Karachi: The vice-chancellor of Sindh University Prof Dr Fateh Muhammad Burfat on Saturday distributed laptops under Prime Minister’s Laptop Scheme among 44 disabled students of various degree programmes.
As per the issued press release, a simple ceremony was organized at the Department of Fresh Water Biology and Fisheries for the distribution of laptops among students.
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While addressing the ceremony, the VC thanked Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif for approving a big quantity of laptops for the aspirants of Sindh University.
‘I again request the respected Prime Minister to grant more laptops for Sindh University so that we may give away the same to the remaining poor aspirants’, said VC.
He said the Sindh University was catering to the academic needs of more than 32,000 students who belonged to different parts of Sindh and added that a majority of aspirants were not able to purchase laptops because of their financial limitations.
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Vice Chancellor furthermore said that it was the wisdom and vision of the PM who introduced laptop scheme for the students and scholars of the varsities in Pakistan.
He informed that so far almost 7,176 laptops under the PM’s scheme had been distributed in first batch which started in 2014 and more than 3,700 in the second batch.
The laptop scheme’s focal person Prof Dr Wazir Ali Baloch, Senior Transport Officer Syed Sajjad Hussain Shah, Dr Ameer Ali Abro was also present there.
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