Applications for the WAPDA Paid Internship Program 2022 are available on this page. For young graduates looking to build their resumes with professional experience, WAPDA offers a paid internship programme with national access.
The Internship Program strives to give young people an engaging opportunity to train with highly experienced individuals, obtain practical work experience, and develop a strong work ethic at Pakistan‘s most prominent institution. Candidates seeking WAPDA Jobs shouldn’t pass up this chance.
|Posted On||November 10, 2022|
|Job Type:||Federal Government|
|Location:||KPK, Punjab, Balochistan, & Sindh Regions|
|Last Date:||November 16, 2022|
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Candidates of both sexes are encouraged to apply. WAPDA is searching for people that are committed, dynamic, self-motivated, and always learning so that they can produce a professionally groomed and capable applicant who is prepared to take on various challenges.
The WAPDA Internship Program for New Graduates is available in a number of fields, including civil engineering, electrical/electronic and mechanical engineering, finance and accounting, human resources and administration, and mass communication and media.
The duration of this internship programme is eight weeks. There are 50 vacant opportunities in all. 10,000 rupees per month will be awarded to selected interns. Applicants must be recent graduates. The oldest person allowed is 26 years old.
This internship programme is open to applicants from Punjab, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gilgit Baltistan, Balochistan, Azad Kashmir, and Ex-FATA.
How to Apply for WAPDA Internships?
- Candidates who fill in the eligibility criteria may forward their applications online through email at [email protected].
- Applicants must be submitted online before 16th November 2022.
The Federal Government of Pakistan’s Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority is an independent and autonomous agency that oversees the state’s water and energy infrastructure. Following independence in 1958, a Parliamentary Act has created it.
The major dams in Pakistan are owned by WAPDA, which also actively oversees and controls the needs and wants of Pakistan’s domestic and commercial sectors. In order to fulfill the expanding demands of the electricity sector, it also intends to develop five additional multipurpose dams.
With the needs of the consumer in mind, WAPDA strives to generate clean and hygienic energy that is cheap for Pakistan’s inhabitants. This would allow electricity prices to be decreased. The business operates a nationwide independent network.