The Talent Hunt Program will soon accept applications from brilliant female students, according to the Higher Education Commission (HEC).
The THP is a USAID-funded merit-and need-based scholarship program. THP’s mission is to support female students from low-income households who desire to enroll in prestigious colleges in Pakistan with financial aid.
In order to help female students with great matriculation and intermediate scores get entrance to the nation’s medical, engineering, and general colleges, it also provides entry exam preparation.
Here is everything you need to know about THP while waiting for the HEC to declare when the application site will open.
- Candidates must be female citizens of AJK or Pakistan.
- They must come from a low-income family.
- Candidates should possess:
- At least 80% in the inter part-I (Pre-Engineering, Pre-Medical, and ICS)
- Obtained 70% or more in inter part I (Social, General Science, Art, and Humanities).
- Students with disabilities and female students from remote or less developed regions will be prioritized.
To verify the applicants’ eligibility, the HEC Committee will carefully review each application. Following that, the committee will create merit lists using the academic history and needs-based standards outlined in the THP. Final offer letters from HEC will be sent to outstanding female students, given seat availability.
Benefits of scholarship
Candidates that are hired will:
- Get paid a stipend.
- perform a practice exam at the end of the training session.