ISLAMABAD:09Feb: Bait-ul-Maal would provide sponsorships to all orphan students of National University of Modern Languages (NUML), to make them active and educated members of society.
This was stated by the Bait-ul-Maal Chairman Zumurad Khan while talking to the NUML Rector Maj Gen (r) Masood Hasan at NUML, on Wednesday.
Khan visited NUML and met the Rector to discuss different future plans of Bait-ul-Maal. The chairman, during the meeting, said that geographically Pakistan was situated in a zone where different natural calamities like floods and earthquakes continue to hit rendering thousands of children parentless.
He said the dilemma of orphanhood has really made the affected children a detached part of society. Therefore, different projects and programmes have been introduced by the government for such deprived and needy children to bring them back into mainstream of life, he added. He informed the NUML rector and DG that Bait-ul-Maal had started a project, “Sweet Homes”, for orphan children under which they are provided free shelter, food and education. He said that Bait-ul-Maal had already announced 100 scholarships for deserving students of NUML and it was also announced that all the orphan students would be offered scholarship on taking admission in NUML. Maj Gen (r) Masood Hasan told the visiting guest that his services for the orphans and needy students were worth praising and he offered all possible assistance and help for the cause. He further said that NUML administration and students would love to join hands with Bait-ul-Maal to carry forward the sacred mission of Sweet Homes.
Prior to this, Director General Brig Azam Jamal and Director Administration Brig (R) Tariq Qureshi received the Bait-ul-Maal chairman on his arrival at NUML. Daily Times.