Pakistan wins four Bronze at Intl Science Olympiads


ISLAMABAD: Representing Pakistan in various International Science Olympiads in Vietnam,


Georgia, Hong Kong and Switzerland, Pakistani students have won four Bronze Medals and one


Honourable Mention for the country.


Different teams of students selected under STEM Careers Programme took part in 27th


International Biology Olympiad, 48th International Chemistry Olympiad, 57th International


Mathematics Olympiad and 47th International Physics Olympiad, said a news release. These

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annual Olympiads provide pre-university science students from around the world an opportunity


to compete in solving challenging theoretical and experimental science problems.


The 27th International Biology Olympiad (IBO) was hosted by Hanoi, Vietnam. Of four


students who participated from Pakistan in the event including Muhammad Alamgir Khan from


Cadet College Hassan Abdal, Bakhtawar Ahmad from Hamza Army Public School andamp; College,


Rawalpindi and Saffa Fatima from Lahore Grammar School won Bronze Medals.


IBO team was led by Dr Muhammad Saeed and Dr Asma Imran of NIBGE Faisalabad. The 47th


International Physics Olympiad was held in Zurich, Switzerland. The team leader was Dr Shahid

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Qamar and deputy team leader was Dr Amanur Rehman of PIEAS. Maimoon Siddiqui from


Karachi Grammar School won an Honorable Mention among five Pakistani students.


The 48th International Chemistry Olympiad (IChO) was held in Georgia. In IChO, Muhammad


Ismail from FFC Grammar School, Mirpur Mathelo, Sindh won bronze medal for Pakistan. The


57th International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) was hosted by Hong Kong. Six students


participated from Pakistan in the event. IMO team was led by Dr Sarfraz Ahmed and Dr Hani


Shakir of COMSATS Lahore.


Most of the Pakistani students invariably get scholarship for their higher studies in leading


universities of the world. The Higher Education Commission (HEC) and Pakistan Institute of

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Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS) are the joint organisers of STEM (Science,


Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Careers Programme for talented youth having


careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.


The dedication and hard work of teams leaders from home institutes including National Institute


of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering (NIBGE) Faisalabad, HEJ Research Institute Karachi,


COMSATS Institute of Information Technology Lahore and PIEAS Islamabad and members of


STEM Careers Programme at HEC in selecting and preparing these talented students and


providing logistic support played a key role in this achievement.

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