200 Sindhi students to get education in institutes of Islamabad
Sindh education department is trying its best to provide quality education to the students of rural areas of the province, Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar said.
A memorandum of understanding has been signed between Sindh Education Foundation and the A.Q. Khan Schooling System, Islamabad. The students from rural areas of Sindh would be able to get the education at A.Q. Khan Schooling system for seven years and government of Sindh would bear all the expenses.
It was stated in the agreement that in this regard a test would be conducted in the second week of May.
The test would be taken by the students who have passed class five. The test will be taken of Urdu, English, Mathematics and Science and successful students will get an opportunity to study in Islamabad from 1 July 2017.
Further, Sindh education department would pay Rs 15,000 to the students for their tuition fee, lodging and boarding until the students will complete their higher secondary education.