Sindh turns attention to rural area students
KARACHI: Provincial Minister for Education and Literacy, Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar, has said that Sindh education department is striving hard to provide better education facilities to the students of rural areas of Sindh.
This he said while witnessing an MoU signing ceremony between Sindh Education Foundation and A.Q.Khan Schooling System, Islamabad.
Through this agreement as many 200 students from the schools of SEF will be able to get quality education in A.Q.Khan Schooling System, Islamabad for seven years.
A.Q.Khan Schooling System will conduct a test in Urdu, English, Mathematics and Science for those students who have passed class five, studying in schools, managed by Sindh Education Foundation in remote areas of Sindh. The test will be conducted in second week of May and the successful students will commence their studies in Islamabad from July 1 of the current year. The minister, Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar, said that the Sindh education department would pay Rs15,000 quarterly for each students, including tuition fee, lodging and boarding, and successful students would complete their higher secondary education in Islamabad.
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