Internship Experience @ National Human Rights Commission, Delhi: Work on a Group Project


Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID


Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength

National Human Rights Commission [NHRC], Delhi, Short term internship program.

Application Process with contact details

I have send my application to their email id, which is given on their website.

Duration of Internship and timings

8th September, 2014 – 19th September, 2014

First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure

The office is very posh and classy in its whole setting and outlook. There was an introductory session for us.

We registered there with relevant documents. Our ids were made by the office staff. They told us the real meaning of this internship.

We all were taken to the office department in which all the working is being set-up and proceeded.

Main tasks

To make a report on a topic which was given by head sir.

It was a group project, we all divided the work in between us.

There was a huge library in which computers were placed, by the help of those computers we made our project.

Work environment and people

We are only concerned with the three persons – one who gives us work, one who we have to submit our application and lastly to the one who made our certificates, rest everyone is doing there work in different sections as we see in other government offices.

Otherwise everyone is very keen with us like for say the library staff is also very cooperative.

Best things

1. Food available in the canteen was good.

2. Fully air- conditioned office which makes working very smooth.

3. No burden

Bad things




Biggest Lessons

Learning through the others mistake is a correct act.

Short term internships are sometimes the one what makes you help better for the long run.

No one has the perfect knowledge because that is a relative concept, one has to learn everyday.

Any Other Thing

Its good to work on a different project.


I am a resident of Delhi.

Office Timings

10:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.

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