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IBA-Bank Alfalah launched scholarship fund

KARACHI, July 13, 2020: The Institute of Business Administration (IBA), Karachi and Bank Alfalah Islamic have announced the Alfalah Islamic Scholarship Program to provide financial assistance for five fresh undergraduate students for their entire first year.

The MoU for this initiative was signed by CEO and President of Bank Alfalah Atif Bajwa and Executive Director IBA Dr. S Akbar Zaidi at a ceremony held at the Bank Alfalah Head Office. 

Under this agreement, Bank Alfalah Islamic will be contributing PKR 850,000 each for a total of Rs 4.25 million to seed the fund to support students on the basis of academic excellence, personal circumstances or economic hardship.

The scholarships will be awarded on a case-by-case basis, and funding can cover complete educational expenses such as admission, tuition, hostel and books to support deserving students in furthering their education.

Commenting on the partnership Bajwa said that the launch of the Alfalah Islamic Scholarship Program not only reaffirms Bank Alfalah’s commitment of giving back to the society, but it is also in line with our vision of building a future for Pakistan where our youth has access to quality education.

At this time when many families are struggling financially, we have launched this initiative to allow bright, young talent to pursue their education without any obstacles, he added.

“We believe supporting these students goes beyond investing in their individual futures. Their success is the country’s success, and we want to do all that we can to help them. We couldn’t have had a better partner than the IBA Karachi for this”, he added.

On the occasion, Dr. Zaidi expressed thanks to Bank Alfalah Islamic for extending their support for students from our upcoming classes.

Bank Alfalah’s generosity will help students and their families in this time of unprecedented crisis by enabling the gift of higher education and their better future, which represents an investment in a better future for all of Pakistanm, he added.

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