Internship Experience @ Rajasthan State Human Rights Commission, Jaipur

“Helpful in learning important judgements” Kulvardhan Singh Bhati.


Name Of the Student:

Kulvardhan Singh Bhati

Year of Study:

BALLB 2nd Year

College Name:

Raffles University,Neemrana (Rajasthan)

Organization Name, City:

Rajasthan State Human Rights Commission, Jaipur

About Organization:

A place for extensive learning in the field of Human Rights and Law.

Duration of the Internship:

One Month


10.00 am to 4.00 pm sometimes 5 pm

Main Task Work Profile:

Human Rights Discussion, Case Analysis.

Work Environment at office:

The working environment is really friendly, liberal and accommodative.


No Stipend

First day at organization:

We were required to fill forms containing our information. We were treated very nicely. Then we have to discuss some topics related to Human Rights and related Organisations  amongst our group. It happened to be an interactive session.

Best Part of Internship:

We were told about the functioning of State Human Rights Commission (RSHRC) from various officers of the Commission. Moreover had lectures on Concepts and Declaration of human Rights, RTI, Gender Sensitisation, Human Rights and Police: How Police violates people’s rights and how their rights are getting violate, Human Rights of the disabled person, Human Rights of prisoner etc.

Biggest Lesson:

Helpful in learning important judgements, the Human Rights Court proceedings, the powers of the Human Rights Court. I became more vigilant of Human Rights. A paradigm shift in my understanding of issues.

Anything else you’d like to tell:

It was a great journey. I learned so much. Pink City is an incredible city to live in. I really miss my this summer internship.

Any Message to other Law Students:

Don’t miss this invaluable golden opportunity. The knowledge you gain from their will be the best and always helpful to you.

From LawOF: 

Dear Kulvardhan Singh Bhati

Best of Luck for the Future.




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