For the fiscal year 2022–2023, the Insaf Taleem Card will be available, according to a statement from the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) cabinet, which is presided over by Chief Minister (CM) Mahmood Khan. Deserving Students will get insaf taleem Card.
In this regard, a sum of Rs. 998.5 million has been approved for release by the provincial department. The initiative aims to help government college students who are having trouble paying their annual or semester fees.
The introduction of this plan, according to the CM, will provide free educational possibilities to students enrolled in government institutions, he said while addressing to the cabinet.
The launch of the Insaf Taleem Card, which will assist many students, has been dubbed the government’s second-largest programme after the Insaf Sehat Sahulat Card by Kamran Bangash, Minister for Higher Education and Special Assistant of Information to the CM, Muhammad Ali Saif.
The ministers also revealed that in order to fulfil the enhanced income goals and raise the market price of timber, the cabinet had agreed a review of the forest tax on a number of forest products.Dr. Syed Subhanullah Shah, a retired professor, was appointed for a three-year term as a Member Technical (BS-21) of the Environmental Protection Tribunal Peshawar. KP Students..