Internship Experience @ Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC), Pune: The Corporate World Works Hard and Parties Harder

Your Name, College, Year of Study

Shobhana Nataraja, School of Law, Christ University, 4th Year

Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength

Price Waterhouse Coopers, Pune, 100+

Application Process with contact details


Isha Shety, Manager for Articleship/Inernships

Duration of internship and timings

May 1-May 21, 2014

First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

The office is pretty huge. There are close to 6 divisions, each headed by a divisional associate.

Main tasks

I interned in the merges and acquisitions team. My main task was reading several treaties and agreements between India and other countries. Mostly, I was given the task of understanding a scheme of arrangement and fining specific loopholes in it.

I took about 2 days to understand the different schemes of arrangement. As I was still a beginner, I didn’t find may faults at first. By the end of the internship, I could rectify them without any help.

Work environment and people

The people were very friendly and approachable. All interns were assigned a Buddy, who would take care of their needs and introduce them to the people around the office.

The M&A team consisted of 10 persons. So, I really liked interning in a small team.

Best things

1. As this was my first non law firm internship, I could see the other side of the corporate world.

2. The canteen had some of the best food!

3. The vending machine never broke down.

4. I learnt a lot here than what I had learnt in college about company laws.

Bad things

My place of accommodation was extremely far off, so I spent majority of my time travelling. I’ll blame myself for it.



Biggest Lessons

Corporate world isn’t as serious and tight upper lip as they seem! They work hard and party harder!

Office Timings



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