Name of the organisation. City. Office Address. How was the office? Team strength.
G.S. Bapna, Advocate General of Rajasthan State, Rajasthan High Court(Block-B),Jaipur. As he is the Advocate General office is quite good with all basic amenities like TV(which was only used for watching news), Air Conditioner(Much needed thing in Summers of Rajasthan).
Also, there was ample space to accommodate 5-6 Interns at a time. There was a team of 3 assistants , 4 clerks and a Personal Secretory, A library specifically for AG’s office and Subscription of Databases ( Best thing ).
Duration of internship
April 27 – May 27
Application procedure? Internship Contact Details
They have their website advgen.rajasthan.gov.in but a meeting with AG will do.
Duration in weeks. Days of work per week. Timings
Duration was 6 days a week Saturday was not compulsory though, as it was the morning session of high court work use to start by 7.30 AM and it ended up by 2 PM .
First impression, first day, formalities
I was working under I Lawyer of State (according to Constitution).
First day was not that good as compared to rest of my tenure there. No formalities as such which I had gone through. Staff was nice and friendly.
Attend court trials was one of the main task.
Research on various cases was part of our internship.
Helping sir with various replies to writs and advice to the State Government .
Work environment, people
Work Environment was friendly. Venkateysh Garg Assistant to advocate general use to teach as practical aspects of law, how the procedure works it was his duty to assign us work he had everything in his bag for each and every Intern.
With good staff and some lovely co-interns it was more of a fun internship.
The best things AND the bad things
Best thing was the timings,working hours and the location. No bad things as such .
Accommodation etc. What did you to do chill in and around the office and the place of stay?
High court has very good places nearby and finding a PG wouldn’t be any problem lalkothi area has good pg’s which is walking distance from high court .
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