Last date of PM’s Laptop Distribution Scheme, Here’s everything you need to know
The scheme launched on the 10th of July.
Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has announced the last date of application for the Laptop Distribution Scheme. The scheme launched on the 10th of July.
A note was released explaining the criteria and date. The Higher Education Commission (HEC) under PM’s laptop scheme would distribute about 200,000 laptops. The laptops would be given to students of degree awarding institutions and those studying in public sector universities.
The last date of application was September 30. The first phase of the laptop scheme was started in 2022-23. It was decided that about 100,000 laptops would be distributed in each FY of the government.
Now, the government has announced that 200,000 laptops would be given to students in their last year to complete a target of 500,000 laptops in 4 years. The laptop distribution was first done in public universities. After that, colleges and technical colleges were also included in the scheme. Moreover, initially, only M.Phil and Ph.D. students were selected, however, now the scheme has expanded to Bs level students as well.
How to apply?
Prime Minister’s Laptop Distribution Scheme 2022 for matric passed students
The government of Punjab also decided to give laptops to students who passed matriculation in the year 2022.
According to this scheme, students who have more than 78% marks in matric will get laptops under the scheme.
Eligibility criteria for laptop scheme 2022:
- Students of 4 years BS Degree Programme who have secured 60% or more than that (in the previous year) in case of the annual examination system
- All post-graduate students of Part I & II of 2 years Masters Degree Programme who have secured 60% or more than that (in the previous year) in case of the annual examination system
- All currently enrolled students/scholars of Ph.D., M.Phil, LLM, and MS.
- The students securing the top 100 positions on each board in Intermediate and Secondary Education of Punjab
- If the student is in 1st year, the result of the last examination in which the student appeared will be considered.
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