IBA Karachi: A hope for poor students


Atiq Ali Jan

Education is one of the most sky-high thing in today’s world which the poor people can not afford. Mostly the destitute populace of several areas from Pakistan – including Balochistan and some other areas also – are deprived of getting higher education. They use to work at a garage or some where else to earn money for the food of three times; similarly the down-and-out individuals of such areas are moseying from the indispensable education which is extremely essential for entire human beings. But now this problem seems to have an end, after the Institute of Business Administration University of Karachi which is renowned as one of the biggest university of Pakistan, has launched scholarships for these talented but poor people who wish to get higher education.
A year ago, IBA (Institute of Business Administration) Karachi launched scholarships for Balochistan named BTHP (Balochistan Talent Hunt Programme) and KPKTHP (KPK talent hunt programme). This fully funded scholarship is providing every facilities to its students. I really appreciate the coordinator of IBA Karachi for taking a great step for Balochistan and KPKTHP. Thus I request the talented students of Balochistan and KPK not to miss this golden opportunity; profit from this fully funded scholarship and have an accomplished education at IBA Karachi.