Send your CV with the application form (available on lawctopus website) and application fee 1000 Rupees in the form of cheque or transfer in their account at firstname.lastname@example.org that is it and the rest is on the discretion of the NGO.
Duration of Internship and timings
June – July 2016
First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure
First impression was good because there was a formal conversation with the member of the NGO about my study and future plan.
To make a report on village, about their day to day activities and problems they come over.
To visit court and observe court proceedings.
Work environment and people
Good and healthy, as you were required to do field work with villagers.
You will love to have a conversation with villagers.
Management was not up to the mark. They were very slow.
World is not so beautiful as it seems. You Will come to know about problem faced by poor.
As per my experience it was totally a political mishap which creates such a situation.
I stayed with my brother in IndraNagar, Ghaziabad. Head Office was about 15-18 Km from there.
I was recruited there for part time so my timing was not fixed. But usually main timing was 9:00 am to 5:00 on.
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