Monday, September 12, 2016

50,000 more scholarships for students in 2017

LAHORE, The Punjab Higher Education Department will convey 50,000 more grants in 2017 and the volume of Punjab Educational Endowment Fund will achieve Rs11 billion.

Common Minister for Higher Education Begum Zakia Shahnawaz directed an audit meeting here today with respect to appropriation of grants among poor and gifted understudies in nine divisional base camp under Punjab Educational Endowment Fund.

PEEF Vice Chairman Dr Amjad Saqib gave an instructions on the system of Punjab Educational Endowment Fund Campaign 2016. He said that the center of the project was capable understudies of low-salary groups of in reverse regions who can't proceed with their studies because of money related issues. He said the Punjab Educational Endowment Fund would connect with such understudies and give them a chance to profit by the progressive system of the commonplace government. He said that understudies of Gilgit, FATA, Azad Kashmir and Balochistan could likewise profit by it.

Dr Amjad Saqib said the Higher Education Department gave 150,000 grants worth Rs7.45 billion till June 2016. He said that Punjab Higher Education Department was developing an exposure crusades on the system at open level and understudies, their folks, instructors, altruists, political authority, common society and mediamen would likewise be incorporated into the battles. Common Minister Zakia Shahnawaz while offering endorsement to the project coordinated to send its synopsis quickly to the main clergyman. She said that the system would help capable kids.

She said the system would likewise help in neediness mitigation. Common Secretary Higher Education Capt. (R) Dr. Naseem Nawaz, Additional DIG Operations Shahzada Sultan, Special Secretary Higher Education Tahir Yousaf, Dr. Kamran Shamas, Deputy Secretary Information Admin. Hina Pervaiz and Deputy Secretary Higher Education Irtiza Naqvi went to the meeting.

Workshop: The partner conference workshop on Water Resources Management sorted out by the Center of Excellence in Water Resources Engineering of the University of Engineering and Technology (UET) in the coordinated effort with STEDEC Technology Commercialisation Corporation of Pakistan was held here on Monday.

Prestigious specialists from crosswise over Pakistan went to the workshop while Federal Minister for Science and Technology and Defense Production Rana Tanveer Hussain was the main visitor on the event.

Talking on the event, Rana Tanveer Hussain said government was completely resolved to elevate science and innovation to reinforce the establishments. He included examination in water administration was the need of great importance to deal with the water assets in proficient way keeping in mind the end goal to satisfy the necessities of nation in agribusiness and different segments.

The government pastor said new model of sharing aptitude and different systems was bringing productive results. He additionally guaranteed that every single down to earth suggestion originating from the partners in the workshops would be upheld by the Ministry for Science and Technology.

Prior, UET Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Fazal A. Khalid said colleges delivered HR as well as elevated exploration and commercialisation to determine the issues on experimental grounds.

Overseeing Director STEDEC Technology Commercialisation Corporation of Pakistan Syed Raza Abbas Shah said the prime target of STEDEC was to give participation to indigenous exploration associations opposite commercialisation of their items, exchange imports and upgrade the fares limit for financial development of Pakistan.