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545 Balochistan students to get admissions in Sindh, Punjab professional colleges.

QUETTA, 20 March , 2009 (Balochistan Times) --As many as 545 students from Balochistan would be granted admissions in various government professional institutions in Sind and Punjab during academic session 2009-10 under both the provincial governments notifications issued recently. Chief Secretary Balochistan Nasir Mehmood Khoso said while briefing the provincial cabinet meeting held here with Chief Minister Balochistan Nawab Mohammad Aslam Raisani in chair Friday that the CM Balochistan had made constant efforts to explore higher education opportunities for the local youths in other provinces and held meetings with the chief minister Punjab and Governor Sind in this regard. Under the enhanced Balochistan quota, 320 students get admission in the professional colleges in Sind and 225 students in Punjab, he said, adding that the CM Balochistan would soon call on the NWFP chief minister and request him for increased allocation of seats for the Balochistan students in their professional institutions. He also briefed the cabinet meeting that the federal government has granted rights of fishery in Shubakzai and Mirani dams to the province while 86 percent of total revenue generated through fishing in Hub dam would also be paid to the province.

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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Date:Mar 20, 2009
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