I would rate this internship a 9 on 10 as far as work-ethic and value-for-performance are concerned. It is not strenuous or taxing, and no unrealistic expectations (with regard to time investment) are cast upon the intern.
The internship taught me quite a lot. The mere reading of books can never tell you how the real world functions in life. As much as I was praised for my work, I was also rebuked for my mistakes. I learned a lot and the total experience was quite extraordinary. :)
Firstly to wake up at 5 a.m., attend the Court every day, don't sleep at night until you read something about law, etc. It created lot of interest in me with respect to law, while assisting associates with some supporting case laws. By P. Anantha Bhat, KSLU Hubli, 5th Year
Life actually pauses to take a look around in Bangalore. As you enter through the big gates that spell out “WIPRO: Applying Thought” you enter a place of zen, a pocket universe where nobody is in a hurry to pass you by in the race of life but will walk with you at equal pace
Since my interest is in litigation, I had the opportunity to work on and attend cases pending in various courts. Work given to me ranged from carrying-out research to drafting of petitions to preparing brief for the senior counsel.
Extremely formal, need not carry your laptop. You will be provided with a system to work upon. Office is amazing. It also has a small cafeteria where you can have coffee as often as you want in case you are tired and need a break.