Karnataka State Human Rights Commission, Near Vidhan Soudha in Bengaluru also near the High Court. We were 7 interns in the team.
I applied by posting them( address available on the internet) a bonafide letter from my college as well as my CV. however, this can also be handed over to them personally. The status will have to be followed up by the interns themselves.(mostly everyone who applies there will be taken).
We did not do anything on our first day except for giving them our details. The infrastructure is very poor and there are no good places nearby. It is located in a place where there are only Government offices, making the environment very boring.
We were asked to know about the working of the organisation as well as give them an assignment. One can know the working of the assignment by sitting there for 20 minutes.
Also, we were told that we will not be given any work as we were not paid. But the assignment part messed up the whole internship. We were also told that it was not necessary to go there everyday and we went there for only 4-5 days. We were made to sit in their library.
Work environment and people
There was literally no work so that doesn’t matter at all. Most of the people were very welcoming and co-operative during the interaction sessions. We also met all the officials in the organisation to learn about the working of the commission.
You get enough relaxation time. They don’t take us to any visits along with them. 🙁
Like every Government organisation, they take their own sweet time to respond to anything.
Coordinator is highly uncooperative. We were made to run around like mad dogs for our documents and certificates.
Nothing comes easy and running behind these officials is a big headache.
Their official times are from 10:30 am to 5:30 pm but when you don’t have to go there, it really doesn’t matter. Also, on the days we went there, we were mostly asked to report by 12 noon.
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