Pakistan’s first eunuch to enter M.Phil

Lawyer and social activist Nisha Rao has become the first Pakistani eunuch to be admitted to the M.Phil program for higher law education. She will pursue an LLM degree from Karachi University.

In a recent interview with Geo News, Nisha Rao expressed happiness at being the first eunuch to enter the M.Phil program. She said, “I was very upset for two months. I took the exam in June this year. But only four days ago I found out about the admission.

Explaining that a two-year LLM degree is equivalent to an M.Phil degree, Nisha Rao confirmed that this would be the first time in Pakistan that an eunuch would get an M.Phil degree.

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Eunuch Nisha Rao said that the Vice Chancellor of Karachi University Prof. Dr. Khalid Iraqi has said that our university is the first university in Pakistan which has admitted an eunuch in LLM degree.

“It is very difficult for an eunuch to get an education in Pakistan due to lack of resources, while educational institutions do not have admissions for the eunuch community and we do not have a quota system,” Rao said.

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“I have paid a fee of Rs 140,000 for one semester of LLM, which shows how difficult it is for eunuchs, who are mostly begging on the streets, to get higher education,” he said. Is.’

Nisha Rao said, “It will cost more than Rs 4 lakh to complete the LLM degree and he has also bought a scooter for Rs 170,000 so that he can go to university easily.”

“We don’t have a scholarship program for the eunuch community,” he said.

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Nisha Rao clarified that “they are not asking for scholarships for themselves but it would be better for universities to give scholarships to eunuchs so that they do not have to beg.”

He added that “the attitude of the management at the university was good and cooperative with them and the university called and congratulated them on their admission to the university.”

Nisha Rao added, “If a foreigner speaks well, puts on less make-up, walks properly and is confident, people don’t bother him.”