Vice Chancellor distributes scholarship cheques among 74 students, advises students to setuo Scholarship Society
Sindh Agriculture University Tando Jam has directed its Students Financial Aid Office to explore merit-based scholarship opportunities for students and early launch of Students e-portal for support in internship programs.
Dr. Fateh Marri, Vice Chancellor, Sindh Agriculture University, disclosed this while speaking at a ceremony held for distributing the cheques of the first installment of scholarships among 74 students of the Sindh Agriculture University under the Sindh Educational Endowment Fund (SEEF) Phase-I, at Dr. A M Sheikh Auditorium Hall on Tuesday.
VC urged the students of the university to establish a “Scholarship Society” and added that there are great academic and scholarship opportunities in the world’s top universities, for which ability and hard work are necessary.
He said that the hardworking students in national universities should participate in competitive examinations, because now there is no other way to achieve the destination except merit, therefore the youth of Sindh must take their education and research seriously.
He said that academic excellence is given importance to get a place in the private and public sector, and added that many scholarships are available for poor and hardworking students.
Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ismail Kumbhar, Director, University Advancement and Financial Assistance said that the Student Financial Aid Office of the University provides opportunities for scholarships to its meritorious students and organizes awareness sessions with the full support of students.
He said that the university will welcome new sponsors and philanthropists to provide scholarships to the talented and hardworking students. He further said that an e-portal will be launched for stakeholders to give their valuable feedback to improve the services and quality.
Syed Noman Ali Shah, Focal Person Scholarships, gave briefing regarding scholarships. (PR)