Peshawar University Offers Fellowship Program on Peaceful Co-existence
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Peshawar University Offers Fellowship Program on Peaceful Co-existence

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Peshawar University, which is one of the oldest universities in the country, has offered a fellowship program on peaceful co-existence.

The History Department of the University of Peshawar is offering this fellowship.

The applicants must mention their experience in promoting peaceful co-existence in the applications and how applicants will contribute in promoting peaceful co-existence in the future.

 Limited residential facility is available in the University of Peshawar (separate for male and female) for the fellows.

Peshawar University is a public research university in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and one of the oldest universities in KP. It was founded in 1950 and offers programs for undergraduate, post-graduate, and doctoral studies with approximately 14,000 enrolled students having six academic faculties with 40 postgraduate departments as well as two “centers of excellence”.

 

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