PM’s Digital Media Development Program launched to empower Pakistani youth


ISLAMABAD – The Digital Media Wing (DMW) has launched an internship program aimed improving the digital skills of youth in order to move towards a brighter future in the Digital Media Ecosystem.

The internship called the Prime Minister’s Digital Media Development Program has been introduced in line with PM Imran Khan’s vision of digitisation.

The multifaceted program focuses on the development and growth of the Digital Media Industry of Pakistan along with increasing effective networking between the Government and the youth of Pakistan.

The aim of DMDP is to create and mentor a cadre of empowered students who are equipped with the new-age skills required to operate in the Digital Media industry and to empower this talented Pakistani youth to work for national and international media organizations, DMW introduced the internship on its website.

The program is designed specifically for bachelor students who are about to graduate and enter the industry. This program is designed to empower them and help them learn how the digital media industry works and to give them an on-ground flavor of it.

Students, who are in the third or final year of their bachelor degree programs in certain fields including Mass Communication, International Relations and Journalism, are required to apply for the internship by August 10.

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