Intel Announces Winners at the National Science Fair

Intel Pakistan marked the end of its national science competition by announcing the winners of the Intel National Science Fair, who will go on to represent Pakistan at the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF) 2012, to be held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.

The grand winners of the Intel National Science Fair are; ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Shiza Ghulab, Mahnoor Hassan and Bushra Shahed from Institute of Computer and Management Sciences, Peshawar.  The individual winners are; Musa Rahim Khan from Agha Khan Higher Secondary School, Chitral and Syed Shahzeb Hussain from Army Public School and College, Command and Staff College, Quetta.

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Widely attended by youth from all across Pakistan, the National Science Fair showcased more than 85 science projects submitted by young scientists from all across the nation who qualified for a place in the National Science Fair after rigorous competition at district and provincial levels including the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa which participated for the first time in 2011.

“Intel recognizes that curiosity, critical thinking and a strong foundation in math and science are necessary for tomorrow’s workforce to compete for the high-tech jobs of the future. The National Science Fair encourages high school students to embrace and explore their interests in these subjects, and pursue paths that may lead to solving the world’s most pressing issues,” said Naveed Siraj, country manager at Intel Pakistan. “With their commitment and achievement in the various science subjects, these finalists have singularized themselves as Pakistan’s top young researchers. Together with Intel we congratulate these exceptional students and commend the mentors, teachers, schools, and parents that have contributed to their success."

The National Science Fair, organized every year by Intel Pakistan in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, is part of Intel’s efforts to contribute to science education reform in Pakistan.  Projects displayed at the National Science Fair were assessed by a panel of renowned judges.

Intel ISEF, the world’s largest pre-college science competition, enables more than 1,500 young scientists from all across the globe to gather on a single platform to exchange ideas and knowledge, showcase cutting-edge science, and compete for over US$ 4 million* in awards and scholarships.


  • Shahid Saleem

    And what were their projects???

  • webinn.biz

    hmm gud its good news

  • Saqib

    Winner’s Project:
    Islamabad: 17 Years Old Pakistani College Student Shahzaib Hussain from Quetta figures out a away to produce electricity with Earth’s Magnetic Field. He said that this is the world’s cheapest way to produce electric from earth’s magnetic field. Shahzaib Hussain also invited in the US in World’s 1500 Intelligent students competition. Shahzaib Hussain studying in Army Public School & College Quetta.

  • Saqib

    Winner’s Project:
    Islamabad: 17 Years Old Pakistani College Student Shahzaib Hussain from Quetta figures out a away to produce electricity with Earth’s Magnetic Field. He said that this is the world’s cheapest way to produce electric from earth’s magnetic field. Shahzaib Hussain also invited in the US in World’s 1500 Intelligent students competition. Shahzaib Hussain studying in Army Public School & College Quetta.

    http://www.columnpk.com/shahzaib-hussain-invents-worlds-cheapest-way-to-produce-electricity-from-magnetic-field/

  • Aamir

    Very well done, but is it only the idea or can you post some photos of the project for the guidance of others – Well done keep it up.

  • mohammed k zaidi

    Please get back to me if you are or will be interested in higher education. I am proud of your contribution and wish you. Should keep working hard and get more honors. best wishes

  • Ati Ali

    all the winners are pathan and i proud to be a pathan and all pakistani’s have to be prouded to have a race like pathan’s here