"Law is actually learnt by practicing and applying, not what is taught in the classrooms”.
There is not even an iota of doubt in the veracity of this statement and therefore we at JRTC are trying to bridge this widening gap between knowledge, practical information as to what is taught and what needs to be learnt. This is something that can be only mastered through practical training i.e. internships that guarantees work experience in a real time work environment. But the problem that has been frequently witnessed is that of finding those internships.
With a plethora of skilled law students with less of quality internships the students find themselves under tremendous stress of finding a suitable internship. We have come up with the concept of General Law Internship Test (GLIT) through which every law student has an opportunity to showcase his skills at national level and prove his mettle.
General Law Internship Test (GLIT) is conducted for the convenience of the students seeking internship in various top law firms in the country. A Trio of (Research Question, MCQ and Drafting) is conducted to provide a list of candidates on the basis of ‘merit-cum- preference’ to law firms and law luminaries of the country for internships.