Internship Experience @ Supreme Court Judges Library, New Delhi: Get acquainted to various types of journals, digests, legislations and online databases


Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID


Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength

Supreme Court Judges Library, New Delhi

Application Process with contact details

Application can be sent on the official email id of supreme courts judges library. It is available on the official website of the library.

Duration of internship and timings

January 2016

First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

First day was quite hectic as I had no idea about the entry passes. Later I got the pass after standing in line for an hour. Inside the library it was wonderful experience.

The Deputy registrar was very down to earth person, he himself got us acquainted with the library staff and different sections in the library.

Main tasks

This internship is for the 1st year students as the main task which you learn there is getting acquainted to various types of journals, encyclopedia, digest, legislations, online database etc.

Very supportive staff there, who give tasks of finding various legislations, bills, debates.

Work environment and people

Work environment is very chill and the staff are very supportive specially Khare sir.

Best things

I was reading a book in the library and while keeping it back on the shelf I opened the last page where it written the names of people who have issued this book, and I saw the name of Justice Krishna Iyer. This is the best experience for me.

Bad things

I did the internship for around 30 days which I think is more than enough.

After some days there is no work left so usually I used to just sit and read some random books



Biggest Lessons

Deputy registrar’s dialogue: DD Basu Bible hai. [DD Basu is Bible]


Supreme court is only one hour distance from Nlu Delhi, so accommodation was not required.

Office Timings

Officially it was 10:00 to 17:00 but it was not strict as such. I left early many times with the permission of deputy registrar sir.

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