The 29-year-old man offers 100 girls free transportation to schools in Peshawar in a bid to promote education.
Many naysayers discouraged Fatima Iqbal from choosing physics, a subject area dominated by men. She has proven that 'females can achieve anything if they work hard'.
The new college is the latest in a series of developmental activities in the newly merged tribal districts.
Various public and private sector projects are proceeding in tribal areas to spur growth and development.
Medical schools in China and Russia are notorious for awarding such degrees to students from countries such as Pakistan in order to pocket hard currency.
The councils are combined organisation of parents and teachers designed to develop the education process and ensure the safety of children.
The Punjab Education Endowment Fund (PEEF) seeks to support students from the tribal districts who suffered from terrorism or are disabled, impoverished or orphaned.
The goal of the scholarship programme is 'to enhance people-to-people contacts' between the two countries, according to the Higher Education Commission.
The substandard medical education offered by some schools in these countries is endangering lives, according to the Pakistani government.
The main reason for militancy and instability in the tribal districts is that the majority of inhabitants are illiterate, say educators.