Punjab Government offers an amazing opportunity for students
The advancement and progress of any society, is impossible without a good education, but what if the impoverished community also to afford a good education? Is it justified to waive illiteracy, which give birth to unemployment, illiteracy and other social problems? No! It simply does not. Education is the absolute ideal of mankind never lose its relevance, despite the obstacles and obstructions.
It seeks Endowment Fund for Education Punjab (PEEF) to do the same in a country like Pakistan. Has brought about a revolutionary change in the field of education, hundreds of thousands of students have taken advantage of this fund.
PEEF has been established in order to grant talented and needy students tuition / cash assistance to follow up on the quality of education on the basis of equal opportunity provision. PEEF endeavors to achieve the best educational opportunities for young people less fortunate and talented people from Punjab, and to bring them on par with the most fortunate.
To address the core of the educational crisis in our society, it has been fixed These grants are allocated on the basis of Tehsils and the results wise for students. These grants are focused towards the sixteen (16) less developed regions, especially from southern Punjab.
Special rations for orphans and children from a government BPS1-4. As it has been the allocation of staff, the disabled, minorities and widows. PEEF also provides an opportunity for higher education of talented and needy students from other provinces, AJK Tribal Areas, Gilgit Baltistan and Islamabad Capital Territory through this program.
PEEF also provides an opportunity for higher education of talented and needy students are often neglected and undermined from other provinces AJK region’s tribal areas, Gilgit Baltistan and the capital, Islamabad, through this program.
Since the start of operations in 2009: the PEEF awarded so far more than 150,000 scholarships worth more than Rs 7.5 billion with the inclusion of the current year (2016-17) scholarships: the total number of prizes of up to 200,000 (almost) worth more than 11.4 billion rupees.