Internships offer students a hands-on opportunity to work in their desired field. They learn how their course of study applies to the real world and build a valuable experience that makes them stronger candidates for jobs after Graduation & Post Graduation. Pakistan Met Department, Flood Forecasting Division, Lahore facilitate the students of different Colleges & Universities in the following fields so that they can get maximum knowledge and build a valuable experience that makes them stronger researcher & candidate for a suitable job in future. there are a variety of benefits a student can gain from participating in an internship. In this regards PMD Unit Flood Forecasting Division Lahore playing a major role to provide Internship environment (unpaid & No Accomodation facilities) from all over the Pakistan's colleges, Universities and Departments.. The fileds | Sections in which Flood Forecasting Division Lahore facilitate the Students and Employees are given on this page.
Gain valuable work experience, Explore a career path, Give yourself an edge in the job market, Develop and refine skills, Receive financial compensation, etwork with professionals in the field, ain confidence & Transition into a job
Flood Forecasting Division Lahore
Floods are without doubt the most devastating natural disasters, striking numerous regions in the world each year. During the last decades the trend in flood damages has been growing exponentially. This is a consequence of the increasing frequency of heavy rain, changes in upstream land-use and a continuously increasing concentration of population and assets in flood prone areas. In general, less developed countries are the most vulnerable to floods, causing damages that significantly affect the national GDP. At country and community levels important initiatives have and are being devoted to implement appropriate countermeasures, both structural and non-structural, aiming to alleviate the persistent threats of water-related disasters. Flood Forecasting forms an important tool in reducing vulnerabilities and flood risk and form an important ingredient of the strategy to "live with floods", thereby contributing to national sustainable development.