Oxford Pakistan Program Declares Beneficiaries of Graduate Grants.

As Pakistan commends its 76th Freedom Day, the Oxford Pakistan Program (OPP) is eager to report its alumni grant beneficiaries for the impending scholastic year.

The OPP is focused on engaging outstanding researchers from different scholarly foundations. The current year’s beneficiaries of the OPP grants exhibit the program’s commitment to cultivating scholastic greatness and variety.

Jabir Ali

Jabir Ali, hailing from the town of Kundal Khokhran in southern Jhang, Punjab, is the Oxford Tareen Researcher for 2023-24. Coming from a cultivating family, Jabir will seek after a doctorate in antimicrobial obstruction.

Wajeeha Amir

Wajeeha Amir, a successful person from LUMS in Political Theory and Public Strategy, is granted the Malala Yousafzai Grant. She will embrace an Expert of Science (MSc) in Proof Based Social Mediation and Strategy Assessment.

Amna Baig

As a team with the Blavatnik School of Government at Oxford, OPP has conceded two grants for the Expert of Public Strategy program. Amna Baig, a cultivated cop from the Police Administration of Pakistan, is one of the beneficiaries.

Abrahim Shah

Abrahim Shah, a recognized government employee who got the third position cross country in the serious common help test, will likewise be seeking after the Expert of Public Strategy.