Internship Experience @ JM Sharma & Company, Delhi: Work on Income Tax Cases

Name. College. Year of Study 

Sudhanshu Gupta

National University of Study snd Research In Law. 2nd year

Name of the organization. City  

J.M. Sharma & Company, Delhi

Duration of the internship

January 2016

Application procedure. Internship contact details

I applied through E-mail. Send them a CV with cover letter highlighting the period of internship.

E-mail ID –

Duration in weeks. No. of days/week. Timings 

Around 4 weeks. I interned there for 24 days.

Normally the working days are Mon-Fri, but if the workload is heavy then we have to work on Saturdays too.

Timings : 10 am – 6 pm.

Accommodation: how, where, how was it? 

As I am not from Delhi, so I was staying in PG in Lakshmi Nagar.

First impression. First day, formalities etc.

Office is in Jungpura near Nizamuddin Railway Station so it could be found easily. Personally I liked the work environment a lot.

On first day I met one of the associate who is from NLS. He was very good and humble. He asked about my profile. Then I was given some to files to work upon them. From the first day the work schedule was very tight.

Main tasks

The firm deals in all cases. Most of the cases were of Income Tax. I had to draft, research and accompany associates to Distrct Courts, NGT, High Court, Supreme Court and other forums.

Work environment, people

Work environment was very good. Associates and working staff were very nice. Timing was flexible. Many a times me and my associate have lunch together. After office he sometime drops me near my PG.

Best things

Exposure to almost every laws and forums.

You have to deal variety of cases like civil, criminal, taxation etc.

Bad things

Nothing is bad about the work and office. But when it comes to food, you have to think twice about walking around the railway station to find some good one.

Stipend/ month


Biggest lessons  

If you want to achieve something you have to work, no matter it is day or night.

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