As per the recent article by Khaleej Times, Indian students can now participate in Expo 2020 Dubai at Indian Pavilion through an internship program.
The Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), an industry body from India, welcomes applications from Indian students situated in the UAE between the age of 16 and 25 years to apply for this 14-day internship program at the Consulate General of India, Dubai.
Students who are interested need to transfer their resumes and give essential insights about their residency and instructive capabilities. Chosen up-and-comers will then, at that point, be required to attend a meeting at the Indian Consulate on August 14.
Each student who is taking a part will get authentication of appreciation by the end of the fourteen-day internship and acquire an encounter that should not be taken lightly. The Indian structure at Expo 2020 is among the biggest structures at the Expo and would stay as an inheritance structure at the site. The structure will feature Indian development, undertaking, and culture of business greatness in different areas of the economy. The interest of India at the Expo 2020 Dubai is being driven by the country's Ministry of Commerce and Industry and Ministry of External Affairs, with Ficci being the business accomplice.
Expo 2020 Dubai is a world tour that will run for a half year beginning October this year and hopes to have 25 million visits from domestic and global guests.
One hundred and 91 nations are partaking in this Expo, and this is the first run through throughout the entire existence of Expo that each taking an interest in a country has its own pavilion. The Expo site is partitioned into three regions: Opportunity, mobility, and sustainability. India's pavilion is important for the sustainability area and will have bunches of invigorating ventures to feature.
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