FCCU launches free classes for students from marginalized communities


Forman Christian College (A chartered university) launched their free Pre- College Summer coaching classes 2022 for students from marginalized communities.

Dr. Farzand Masih, Head of Forman Church Relations Office highlighted the objectives and importance of the project. During the eight weeks of remedial classes, students are taught 45% courses of first-year intermediate, motivational talks are arranged and testimonies of successful people of humble origin are shared with the students. The glimpses of last year’s remedial classes and this year’s registration process were also shown on the screen.

Students enrolled in the previous years’ program were called upon to share their experiences and testimonies that how this program helped them academically and spiritually.

Mian Imran Masood, former Minister of Education, chief guest on the occasion, discussed the role of different communities in the development of education in Pakistan.

He particularly highlighted the contributions of Forman Christian College (A Chartered University) in the field of education and introducing the Liberal Art Education System in Pakistan.

The Registrar Dr. Nayer Fardows presented the shield and FCCU Merchandise to the Chief guest.


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