MORA Scholarship for Minority Students 2023 is a local, need-based scholarship available to eligible candidates throughout Pakistan, promoting inclusivity and equal opportunities in education.
The Ministry of Religious Affairs (MORA) in Pakistan is on a mission to empower minority students through the MORA Scholarship for Minority Students 2023. This local, need-based initiative, administered by the Government of Pakistan, supports students at all levels and across various fields, promoting inclusivity and equal opportunities nationwide. Here are the key points of this scholarship;
- Levels: All Levels
- Fields: All Fields
- Offered By: Government of Pakistan
- Type: Local
- Category: Need Based
- Area: All Pakistan
- Deadline: 07-11-2023
Eligibility Criteria (MORA Minority Scholarship 2022-23)
To nurture academic excellence among minority students, the MORA Scholarship for Minority Students 2023 has specific eligibility criteria:
Regular Students: Applicants must be enrolled in Government/Public Sector Institutes, including schools, colleges, and universities, with a minimum of 50% marks required for eligibility.
Financial Need: The scholarship targets students facing financial challenges. Individuals classified as poor, needy, orphans, and those with disabilities within minority groups are encouraged to apply, provided they have a commendable educational track record.
How to Apply (MORA Scholarship for Minority Students 2023)
Applying for the MORA Minority Scholarship is a straightforward process:
Online Submission: Complete the online application, ensuring accurate filling of all required fields. The application must be supported by the last two duly attested annual marks sheets.
Income Certificate: Include the original income certificate of parents/guardians, attested to serve as proof of the applicant’s financial situation.
Educational Institute Certification: The Head of the Educational Institute should certify all details of the student. An attested copy of the school progress report/marks sheet from the last annual examination must be enclosed.
Submission to Educational Institutions: Only applications received through educational institutions will be considered. Heads of institutions must verify the completeness of application forms and attached documents before submitting a list of eligible students to the ministry.
Exclusivity: Students receiving financial assistance, stipends, scholarships, etc., from other sources are not eligible. Private institute students are also excluded from applying.
CNIC/B-Form Details: Ensure the inclusion of the CNIC number of the applicant or the NADRA B-form for those under 18, with copies attached.
Contact Information: Provide valid contact numbers and email addresses to promptly address any potential queries.
Call To Action: For more information, visit the official website at http://www.mora.gov.pk/ or click here for easy access.
- Applications received before the advertisement, or after the closing date will not be considered.
- Completed applications, accompanied by documentary evidence, must reach the undersigned within 30 days of publishing this advertisement. Late applications will not be entertained.
- Application forms can be photocopied from newspapers. Ensure all details are accurate and complete for a successful application.
The MORA Scholarship for Minority Students 2023 serves as a beacon of hope, striving to empower deserving individuals from minority communities in their pursuit of education. By adhering to the specified eligibility criteria and following the application guidelines, students can take a significant step towards securing a brighter future. The Ministry of Religious Affairs remains steadfast in its commitment to nurturing talent and promoting inclusivity in education across Pakistan. Join us in the journey of fostering a diverse and educated nation.
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