ISLAMABAD: Chairman Federal Board of Income (FBR) Shabbar Zaidi on Tuesday met heads of the Nationwide College of Sciences and Know-how (NUST) and Lahore College of Administration and Sciences (LUMS) to debate participation in internship programme to be launched by Pakistan Customs, ARY NEWS reported.
Pakistan Customs has determined to launch an internship programme for the college college students from June 2020 geared toward enhancing talents of the scholars.
Customs Operations Member Dr Jawad was additionally a part of the assembly and briefed the heads of the academic establishments over the internship programme.
He mentioned that round 200 college students of Bachelors of Science (BS) and Masters of Science (MS) lessons could be enrolled within the programme starting from June 2020.
Below it, the scholars could be paid a stipend of Rs 12,000 month-to-month, he mentioned including that the programme would assist the scholars in buying higher jobs aside from enhancing their confidence stage.
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On November 17, Prime Minister Youth Affairs Program has deliberate to launch the “Nationwide Internship Program” to cope with the problem of unemployment of youth within the nation.
In line with an official supply, the purpose of the mentioned program is to enhance the employment ratio of educated youth to make them economically unbiased.
He mentioned this system will probably be a joint initiative of presidency, universities, and trade to channelize the vitality of the educated youth in the correct path.
College students will probably be chosen from totally different instructional establishments and they are going to be paid stipend through the internship time interval.