Law School Journey
Sonu Priya,Student,BVP Pune
JOURNEY OF LIFE : LEGALLY TURNED
It was July 2013 when I came to Pune for the first time. I was here for an interview in one of the law schools of this city. I gave interview and completed the whole admission procedure. I was accompanied to this whole new place by my father and sister. They shifted me in a hostel that was about half kilometer away from my college and went back home. I was left there all alone with luggage in hands and tears in eyes.
It was first day of law school. I was nervous but at the same time excited. Butterflies were constantly dancing in my stomach. I attended each and every class sincerely. As the time kept rolling, my inclination towards law subjects kept increasing. Today, I consider “THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA” as my holy book.
Like any other law student, I participated in various moot court competitions, quiz competitions, volunteered in college events, etc. These events and competitions made me learn the basic etiquettes that a law student must have. Being a sincere student, I tried keeping my academics record up and have been able to maintain it in my fourth year of law school too.
Internships are must for a law student. The exposure that one gets is entirely a different thing. Summer and winter internships are the best part for any law student. Theoretical knowledge gets practical recognition during these internships. I have worked as an intern in various courts and commissions. The experiences that I got are worth keeping.
If I say we law student lead a life that is different from others in toto, then I would not be wrong in saying so. Learning law made me more close to the people, to the society. Now, I don’t see thing as right or wrong. It is either legal or illegal for me. I have started observing the legal aspect of each and every thing. Black and white combination fascinates me. This is what I have experienced in these four years and hope the same continues in future too.