Internship Experience @ Zenith, Student Welfare Society, Shivpuri, Madhya Pradesh: Worked on the problems of the city

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internship Zenith Student Welfare Society, Shivpuri

ABOUT THE INTERN

Anchit Jain, 2nd Year, BBA LLB (Hons.), ICFAI University, Dehradun

DURATION OF INTERNSHIP

15 June – 15 July

OFFICE NAME AND ADDRESS

Zenith, Student Welfare Society, Peeli kothi, Shivpuri, MP, 473551

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Its easy to get in touch with the secretary and leader of the NGO, Abhay jain, by mailing him the CV and cover letter. The mail id is abhayjainnlu@gmail.com

After receiving your mail he’ll respond to it and then you can get his cell number, which will be easy for you to talk with him.

FIRST IMPRESSION

The environment was very informal there, as Abhay is also a student thus it was very easy to get comfortable with him.

The Office lies within the boundaries of his house which made it too frank and family environment.

You can sit beneath a tree or roam in the back area while you are scheduling or discussing the agenda or project for your work.

WORK ENVIRONMENT AND PEOPLE

The organization is too frank and is collectively a group of students, pursuing their courses from different NLUs, IITs and Private universities.

The NGO basically runs a liabrary that is why students other then law are also attached and working with their abilities. we planned the agenda in the garden, tea shop or at any place where we found suitable, sometimes we were informed through an email.

The behavior or the seniors was frank, but if showing any sign of indiscipline towards the task can attract a serious warning mail.

The best part was, we had complete authority on our work, but that authority is assigned only if you works impressively.

WORK

We discussed the problems of the city Shivpuri, through group discussion or personal sitting so that we can arrive on a suitable solution.

Then we went to the local administration and discussed the problems and solutions.

We had to find out the points for drafting petitions.

We did survey of villages by visiting to ground zero and by discussing the issues with the villagers.

We took training sessions of anganwadi workers by discussing the basic legal problems through law in very simpler way.

We visited the district jail so that we can suggest ideas for the betterment of prisoners.

We filed RTIs and hosted central information commissioner of India Prof. M.S. Acharyulu.

GOOD THING

Comfortable working environment. Frank people. Ample of places to hangout as Shivpuri is India’s 1st tourist city and was summer capital of Scindia dynasty. Chances of travelling while working.

BAD THING

Totally field work. Meeting with govt. is mainly irritating.

STIPEND

No stipend

ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD

Depends on the availability.

TIMINGS

Depends on you and your senior’s decision, but always comfortable.

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