200 Sindhi students to get education in best institute


    Karachi: The minister for education and literacy Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar on Thursday has said that the Sindh education department is working really hard to provide better education facilities to the aspirants of rural areas of Sindh.

    He gave this statement in MoU signing ceremony. The MoU was signed between Sindh Education Foundation and Abdul Qadeer Khan Schooling System Islamabad.

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    Through this agreement approximately 200 aspirants from the schools of SEF would be able to get quality education in Abdul Qadeer Khan Schooling System Islamabad for 7 years.

    AQ Khan Schooling System will conduct a test in Urdu, English, Maths and Science for those apsirants, who have passed class 5th, studying in schools, handled by Sindh education Foundation in remote regions of Sindh.

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    The test will be held in 2nd week of May and the successful aspirants will begin their studies in Islamabad from July 1st, 2017.

     

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