Prateek Tanmay, South Calcutta Law College (University of Calcutta), Kolkata, 3rd Year
Name of the organization where you interned and its full address
S. Kakrania & Co., 10 Old Post Office Street, Suite No. 34, Kolkata-700001
Duration of internship
1st June 2020 to 30th June 2020 [30 days]
How did you apply?
I sent my internship application (Cover Letter and Updated CV) to internship[at]kakrania.in. Please apply at least one month prior to the intended period of internship.
First day formalities, infrastructure, first impression
As it was a virtual internship, so there were no such first-day formalities or the first impression, but we (interns) were added to a WhatsApp group where our internship co-ordinator (Tanuj Kakrania Sir) explained the work and rules.
The main task was to carry out research work on various subject matters. Tanuj Sir used to allot us the task and we were directed to do the research and submit it within the given time. Normally, he used to allow us 2-3 days for advanced research and 1 day for a normal research task. There were no such working hours.
The working hours were very flexible. Though the wide range of areas of research was challenging, Tanuj sir was just a call away to help us. During the course of the internship, we were given a few high-profile cases for research and it was fun and challenging.
There were no such bad things.
No, there was no such stipend but this opportunity was way more than that.
Accommodation, commuting to office
As it was a virtual internship, so, this was not required.
Anything else, what you did to chill out, lessons learned, etc.
This was my first internship at any firm, so it was a nice experience and Mentor like Tanuj Sir was the icing on the cake.
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