M. Phil Programs at Karakorum International University, Gilgit


M. Phil Programs at Karakorum International University, Gilgit

Applications are invited for Admissions in M. Phil in the following Programs:

  • Media & Communication
  • Biological Science Chemistry
  • Environmental Sciences Educational Development

Eligibility Criteria:

  • 16 years of Education
  • Result of GAT General (NTS) must be submitted latest by the end of First Semester
  • Minimum CGPA 3 or 65% Marks in Final Degree for more details,

For more details visit KIU Website

[Update]Iran : Scholarship for Pakistani Students


Iran : Scholarship for Pakistani Students

IThe Admission Department for Non-Iranian Student of the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology has in a press release, notified the conditions for admission of non Iranian student.

Conditions and Facilities of Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran concerning Grant of Academic Scholarships to Pakistani Students in

Various Fields.

HOW TO APPLY

 

  1. Applications from candidates will be considered and accepted, after submission of academic and identity documents, and dispatch of the same to the Scholarship Council, in accordance with the conditions mentioned in the by-laws with due regard to age, aggregate of grades obtained, and academic certificates as well as other regulations.
  2. Academic scholarships will be granted annually in all fields and academic levels for pursuing studies in the long-term course after approval by the Scholarship Council for Non-Iranian applicants.
  3. Short-term research and studies courses will be undertaken with the coordination of universities, and under the supervision of the Bureau for International Academic Cooperation of the Ministry concerned.
  4. The admitted students will start their education in two semesters in the months, of September and January of each Academic year.
  5. The time for submission of documents by the applicants will be before May 5 and September 6 each year, and the result will be announced, after due consideration, on July 6, and November 6 of that Year.
  6. The admitted students are obligated to successfully pass Farsi Language Learning course at the Imam Khomeini (RA) International University.
  7. Students, holding scholarship, will benefit from the dormitory for bachelor students, and also health insurance free of charge.
  8. Bachelor students, holding scholarship, will be monthly paid the following amounts as expenditures:- Post diploma and Bachelor’s level Rials 800,000- Masters’ level Rials 900, 000- Doctorate Rials 1,000,000
  9. All the married students will be monthly paid Rials 1,500,000 as expenditures.
  10. All the students admitted for pursuing studies in the Islamic Republic of Iran will, immediately after admission, be paid Rials 500,000 as initial expenditure.
  11. Married students, subject to availability, will be given accommodation in dormitory for married students, and in the event of non-availability, they will be given 500,000 Rials per month as housing allowance by the Ministry of Science ,Research and Technology and also a loan of 20 million Rials for housing accommodation will be paid through the Students Welfare Fund.

 

 

HOW TO APPLY FOR SCHOLARSHIP IN IRAN

Pakistani students intend to apply for scholarship to study in the Islamic Republic of Iran should submit the following documents to the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Islamabad or Consulate General offices of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar and Quetta.

1-Admission form (duly filled in, it can be downloaded from the Embassy‘s website: www.iranembassy.pk)

2- Translation or copy of attested documents & Mark Sheets (From Higher Education & Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan.)

3-Three Introduction Letters for Masters & PhD programs

4- Physical Fitness Certificate) to be free from addiction of Narcotics, AIDS. Hepatitis B & C and should not be physically handicapped)

5-Financial Soundness Certificate in case of Self finance & Semi Self finance

6-A copy of all pages of Candidates Identification Documents (Passport valid for intended study duration)

7- 4 latest photographs (4*6 sizes)

8- Students Visa Application form (can be downloaded from the Embassy‘s website)

9- Age limit 20, 25, 31 years respectively for Graduation, Masters and PhD level programs. For Masters in Theology & Islamic Studies age limit is 28 years.

10- Minimum of 70 % marks

Primary qualifications for Non-Iranian Students’ acceptance according to the Regulation of granting
Educational Scholarship to the Non-Iranian students
Age details:
The maximum of age for the applicants of each grade is as follows:
BA……………………………………22years
BA(Farsi Literature & Theology)……..26years
MA……………………………………28years
MA(Farsi Literature & Theology)……..30years
PhD……………………………………33years
PhD(Farsi Literature & Theology)…….35years

The minimum of past grade average to apply for educational continuation(by 20)
BA in Humanities courses……………………………….12.5
BA in Technological Engineering & Basic Sciences………14
MA in Humanities………………………………………..15
MS in Technological Engineering & Basic Sciences……….14
PhD……………………………………………………….16

The Required Documents for Application:
1)Complete application form
2)Transcript of academic documents and the past detailed grades confirmed by the Representative of I.R.I. in your subject state
3)2 pieces of photo
4)Copy of Passport pages
5)Providing 3 letters of recommendation by past grade professors.(for applicants of MA & PhD
6)Written application based on education in Iran

Download Application Form

+ For More Information Contact to Student Section of this Embassy

From Man to Thu at 9 to 12 am

Phone : 051-2833070-72

Further Information

Application Deadline : 6 September 2011

[SOURCE]

(Posted as public service and awareness message, OEC don’t holds   responsibility for authenticity of information provided or deadlines variation)

Rahimullah Baig the special athlete of GB Representing Pakistan In Athens Special Olympics 2011

World Special Olympics 2011, Athens

 

 

 

Athletics/Track and Field
AT 1500M Run
Division M3
Bib #368
Score: 5 min, 8.06 sec
PRELIMINARY
Date: 29 June

Rahimullah Baig

 

 

Rahimullah Baig, son of Shukullah Baig, hailing from village Oshikhandass of District Gilgit, secured a silver medal at 1500 and 800 meter race for Pakistan Team A in Athens Special Olympics 2011 . He has added to the legacy of representing Pakistan by veterans of Gilgit-Baltistan, defining an identity for themselves through excellence, merit and competence.

Pakistan team A ranking  is given as

1.Sakhawat Ali
2.Adeel Ameer
3.Rahimullah Baig
4.Tahir Siddique
5. Misbah Tariq

Source:Special Olympics Website

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OEC Discover GB Entry No 1: ‘Chilidar Lake Expedition’

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OEC presents Discover Gilgit-Baltistan Entry No 1
Name: Chilidar Lake Expedition
Target: Chilidar Lake
Location: 30 Km from Gilgit City
Team: Noor Colonianz
Team Leader: Amjad Hussein

Discription:
Every summer, I with my friends visit different places. In this summer, we decided to go for Chilidar to discover  the beautiful lakes. We  gathered in the colony and planned to go to chilidar.

Since, the Chilidar lake is at a great distance from Gilgit , so we decided to stay there for one day. We decided the date of Friday 24 June 2011. Finally we were up with the  plan of hike. We collected our necessary equipment like, a bag, a rope, a knife and something to eat.

Finally on June 24, 2011, we gathered at night. It was around  2:00 Am. All our friends were ready. At the nick of time two of our friends refused to come. We were really discouraged and sadden by their act. Anyway, we were firmly intended to move on, so we started to walk towards chilidar.

We walked around for three hours, at last we got a suitable place for breakfast.

We took breakfast and again started walking towards our target . On our way, we saw many glaciers, snow, different animals, birds and many flowers. We walked continuously for eight hours and finally we got an appropriate ground just beneath the lake to place our tent.

At the first day, we were unable to reach the lake because we were really tired, hungry and had to take lunch. We took lunch and rest for a while. We gossiped in our group. At night after having a dinner we sang songs and danced in our camp. Finally we went to deep sleep.

Next day with the grace of God we approached the lake. We were really happy because after facing the music, We were finally done with what we were indented.  At lake, we swum, took snaps of surrounding, it was a joyful moment of peace, beauty and thrill. We wished to be their forever but the end of our expedition came along with sweet memories and beautiful scenes preserved in our mind

At evening we moved down towards our homes. We said bye to the two beautiful lakes. After walking continuously we reached homes at night.

[The team at the Childar lake]

We had a great and unforgettable journey. When I remember the days, I again cry for the moon to be there in chilidar forever.

[Some jouyful moments after reaching target]

We captured cool pictures and now when I watched them on my PC, I really missed the moments we had in chilidar.

[The End]

Credits:

Amjad hussain, Rafaqat Ali, Jamil Hussain, Gohar Ali, Zahirulah,Rehmat , Zahid hussain, Mohd Talib, Wajid , Shakeel, Sharafat,

 

 

Exclusive Presentation of OEC Discover Gilgit-Baltistan
To send entries mail at theedecure@hotmail.com

DAAD & University of Central Asia Scholarship Program For GB Students

Scholarship database

DAAD/UCA-Programme (UCA=University of Central Asia)

Objective

The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the University of Central Asia (UCA) are carrying out a joint scholarship programme for graduates and doctoral students for the countries of Kasachstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan as well as for countries in the catchment area of the UCA, such as Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, parts of Northern Pakistan (only Gilgit-Baltistan and Malakand Division) and Western China (only Xinjiang). The scholarships are jointly awarded by the DAAD and the UCA for a Master’s degree course or for doctoral studies at German universities.
The DAAD/UCA Programme aims to train and recruit scientific staff to establish the UCA. In so doing, the programme will raise the state of scientific teaching and research in the countries of the region and so help to establish a network between German and Central Asian scientists and researchers.

Duration

As a rule, scholarships are awarded for a maximum of two years for a Master’s programme, and of three years for doctoral students. After completing their studies in Germany, the scholarship holders work for at least five years in research and teaching at the UCA.

Value

The rates for scholarships amount to:
750.- Euros per month for students enrolled in Master’s Programmes
1,000.- Euros per month for doctoral students
The travel expenses and, as far as required and provided for, the costs for pre-study language courses are paid.
Doctoral students can receive the travel expenses for reasonably substantiated travel for the purpose of engaging in field research.
Family allowances and supplementary child allowance for spouses and children
An introductory seminar will be held for all participants after the studies have begun in Germany.

Requirements

Interest in a subsequent teaching role at the University of Central Asia
Under the DAAD/UCA-Programme, support is given to Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Applied Physics, Geology, Applied Mathematics, Computer Science/Informatics, Engineering (Environmental Technology, Structure and Analysis of Complex Systems), Environmental Sciences, Geosciences and Resource Management.
Applicants for the Master’s programme must prove that they hold a first qualified university degree, as a rule, a Bachelor’s degree
Applicants for a Doctorate must prove that they hold a further qualified university degree, as a rule a Master’s degree. When submitting their application, all doctoral students must already prove that they have taken up contact with a possible German supervisor. Applications for structured German PhD programmes in the above-mentioned subject areas are also welcomed.
Consultation interview at the DAAD-IC in the respective country.

Application papers

In principle, applicants for Master’s programmes (a) and Doctoral programmes (b) are subject to the application papers and usual provisions specified in the DAAD Application Form “Application for a Research Grant/Study Scholarship”: Curriculum Vitae, Research Plan or Study Motivation, a reference by local professors or supervisors (for Master’s programmes) or two references (PhD), authenticated copies of the Abitur school-leaving certificate, of the Bachelor’s or Master’s degree certificate or a Magister Diplom (Diplom specialista) or, in the case of students in their fourth academic year, an authenticated copy of the Course Record Book (Transcript of Records). In the case of applications for a Master’s programme, the application must be accompanied by an extract from the host university’s website with concrete details (title of the degree programme, study plan and the expected length of studies, language of instruction, admissions requirements plus information on any tuition fees) for the chosen degree programme; in the case of Doctoral scholarships/grants a letter confirming supervision by a German professor or proof of admission to a Doctoral programme and a detailed time and work plan are required. Language skills English and/or German have to be proved.
Copies of certificates and their translation must be authenticated. The health certificate only needs to be presented if the scholarship/grant is awarded.
The specified application forms are available on the internet (www.daad.de/de/form) or can be obtained from the DAAD-IC office.
Applications are submitted to the relevant DAAD-IC in the country in question.

Country-specific information, dates and deadlines, application address and advice
On the DAAD homepage, please go to www.daad.de/stipendien where you will find further specific information for applicants from your home country, including on where applications should be sent to.
A full application (including all documents) must be submitted by 30 November of the current year, specifying the programme name DAAD/UCA-Scholarship Programme at the IC-Office in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan or Tajikistan.
Advice and information on this programme, on studying in Germany and on taking up contact with German university teachers is provided by the DAAD IC-Office and the regional representations of the UCA.

Information and application addresses:

Kasachstan:
DAAD-Informationszentrum Almaty
Deutsch-Kasachische Universität
Ul. Pushkina 111/113
050010 Almaty
Telefon: 007 727 2939035
E-Mail: daad@mailbox.kz

Kirgisistan:
DAAD-Informationszentrum Bischkek
Deutsch-Französisches Zentrum
Ul. Isanova 143/1
720000 Bischkek
Telefon: 00996-312 32 39 41
E-Mail: info@daad.kg

Tadschikistan:
DAAD-Informationszentrum Duschanbe
Ul. Sovetskaya 107
734001 Duschanbe
Telefon: 00992-372 246301
E-Mail: info@daad.tj

Turkmenistan:
Herr Lars Jendreizik (bis 31.08.2011)
E-Mail: larsjendreizik@yahoo.de

Usbekistan:
DAAD-Informationszentrum Taschkent
Abdulaev Ko´chasi 2 a Jakossoroj Tumani
100100 Taschkent
Tel: 00998 71-1400483 / 84
E-Mail: info@daad.uz

Afghanistan:
N.N.
Liaison Office Kabul
Ministry of Higher Education
Kabul
Telefon: 0093-79 42 79 895
E-Mail: daad.kabul@gmx.de

VR China:
DAAD Branch Office Peking
Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst
Unit 1718, Landmark Tower 2
8 North Dongsanhuan Road
Chaoyang District
100004 Peking
Tel.: (0086 10) 6590-6656,-6676
E-Mail: postmaster@daad.org.cn

Pakistan:
DAAD Information Centre Islamabad
(personal visits only after prior appointment)
F-7/4, Street 55, House 23
Islamabad
E-Mail: saarbeck@daad.de

Responsibility at the DAAD:
Mr. Michael Adlung
Section/Referat 326
Kennedyallee 50
D-53175 Bonn
E-Mail: adlung@daad.de
Tel: +49-228-882-386
Responsibility at the UCA:
Mr. Urmat Tynaliev
E-Mail: urmat.tynaliev@ucentralasia.org
Please Note for All Scholarship Programmes: The call for applications for the scholarships/grants contains general programme information. We have compiled further information for you on the application conditions specifically valid for your country as well as information on the application process itself, which you can access, where appropriate, on the page: “Country-specific information”.

Please note for all scholarship programmes: Scholarship announcements contain general information on the programme in question. Application conditions specifically for candidates from your country (Turkmenistan) as well as information on the application process can be found, where applicable, at “Country Specific Information”.

Source:DAAD Website

OEC Student’s Update:Cadet College Skardu Rocks At LUMS NOP Test


Cadet College Skardu rocks at the National Outreach Program (NOP)  scholarship preliminary test. Around, 15 cadets have made to NOP coaching session among 237 students  selected from all over Pakistan. It is important to mention that National Outreach Program is the most prestigious academic scholarship awarded by Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) to brilliant and hardworking students with genuine financial need. It is a great honor for Cadet College Skardu and whole region of Gilgit-Baltistan. Day by day and bit by bit, we are creating an identity for our region as being merictocratic, honest,hardworking, loyal and resilient community.

These are students who have been selected for NOP coaching session by LUMS.
1.Asad Ali 2. Khursheed Ali 3. Muhammad Ali 4.Ali Singay 5.Azhar Shigri 6.Muhammad Baqir 7.Muhammad Israr 8.Muhammad Jamil 9.Jibran Khan 10.M. Kazim 11.M. Nazir 12.Nasir Abbas 13.Nisar Ali 14.Sakhawat Ali Khan 15.Zaheer Abbass

We convey our best wishes and prayers for these students and hope that they will perform to best of their capacity and will get through admission test too.

 

OEC Blog Exclusive

 

An Anecdote:”Living on the edge:Life in a border village of Kharmang” by Zameer Abbas, AC Kharmang, Baltistan


I have come to a very remote part of Kharmang valley, my current place of posting. The village, Biralgo, is at a distance of about 150 Km from Tolti, the headquarters of Kharmang sub division. As is the practice all over, the “army” name of the village is “Musa camp”. From any point in the village one could see the snow-capped peak which marks the Pakistan boundary with India. Stories are myriad about how the army vacated many villages, including this one, as the 1999 Kargil conflict with India was soldiered on by Pak army and “volunteers”. Twelve years on, many villages are still waiting for some sort of restitution of their land and houses taken over by the army. The killing of one and capturing of another Indian Airforce pilot during the Kargil battle is fresh in every one’s memory. With perceptible pain, the death of a man and woman due to artillery shelling was described by many. Many were injured during the low-intensity conflict; one of them showed the wounds in the right arm and chest.

Those who had served in Kharmang told me before I joined there that as long as the situation along the LOC remains peaceful (that essentially means no lobbing of artillery shells across the border ). So far I seem to have a good time. Army camps dotted along the road and in the villages are part of life now.

Army camps, check posts and garrisons punctuate the whole area. As part of good well gestures, the army has launched many projects intended to uplifting the living standards of the impoverished people living in the villages. Schools, hospitals and other Govt facilities have been drastically changed in terms of up-keeping and quality of paraphernalia therein.
Today we have come here to disburse the compensation money of a road scheme in the village. As the staff was preparing pay checks for the villagers’ whose land had been used in the road , I walked up to a nearby army camp to seek permission to visit the mausoleum of a saint located further on a village called Borolmo juxtaposed by an army camp which calls the village “Shama sector “. People had legends attributed to the saint buried in the mausoleum. “He would throw a fistful of dust towards the Indian border and it’d catch fire; while fish would come out of the water on his intention “, told me a soldier from Shikarpur , Sindh in “Musa Camp “ with whom I seemed to have sounded a right chord by dint of my functional Sindhi, his mother tongue. The adjutant, the commanding officer and the ilk were busy in a conference in Olding , the nearby army base. Despite several attempts we couldn’t get through to them which meant we won’t see the mausoleum this time around. I was turned off by this. Though the top Govt official here, I couldn’t move sans army’s permission. These are peaceful times, I said to myself but you can’t breach a “security alert “in a border area!

Back with the villagers, we were served a lunch of mutton. Perhaps Mr Raza , a road worker had slaughtered a goat to honor me and the staff. In between the bank check distribution and my time alone in a room overlooking Kargil road, I switched between writing this blog and reading a PDF version about the controversial philanthropist Greg Mortenson’s“Three cups of tea” whose Central Asia Institute school buildings could be seen along the road. I realized one could do wonderful things, like reading, far from the maddening world of modern communication! This small interaction with the army made me reflect as to what a horrific state the people could be in times of conflict much less the army itself

By now we got the confirmation that due to security alert (an Indian soldier had been shot dead the other day after crossing the limits towards a Pakistani check post. Mr Tariq, the Olding CO, had informed us on an earlier visit). Overall, the villagers’ lived a medieval life: rugged road, next-to-nothing phone communication , the poorest of medical facilities (a teenage boy calling himself “nurse” was all once could see)and wooden cabins people so proudly calling shops. Part of the reason for this dismal state of development is the mass migration of the villagers to Skardu , the main city of Baltistan division, for business and education. In the village ,even the soldier from Sindh had to talk to his family in Shikarpu only once in three days despite the fact that every one thought army’s communication was seamless, due to bloated national budget allocations off course(approx. 16% of our budget goes to them).

Although not that somber, this reminded me of how Mr Mortenson , the mountaineer cum controversial humanitarian worker felt while stranded from his group on the Boltoro glacier near the mighty K2 Mountain. “There can be no other place in the world where man feels himself so alone, so isolated, so completely ignored by Nature, so incapable of entering into communion with her” , he writes in the once-bestseller “Three Cups of Tea”.

Only a dozen landowners were remaining for payment of compensation now. It was time. I thought of capturing a shot or two of the ” Khamosh ” waterfall on return to my place in Tolti , so I did. While making it to Tolti again , I secretly prayed there was no war between India and Pakistan , at least not on this part of the border!

By

Zameer Abbass,

Assistant Commissioner, Kharmang

(Disclaimer: This is personal opinion of writer, it doesn’t necessarily reflect his or our official view)

“I admonish you to consider the needs of the poorest in the work that you do,”Bill Gates to young scientists of world

LINDAU, Germany—Microsoft founder Bill Gates thrilled a crowd of 566 young researchers from 77 countries gathered here June 26 for opening ceremony of the 61st Meeting of Nobel Laureates, and he wasted no time in telling them what to do.

His advice was borne of his own trajectory from technologist to billionaire to philanthropist. As Microsoft became successful, Gates learned of the challenges faced by those not born in “the same wealthy country that I was,” he said. And that knowledge then helped him figure out what to do with his wealth and how to give it back to people in an effective way. His focus turned to improving the health, agriculture and innovation prospects for the world’s poorest people.

“I admonish you to consider the needs of the poorest in the work that you do,” he told the scientists. “The advances there will be particularly important in coming years and without your attention they will not take place.” Gates made his comments following his induction into the honorary senate of the Foundation of the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings.

During a subsequent roundtable discussion on the topic of global health, Gates outlined more of his positions on the role of scientists in society, and how foundations like his Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation can help.

“One thing that is unique about foundations is they can afford to take big risks,” he said, adding that it is “incumbent upon them to do so. That is their unique property versus other institutions.”

His foundation aims at backing high-risk science, as well as programs on the ground, such as an effort to make polio the second disease to be eliminated by humankind (the first being smallpox). There are now 3,000 new polio cases annually, he said, down from 300,000 in 1988. A lot of the challenge for the final 1 percent of new cases is figuring out why the vaccine fails in some children and finding ways to work with mothers in places such as northwestern Pakistan to encourage them to bring their children in to see a health care worker.

Vaccines are an effective way to target his foundation dollars, Gates said, due to their ease of delivery, in many parts of the world. Children are already making medical visits for routine inoculations, enabling health care workers to just “add another shot” at a cost of $1 if programs are cleverly conceived.

Drug development works well for addressing the major diseases of wealthy nations, Gates said, but not the urgent health needs in the developing world, Gates said. People in the developing world are at far higher risk for contracting AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis, as well as tropical diseases that are associated with poverty.

“The true market failure is in diseases of the poorest countries because the voice of those people in the marketplace is silent,” he said. “So that is why you get [a situation where] male pattern baldness gets 10 times the research [attention] that malaria gets.”

Sandra Chishimba of the Malaria Research Trust and Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute called for the education and empowerment of young people so they could “come up with their own research institutes,” rather than only relying on Western countries to come to the aid of the developing world. Chisimba’s research includes finding ways to address malaria in her homeland of Zambia, where she faced her own battles with the disease.

Ada Yonath, a chemistry laureate who also participated in the roundtable, advised the crowd to focus more basic and applied research to help with the problem of antibiotic resistance, which she called “almost the most frightening and biggest problem of modern medicine.”

She urged researchers to take risks and pursue their intellectual passions, even in the face of skepticism and doubt that a problem can be solved—as she did to solve the structure of ribosomes.

Yonath also encouraged scientists not to worry about whether their research immediately bore fruits to address global health. Basic research on how the immune system works, for instance, will always eventually lead scientists to a position where they can help with applied problems.

Gates agreed, saying that many of the research team his foundation funds start with scientists with expertise in say imaging or nanotechnology who had “no idea that their basic thinking could apply to global health problems.”

Source

A piece of instructions to the new admission seeking students!

A piece of Instructions to the new admission seeking students

Dear Students:

I feel, you all will be in quandary situation that where you should take admission and what kind of program and university you should chose? How you will compensate the high expenses starting from the admission fee to the regular semester fee? These are some perplexing questions which really put students into difficulty.

Choice of Field(Career,Department):

1- Firstly, God has decided the best place and field for you.This should be your first and strong belief.

2- Secondly, you know we are living in a society which is a dominant factor in determining the filed of our study. Our parents,our friends and even the common people really influence us both positively and negatively in the matter of our choice. This is the most worrying situation where your parents direct you in one direction and your friends are moving in another direction and you are in the middle thinking about what to do next. Some people blindly follow their friends and chose a field/University which they are not supposed to chose. Be careful here and don’t let others to influence you negatively.

3- Thirdly be confident and trust in yourself. Think what you want to do and what kind of nature and aptitude you have? If you have the desire and will power to do a specific job, then don’t stop, move-forward and approach the university which offers it. Now with such self-motivation and commitment you can prove a common university & field a best place and career for yourself no matter what the world is doing.

4- Fourthly, before applying to a particular university make sure that the university and the field of your choice is recognized by HEC (PEC) etc. These are the things which initially often students don’t know and later on they face troubles.

How to deal Financial Problems:

It is a fact that we are living in a country where standard education demands to much money and we belong to a part of it where most of the people can’t afford their children to get such expensive education. This is something very deterrent and depressing which mitigates the morale of financially weak students. For dynamic and multi-approach students this is not a factor of worrying. Get into a university, search and find out the scholarships and financial add. If your university doesn’t facilitate you in this regard again don’t need to be worried because there are other benevolent and charity organizations which can support you. You may also approach different banks because many of the banks offer interest free loans. You can get a loan from there and can easily continue your education.

Shakir Hussain Shakir

GCU Lahore.