Govt encouraging talent recognition
BAHAWALPUR—Prof. Dr. Qaiser Mushtaq, Vice Chancellor of Islamia University Bahawalpur has said that education friendly steps of the Government have ensured supremacy of the merit.
Both the federal and provincial governments have launched various welfares scheme for students which are in fact huge investments on our youth with far reaching results. Meritocracy, encouragement and open recognition of the talent shows full commitment of the government towards education.
Prof. Dr. Qaiser Mushtaq expressed these views during Prime Minister’s Laptop distribution ceremony at Abbasia Campus. He said that 1764 students will receive laptops under current phase while 4751 students have already benefited from this scheme.
The government is focusing on educational development of Southern Punjab and every year number of grants and beneficiaries are increasing significantly. Rs. 120 million have been reimbursed to 7178 students of IUB through Prime Minister’s Fee Reimbursement Scheme. He said the provincial government through Chief Minister Punjab Education Endowment Fund has disbursed Rs. 132 million among 1113 IUB students.—Agencies