Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength
PDS Legal (part of Earnst Young), New Delhi, 5
Application Process with contact details
Applied online through email.
However, it was done mostly through connections.
Duration of internship and timings
1st July to 31st July
First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure
The intern was obviously nervous and excited at the same time.
People were welcoming, but formal.
Not much formalities apart from the submission of name, photograph and contact details.
A normal office. Not too flashy, but not degrading or poor either.
1. Proof reading
2. Discussions on taxation
3. Court visits
Work environment and people
Good environment, the team especially was really helpful.
They didn’t make the intern feel out of place.
The location. It was located in the outer circle of Connaught Place and so lunch time and after office hours could be planned and enjoyed well.
The experience and lessons the intern there, and the observations he made, he believes are important.
Plus the work experience and internship certificate that the intern can now add to his own CV.
No as such bad thing, but if the intern still has to pick one then it would be that the internship offers no stipend. Of course, the intern would’ve liked to get paid. But it was in any case worth the time and energy.
Court lessons and how a firm actually works. Also making and maintaining relations and contacts.
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