Misbah Hamid, an understudy from NUST has made the country pleased by winning a global ladies in STEM rivalry in Hungary, as detailed by The Express Tribune.
The challenge “Female Engineers MOL Program 2019” was sorted out by the MOL Group, a Hungarian worldwide oil and gas organization. Because of winning the challenge, the twenty-year-old last year understudy will get the chance to work at MOL’s Oil and Gas Plant in Karak, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa after she graduates with an Electrical Engineering qualification one year from now.
“At the point when I told my family that I had been shortlisted and would travel Budapest, they were incredibly pleased and strong. This was in spite of the way that I hadn’t informed anybody with the exception of my mom concerning the application and it would be my first global excursion – and that excessively alone,” said Misbah while conversing with The Express Tribune. “My dad’s precise words were: ‘I realize my little girl is going to win.'”
The challenge contained 120 female candidates took a crack at STEM programs in 29 colleges crosswise over 4 nations. Misbah was one of the three understudies chose from Pakistan to contend in the finals in Budapest and the just one from NUST. The other two Pakistani candidates were from GIKI and Quaid-e-Azam University. They were facing two understudies from Slovakia and a further three each from Croatia and Hungary in the finals.
She exceeded expectations at her individual errand and was gathered with members from Hungary, Slovakia and Croatia. They were approached to concoct an exhaustive marketable strategy for MOL Group’s new income streams.
Talking about this experience, Misbah stated, “During the contextual analysis, I needed to collaborate with individuals from various societies, which was an eye-opener. Communicating with judges, which included past challenge champs, was likewise useful as they shared their encounters,” she proceeded. Obviously, she bursted through this test too and won in front of the pack in the challenge.
She remains as a prime model for Pakistani ladies in the STEM of what they can accomplish in the event that they set their focus on it and have a steady situation at home and instructive spot.