Virtual Internship Experience at Umeed A Drop of Hope – NGO: Legal Research & Drafting


Name of the intern

Tejaswini Kaushal

Name of your college

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Name of the course and year of study

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Name and address of the organisation

Umeed A Drop of Hope (NGO), New Delhi, Delhi, India.


Duration of internship

From: 05/09/2021 Till: 02/10/2021

How did you apply for the internship?

I came across this opportunity through a post on LinkedIn.

There was a Google Form that was supposed to be filled out to apply for the internship.

First day formalities, infrastructure, first impression

After applying through the Google form, I received a confirmation mail within a few days.

Main Tasks

My main task was to write content and do research on contemporary legal issues.

By researching topics, I was able to gain a clearer understanding of the concept.

I was also able to develop a point of view on these issues too. 

Work Environment

Working from home and learning so many new things was a great experience for me.

Good Things

The best thing about this internship is that I got a basic understanding of research and writing.

All questions about the topic were solved by the coordinators.

The mentors were very kind that I personally enjoyed this internship a lot.

Bad Things

There was nothing bad with this internship.


No stipend

Details about accommodation and commute

The communication happened through email and WhatsApp only.

Anything else?

As a first-year law student, this was a great opportunity for me to develop my existing skills and to learn many new skills related to the law field.

In addition, internship at the organization is open for young students like us to communicate and interact with many new and successful people in this field.

I was also able to develop my point of view on the issues in which I have written.

I was guided by my seniors on what changes should be made to help others understand the subject.

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