Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength
Internship Punjab State Human Rights Commission, Chandigarh [PSHRC], 30
Application Process with contact details
1. Submission of cv with cover letter
2. Letter of recommendation from department
3. Identity proof of law student
Duration of internship and timings
20th May, 2013 to 20th June, 2013
First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure
1. A strict rule of compulsory attendance was there.
2. Reading of human rights act
3. Explanation of importance of human rights by the trainer
4. Strict rule of being in the training room till 5 pm
5. Healthy environment and supporting staff
The main task was to aware people regarding human rights as basic issue in country like India is the violation of human rights and the main reason for such violation is that there i no awareness among humans.
Basically every task of Punjab State Human Rights is directed towards awareness regarding human rights.
Debates were organised to have an interactive session.
Case readings were there to know which type of violation of human rights are more prevalent in India.
Work environment and people
Work environment was too interactive, healthy communications and debates were there.
People were from different universities and it was very nice experience to work with them.
The staff was so supportive that they explained us every thing in too detail.
We had too much fun that time studying and entertainment both were at par.
They were too strict regarding timings.
Style of compulsory attendance was too boring.
Best lesson for life i have learnt there: hard work is the policy of success no one can beat you if you are very well prepared no one can break you down.
Being a University student, I had the privilege of hostel accommodation.
Otherwise, The facility of PG is easily available in the nearby sectors like Sector 32 and 34.
Office timings : 10 am to 5 pm
There was not at all relaxation in the time. rules were too strict as regarding to time.
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