Mongolian Scolarship for Hazara students from Afghanistan and Pakistan

Tsahim Urtuu

The Tsahim Urtuu Holboo NGO is pleased to announce the names of three outstanding high school graduates of Hazara heritage who have been selected to receive full undergraduate scholarships to pursue studies at the prestigious National University of Mongolia on this blessed day of May 31, 2009 - the 10th year anniversary of global Mongolian Tsahim Urtuu Network (E-Station Network).

The initial account was to offer two scholarship awards that were available for the 2009-2013 academic years; however, with careful consideration of each applicant, the members of the Committee have decided to make an exception this year and award an additional third candidate with the scholarship.

The Tsahim Urtuu Scholarship winners are:

Meqdad Salehi
Zahra Hussain Bakhsh
Ghulam Abbas

More information on the students at TsahimUrtuu.mn

Scholar awardees are selected from 6 finalist candidates and are judged to have the strongest record of accomplishments in school and community service and greatest potential for academic success in college. The objectives of the Tsahim Urtuu Scholarships are outlined as follows:

• To enable intellectually distinguished young Hazara high school graduate students, their country's future leaders, to study in Mongolia.
• To help scholars gain an understanding and appreciation of contemporary Mongolia.
• To motivate scholars to act as ambassadors from the Hazara community to Mongolia and vice versa throughout their lives thus strengthening the relationship between the Hazara and Mongolian peoples.
• To promote the personal and academic fulfilment of each scholar.

The scholarships were awarded through a competitive application process. The award includes full-tuition of five years of academic study, living cost, textbook cost, medical insurance, visa fee, academic fees, transportation cost from the recipient's country to Mongolia and lodging at the university campus where the recipient will study.

The scholarship awards, totalling approximately $52 000 dollars, are being financed by donations mostly from Tsahim Urtuu Network members and Mongolian nationals abroad, and grants from Mongolian corporate organizations and professional associations.

As future leaders, with a lasting understanding of Mongolian culture, history and society, Tsahim Urtuu scholars will contribute to the establishment of relationship between the Mongolian and Hazara peoples, their governments and their institutions.

On behalf of Mongolian people, and the members of the Tsahim Urtuu Network and Tsahim Urtuu Holboo, Congratulations to Meqdad Salehi, Zahra Hussain Bakhsh, and Ghulam Abbas, the Tsahim Urtuu Scholarship winners!

More information at TsahimUrtuu.mn

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Daniel Azad UK
2009-06-06 20:58:13
Thanks for giving the hazaras the chance to study at the mongolian university. I hope we get regular update about their progress in Mogolia through your website. thank you Daniel Azad England UK
Justice
2009-06-07 13:47:00
as much as I feel proud of my country for helping other nations' needy succeed in life, I would also like to stress one very important point. Mongolians, too, are needy! There are many actual natives that need assistance. Isn't it time to stop acting like a rich, humanitarian, developed, problems-free nation? how about 1st structure your own countrymen, then help others? Daniel, please don't take this the offensive way.
Altaf Hussain
2009-06-09 09:13:02
The Tsahim Urtuu Holboo NGO is pleased to announce the names of three outstanding high school graduates of Hazara heritage who have been selected to receive full undergraduate scholarships to pursue studies at the prestigious National University of Mongolia on this blessed day of May 31, 2009 - the 10th year anniversary of global Mongolian Tsahim Urtuu Network (E-Station Network). The initial account was to offer two scholarship awards that were available for the 2009-2013 academic years; however, with careful consideration of each applicant, the members of the Committee have decided to make an exception this year and award an additional third candidate with the scholarship. The Tsahim Urtuu Scholarship winners are: Meqdad Salehi Zahra Hussain Bakhsh Ghulam Abbas More information on the students at TsahimUrtuu.mn Scholar awardees are selected from 6 finalist candidates and are judged to have the strongest record of accomplishments in school and community service and greatest potential for academic success in college. The objectives of the Tsahim Urtuu Scholarships are outlined as follows: � To enable intellectually distinguished young Hazara high school graduate students, their country's future leaders, to study in Mongolia. � To help scholars gain an understanding and appreciation of contemporary Mongolia. � To motivate scholars to act as ambassadors from the Hazara community to Mongolia and vice versa throughout their lives thus strengthening the relationship between the Hazara and Mongolian peoples. � To promote the personal and academic fulfilment of each scholar. The scholarships were awarded through a competitive application process. The award includes full-tuition of five years of academic study, living cost, textbook cost, medical insurance, visa fee, academic fees, transportation cost from the recipient's country to Mongolia and lodging at the university campus where the recipient will study. The scholarship awards, totalling approximately $52 000 dollars, are being financed by donations mostly from Tsahim Urtuu Network members and Mongolian nationals abroad, and grants from Mongolian corporate organizations and professional associations. As future leaders, with a lasting understanding of Mongolian culture, history and society, Tsahim Urtuu scholars will contribute to the establishment of relationship between the Mongolian and Hazara peoples, their governments and their institutions. On behalf of Mongolian people, and the members of the Tsahim Urtuu Network and Tsahim Urtuu Holboo, Congratulations to Meqdad Salehi, Zahra Hussain Bakhsh, and Ghulam Abbas, the Tsahim Urtuu Scholarship winners! More information at TsahimUrtuu.mn Written by :
khak
2009-07-03 14:24:40
we are thankful to the govt of Mongolia who support the hazara people in Afghanistan who are the victim of racism since 1890.If the Uzbeks,Tajik and pashton's new genreation can get education from Turkey,Tajikstan....... why we donot do the same.? We have to see our history that we are the part of one body. thanks alot for your support for us . Ali from Belgium
zaker hussein Naiman
2009-07-04 09:35:58
Thanks so much for your supporting the Hazara People in Afghanistan and Pakistan in the field of higher education. And let me to express my opinion about my brother or sister Mongolian as he/she had been written �that first of all Mongolian should support their Citizen then going on the acting as rich country ". i agree with you kind but myself as a hazara and Naimani tribe in Afghanistan believe Mongolian as our second country and proud to Mongolian in all situation and sharing our expression in all situation . But before we couldn�t do and now with this great chance for hazara people for having an ambassadors from the Hazara community in Mongolia in future we can gain it. So thanks again from all the people making this program and supported and hope to be continue in future. Zaker Hussein Naiman
Jon Speller
2009-08-09 18:58:22
9 Aug 2009 As former Editor of EAST EUROPE Magazine during the Cold War against atheistic Communism, it is indeed enlightening that the great ancient Mongol nation, with its moderate spiritual dimension Buddhist faith revival, is now a vibrant member of the Free World and is extending help in higher education and other assistance to its ancient brotherly Hazara people, predominantly uniquely moderate Shiite Muslims in Hazarajat, who also deserve a place in the sun among the world comity of natural nations. This American patriot deeply appreciates all forms of cooperation in diverse sectors between Mongolia and Hazarajat! Jon Speller, New York, New York USA nations.
ferdous
2009-08-15 09:41:20
We are thankful to the govt of Mongolia who support the afghan people in Afghanistan and pakistan .Moreover, I am a holder of a Bachelor of Arts Honors Degree in Languages, Literature & Humanities, which is equal to Master degree in Pakistan from International Islamic University Islamabad. I have an equivalence certificate from FBISE of Pakistan. I have a diploma in Multimedia from COM wave Institute of information Technology; I have a certificate of MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) from Emerging Systems. I have studied 9 years of English Language from world nationals including British, American, Australian, New Zealand citizens. From EFL/ESL Center. I have a certificate of Basic Electricity, AC, DC, Car Fixing and Multimeter usage taught by Mr. Kane American National university teacher from ESL/EFL Center. I have taught computer programs as a scholastic person. I am an Afghan National but currently living in Pakistan as a refugee. I wish to apply for your scholarship. Kindly please advice me on the modalities and requirements for eligibility. For more information please email me. frdsam@gmail.com
ferdous
2009-08-15 10:25:25
We are thankful to the govt of pakistan who support the afghan people .Moreover, I am a holder of a Bachelor of Arts Honors Degree in Languages, Literature & Humanities, which is equal to Master degree in Pakistan from International Islamic University Islamabad. I have an equivalence certificate from FBISE of Pakistan. I have a diploma in Multimedia from COM wave Institute of information Technology; I have a certificate of MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) from Emerging Systems. I have studied 9 years of English Language from world nationals including British, American, Australian, New Zealand citizens. From EFL/ESL Center. I have a certificate of Basic Electricity, AC, DC, Car Fixing and Multimeter usage taught by Mr. Kane American National university teacher from ESL/EFL Center. I have taught computer programs as a scholastic person. I am an Afghan National but currently living in Pakistan as a refugee. I wish to apply for your scholarship. Kindly please advice me on the modalities and requirements for eligibility. For more information please email me. frdsam@gmail.com
Mohammad Jan
2009-08-19 12:40:36
This is really incredible hearing for the first time that there is a nation feeling sympathy with HAZARAS. Hazaras have passed all their lives during the conflicts and threatens with extinction of different rulers helplessly and without the support of any beings. I am really glad that Mongolia feels brotherhood with Hazaras. We had the ability, but we didn't have the chance to share. Now, we have the chance so we show the world that we are hard-working, talented and eligible in every field of life. Now, we fly around the universe and participate in different forms. I thank the Mongolian Government for their sympathy. Meqdad Salehi, Zahra Hussain Bakhsh, and Ghulam Abbas, Wish you success!
meqdad
2009-09-24 11:57:09
thank u so much dear mohammad jan
Atta ur rahman
2009-10-05 14:41:03
hi my name is atta ur rahman and i live in pakist and want to study further but unfurtunately i have no money to pay for my study so kindly issue me scholarship that i be able to study further
hazaraboy
2009-10-16 14:51:32
Hi to all Mongolian brothers and sisthers, This is awesome.. I,m very glad to hear Mongila help hazaras in that way !! Thank You !! an Hazara From Europe www.kabbulboy.webs.com
Bilgee
2009-10-18 10:43:03
Hazaras are Mongols too !!! we are Blood Brothers now that mongolias economy emproving we can finally support our brothers Hazaras wish luck to the winners !
zainab
2009-10-19 04:56:56
hi my name is zainab from Australia yeah you are right they have to support them;D
abdul razzaq
2009-11-25 11:46:13
hi dear my name is abdul razzaq from afghanistan. i just finished my BA in agriculute field at kabul university afghanistan. please help me in getting mostery level i am huge interested in getting mostery to serve for my poor people
Dinara Sher
2009-12-05 02:40:37
Hi Daniel, Are you Hazara? I am not Hazara, I am from Kyrgyzstan living in the UK. I want to find the Hazara community here, to discuss how I and other Hazara people living here can help your people in Afganistan. I am really crying for them and i pray that God will bless them. One day Hazara people will gain the victory with God's help not by gun but by education and prayers. My e mail: dinara-sher@yahoo.co.uk May God bless Hazara people all over the world.
Jamel
2010-01-11 11:58:07
Dear Firdous, You have so much talent and education,you can find a good job in pakistan.
Ali Jan
2010-02-23 17:03:57
Dear Brothers and Sisters, I hope all of you are well and doing the best. I am very happy that some of our sisters are studying in different parts of the world and I proud of the HAZARA nation. I am a lecturer in Bamyan University which is in center of HAZARAJAT, Please let me know how could you help to the new university in Bamyan, for sending more Hazara to get there degrees in abroad. thank you please mail me to: a_warasi@yahoo.com
Tasaa
2010-02-27 03:15:30
Dear friends, I'd like to add up some more information regarding this topic. I'm from Mongolia. As far as I understood, this scholarship above is not by the Government of Mongolia; it is by some Mongolian individuals/companies - initiated and coordinated by this none-governmental organisation ("TsahimUrtuu"). That's why the scope and number of schoalrships are small. I think. However, the Mongolian government has its own bilateral agreements with other governments whereby foreign students do some study in Mongolia (but in specific fields?) and vica versa. (Those coming through these agreements get some help from the Government of Mongolia, I think). Unfortunately, Mongolia itself has been undergoing traumatic socio-economic hardships since the fall of communism; so it is not wealthy enough to give many scholarships. I hope it will give more in the future. Tasaa
mortaza askary
2010-03-16 04:53:08
thanks to those who have been part of organising sholarships for hazara students in mongolia and we as a hazara nation are proud,supportive and thankful to the mongolian government for their efforts in this regard. qayyum changazy from brisbane australia
nabi
2010-09-06 19:48:13
hi i am from italy i want to say that the important thing is education end power if we have this 2 things we must improve in this way its not enogh that we say we dont have mony i khow all of them but we can devolup with out mony
nabi
2010-09-06 19:49:39
sallam ma az italia astom ma mekhastom bogoyom ki ma bayad hemat konim na ki az mardom komak bikhayim
Muhammed Arif changazi
2010-10-23 18:47:45
the first comments reply is that. that they siting in italy and they syas that we have to prove our selfs but the dont know the situation of afghanistan and pakistan.only for a month visit this two country then watch what is going on afghanistan and quetta.
Amjad
2010-11-02 12:01:26
dear sir. we arange kosovo, russia, tajakistan, mongolia , invitation with hotel voucher if some one need contact us. Mr amjad globelvisa@gmail.com
Amjad
2010-11-02 12:03:44
Dear sir. we arange mongolia , russia, kazakistan , tajkistan , kosovo, invitation letter and all visa support documents. if need contact us. AMjad globelvisa@gmail.com
ghazanfer ali
2011-01-02 07:23:57
salam hi how are you all? i hope you all are fine, i am ghazanfer ali from afghanistan,ihave passed my 12th class.iam really interst in scholarshipe of mongolia,can anyone help me to get this scholarshipe,i will be thank ful.

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there's just one way to fix problem hazara and it is indepen from afghanstan.

there's just one way to fix problem hazara and it is indepen from afghanstan.

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