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Internships are formal programs within organizations whose primary purpose is to offer practical work experience in a particular occupation to people who are new to that field. Internships fulfil an important component of both academic and practical education in law.
Internships are known for giving students the opportunity to apply their knowledge in real world environments. At the same time, they will also develop skills which will help them perform better at their jobs. Internships greatly increase the chances that a student will gain full time employment after graduation. By using internships, students are provided with experience that will make them stronger. In addition to this, their work ethic will increase, and they will be confident in their abilities. Internships will also allow students to learn about time management, discipline, and effective communication skills.
The purpose of the internship program is to provide a planned transition from the curriculum to a personal and professional setting in a student's area of interest. During the internship experience, the student will test the practical application of the theories of academic learning in the professional setting under the guidance and supervision of both a professional staff member and a university faculty advisor. As a part of the internship experience, the student will be evaluated on his/her work attributes and contributions in the assigned work or community setting. The student will have the opportunity to continually interact with the staff in the setting and periodically with the faculty in assessing his/her skills, accomplishments, and professional growth.
During this period of internship, students are required to conduct legal research, draft pleadings, briefs, opinions or other legal documents as required by the host. Internships may also involve interviewing witnesses, assisting Lawyers or judges in court, and observing court Proceedings.
Objectives of the Internship
Rules Governing Internship
For an internship to be successful, all of the main participants (the intern, the on-site supervisor, and the faculty supervisor) must fulfil their responsibilities. As a student, you have a crucial part to play in ensuring the success of your internship, and you must be prepared to be proactive and use your initiative to ensure that it runs smoothly. It is your responsibility to.
At the conclusion of the internship, you must give an evaluation of the experience. This report need not be long, but should give an indication of the success or otherwise of the internship, particularly in relation to whether the initial objectives were met. A proforma for the evaluation is included in the appendices.
It is mandatory for all students undergoing Internships to maintain a day to day record in Internship Diaries.
The internship report has the following compulsory components.
Internship dairy must be in students hand writing. It must be soft bonded. No spiral binding will be accepted. Assignments may not be submitted by facsimile or email. They should be submitted by hand.
The Internship Diary, case notes and viva-voce would be the basis of evaluation. Internship vivas will be conducted by the concerned Class Internship Coordinator.
Based on the record of work and evaluation, the Principal shall issue certificate of satisfactory completion of training.
Viva Voce: Viva voce will be conducted to all the students in the first week of the academic year under the supervision of the Principal and faculty in charge.
Absences from the Internship:
You are required to report any absences from the internship to the teacher in charge. Additional time must generally be arranged in order for you to successfully complete the required two weeks. The College requests that you provide a copy of a medical certificate or other relevant documentation for absences of two or more days
Each student enrolled in 5 year B.A. LL.B./ B.B.A LL.B. Integrated degree course shall undergo an internship for minimum twenty weeks during the entire course under NGO, Trial And Appellate Advocates, Legal Regulatory Authorities, Legislatures and Parliament, Other Legal Functionaries, Market Institutions, Law Firms, Companies, Local Self-Government and other such bodies as the KSLU may stipulate. However, internship shall not be for a period of more than four weeks in continually in an academic year.
Mr. Mankala Surya Teja of V semester, 5 Years B.B.A., LL.B. (IDC) successfully completed his internship under the guidance of Honourable Mr. Justice Suraj Govindaraj of High Court of Bengaluru for a period starting from 1st March, 2020 to 16th March, 2020.
Mr. Dhruva K. of IV Semester, 5 Years B.B.A., LL.B. (IDC) completed his internship from to under the guidance of Advocate C. H. Hanumantharaya, an Eminent Criminal Law Jurist practising before the High Court of Karnataka with more than 50 years of experience at Bar .