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Getz Pharma and IBA are signing an MOU to set up permanent bonds for worthy NTHP students

The Joint MOU to offer financial support to eligible students has been signed by Khalid Mahmood, Managing Director and CEO Getz Pharma Pvt. Ltd Executive Director, IBA Karachi, and Mr. S-Akbar Zaidi. 20 September 20, 2021 Karachi: The establishment of the Getz Pharma Endowment Fund has been paired with Getz Pharma (Pvt), Pakistan’s largest drug business and the Iboa Institute of Management (IBA), Karachi, a renowned institution for higher education in Pakistan. The project seeks to promote the programme of financial aid for the Institute’s worthy students from throughout the nation. Through this partnership, Getz Pharma will financially support students chosen from the National Talent Hunt Program (NTHP) at IBA Karachi.

IBA operates its National Talent Hunt (NTHP) flagship Program, under which it registers and gives bursaries to competent students from disadvantaged regions. In order to help students from their NTHP, Getz Pharma has established an endowment grant of PK R 30 million at the Institute. These prizes are presented to worthy graduates of IBA’s Bachelor Programme.

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The Agreement was agreed upon at the Institute of Business Administration in Karachi by the Executive Director of IBA Karachi, Dr. S. Akbar Zaidi and the CEO of Getz Pharma, Mr. Khalid Mahmood.

Mr Khalid, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer Getz Pharma on this important event, said: “IBA is near to my heart. As an institution of the public sector, its performance and contribution to the country’s education landscape have remained noteworthy during the previous years compared to other institutions in the public sector.”

Dr. S. Akbar Zaidi praised GetzPharma’s commitment to help IBA to provide all students with quality education irrespective of their financial status.

The IBA support the integration via its financial aid programme about 30 percent of its student population annually.

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