ISLAMABAD: The Higher Education Commission (HEC) will get Rs 42,450 million for the financial year 2021-22 under the Public Sector Development Program (PSDP).
According to the budget document released on Friday, Rs 29,736 million has been earmarked for ongoing schemes and Rs 12,713 million for new schemes.
In ongoing schemes, PIEAS has allocated Rs. 100 million for Center of Mathematical Science (CMS) in Islamabad and Rs. 200 million for development of Fatima Jinnah Women’s University, Campus II (Phase 2) Chakri Road Rawalpindi. Has gone Rs.1 million for setting up of Federal Institute in Hyderabad, Rs.100 million for setting up main campus of Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology in Islamabad and Rs.300 million for setting up of FATA University.
In addition, Rs 250 million for the establishment of Newst Campus in Quetta, Rs 500 million for the expansion and development of International Islamic University Islamabad, Rs 250 million for the establishment of Baltistan University in Skardu and Rs 175 million for the establishment of the university. One lakh rupees have been allocated. Campus for women in Bannu.
Similarly, Rs. 1,750 million has been allocated for Higher Education Development Program (HEDP), Rs. 800 million for overseas scholarships for MS / M, and several others.
Among the new schemes, Rs 37.5 million for strengthening Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women’s University Peshawar, Rs 300 million for strengthening The Women’s University Multan (Phase 2) and Rs 411 million for upgrading Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan. Rs.
In addition, Rs.1000 million has been earmarked for setting up of Center for Advanced Research in Molecular, Genetic and Allied Facilities at SMBB Medical University, Larkana and Rs.25 million for providing missing facilities for Sheikh Ayaz University, Shikarpur. ۔
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