Your Name, College, Year of Study, Email ID
Name of Organisation, Location city, Team Strength
State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, Handloom Haveli, Ashow marg, C Scheme 1st floor, Jaipur – 302001, Rajasthan
Application Process with contact details
You can send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or you may go directly to the Commission with your CV and a bona-fide certificate to apply for an internship.
Duration of internship and timings
4 weeks internship from 20th June 2015 to 20th July 2015.
First impression, first day formalities, infrastructure
We went to Commission and got ourselves registered as interns in main office.
Classes are held for interns and we were sent to one such class where the Registrar of the State Commission was giving a lecture on Consumer laws.
The infrastructure of the building is average.
We had to read case files, discuss among ourselves and had classes on Consumer law. Our queries were addressed by office members. We also had to attend the court proceedings.
Work environment and people
Everyone was very helpful, however, there was no specific internship program designed for interns. It depends on the individual to learn as much as he could during the internship.
You will have to take the pain to ask for work. There were no deadlines given.
My co interns were fantastic. We had a lot of fun together. Moreover we also learnt a lot regarding Consumer Laws which is an upcoming field of law in the future.
Not sufficient attention was paid to the interns. The infrastructure could be improved.
The biggest lessons.
Sometimes you have got to take the initiative to learn and increase your horizon of knowledge.
You cannot always depend on people around you to make you work or learn.
Any Other Thing
J-39, krishna marg, C-Scheme, Jaipur (Raj).Its a girls PG and the facilities were average.Charge for the PG was 3500 for stay.They did not provide food facility.You have to get a tiffin system arranged as per your requirements.
The timings are not very strict. We normally interned from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.
Attendance is compulsory. However if you don’t feel like working you could just get your attendance marked and return home on some days.