Peshawar University Finally Overcomes Financial Crisis

After going through a financial crisis for several years, the University of Peshawar (UoP) has finally been able to pay salaries and pensions to its employees without borrowing a single penny.

The Vice-Chancellor of the university, Dr. Muhammad Idrees, said that thanks to the provincial government’s grant, the varsity has become self-sufficient and even had a surplus amount during the last couple of months.


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“The university took loans for payment of salaries in the past. However, with the support of the KP government, we have paid salaries to the employees as well as pensions and also met the running cost during the last two months and also have surplus amount,” he added.

Dr. Idrees said that their next area of focus was research, as the varsity wanted to provide standard research facilities to the students of M.Phil and Ph.D.


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“Since the beginning of the year 2021, Advance Studies Research Board (ASRB) held eight sessions, which approved the research topics of many M.Phil and Ph.D. scholars. This is very important because many students were stuck in this process. Each time we get a few cases, we hold ASRB to clear those cases so that the time of students is not wasted,” he added.

The VC also said that biometric attendance machines would be installed in the varsity to ensure that teachers and other staff perform their duties and remain available for students from 8 am till 4 pm.

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