The application was to be made by filling a form available on their website and then there is a telephonic interview and if cleared you become a part of their team.
10th May 2015- 8th August 2015
The internship was online so there was no certain formalities.
Everything was to be done online so the infrastructure included internet connection and a basic laptop or dekstop and that is what everyone can afford so easily.
The main tasks were to read articles, news updates and then like the posts over their facebook page.
We were supposed to share the posts and then get them as much likes as we can.
Though the Internship was online yet there was quite formal environment as in groups we were only allowed to discuss over the topics relating to current affairs, new updates, amendments in the field of law.
The best things about this internship was that we get updated with the new amendments in field of law and then further we wrote some articles that helped to improve upon our writing skills.
Besides this you get to interact with people and which helps in knowing the teaching and working patterns of other institutions.
There was no field job so no particular learning regarding how to file a case and stand in courts.
Interacting with new people from other institutes not only helps in making friends but also widens the thinking patterns and got a view of how other institutes work and gave me a comparative view with my institute and I learnt where I was lacking, hence it helped me to learn and grow well.
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