Name of Organisation
National Commission for Women.
Through post. Documents required are a CV, an application and a recommendation letter.
Duration of internship
3 June 2015 – 3 July 2015.
As the name suggests “National” I was expecting an elaborate building and there was nothing as such, so, I was little disappointed.
First day we were assigned to find out about the working of the commission.
I was assigned the legal cell, my work mainly consisted of arranging, receiving and sending files.
It was quite boring.
Work environment and people
The environment was very friendly.
The people there and the amount of knowledge I gained.
No access to the library which was not impressive.
A woman should not depend on others.
The time has come for her to stand up on her own feet.
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