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Internship Experience @ Hope Foundation, NGO, Kolkata: Got to know the actual problems faced by the underprivileged
Name. College. Year of Study. Anonymous Name of the organisation. City. Team strength. Hope Foundation. Kolkata. 5 people Application process. We came to know of Hope Foundation through one of their 5...
We were asked to read various claims files based on various insurance policies. We debated on the legal aspects of a particular case while discussing, and we didn't feel like outsiders. Our opinion was respected and heard very patiently.
Internship @ People’s Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL), Jaipur: Mastering Perfection, Learning Drafting RTIs and PILs
If one does not mind slogging through hours with one working fan in a room full of 20 people, in the process of making press releases, intensively well researched papers and interacting with the most beautiful crowd that Jaipur boasts of, PUCL is the place to be.
I also interacted with some of the victims of domestic violence and got to know the type of trauma they face and the agony they have to undergo during such time as and with no knowledge of legal remedies it is NGO such as these which provide them remedy free of cost that they finally get some relief.
My work at The Hindu mostly comprised of editing, writing bylines, columns and picking out pieces from the wire (desk job for the first two weeks) and interviewing, reporting and covering events, for the latter half of the internship. By Abhirrami Dharmaraj. National Law University, Odisha. 1st Year.
I learnt how to speed up my research, reading and writing skills; how not to crack under pressure and appreciate the pro bono work that IJM was engaged in.
The work environment at the school was amazing and educational. It was very great working with other individuals in their legal cell as the people there were really helpful and aided a lot in attaining the knowledge about the court procedures and helped in studying various cases. By Anshul Chhirang, IIIrd year, GNLU
Internship @ People’s Union for Civil Liberties [PUCL], Delhi: No Stipend, Good Experience for 1st Years
Mr. Mahi Pal at PUCL would not hesitate to provide any contact information or addresses and encouraged me to meet lawyer's and complainant's on the topic that was assigned to me. For my report completion I went to meet Adv. Ashok Agrawal who was very much open to answer all my queries and also asked me to accompany him on his daily surveys on the particular case topic on which I was preparing the report.