Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructure Bursary Programmes 2020

Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructure’s 2020 Bursary Programme for South African Degree or Diploma Students In Various Field of Studies
True to its own name, Limpopo’s Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructure’s main mandates are centred in facilitating and coordinating provincial government building’s infrastructure’s provisions as well as managing provincial lands and buildings.

Additionally, the Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructure of Limpopo also helps in promoting easy accesses and safe people’s movements in order to realise its grand vision to be the leader in the provision and management of provincial land, buildings and roads infrastructure. To maximise the likelihood of reaching this grand vision, the Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructure continually ensures that it optimises the required infrastructure resources effectively.

As a part of the department’s work values, the Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructure always works on answering people’s questions on the Limpopo’s infrastructures or the Expanded Public Works programme that it initiates. Furthermore, the Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructure’s other values, such as accountability, integrity, and professional ethics, drives its whole programmes, including the bursary programme as discussed further in this article.

The Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructure’s Bursary Programme’s Schemes and Requirements
The Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructure’s bursary programme’s scheme is rooted in Limpopo province’s qualified Engineers’, Technicians’, and other equally skilled workers’ shortages. Therefore, the bursary fund is prepared in order for the recipients to serve and help establish, maintain, and manage the Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructure for one year times the sponsored study years.

In the end, those bursary recipients will help the Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructure both to raise and develop skills and competencies and to be ambassadors of South Africa’s economic growth, employment, and social development as noted in its main bursary purpose.

To accommodate these needs, the Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructure will pay the bursary recipients’ registrations, tuitions, accommodations, books, and meals-based fees during the recipients’ study periods, as long as there are proofs of institutions’ registrations and institutions’ statement of accounts that are submitted by the recipients to the Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructure.

Bursary applicants should also keep in mind that failures in achieving satisfactory academic results that result in their repeat subjects or years should be self-funded. In some cases of the bursary agreement’s violation, the bursary should be re-paid in full amounts, including the entire compound interests.

In order to be eligible to apply for the Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructure, applicants should possess these following criteria:

  • Be South African people who study or want to study a degree or Diploma-based programme in any of South African’s Universities or Technikons in these following field of studies:
    • Engineering (Building, Mechanical, or Electrical).
    • Quantity Surveying.
    • Architectural Science or Landscaping.
    • Asset Management.
    • Information Technology or Management.
    • (Special Note: Final-year Higher Learning Institutions’ students can also apply).
  • Intend to apply for the bursary for the next academic year.
  • Obtain an NTC 3 or a Grade 12 with Mathematics certificate.
  • Be people from the target groups (preferable).

How to Apply for the Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructure’s Bursary Programme
The Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructures’ bursary application form can be downloaded by clicking on the “Application Forms” letter in its official bursary portal. This application form should be completed correctly, along with the entire required documents as stated on above points.

Alternatively, applicants can also use the opportunities in various career exhibitions, newspaper and radio advertisings, or visiting educational institutions, in which they’ll be able to reach out to the Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructures’ needs of bursary students in their selected programmes or learning areas.

After sending their application packages, applicants can wait for further selection phases’ information by the Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructure’s Training Committee. The Training Committee will inform shortlisted candidates of the meeting places and next application steps’ schedules before those shortlisted candidates can receive written notifications of the bursary contract and be appointed as the Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructure’s bursary recipients.

The Closing Deadlines for the Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructure’s Bursary Programme on 2020
Each year, the Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructures’ bursary programme closes at the end of October. Visit the Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructure’s official web page for more detailed information about its bursary programme’s closing deadlines on 2020.

Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructure’s Bursary Programme-Related Contact Details
Reach out to these below-given contact details if there are more questions on the Department of Public Works, Roads, and Infrastructures’ bursary programme:

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