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HEC Overseas Scholarships for MS Leading to PhD Program 2013
Higher Education Commission HEC has decided to announce reserved seats in the fields of medical and engineering for the students of Balochistan and FATA on open merit and self-finance basis.
It was decided during a special meeting held here at HEC Islamabad. The meeting was presided over by Executive Director HEC Prof. Dr. Sohail H. Naqvi and attended by Sher Khan Bazai Secretary Higher Education Balochistan, Prof. Dr. Riaz Hussain Qureshi Advisor HRD HEC, Muhammad Asif Khan Chief Education, P&D Balochistan and Aurangzeb, representative from FATA Secretariat. (more…)
The Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan (CSFP) is one of the oldest and most prestigious schemes of its kind in the world. It was established at the first Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers in 1959. Over 25,000 Commonwealth citizens have held awards – many going on to reach the very highest levels of their profession.
The scheme envisages the following programs in different fields:
- PhD Scholarship Program
- Split-Site Doctoral Research Scholarship Program
Applications are invited, through HEC, from Pakistani/AJK nationals, fulfilling eligibility criteria on or before close of the deadlines etc. (more…)
Islamabad 300 million dollar grant under World Bank Tertiary Education Support Project (TESP) is in jeopardy, if Finance Division fails to release the pledged supplementary grant to the Higher Education Commission (HEC) in order to achieve the Disbursement-Linked Indicators (DLI).
According to a copy of letter available to this scribe, World Bank (WB) Country Director Rachid Benmessaoud expressed his concern that the project activities Linked to the March 2012 cycle DLIs may not be achieved. The same copy of the letter has been sent to HEC Chairperson Dr. Javaid Laghari, Ministry of Finance Secretary Dr. Waqar Masood Khan, Economic Affairs More >
The meeting of vice chancellors (VCs) on Tuesday at Higher Education Commission (HEC) Headquarters was a battlefield as all head of universities came hard on HEC management for allocation of funds and other affairs. On the other hand HEC Chairman Dr Javaid Laghari shrugged his shoulders by saying that HEC did not have more funds to allocate to universities.
According to sources, the HEC is likely to face the worst financial crisis again as Planning Commission (PC) has released only 14 percent of the total development budget during the first quarter of this fiscal year. Besides cutting down the budget More >