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  • Punjab authorities allocates Rs1 billion for a scholarship programme for college students on benefit
  • Chief Minister Usman Buzdar broadcasts launch of ‘Rehmatul Aaleemeen’ scholarship programme 
  • Says college students will be capable of submit functions on-line

LAHORE: The Punjab authorities introduced an allocation of Rs1 billion for a scholarship programme based mostly on benefit on Monday.

Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar will launch the ‘Rehmatul Aaleemeen’ scholarship programme. Underneath it, scholarships will likely be offered to “talented and deserving” college students.

Learn extra: HEC broadcasts dates for written take a look at of three worldwide scholarship programmes

Buzdar says college students will be capable of submit functions on-line.

Earlier this yr, the Balochistan Training Endowment Fund (BEEF) had additionally introduced its yearly scholarships for college students.

In response to BEEF’s programme supervisor, about 8,000 college students will likely be awarded a stipend to proceed their training. 

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