2,000 female students could be deprived of higher education if dormitories abolished

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The Vice-Chancellor University of Sindh Prof. Dr. Muhammad Siddique Kalhoro has expressed fear that over two thousand female students belonging to rural areas of Sindh could be deprived of higher education if dormitories were abolished following reduction financial pattern which adopted by other universities of the province.

The University management is providing boarding and lodging facilities to five thousand students including more than two thousand female students in their respective hostels with best environment. The Vice Chancellor stated this while addressing the 44 officers of grade 18 of different 6 groups of 34th midterm management course of National Institute of Management Karachi who visited the University of Sindh Jamshoro on Tuesday.

During the meeting with the Vice Chancellor, the Director General National Institute of Management Karachi Dr. Lubna Ayub was also present on this occasion.

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