Cambridge University have chosen three Pakistani students for scholarship

Cambridge University have chosen three Pakistani students for scholarship

Cambridge University have chosen three Pakistani students for scholarship

Cambridge University

University of Cambridge has selected three students from Pakistan for the scholarship programmer for the year of 2016. According to the details three Pakistanis have been selected among 55 international students to be part of this year’s Gates Cambridge Scholarship programme.

Ayesha Riaz, Noor Shahzad and Safwan Aziz Khan are the three lucky students who were selected for the scholarship..

“Upon completion of my PhD, I intend to join my university back to continue teaching and doing research in my field of study. I am excited and honored to begin my doctoral studies at Cambridge as part of the Gates community,” said Riaz, who is a Karachi University graduate and has also completed her MS in Genetics from the Iowa State University on a Fulbright scholarship.

The Gates Cambridge Scholarship programme was established in October 2000 by a donation of US$210m from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to the University of Cambridge; this is the largest ever single donation to a UK university.

Shahzad, who carried out undergraduate research at Lahore University of Management Sciences on Urdu women’s digests aims to further investigate these digests through her MPhil in Modern South Asian Studies.

“My research aims to examine the continuities and discontinuities in discourses on women’s reform in Urdu literature. I am deeply honored to be joining the Gates Cambridge community and look forward to learning from and contributing to such a diverse group of scholars,” she said.

Khan, a Karachitte, shares that his native city has motivated him to pursue a career in public service.

“I join Cambridge as a Gates scholar this year for the MPhil Public Policy programme, to undertake academic training in the finer crafts of policy making and practice. I am honoured to represent some of the finest institutions in Pakistan, including my alma mater Qauid-i-Azam University (QAU), the Sustainable Development Policy Institute, and the Jinnah Institute,” Khan said.

 

Six Pakistani Universities have ranked in world’s top universities

Six Pakistani Universities have ranked in world’s top universities

Pakistani Universities

Good news for the students who want to get higher education in Pakistan as six of the top universities have ranked in the top 800 universities of the world. According to the details National University of Science and technology Islamabad (NUST) have become the top Pakistani University in the world in terms of ranking. Quad E Azam University remained second and University of Lahore 3rd. 4th And 5th position was won by University of Karachi And LUMS. And UET Lahore remained 6th in Pakistan.

Hungarian Scholarships for Bachelors, Masters and PhD Studies

Hungarian Scholarships for Bachelors, Masters and PhD Studies

Hungarian Scholarships for Bachelors, Masters and PhD Studies

Hungarian Scholarships

The Government of Hungry has opened the admissions for the foreigner students to apply for higher studies with scholarship. The students who want to take admission in graduation, masters and PHD program and fulfill the requirements can apply. For further details please visit the official website of HEC (higher education commission) www.hec.gov.pk

Admissions in Allama Iqbal Open University for spring 2016 semester

Admissions in Allama Iqbal Open University for spring 2016 semester

Admissions in Allama Iqbal Open University for spring 2016 semester

Admissions in Allama Iqbal Open University

Admissions in Allama Iqbal Open University for spring 2016 semester are open from 1st February 2016 and last date is 4th March 2016. Admission forms can also be downloaded from AIOU website, http://www.aiou.edu.pk/. Allama Iqbal Open University is now giving the students facilities to continue thier study at home. This is the best opportunity for the students who can not take regular admition for some reasons specially female students. They can now easily keep their study at home.

Nazarat Taleem Organized a special ceremony for Disable Children

Nazarat Taleem Organized a special ceremony for Disable Children

Nazarat Taleem

Nazarat Taleem has started a school for special children in Rabwah. It is a revolutionary project in which Nazarat Taleem has started delivering all the basic and necessary facilities for disable children in the separate school including special buses to pick and drop and much more.

Institute for special education Rabwah held its annual event and carnival‪ Nazarat taleem ‪Institute for special education Rabwah. In this special ceremony all the important intellectuals from Rabwah were invited. A number of stalls were set from the children the building was decorated with flowers and different interesting events were displayed for the special children.

12705751_1556314548015698_6655040379350369094_n 12717148_1556226518024501_7845721243382326756_n 12728949_1556319488015204_3412331253575454701_n 12733574_1556226901357796_1502265307325310598_n 12742425_1556314381349048_6747339814879739570_n 12742554_1556314321349054_5556950661532999909_n (1) 12742554_1556314321349054_5556950661532999909_n 12743542_1556315008015652_4985918361816511799_n 12745764_1556226904691129_2593722387955162516_n