A unique three to six month internship program will connect 45 selected students with government schemes(Practices to connect students with the government schemes) in different sectors in Rajasthan, allowing them to study their implementation, evaluate the impact on the public and suggest improvement measures to achieve the objectives.
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Practices to connect students with the government schemes
The State Government Department of Science and Technology has initiated the process to select interns from more than 100 students who have applied for the program. The duration will be counted as an experience of working with the government and will be treated as an additional qualification.
C&T secretary Mugdha Sinha, who along with a panel of experts interviewed students here earlier this week, said interns would work on projects related to biotechnology, startups, remote sensing, artificial intelligence, climate change, nanotechnology, Intellectual property rights and the Internet to review the execution of schemes.
Ms. Sinha said the internship would allow students to understand the vision and functioning of the government, in addition to improving their job prospects. “Interns can choose to become entrepreneurs after exposing themselves to the process of resource mobilization and data analysis. Their reports will also give feedback on various schemes and help in policy formulation. ”
Students who have shown willingness to join the internship program are from different institutions in Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Kota and other districts. Raksha Kukkad of M.B.M. Engineering College, Jodhpur, said the internship would support them to develop innovations. Law student Ribeka Chaudhary of Rajasthan University, Jaipur, said that interns would find the scope for the protection of the rights of rural self-employed workers using local resources.