Paid Internship Program for Sindh Students
The caretaker Sindh Government intended to start a paid internship program taking care of 200 students from local universities and colleges.
It will be initiated under the supervision of the provincial human rights department. This radical initiative aspires to train intelligent youth leaders in a learning environment without financial problems.
During a conversation with the representative of the provincial human rights department, interim law minister Omer Soomro shared his experiences with the program. He stressed that it would target those students who are pursuing their education in subjects like law and social sciences.
Opportunities like paid internships will also be provided to the students who are living in Karachi, Hyderabad, Mirpurkhas, Larkana, Sukkur, and Shaheed Benazirabad divisions.
The caretaker Law minister expressed that a proper proposal will be dispatched to the office of the chief minister for approval.
After the selection of the candidates, students will get a monthly payment of 25,000 thousand rupees each, making it an attractive offer for those individuals who want to take part in securing the basic human rights of humankind.
After the completion of the internship students are allowed to participate in different gatherings on the different human rights issues, further enhancing their experience in this all-important field.