Punjab govt to give public school students monthly stipends of Rs 3,000

The Punjab government has extended the Waseela Taleem Program to provide a stipend of Rs 3,000 for girls and Rs 2,500 for boys studying in public high schools. The Punjab government has also granted permission for the Department of School Education to enter into an agreement with Benazir Income Support Program (BISP).

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Stipends will be provided to children across Punjab as part of the program. Government schools will be able to receive these benefits in accordance with the program’s rules and regulations.

Source: Startup Pakistan