Prime Minister’s Electric Wheelchair Scheme for University Students (Phase-3)

Prime Minister’s Electric Wheelchair Scheme for University Students (Phase-3)

Prime minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has launched PM Electric WheelChair Scheme for Disabled Students of Pakistani Universities in Pakistan. If Successful First Phase of PM Wheelchair Scheme, Second Phase is announced.Those Students who do not get a wheelchair in PM Wheelchair Scheme 1st Phase, Online Apply for it.

Prime Minister’s Electric Wheelchair Scheme for University Students (Phase-3)


PM Electric Wheelchair Scheme 2023


Under Prime Minister’s Electric Wheelchair Scheme, Higher Education
Commission invites applications from the students having ambulatory
disability and are enrolled/ being enrolled with the Public Sector
Universities and Affiliated Colleges during year 2021-22.

Electric Wheelchairs will be distributed among students who:

Have physical and permanent ambulatory disability to such a degree that they are unable to move from place to place without the aid of a wheelchair.

Are not able to cross curbs because of paralysis or loss of function of legs. Have one or both legs missing.

Are registered/being registered for academic session 2021-22 in HEC Recognized Public Sector Universities and Affiliated Colleges of all Provinces, AJ&K and Gilgit Baltistan in Undergraduate. Postgraduate, MS/ MPhil and PhD programmes.

Have valid certificate of special person/ambulatory disability from the relevant Competent Authority/Government Institutions. Have not received Electric Wheelchairs in Phase 1&2.


Students who meet the eligibility criteria, are advised to fill and submit the online application form on by November 15,2023.

Take print of the application form, attach necessary documents and submit in the office of respective Vice Chancellor/ Registrar/Designated Person.

Universities/ Affiliated Colleges will forward all eligible cases to HEC in one transaction by December 10,2021 at the following address for distribution of Electric Wheelchairs on merit.


Project Director
Higher Education Commission
Sector H-8/1, Islamabad

PM wheelchair Scheme Scheme(2nd Phase) Online Apply:

You can submit an online Apply Form on

For more information contact the Project Director Prime Minister’s Electric Wheelchair Higher Education Commission, H-8/1, Islamabad;

Phone Numbers: 051- 9080 8160 /9080 8163.


Supporting Youth and promoting Higher Education is one of the top priorities of the current democratic government of Pakistan. It has a broad canvas of schemes aimed at enabling youth to get access to higher education, internships, training and then getting relevant jobs or entrepreneurship career paths.

In this connection, one of the great initiatives of the Government is the scheme for distributing Motorized/Electric Wheelchairs to disabled students studying in Public Sector Universities of Pakistan with the objective to facilitate them in their movements in order to complete their higher education and enable them to contribute effectively towards the progress of the country.

This scheme is aligned with the United Nation’s Standard Development Goals (SDGs) projecting, ‘By 2030 eliminate gender disparities in education and ensure equal access to all levels of education and vocational training for the vulnerable persons with disabilities, indigenous people and children in vulnerable situations. Pakistan has signed a treaty on September 15, 2008, in the United Nations Convention on “Rights of Persons with Disabilities”, and ratified it on July 5, 2011. As per data of Census 1998, there were 622,025 disabled (crippled) persons in Pakistan. Out of these 21,925 were enrolled in different public and private sector schools, colleges, and universities in Pakistan.

Intangible Benefits: The scheme will create an awareness in the youth that the government’s intent is to support each segment of the society and it will also support increased access to Higher Education as well.
Social benefits with indicators: Pakistan is the 6th most populous nation comprising a large number of young people. The scheme would provide respectability and on-campus ease of movement to the beneficiary students in the universities by providing an equal opportunity and access to education. Students coming from mediocre backgrounds would be benefitted from this scheme since due to the high price of the motorized wheelchair, it is quite difficult for a family to purchase an electric wheelchair. www. download farm for wheelchair
Employment Generation (direct and indirect): The students who would be provided with wheelchairs would be facilitated to achieve their education and hence would be playing an important role in the socio-economic development of the country afterward. Though the employment would mostly be dependent upon their academic competencies and compatibility to the job requirements, yet assistance in terms of mobility would be facilitated through the wheelchairs. Pakistan pm electric wheelchair videos mp3 mp4.



The main objective of the scheme is to facilitate special students having an ambulatory disability so that they can be assisted in their movements and contribute effectively towards the progress of the country.


Inclusive Development  Leaving No One Behind


Ambulatory disabilities are those that have an impact on one’s ambulation. This includes people who limp, who experience pain when walking, who cannot walk unaided, who use wheelchairs-canes-walkers and who walk is impaired because of a physical difference.

Ambulatory disability means a disability because of which a person:

  1. Has a physical and permanent disability to such a degree that the person is unable to move from place to place without the aid of a wheelchair;
  2. Is not able to cross curbs because of paralysis or loss of function of the person’s legs;
  3. Is missing one or both legs; or
  4. Has a permanently impaired or unsteady gait that makes it impossible or impractical to walk as a means of transportation.


  1. The execution and operational phases would be looked after by HEC, by ensuring that the distribution is being made transparently and on merit to those students, who fulfill the eligibility criteria for the program.
  2. Based on the criteria, the list of students declared eligible to receive the wheelchair would be shared with the respective universities. The student would also be informed via email and a letter addressed at his residential address to collect the wheelchair through the University’s relevant department. The Universities via HEC Regional Centers would be responsible to deliver the wheelchair to the concerned student and forward a receiving to the HEC in this regard.
  3. The details of the vendor would be shared with the student so that any repair or service during the warranty period may be made immediately and free of cost.

Sindh Province:

The ceremony has been organized at Liaquat University of Medical & Health Sciences, Jamshoro on 30th October 2019. Chief Guest was Dr. Azra Fazal Pechuho, Health Minister Sindh. A total of 17 wheelchairs were distributed among 11 males and 06 females of eight universities of Sindh.

Balochistan Province:

In progress

Punjab Province:

The ceremony took place at Old Chief Minister House, 90 Shahrah-e-Quaid-e-Azam, Lahore on 25th November 2019. Raja Yassir Humayun Sarfraz, Minister Higher Education was the chief guest. 82 wheelchairs were distributed among special students out of which 56 were males and 26 were females.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province:

In progress

Azad Jammu & Kashmir Province:

In progress

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