Many Students of Pakistan have Attained Accomplishments on the International Spectrum in their Respective Rivalries. Another Feather is added in the Victory Cap of Pakistani Students. Misbah Hamid From NUST Won the Female Engineers MOL Program 2019 and Made the Nation Proud.
Pakistan is Potentially Rich in Brainy Apprentices, by time to time it is Being Proven Globally. Misbah Hamid from NUST is an Academic Victor at International Board.
The Contest “Female Engineers MOL Programme 2019”
It was Prearranged by the MOL Group, a Hungarian Multinational Oil, and Gas Company. Following the Conquest, Misbah Hamid is valued to Engaged at MOL’s Oil and Gas Plant in Karak, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa after the Completion of her Graduation with an Electrical Engineering degree next year.
Misbah Hamid From NUST Won the Female Engineers MOL Program 2019 and Made the Nation Proud
The Competition Contained 120 female Contestants enrolled in STEM programs in 29 universities across 4 countries. Misbah was one of the three bright students selected from Pakistan and the only one from NUST. The rest of the two Pakistani contenders were from GIKI and Quaid-e-Azam University. They were up against two students from Slovakia and a further three each from Croatia and Hungary in the finals.
Misbah outshined at her task and was convened with participants from Hungary, Slovakia, and Croatia. They were assigned to come up with an all-inclusive business plan for MOL Group’s new revenue streams.
Misbah Hamid stances a leading illustration for Pakistani women in the STEM that they can accomplish anything with moral and financial support at home and educational place.
Conferring to The Express Tribune
Misbah Hamid, a brilliant student from NUST has made the nation honored by endearing an international woman in STEM competition in Hungary. It is undeniably a moment of UPRIGHTNESS for Pakistan.
Rendering to the gratified vanquisher MISBAH HAMID
“When I told my family that I had been shortlisted and would be traveling to Budapest, they were extremely proud and supportive. This was even though I hadn’t told anyone except my mother about the application and it would be my first international trip – and that too alone, My father’s exact words were: ‘I know my daughter is going to win.’ During the case study, I had to interact with people from different cultures, which was an eye-opener. Interacting with judges, which included previous competition winners, was also helpful as they shared their experiences”Misbah Hamid