Dr. Irfan Aziz, the General Secretary of the faculty organization at the Federal Urdu University, Abdul Haq Campus Karachi, has expressed concern that the students of the university will be deprived of the Prime Minister’s Youth Laptop Scheme.
He stated that the administration had set the deadline of June 20 for submitting applications for the laptop scheme, but due to the Eid al-Adha holidays and ongoing examinations at the university, it was not possible to proceed with the process.
Prime Minister’s Youth Laptop Scheme
Dr. Irfan, the General Secretary of the faculty organization, said that this scheme is the best initiative for the youth by the current government, and the students are eagerly awaiting the benefits of this scheme. However, it is not feasible to submit applications within the limited time available under the current circumstances.
Faculty organization’s appeal to the Prime Minister
General Secretary appealed to the Prime Minister, Minister of Education, and other authorities through the faculty organization’s platform to extend the deadline for submitting applications in the laptop scheme.
Dr. Irfan Aziz demanded that the eligible students be given the opportunity to benefit from this scheme so that they can play their full role in brightening the future of the country’s youth.