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The work environment was very nice and enriching. Having a large number of co-interns was a lot of fun and all the tasks however back breaking were always fun to do. One can never get bored.
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.
Dignity of the individual is of paramount importance. PUCL, Patna offers you the best chance to understand constitutional democracy
You should join only if you can show professionalism and can be punctual and committed. You will have to work hard, since it is only what you work that is added in the certificate, which has no set format.
Internship @ People’s Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL), Jaipur: Field Work, Lots of Learnings, No Stipend
At PUCL you are mostly required to do at least 3 empirical studies involving field work. Mine was visiting the Police Thanas in East Jaipur, visiting old age homes, and visiting night shelters.
Everyday new & challenging task was given which was very interesting. The task could be of outside city too. Both boys and girls enjoyed same rights and liberties. They were under same rules and regulations. By Jyotsana Aggarwal, Siddhartha Law College, 2nd Year
Usually we were asked for research work which mostly included field work, we went to schools, NREGA, night shelters, had interaction with them and prepare the report and submit it to the General Secretary who was very hardworking and expected same from us. Shikha Sinha, CNLU, III year
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.