It has been revealed to us that on the orders of the current Prime Minister, Imran Khan, Pakistan Post has started its internship program for the young generation of Pakistan which will provide a suitable platform for the students in Pakistan to gain experience from. Moreover, Murad Saeed who is the Federal Minister for Postal Services in Pakistan made the announcement in video message, he further clarified that the first session will commence from 4th November and more than 35,000 youngsters will benefit from the program.
Moreover, it has been revealed that this new program will kick start from 1200 post offices which are located all across the country where the young people will learn different skills which will help them start their own businesses or be a part of the Prime Minister’s Kamyab Jawan scheme. This should provide a good basis for students who find it hard to land jobs because of the basic problem, which is that job requires experience and newly graduated students have no experience, I mean logically, how could they?
During one month, the internees will be trained under three different modules including:
- Internship Modules Program A: (Franchise Post Office)
- Understanding of Postal Products
- Accounting Procedures
- Hands-on training for booking of Postal Products
- Preparation of bill & commission on different services as a franchisee
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- Internship Module Program B: (Insurance Agents)
- Types of insurance policies
- How to become a PLI agent
- Calculations related to insurance premium
- Marketing for insurance
- Legal formalities
- Internship Module Program C: (E-Commerce)
- Basics of E-Commerce
- Web portals to start E-business
- Role of the delivery partner in e-commerce
- How to become a successful e-commerce entrepreneur
- Understanding of cash on delivery
Furthermore, to be eligible to apply, applicants between the age of 20 and 30 can apply for this internship. In addition to that,students who have done matric or graduation or equivalent degrees are eligible to apply. No stipend will be provided to the trainees for the course of the internship. The registration forms can be downloaded from Pakistan Post’s website.
Short intro of Murad Saeed
A poet whose poetry would signify the innocent late-teens dreams, a debater who’d always end his speeches with a expectation. An Environmentalist by profession, to the broadly known pupil of University of Peshawar, realities came up as a complete surprise with all the movement for the recovery of Judiciary in early 2007 and afterward because of jolt with all the crisis imposed in November 2007 by -the President- Musharaf.
Murad Saeed chose to materialize his words aimed to struggle for the existence of the hope that he were giving through his speeches. 22nd November 2007 was once he began collecting like-minded pupils beneath the flag of’INSAF’ at University of Peshawar. The date’ currently marked since the Inception Day of Insaf Student Federation. Soon the motion reached every nook and corner of this state.He functioned as a Provincial President for its ISF Khyber Pukhtunkhwa until 2010.
Appointed as a Secretary Youth Affairs, PTI Youth Wing KPK. Member of the Central Executive Council, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Chairman Advisory Council and also’ Chairman Tracking Cell’ PTI at 2011. Murad was the youngest contestant for Provincial President-ship KPK from the Intra-party elections 2013 and was recently chosen as Member National Assembly on PTI’s ticket in NA-29 Swat-1 using a remarkable mandate of 89,000 votes; largest ever from the 44 long history of Swat. Getting the youngest member of the home and Pakistan’s political background.