UP Government to offer internship to school and college students

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New Delhi, Updated on Feb 10, 2020 11:53 IST

Each student who participates in the internship scheme for six months or one year will be bestowed Rs. 2500 as honorarium per month. The government will also provide assistance to the youth in getting jobs and an HR cell will also be formed for this.

Uttar Pradesh Government is going to launch an internship scheme for students of class 10 and 12. On Sunday, the Chief Minister of UP Yogi Adiityanath informed that his government will bring an internship scheme for high school, inter, and college graduates to help them get employment. He further stated that under the internship plan, students will get a chance to intern with many technical organisations and companies. He said that each student who participates in the internship scheme for six months or one year will be bestowed Rs. 2500 as honorarium per month. Out of the overall amount provided to interns, Rs. 1500 will be offered by the central government and Rs. 1000 will be provided by the state government.

After the conclusion of the internship, the government will also provide assistance to the youth in getting jobs and an HR cell will also be formed for this. The Chief Minister also added that his government is firm on compulsorily hiring 20 per cent girls in the state police department. He also informed that the government's main concern is to open ITI and skill development centre in each tehsil of the state which will offer a stage for youth to display their skills.

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