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Internship Odisha Human Rights Commission (OHRC), Bhubaneswar

Internship Experience @ Odisha Human Rights Commission, Bhubaneshwar: Practical Knowledge in the Field of Human Rights

Name Anonymous Organisation Odisha Human Rights Commission, Bhubaneshwar Application Process You can find the contact details in their respective website. Its better to call them first and then mail...
Internship National Human Rights Commission

Internship @ National Human Rights Commission, Delhi: Book Reviews, Project Work, Stipend and Travel Allowances

This internship is highly recommended for students pursuing not only law, but also for other fields of education if they have an interest in Human Rights. I went back with a lot of memories of this internship.
Internship National Human Rights Commission, New Delhi

Internship at National Human Rights Commission, New Delhi: We told the kids to turn their dreams into reality. They listened to us very...

One thing that surprised me was that these children were very eager to learn. They wanted to know everything! They were keen to learn new things. After teaching them, we played carom with them and told them to draw later. The rest of the days also, we first taught and played with them after lunch. By Rohan Garg, Government Law College, Mumbai

Internship @ National Human Rigths Commission NHRC, New Delhi; Rs. 8000 Stipend, Warm Work Enviro

The people were the best thing about the internship. Moreover, the sessions conducted by several eminent personalities on a plethors of human rights issues ranging from women to child, disabled to old age, leprosy to environment, health to manual scavenging, police reforms to prison reforms were enlightening and thought provoking. By Gitanjali Ghosh, NLSIU, LLM 1st trimester

Internship @ Punjab State Human Rights Commission PSHRC : Relaxed Environs, Good Human Rights Lesson, No Stipend

Our tasks were different everyday. In the initial days we were only given sample papers to work on. We were divided into groups and we had to read around 20-50 cases per day and give cognizance to the one's which could be accepted by the commission. We worked in groups and it was boring a bit but the cases were really very funny.