Which Students and Universities are Eligible For Benevolent Fund Stipend

The Federal Employees Benevolent and Group Insurance Funds (FEB & GIF) founded in 1969. They cover all Federal Government employees and the employee benefits, especially educational Stipends For Outstanding Children of The Federal Government Employees. Provide insurance coverage, Benevolent Grant and benefits under other welfare schemes. About six millions Federal Government Employees are being covered under its welfare schemes.Eligible For Benevolent Fund Stipend

In my previous article “Get Information Of Federal Employees Benevolent and Group Insurance Fund” posted in several years ago, lots of students asked me about the list of universities recommended for the benevolent fund. So I decided to answer all these questions in this article about this topic. First of all I will clear this question that Benevolent fund stipend does not belong to universities bases, because Benevolent fund stipend is not fee reimbursement.

The main point is that which students are eligible, who get the Benevolent Fund Stipend:
1- Those students whose fathers are government employee can only get this fund.
2- If father has retired from government service or died during service/ after retired then the student can also get this fund.

died during or after retired government servent

The educational stipend paid for post metric:
1- In the category I (Intermediate) amount will be 20,000/- and marks level is 80%.
2- In category II (Graduation) amount will be 24,000/- and marks level is 70%.
3- In category III (Post Graduation) amount will be 30,000/- and marks level is 70%.
4- In category IV (Post Professional Studies) amount will be 40,000/- and marks level is 70%.

Note: From First July, 2014 In intermediate category students who obtained 60% (for the children of employees in BPS-1 to BPS-10 or equivalent) and 70% (for the children of employees in BPS-11 and above or equivalent) get Rs: 20.000 amount.

Muhammad Farooq

I am Muhammad Farooq, Site owner of www.itechsoul.com has written 1,410 articles for itechsoul, where I share unique, quality and information with the whole world. iTechSoul provides free software, new products, tips & tricks related to blogging, social media and technology news. I am also co-founder of www.mobilestore.pk and play.google.com a platform for mobile apps download.

332 Responses

  1. mubasir says:

    Kya 9th k result ki base py benevolent fund mil skta hy percentage is 93%

  2. Hafsa says:

    Sir I got 82% marks in fsc and now doing engineering from uet taxila??in form what I have to write the 20000 or 24000 category???

  3. Sir many fsc august 2017 may complete ki hy our mery 81% marks hy mera walid teacher retired hy mujy milsakty hy

  4. khalid says:

    my son did matric in2016 he got 94 PERCET marks .i m federal emplooy can aply for scholrship now

  5. Aleena says:

    Sir i asked u before suppli clear krne k baad or 50% marks lene k baad stipend milta ha m.a English main

  6. Sir kpk Walo k lie b hy our is ka tariqa kar kia hy

  7. Nouman Ahmed says:

    Aoa sir,
    what is the criteria for this fund in semester system?

  8. khursheed ahmad says:

    sir ptcl retired officer BPS-17 kay bachay illigble hen jabja un ke salary se bfund kat rah tha jab unhon nain ptcl ko chora tha plz

  9. Muhammad Umair says:

    Sir kindly guide me, are all federal govt. officers included in this fund?
    My father is a retired professor.
    Moreover, can we apply for this fund in any duration over the year? or it has a specific time period within a year.
    Thank you.

  10. Aroosha Noor says:

    Last date kb h apply krney ki??

  11. farhan says:

    what about gilgit baltistan govt employess, jbki gb govt employees sa benovelent fund deduct horahy hay, can we apply?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>