The government will launch the largest paid internship programme in Pakistan for 60,000 students.

The Prime Minister’s Youth Development Initiatives have been launched paid internship programme by the Ministry of Planning, Development, and Special Initiatives under the leadership of Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif in order to assist the country’s 64% youth population.


The Ba-Ikhtiyar Naujawan Internship Program and PM’s Youth Laptop Program are among the 15 schemes that will begin on March 21. 5,000 scholarships for students from the former FATA and Balochistan; 75 Scholarship Program for Top Talent; Foundation of Seerat Seats; Establishment of Public Sector Universities’ Subcampuses in Pakistan’s Least Developed Areas; Program for Youth Skills Training; Program for Young Development Fellowship; Seven specialized centers; Award for Young Development Leaders from Pakistan Innovation Fund; Special Development Plan for the Improvement of Pakistan’s Twenty Poorest Districts; 250 Mini Sports Complexes spread out across Pakistan and the Young Peace and Development Corps.



Since taking over in April 2022, the Planning Minister has been actively working on these initiatives. Under the vision of 2025, the Planning Minister initiated a number of initiatives from 2013 to 2017. However, the previous administration halted some of the projects and restarted others The government will launch the largest paid internship programme in Pakistan for 60,000 students..

The Minister reiterated the commitment of the government to providing such incentives to the youth, which has unfortunately become increasingly polarized in recent years.


Head of the state’s Ba-Ikhtiyar Naujawan Entry level position Program is Pakistan’s biggest temporary job program focused on the monetary strengthening of youth. By providing 60,000 paid internships to recent graduates across Pakistan, the program is pursuing this goal..



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