About the Organization
The TRAI Act of 1997 was revised in 2000 to enhance the regulatory regime and the dispute resolution process in the telecommunications industry, bring functional clarity, and create the TDSAT, which was established to resolve appeals and adjudicate disputes with a focus on promoting and ensuring the orderly growth of the telecommunications industry. According to the TRAI Act, 1997 (as modified), the Information Technology Act, 2008, and the Airport Economic Regulatory Authority of India Act, 2008, the Tribunal has authority over telecom, broadcasting, IT, and airport pricing issues. Regarding telecom, broadcasting, and airport tariff issues, the Tribunal has both original and appellate jurisdiction. The Tribunal’s jurisdiction in cyber concerns is limited to appellate matters.
About the Responsibilities
Law students are welcome to apply to TDSAT’s internship programme. It will give participants hands-on, practical experience in the responsibilities and duties carried out by a prestigious tribunal. You will be expected to support the TDSAT Members and Hon. Chairperson in the day-to-day operations of the tribunal.
4 weeks can be extended on the basis of the performance
- third (or higher) year of a five-year law programme
- first year (or higher) of a three-year legal education
- Law students studying LLMs or PhDs will be favoured if they demonstrate a strong interest in or expertise of topics such as cybercrime, the IT Act, technology laws, etc.
- A certificate would be provided on the successful completion of the internship.
How to Apply?
Interested candidates may apply from here: – by sending a short CV (1 pager) and a cover letter/statement of interest describing your objectives and motivation in applying for the internship with TDSAT. email@example.com.
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