Name. College. Year of Study : Mariam Munazz, University Law College, Bangalore (2nd year at the time of internship)
Name of the organization. City : Thiru and Thiru, Bangalore
How big was the office? Team strength? The office occupies an entire floor. It is medium sized and fairly comfortable. The office is managed by Mr. and Mrs. Thiru. It also consists of five associates.
Application procedure. Internship contact details: All one has to do is send in their CV to [email protected]. They may take some time to reply. Therefore, remember to send it at least two months in advance.
Duration in weeks. No. of days/week. Timings: Monday to Saturday for four weeks. 10.30 am to 6.00 pm (girls are permitted to leave early due to safety concerns)
Accommodation: I live in Bangalore.
First impression. First day, formalities etc.: It maybe just me but I took some time to get comfortable at Thiru and Thiru. The boss though a little intimidating, is actually very warm. Mrs. Thiru and the associates were very helpful too.
Main tasks (in detail) – Research work is what I was assigned mostly.
The interns are asked to make a presentation on a particular topic, specified by the Mr. Thiru.
The presentation is to be made in front of the staff and the boss. Helps in confidence building!
Work environment, people – It’s a very friendly environment and the associates are always ready to help.
Best things? I was surprised that Mr. Thiru actually took time to personally evaluate the interns.
You may also be lucky to get a treat on one of the weekends.
Bad things? Nothing really. I have no complaints at all.
What did you do to chill? Co-interns, colleagues: The Thiru and Thiru’ office is situated in Jayamahal.
There is a coffee day, a steak house (Elements Eatery) and some chaat places, all just two to five minutes away from the office so the chilling part was covered pretty well.
My co-interns were a fun bunch so I had great time of work as well.
Stipend/ month: NIL
Anything else you’d like to tell: Thiru and Thiru is one place I would recommend to beginners as they give you room to learn, and understand and help you through the process.
Biggest lessons: One must always be open to opinions and criticisms as it will only help one be better.
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