ISLAMABAD, (Pakistan Point News - APP - 29th july, 2016) : As many as 234 students of 30 universities of Pakistan have completed their internship programme successfully at National Transmission and Despatch Company Limited (NTDC) started 6 weeks earlier as an initiative of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). A certificate and stipend distribution ceremony was held here at WAPDA House, said a press release. Chief guest of the ceremony, MD NTDC Dr Fiaz Ahmad Chaudhry congratulated the students on successful completion of internship programme and said that their parents and teachers equally deserve congratulations since they have invested time and money on them.
He said country is facing lot of challenges including power outages, owing to increasing demand of electricity. Dr Chaudhry urges the students and said that, follow the pursuit of excellence and always go for the better and best, take the life as challenge and serve the nation by meeting the changing technology trends in power sector. He asked them to payback the country by utilizing best of their abilities, which could only be done through self accountability of every second they spend.
He also shared his expertise and experiences while working abroad in various power sector projects in multinational companies and said that it was his dream to serve and payback to Pakistan. NTDC`s internship programme is one of the biggest programme where students from Engineering, Accounts & Finance, Information Technology and Human Resource disciplines learn and flourish their technical and managerial skills from its experienced manpower of versatile departments.
A written exam of internees was conducted, wherein Mr Burhan Ahmad of UET, Miss Tayyaba of LCWU, Miss Subata Khrushid of Kinnaird College, and Mr Umar Sajjad of University of Sargodha stood first in their disciplines respectively. Later, MD NTDC Dr Fiaz A Chaudhry gave away the certificates alongwith stipend to the internees. General Managers, Chief Engineers, Finance Director, DG HR & Admn, Directors and officials of NTDC were also present on the occasion.