Internship Experience @ Human Rights Law Network, Allahabad: Learn How to File PIL

Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID


Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength

Human Rights Law Network, Allahabad

Application Process

Just need to send CV & college recommendation letter at this email address with a subject “application for summer/winter internship” at

Duration of internship and timings

17th December, 2014 to 10th January, 2015

First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

On the First day of your internship:

1. CV

2. One Passport Size Photograph

3. College ID Card

4. Recommendation Letter

5. Reporting Time: 11 AM

On the first day of internship I was introduced to the Director of HRLN Allahabad who told us about the work that the organisation does. By showing a copy of PIL (public interest litigation) he told us how actually a PIL is filled.

So by knowing all this thing on the first day about the staff, organisation and their way of training us I felt it will be a great experience working here and will teach me lot of things which would help me in my career

Main tasks

I was allotted a group where we were alloted a project topic” Child Rights ” on which we did a field work and made a report regarding that survey.

Work environment and people

The working environment was very friendly over there and all help was provided when ever it was needed.

Best things

Got to learn new things like how to file a PIL and how to draft it ,and it was a best experience to do a given task which required a lot of field work for current news of that field.

Bad things

Sometimes the reporting times used to get changed and that was the only bad thing which used to happen there.


No stipend

Biggest Lessons

Got to see a hearing in the High Court of Allahabad on a case of Condition of Electricity in Children Hospital and it was and amazing lessons to see the counsel arguing and got new things to learn.

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