Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID
Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength
Punjab State Human Rights Commission, Chandigarh. The team strength was around 50.
Application Process with contact details
I got to know about the internship and application process from the Lawctopus website itself.
Duration of internship and timings
29th June – 28th July, 2015
First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure
First impression was very fascinating.. Such big number of interns were not expected.. i felt good and less nervous.
First day was spent listening to lecture on formation and working of commission itself along with the aims and objectives of it.
Infrastructure was well furnished with all the needed facilities.
We were mainly taught to file applications in appropriate ways and then given responsibility to file the same in groups.
Frequently we were made to debate on various topics.
Work environment and people
Work environment was very friendly. I never felt bored or stressed.
People were very kind and friendly. They were always ready to help whenever needed and very cooperative. You can ask them anything anytime.
Lectures organised by high profile people are worth appreciating.
It was a job like experience because nothing was mocked.. we were made to work on actual applications.
People were extremely friendly.
There was nothing bad about the internship as such but sometimes debates went on for very long that were not much exciting.
No stipend but the experience was priceless.
It enhanced my practical knowledge to a great extent..
I learnt to b more social and how to interact with people.
It helped me strengthen my team work skills.
I became aware about social problems in the state and it encouraged me to work for those under privileged people
Any Other Thing
I would strongly recommend that every law student must intern in PSHRC at least once.. And the most amazing thing about pshrc is thar it accepts students from every year of studies.
I stayed in a pg..
#160 sector 34 Chandigarh.
Office timings were 9:30 am to 4:00 pm, including 40 minutes break.
The timings were not very fixed but attendance was compulsory twice a day.