Proposed policy on work and study programme

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Work and Study is a University programme aimed at widening lifelong human values and practical skills amongst its beneficiaries. The scheme responds to the economic realities of the communities around the University, where economically handicapped parents recognize the importance of higher education, but are unable to meet the necessary expenses.

The Work and Study Program offers students with financial need access to clerical, research, technical, library, estates or other jobs on campus. The program not only helps students financially but can develop career-related skills and experience.

At the start of each academic year during orientation week, the office of the Vice Chancellor will run adverts on all University students’ noticeboards asking legible students to apply for the Work and Study Scheme.

All students selected on the Work and Study program must serve same number of hours i.e. 18 hours a week for 15 weeks during semester time and 25 hours a week during holidays.

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