Federal Minister for Planning, and Development, e government had launched an internship program under which 60,000 fresh graduates across the country will receive pay-for internships. The Federal Minister of Planning, Development and Special Initiatives has revealed laptop and internship schemes for students and young graduates across the nation. Govt Announces 60,000 Internships and 100,000 Laptops provided in march 2024.
A total of 60,000 paid internships will be available to students who are fresh out of the country. The federal minister also stated the possibility of distributing 100,000 laptops provided to students across the nation. The federal government launched The Premier Minister Laptop Scheme and other various programs under the PMYP Youth Program.
Federal Govt Announces 60,000 Internships and 100,000 Laptops for students
Laptop Scheme 2024 for Matric Passed Students:
The government of Punjab decides to give laptops to the students who passed the year 2024 of their matriculation. Presently, the PM Laptop Scheme is working and providing laptops to students in various universities and colleges. One hundred thousand Matric Pass students will be provided with Laptops in 2024.
according to the latest announcement from Government, according to this scheme, students who score less than 78 percent marks will also receive laptops through the PM Laptop Scheme. the government has already distributed laptops to students who have passed matric and will be graduating in 2024. However, laptops will now be provided to matric-passing students in students in 2024. It’s confirmed that students with over the 78 percent mark in Matric will require laptops under the Prime Minister laptop scheme 2024.
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Govt Announces 60000 Internships, 100000 Laptops For Students
In the month of March, the government provided 20,000 scholarships to students who are not employed in the country. The announcement was made during a speech to his audience at an International summit on work and education in Islamabad.
Ahsan Iqbal further announced that scholarships will also be given to students from remote areas in the country as part of Youth Development Initiatives (YDI) that was launched recently by the Prime Minister.