The government of Pakistan will award 20,000 scholarships to unemployed graduates.

According to Ahsan Iqbal, Federal Minister for Planning, Development, and Special Initiatives, the government has agreed to provide 20,000 scholarships to unemployed Pakistani graduates.
He made the decision while speaking at an international meeting on higher education and workforce development in Islamabad.
He noted, “The government decides to grant 20,000 scholarships to jobless graduates.” Also, that the federal government strives to provide education to the poor class.
Furthermore, Ahsan states that students from remote parts of the country will get a scholarship from the Youth Development Initiatives.

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