PM Laptop Scheme 2023 Merit List Phase III: How to Check Eligibility

The Higher Education Commission (HEC) has announced the release of the PM Laptop Scheme 2023 Merit List, marking a significant milestone in the government’s initiative to support academically outstanding students facing financial constraints. The scheme aims to provide laptops to deserving students from government universities across Pakistan.

Laptop Scheme 2023 Merit Lists Selected Candidates

The merit list, which is not final, will be sent to the university’s focal persons for review and corrections. These focal persons have been given a 15-day window to rectify any errors before resubmitting the list to the HEC for final approval. Once the corrections are made, the HEC will announce the Final Merit List.

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The PM Laptop Scheme Phase III Merit list for 2023 reveals the provisional list of selected candidates from both public and private sector universities. To check their status on the merit list, interested individuals can visit the official website or

PM Laptop Schemes 2023 Application Form

The selection criteria for the Prime Minister Laptop Scheme are primarily based on students’ academic performance. The management prepared the list based on the applications received before the deadline, which was June 20, 2023.

PM Laptop Scheme 2023 Merit Lists Check Online

The laptop distribution process for the PM Laptop Scheme 2023 commenced on July 7, 2023. Eligible candidates for Phase 3 of the Prime Minister Laptop Scheme in 2023 can verify their status by checking the PM Laptop Scheme 2023 Merit list on the official website.

In case of any issues during the online registration process, candidates can seek assistance through the comment section on the main site associated with the PM’s National Laptop Scheme. The focal person at the respective university will then address their concerns.

How To Check Pm Laptop Scheme 2023, Merit Lists?

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This initiative is a testament to the government’s commitment to supporting education and reducing the digital divide among students in Pakistan.


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