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Pakistan offers scholarships for Afghan students

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Pakistan offers scholarships for Afghan students

Pakistan’s government has offered scholarships for Afghan students in various fields including medicine, engineering, law, economics, pharmacy and computer science.

The scholarships cover tuition fee, health expenditures, hostel fee and food charges.

A four-day process of examination has started in the Pakistani Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan and has drawn attention of around, 8,000 Afghan students.

Akhtar Munir, press attache of the embassy, said the online test would be overseen by a delegation of Higher Education Commission of Pakistan.

Wasim Hashmi, an advisor to Human Resource Development at Education Commission of the host country, said that Pakistan had approved master and doctorate scholarships for Afghan students for the first time, in addition to bachelor scholarships.



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