11 Feb

Achievements of Pakistanis in 2015

Success at the global technology competition

Mariam Adil, a name famous for all, won the Clinton Global Initiative after competing against 1000s of students. She successfully presented her idea of video games by introducing various related concepts to the developing world.

Aerodynamic car manufactured by the students of COMSATS

With a continuous effort of over five months, the students and the faculty members of the Mechanical Engineering Department (MED) of COMSATS, Sahiwal campus manufactured a one seated environmental friendly aerodynamic car in January 2015.

15-year-old wins $1.2m Dota2 Asian Championship

The child prodigy, Sumail Hasan, after being moved to USA, was picked up by an e-sports team to mesmerize the world with his genius talents helping his team win the Dota 2 Asian championship in China during February 2015. The team got prize money of $1.2 million.

Malala was named among most influential people in Britain 2015

The youngest person to win the Nobel Peace Prize, Malala, was a Pakistani who was nominated amongst the Philanthropists and Activists in Britain. Other famous personalities included the Prince Henry of Wales and Emma Watson.

14-year-old participated in US Skiing competition

Being the survivor of the earthquake that hit Pakistan in 2005, InshaAfsar succeeded in competing for a top position for the US Skiing competition, Paralympic Alpine National Championships. She was one of the 138,000 people injured in the devastating earthquake

Youngest certified hackers

5 year old Ahmed along with his14 year old sister, Musfira, earned the title of youngest certified hackers as put forward by the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH). They cleared the exam with flying colors.

Hamza won Asian Snooker Championship

Hamza Akbar became the second Pakistani after Muhammad Yousuf to beat an Indian opponent Pankaj Advani 7-6 in Asian Snooker Championship held at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

A new world record set in O levels, IELTS

11 year old, SitaraBroojAkbar, excelled at passing six O Levels subjects. She holds the title of being the most youthful Pakistani competitor of the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), scoring 7.5 in the testing framework.


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