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Media Hive News Network
Feb 16, 2011
Haryana school education department has decided to offer internship opportunities to post-graduates in Mass Communication and Journalism or Media and some other courses, studying in the universities or institutes affiliated to the universities in the State.They would be paid a monthly stipend of Rs 15,000 for a period which may be up to one year in addition to a Laptop with internet facility.
According to the state education minister, Geeta Bhukal, the graduates or post graduates in these disciplines completing their course by the academic session ending in April, 2011 will be considered as interns for the projects such as Quality Initiative Coordinators, Community Mobilizers and, Information Communication Technology (ICT) Coordinators.
The minister said that working within the school education system would provide exposure to interns on education, administration, management and ICT.
A selection process will be conducted by the Directorate of Secondary Education, to finalize the interns. After selection, they would be provided induction training by the department. The aspirants for these assignments would be exposed to various aspects in human resources development, financing, community mobilization training programs and management during the induction training.
The applicants for internship are expected to have knowledge of the background of Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan, Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan and Right to Education Act and ICT in schools.