- religious affairs ministry representative says students taking financial help from other sources will not be acceptable.
- He says it is imperative that students have bank Accounts for smooth transactions of funds.
- Says underage students can open underage bank accounts or joint bank Accounts with them parents for goal.
Ministry of The Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony allocated 45 million rupees to provide scholarships to students from minority communities. for in financial year 2022-23.
talking to APPENDIXMinistry spokesman Muhammad Umar Butt said the ministry was looking for applications from eligible students from elementary to university level, especially those who were enrolled in government educational institutions and scored at least 50% points in their annual exams and their parents’ income did not exceed 50,000 rubles.
He said that students should have bank Accounts for smooth deal of funds, adding that underage students can open underage bank accounts or joint bank Accounts with them parents for goal.
minister asked the students to complete in application forms on in new prescribed pro forma duly enclosed with certified copy of evaluation paper of in last expertise. In this case of semester systemThey should attach certified copies of sheets with marks of in last two semesters with them parents or guardians original income statement, added.
He explained that students taking financial aid, scholarships or fellowships from other sources will not be accepted.
Butt said that applicants must provide their contact numbers or email addresses. in prescribed application forms possible questions are resolved in time, adding that applications completed in with all due respect with documentary evidence must be submitted to the Ministry of on matters of religion and interfaith harmony until October 6.
Application forms can be downloaded at official website www.mora.gov.pk or available for free of charge from the ministry, he argued.