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July 18, 2019
Education Latest Muslim World Pakistan Turkey

Tuition fee of Pak-Turk Schools reduced by 20 percent

ISLAMABAD: Tukey’s Maarif Foundation, which has recently taken over Pak-Turk Schools, has announced to reduce the tuition fee of the schools by 20 per cent.

The foundation said that without laying off any teaching staff the fee of the educational institutions previously linked to Fethullah Gulen’s organization will be reduced.

The announcement was made by Maarif Foundation’s executive board member Mahmut Mustafa Özdil and country director in Pakistan, Selahattin Batur, at a press conference.

Özdil said that the foundation of a new educational system would be laid for the promotion of peace, justice, and development.

The official announced underprivileged and orphaned students who demonstrate extraordinary aptitude will be provided free-of-cost education and also given other facilities.

He said that following the Supreme Court’s orders, TMF’s teachers and students have access to numerous opportunities in Turkey.

He said that as per a new legislation in Turkey, all students of the TMF schools are exempted from tuition fees of state universities.