is a statutory body under the control of the Ministry of Women & Child Development, Government of India.

Student Name, College and Year of Study



31st May 2017 to 30th June 2017

Application Process

We applied by sending our resume along with a Cover letter(CV) and recommendation letter to Email Id of Legal Consultant of NCPCR (cllegal.ncpcr[at] Email Id is available on contacts portal also.

First Day Formalities Initial Impressions

On the first day, I reached the office which is situated in Chanderlook building 5th floor. We need to write down our details before entering the office. The office area is well furnished with fully Air Conditioner.

It gives us a real feel of working with government officials when we enter the office. After that, a person comes and asked to fill the particulars forms and an application. After that, I was oriented by Ms. Harsha Garg who was the Legal Consultant at NCPCR, on my first day.

She gave us a brief information of National Commission for Protection of Child Rights and told us that NCPCR is a statutory body under the control of the Ministry of Women & Child Development, Government of India.

She gave us the following bare acts to read:

  1. CPCR Act 2005
  2. Juvenile Justice Act, 2015
  3. Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, 2012

We went through the acts and got a further understanding as to what is the actual function of the commission and that its mandate is to ensure all Laws, Policies, Programs and Administrative Mechanisms are in consonance with Child Rights perspective as enshrined in the constitution.

Main Tasks

  1. Deals with Juvenile Justice Act 2015 & Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act 2012
  2. Learned to make a summary of Cases, ATR and ATR analysis.
  3. Making Note sheet, Summons and Reminders.

Good Things

The staffs were very helpful and friendly. After the completion of our works we were allowed to move back home. In just took 2 minutes to walk from office is Connaught Place where one can chill having delicious bites from Mc Donald’s, Dominos, CCD.

CP and Palikka Bazaar. Apart from that office is situated adjacent to gate no.4 of Janpath metro station hence one can each very easily.

Bad Things

There are no such bad things about the organization. As in government bodies, all people do their work with their full commitment. No one comes late.


No Stipend

Accommodation Commute

Delhi is my home town.

Other Info

After working in NCPCR for one month, I am very much aware of the child rights and exact functions of the commission. The environment of the office was friendly and inspiring. All the employees were treated with respect.

The intern got the opportunity to actually watch work being done in a government office; work that helped people at the grassroots levels. NCPCR with its continuous and great efforts ensures that each child born in this country gets the best start in life, thrives and develops to his or her potential.

The commission with its effective and efficient working ensures that all Laws, Policies are in consonance with the Child Rights. I have also realized, more importantly, that there is lots of work to be done in the world-work that sometimes involves facing the dark side of reality, but that somebody has to step up and do.

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