Islamabad, January 16, 2023 (PPI-OT):On the special orders of Federal Minister for Interior Rana Sana Ullah Khan, the Islamabad capital police organized a `Youth Internship Program’ to enhance the professional capabilities of young persons and provide them opportunities for better understanding of policing affairs, a police public relations officer said. Following the orders, Inspector General of Police Islamabad Dr. Akbar Nasir Khan organized the program for the first time in Islamabad Capital Police, in which equal opportunities were provided to women and minorities.
A closing ceremony of Islamabad capital police internship program was held at Police Lines headquarters. Capital Police Officer Law and Order Rommel Akram graced the occasion as the chief guest, while Islamic Relief Pakistan child and women development manager Afshan Jamal, senior police officers and youth program participants were present on the occasion.
In this program, 4915 candidates from all over Pakistan applied online. After the completion of scrutiny, 300 candidates were called for an interview out of which 90 candidates were selected for the program. Students and degree holders of mass communication, journalism, criminology, public policy, conflict studies, public administration and information technology participated in the program. The candidates were divided into groups and different tasks were assigned to them and they were deputed in different divisions of Islamabad capital police where they work in their domain and give suggestions for further improvement.
Speaking on the occasion, Islamic relief Pakistan child and women development manager Afshan Jamal appreciated the initiative taken by Islamabad capital police and said that organizing such programs is very important to further improve the capabilities and professional qualities of young generation, adding that Islamic Relief Pakistan will continue to support Islamabad Capital Police in such programs in the future as well.
Capital Police Officer Law and Order Rommel Akram said that the purpose of Islamabad Capital Police Youth Internship Program is to provide professional training to young students from different departments and to develop their skills as per aptitude so that these young people can work in every field of life in future. Such programs will also continue in future as well, he maintained. At the end of the ceremony, CPO Law and Order and IRP manager Afshan Jamal distributed appreciation certificates among the program participants and wished them good wishes for their future endeavours.
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