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15000 Teachers Will also Get Bikes Through the Punjab Bike scheme

Punjab Bike Scheme for Teacher

The Punjab government has started a program to provide 15,000 Punjab Bike Scheme for Teachers of Punjab province. Under this program, 15 thousand teachers in Punjab will be able to benefit from the motorcycle scheme. A decision has been made to address environmental challenges so that teachers can facilitate travel to schools.

The purpose of starting this program is that for teachers who are worried about the price of petrol in this era of inflation; the Punjab government has started the Punjab e-bike scheme for them. The decision to give motorbikes to the teachers has been taken due to the rising prices of petrol.

E-Bike Scheme

Chief Minister Punjab Maryam Nawaz Sharif has announced to give 20 thousand motorbikes to all poor and deserving students of Punjab province. Under which 19 thousand petrol motorbikes and 1000 electric motorbikes will be distributed among the students

The government of Punjab will provide a one-billion-dollar subsidy for this program to start the e-Punjab Bike program. Students will deposit 20 thousand rupees as the down payment for the motorcycle, and the rest of the payment will be made in easy installments.

15000 Teachers Will also Get Bikes Through the Punjab Bike scheme

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Registration Process Of E Bike Scheme 

All poor and deserving students need to visit the e-Punjab Bike web portal to register for the E-Punjab Bike scheme of the Benazir Kafalat Program. You have to create an account on the web portal. In this account, you will submit all your details. After that, you have to log into the account.

You have to select an electric bike or a petrol bike. So you have entered all your information, like your ID card, in the registration form. All education information, Domicile, and license, etc. After that, you have to submit all the information about Grunter.

Grunter must have their own bank account. The registration form has to be submitted so that after checking the eligibility, you will be given a motorcycle from the Punjab Bike Scheme.

Who is Eligible For The E-Bike Scheme

Motorcycles will be given to the deserving students of the Punjab Government.

  • Whose poverty score is less than 30
  • Their monthly income is less than 60 thousand
  • The Punjab government will provide electric motorbikes to those who cannot afford their education expenses.

Also Read: Benazir Kafalat Payment Using ATM Method.

How Many Bike Will Be Distributed In The First Phase Of Punjab Bike Scheme?

Punjab Federal Minister Sikandar Hayat has announced that five thousand electric motorbikes will be given in the first phase of the Punjab Bike scheme. In the second phase, 10,000 electric motorbikes will be provided. There are savings in commuting costs after getting an electric motorbike.

Federal Minister Sikandar Hayat has full confidence. Minister Sikander Hayat says that Punjab Motor Bike is a good program under which teachers will save on the cost of petrol, and they can save their money. Along with this, environmental pollution will also help the environment.

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By M Usman

Muhammad Usman is a dedicated advocate for social welfare and community development, actively involved in Pakistan's Ehsaas program and the Benazir Income Support Program (BISP). As a member of these vital initiatives, he utilizes his platform,, to disseminate essential information and resources, empowering individuals with knowledge and assistance. With a passion for creating positive change, Muhammad Usman strives to amplify the voices of the marginalized and build a more equitable society. Join him on his journey towards a brighter future for all.

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