The interim Sindh government plans to launch a paid internship program for 200 students attending public sector universities. The provincial human rights department is leading this initiative, which aims to give young brains worthwhile learning opportunities.
Caretaker law minister lawyer Omer Soomro discussed the initiative during a meeting with representatives of the human rights division. He highlighted that it will be directed at students majoring in law and the social sciences, encouraging a deeper understanding of these fields.
Students from the divisions of Karachi, Hyderabad, Mirpurkhas, Larkana, Sukkur, and Shaheed Benazirabad would be eligible for these internship opportunities. The law minister announced that the interim chief minister (CM) would shortly receive a formal proposal for his consideration.
The opportunity is appealing to people who want to support human rights concerns because selected students will get a monthly stipend of Rs. 25,000 each. Additionally, interns will have the chance to attend events after the program is over that will focus on a variety of human rights problems, furthering their involvement and knowledge of this crucial area.