Just as KCB foundation is well known to be offering scholarship to students,they have come up with a programme to aid the Beneficiaries right after they are done with their secondary examinations. The scholarships are given to students who are academically talented but financially disadvantaged.Top 50 students who achieved a mean grade of C+ and above been given a chance to work with the bank.
The programme aims at offering a taste of career to the students before they join their universities of choice. The chosen students are therefore going to work for three months. To add on that, the scholarship students already have a direct admission to Universities.
The secured jobs will help the students so much skillfully and also yearn more academically and ending up excel in excellence after their completion of the university level. Do you think the jobs will aid the students or ruin their minds? Let's find out in the comments section.
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