Islamabad: Pakistani students have been declared champions of the Middle East 2020 competition for Huawei Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and have secured the top two slots. Kalim Ullah, Maria Aftab, and Asadullah have won first place and qualified for the final world contest in the area technology contest.
“While we saw the full power of distance learning during the pandemic, this was a unique experience.” Maria also saw learning as the most critical part of the contest, along with ‘generous monetary advantages.’
Tens of thousands of students from Pakistan have qualified for a highly lucrative technology competition, but Huawei has chosen the top 500.
“Further reduction of the list to 150 students” was given during the preliminary round free training and simulated lessons.
Asadullah clarified that “we were among the six lucky Pakistanis selected for the local race.” Eventually, the 30 best students from Pakistan ended the final national round and selected the six top six in the Huawei ICT Middle East competition.
Team Pakistan won 20,000 dollars and work
The gathering, held almost this year, was attended by over 15,000 students and 440 universities worldwide. The final leg involved 13 teams from 27 universities that won Team Pakistan 1, plus $20,000, tablets, smartphones, and the opportunity to join Huawei Pakistan. The winners are from the National Science and Technology University (NUST) and the Mehran Engineering and Technology University Jamshoro. The victory has encouraged the students in the final round also to secure a spot.
Spellbinding and proud time
She said it was a “exciting, and unbelievably proud” time for Pakistan in her talk to Golf News, a winning team member, Kalim Ullah. Kalim, who has completed a master’s degree in Information Technology at NUST Islamabad, said: “Its is a great honor to represent Pakistan in the highly esteemed contest and to bring honor to our country.
Thousands of Pakistani students qualified for the competition but Huawei picked the top 500. They won the competition in Pakistan. “Further reduction of the list to 150 students” was given during the preliminary round free training and simulated lessons. Asadullah clarified that, “we were among six lucky Pakistanis selected for the regional contest,” the best 30 Pakistani participants were chosen for the national final round and the top six were selected for the Huawei ICT Middle East competition.
Special experience of college
The ICT competition Huawei, which began a few years ago, has received immense popularity among students at universities in Pakistan. “Two of my students attended last year and this year I have been motivated to participate” Kalim shared. The students were delighted that during the coronavirus season, the Chinese technology giant gave them a plenty of opportunities to study. “While we saw the full power of distance learning during the pandemic, this was a unique experience.” Maria also saw learning as the most critical part of the contest, along with ‘generous monetary advantages.’
The ICT Concurrence
The students enrolled in numerous preparation sessions during the tournament, and took various tests. The skills and ICT expertise were checked in most competitions but she thought that “Each stage of the contest substantially increased knowledge level.” In the last round, the team was challenged in seven hours (6 hours laboratory and one hour written examination) to solve a computer network’s topology in particular scenarios and circumstances. The student described the team as having to “establish communication between key computer networks and their various branches around the globe.”
Pakistan Team 2 have won second prize
The second award, which included Fawad Hassan of BUITEMS University of Balochistan, Umair Imran of Central Punjab University, Lahore and Saqib Hussain of Multi-School Technology was also the prize-winner of Team Pakistan 2, respectively. Special prize is also presented. Team Iraq was also second as Team Lebanon, Team Bahrain and Team Oman 1 won the eighth. Team Iraq was also second.