In collaboration with US Consulate, Lahore, the four-day workshop titled "Innovating and Designing Engaging Application in Sports Promoting Outreach, Responsibility and Teamwork (IDEA-SPORT)” to promote leadership in women through sports concluded at UE with special participation of the US Consul General, Lahore, Ms. Christine Hawkins
The University of Education, Lahore, which has a unique position in the field of providing quality education and training to students and teachers, has provided scholarships and laptops worth more than 150 million of rupees to its students through various scholarships on merit till the end of the financial year 2020-21. These scholarships issued by the Financial Aid Office of the University were obtained from various internal and external sources to facilitate the poor and meritorious students. According to the details, HEC Need Base Scholarship has been provided to 277 children of the University for Rs. 23,000,000, Ehsas Undergraduate Scholarship Project (Phase 1 Second Installment) to 1526 children for Rs. 96,585,255, 31 children were given 1,333,000 under Prime Minister's Fee Reimbursement Scheme, 8 children were given scholarship under Rehmat-ul-Ulameen Scholarship, Rs. 30,000,000 were given to 1860 children under the UE merit based scholarship, 12 children were given scholarship under Punjab Educational Endowment Fund Scholarship, 4 were given Rs. 355,000 under Scottish Scholarship, 9 from Bait-ul-Mal. Scholarships of Rs. 160,490 and Diya Scholarships of Rs. 24,200 were given to 2 students. Apart from these, 42 laptops were also given under the Prime Minister's National Laptop Scheme for special children.
In this regard, the Vice Chancellor, University of Education, Prof. Dr. Talat Naseer Pasha (S.I.) said that universities have always been the center of intellectual activities and encouraging deserving students. He asked the students who benefited from the scholarships to pay special attention to their education and other co-curricular activities to achieve their goals. He said only those nations can compete with others who believe in knowledge based economy.