Internship Experience @ National Commission for Protection of Child Rights, Delhi: Worked on School Transportation Guidelines

Name, College and Year

Aniket Sachan, IInd year, RMLNLU

Name of Organization

National Commission for protection of Child Rights, New Delhi.

How to Apply?

we applied by sending our resume along with cover letter and recommendation letter to email id of legal consultant and chairperson at ncpcr. ( email id are available on contacts portal.

Duration of Internship

28 days (2nd May, 2018 – 30th May, 2018). Monday- Friday. (10am-5pm)

First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

i reached office on 2nd may. Office was situated in Janpath. we were made to read the bare act of commission first day and next three days we were given the task to go through POCSO Act, Right to Education Act, Motor Vehicle Act, Juvenile justice Act.

We also were given to read the recent criminal ordinance and some cases of NCPCR of which we had to prepare summary. After a week, we accordingly were placed in different cell. I was placed in Right to Education cell where I and few other interns were given various task.

Main tasks

I was given a task to prepare a report on school transportation guidelines in accordance with honorable Supreme Court and CBSE guidelines. I also had to go through Motor Vehicle Act and suggest changes that should be incorporated in act to comply with SC guidelines. i was working with 3 other interns. We were given tasks in group of 3-4 people each.

In my team I had members of my own college so it was easy for me and we handled things in smooth way. We divided sections and studied accordingly. after going through act we made some suggestions. Later we were given data of various schools in 9 states collected by NCPCR on grounds of guidelines and we had to prepare a graphical report on it.

We also had to check the data if there was any error or not which was very lethargic task too but we all managed and submitted our final report to our head within the deadline.

Work environment and people

Our project head was very friendly and always helped us in any problem which we faced. He guided us while preparing the report. Other staff were also supporting. Legal consultants also used to visit us and used to ask how our work was going. The office where we worked was great, air conditioned.

We had Lunch time from (1 pm-2 pm) when every body use to have their lunch together.  The lunch time was the Fun time for all.

Best things

The staffs were very helpful and friendly. After the completion of our works we were allowed to move back home. In just 2 minutes walk from office is Connaught Place where one can chill having delicious bites from Mc Donalds, Dominos, CCD.

One can go for shopping in CP and Palika Bazaar. MP canteen north avenue is also good to have food at reasonable rate.

Apart from that office is situated adjacent to gate no.4 of janpath metro station hence one can each very easily.


if u r looking for stipend…. haha it doesn’t exists. No, It was an unpaid Internship.


i used to stay in a pg in Saket. I and 3 of my friends lived there and we used to reach office via bus and sometimes also used Metro.


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