Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID
Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength
National Legal Service Authority, Delhi
Application Process with contact details
The application process is very simple all a student needs do is send cover letter and updated CV to email@example.com to Under Secretary G B Ravichandran at least two months in advance as too many students apply for internship.
Duration of internship and timings
19th June to 11th July, 2016.
First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure
On the very first day we were briefed about the working of NALSA and all its organs and schemes After lunch break we were given our topics on which we have to prepare ppt and they were generally various nalsa schemes.
The first three days the interns were asked to make a project report on various schemes and present it before Member Secretary related to various schemes of Nalsa after that we were assigned to Delhi Legal State Authority.
There on very first day we were given the schedule for the coming days which included Juvenile Justice board, Tis hazari court, Delhi High court, Police station, Parliament etc.
Work environment and people
The work environment was very much relaxed as we generally did not had any time limit we could leave as soon as the the interns were done with visit as assigned to us.
We were able to hang out with co interns to near by places the khan market was one of it as it was almost at walking to Nalsa office.
The best thing about the internship was that everyday we were given different places to visit that was best thing about internship.
Nothing bad about this internship.
The biggest lesson was learning about the various organs of judiciary.
I stayed at my friends place in north campus and use to travel by metro it took 30 minutes to reach the office which was situated in Jamnagar near India gate khan market station was the nearest one.
The office timings were generally from 10 am to 4 pm but it differed every day as we generally had visits all through the internship.
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