Internship Experience at the Legal Lock: Understanding and Managing Social Media

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Name of the intern

Tejaswini Kaushal

Name of your college

Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.

Name of the course and year of study

B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) | 1st year

Name and address of the organisation

The Legal Lock

This is a website providing legal news, legal and publication opportunities, the internship was virtual, so the address isn’t applicable.

Duration of internship

From: 01/10/2021 Till: 31/10/2021

How did you apply for the internship?

I applied for the internship through the platform Internshala where this opportunity had been posted.

I created my CV within Internshala itself which gets submitted along with other assessment questions like ‘why do you want to apply for this internship?’

and ‘whether you are available for the provided time period immediately or what is the earliest date from which you can join?’

I filled in the relevant information and submitted my application.

After a preliminary review of my application, I was contacted through a chat and given a Test Task that I needed to complete. I did and was hired.

First day formalities, infrastructure, first impression

All communication was made through WhatsApp.

I was provided basic instructions about the role of a social media intern on the first day, how things will work, and the nature and time period of the tasks.

Main Tasks

The main tasks were creating awareness about this site and bringing followers to The Legal Lock’s Instagram page, Linkedin account, and WhatsApp groups.

I was also required to circulate messages and updates that were given by The Legal Lock in my college groups.

I was given certain targets that I needed to achieve weekly.

Work Environment

The internship was virtual, regardless, the work environment was accommodative.

The work pressure wasn’t much which made it easier to continue along with other curricular and co-curricular activities.

Good Things

It helped me in enhancing communication skills, engaging in meaningful discussions, and building strong professional connections.

Bad Things

The targets were sometimes hard to meet and that became a bit stressful.

Stipend

The stipend given was performance-based and it was issued by the end of the one-month period.

Details about accommodation and commute

Not applicable as the internship was virtual and hence the only relevant infrastructure required was one’s presence on social media along with a good internet connectivity.

Anything else?

This was a good experience as it provided me the opportunity to enhance my communication and leadership skills, network and engage in meaningful discussions, and build strong connections.

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