While distributing addressing cheques distribution ceremony Under the Ehsas Undergraduate Scholarship Program on Thursday, the Vice Chancellor of the Sindh Agriculture University Prof Dr Fateh Marri said that if students can’t pursue higher education due to non-payment of fees, then scholarship becomes more important more than issuing a normal stipend or health card.

Dr Marri said that the Ehsas Undergraduate Scholarship Program is an important scholarship for students to pursue higher studies. It is not necessary for poor families to remain poor from generation to generation.

He said that to change the lifestyle of families, their young people should be given educational opportunities. We have to support working students who at the same time can continue their studies. Ehsas Scholarship is the largest scholarship program in the history of the country through which 50,000 students are meeting their educational expenses, it will encourage poor students.

He said that the reputation of the university depends on the ability and hard work of the students so that they should not target themselves and their institution on social media. On the occasion, Dr. Muhammad Ismail Kambhar, director of the SAU Advancement and Financial Assistance, said; “we are keen to help poor and deserving students through scholarships, adding that there are still 131 scholarships left due to student performance and lack of interest.

Focal Person Syed Noman Shah said that Sindh Agriculture University received a total of 288 scholarships, out of which 177 students were distributed Rs. 23500 per student, while 131 scholarships are still available.

Vice Chancellor Dr. Fateh Marri, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ismail Kambhar, Hostel Provost Khadim Hussain Wagan distributed checks among the scholarship students.

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