Scholarships For University Students In Flood-Affected Areas


In Islamabad, the Federal Education Minister Rana Tanveer Hussain is having a conversation with the Chairman of the Higher Education Commission (HEC), Dr. Mukhtar Ahmed, about the relief package that would be provided for university students. Courtesy Rana Tanveer Hussain Twitter
ISLAMABAD: Rana Tanveer Hussain, the Minister of Federal Education, said on Wednesday that the federal government has made the decision to give considerable assistance to university students in flood-affected districts, including the elimination of tuition fees and the awarding of scholarships.

Following a discussion with the Chairman of the Higher Education Commission and other officials within the ministry to devise a plan for an urgent reaction to the natural catastrophe that occurred in Pakistan due to flooding, the decision was made.

As part of the relief package, the federal government has committed to postponing the payment of any outstanding or overdue university fees, as well as to developing a facility or mechanism for the waiver of fees, and to establishing special scholarship programmes (both undergraduate and graduate) for students hailing from flood-affected areas. will make an announcement

According to the Federal Minister, the administration of Shahbaz Sharif is determined to provide utmost help to the people whose lives have been upended by the flood catastrophes

Rana Tanveer said that the government is with the people and would do all it takes for recovery in this time of trouble and that the government is with the people.
The gathering of financial resources, the provision of food and tents, and the establishment of medical camps and transitional schools are our highest priority.

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