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Prime Minister's Laptop Scheme and Discrimination With Virtual University of Pakistan

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HEC recently updated the list of universities which are eligible for the laptop scheme but unfortunately our university is not one of them(not in the list!).It's unfair,since our academic structure…Continue

Prime Minister's Laptop Scheme and Discrimination With Virtual University of Pakistan

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HEC recently updated the list of universities which are eligible for the laptop scheme but unfortunately our university is not one of them(not in the list!).It's unfair,since our academic structure…Continue

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