After making the entire country proud by defeating arch-rival India in the T20 World Cup on Sunday, Pakistan captain Babar Azam has now won hearts by announcing the ‘Muhammad Azam and Saya Scholarship’ in collaboration with Noon.
The Rs. 2 million scholarship, named after his father, who played a significant role in shaping Babar into the man he is today, and Saya Corporation, is aimed at young boys and girls from sports-related backgrounds.
Umair Chishti, General Manager Noon Pakistan, confirmed the news, saying, “Babar’s partnership with Noon really advances our mission to radically change the way people learn in Pakistan.” This will enable us to provide high-quality education in every corner of the country.”
Talha Rehmani, CEO and Founder of Saya Corporation Global Sports Group, was overjoyed with this collaboration and stated, “I am overjoyed with our partnership with Noon because it allows us to build role models for our youth.” This paves the way for Saya Corporation’s vision of positively impacting Pakistan’s future.
Noon Pakistan is an online learning platform that provides daily live classes for O&A Levels, Matric, and Inter across all major Pakistani boards. In its first year of operation, it accumulated a user base of 1.6 million students, which is still growing.
Saya Corporation, on the other hand, is a well-known sports management firm with offices in Pakistan, England, and South Africa. According to the company’s statement, it has mentored players such as Babar Azam, Mohammad Rizwan, Shaheen Afridi, Shadab Khan, Rassie van der Dussen, and many others.