Darshika Rughani, 2nd year, Manipal University Jaipur
Name of the organisation and city
I did my internship from Rajasthan State Human Rights Commission (RSHRC) which is situated in Jaipur, Rajasthan.
Location and number of interesting students
The main office of RSHRC is situated in Secretariat but we had our Internship at OTS (Officers Training School). JLN Marg Jaipur. Students were between 50-60 and Dr Deepa Ma’am was the training coordinator.
I got to know about this Internship from one of my friends. I sent an email to rshrc-rj[at]nic.in along with my CV.
I got my confirmation mail after 2 months or you can get their contact number from the website. Getting an internship is not very difficult, it accepts all applications for internships.
Duration of internship
I interned for 4 weeks in June. The timing was 10:30-5, from 27TH May-24th June, 5 days in a week.
We had to reach by 10:15. However, in case of some urgent work you can notify ma’am about the same
For people who live in Jaipur it is convenient, and for those who are not locals can get PG in OTS easily, the only problem is you won’t get AC room.
First impression, first-day formalities
The first day we had to report to coordinator Dr. Deepa Jain ma’am and register there with the letter of recommendation, CV and 2 passport size photos.
We were divided into groups of 6-7 and were asked to select a topic for presentation which we had to submit on the last day of internship with ppt.
All projects topics were discussed by prominent faculty with us. So we had a good opportunity to understand project topics.
All Topics were related to Human Rights issues like Human Rights and custodial death, human rights and prison. Every day we had classes in the morning session and then one hour break then in afternoon session we had field visits, In the morning sessions, we used to have two lectures every day on very important topics by very good teachers.
The best thing about the internship was the practical experience of the field visits and interaction with chairperson sir, registrar sir, ADGP Sir and ASP Sir, plus there was personality development too and daily homework was given to us by, Dr. Deepa ma’am.
The bad thing was no transport facility was provided for the field visit.
Overall experience was amazing, I would recommend everyone to intern under this organization at least once.
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