Education Rumina Velshi – An Ismaili nuclear engineer 12 years ago Pamir Times FacebookTwitterLinkedin Rumina Velshi Title: Director of Planning and Controls for the Darlington Nuclear New Project Company: Ontario Power Generation More About Author Pamir Times administrator Pamir Times is the pioneering community news and views portal of Gilgit – Baltistan, Kohistan, Chitral and the surrounding mountain areas. It is a voluntary, not-for-profit, non-partisan and independent venture initiated by the youth. See author's posts FacebookTwitterLinkedinShare this:WhatsAppTweetLike this:Like Loading... Share this on WhatsApp Tags: Education, Ismailies, Rumina Velshi Continue Reading Previous Gojal Educational and Cultural Association (GECA) changing cabinetNext [Book review] Karakuram in Transition More Stories Development Education Gilgit - Baltistan Iqra Fund and GB Education Dept sign MoU to expand partnership for children’s rights advocacy 3 weeks ago Pamir Times Education Featured Educational Institutions should play role in building interfaith and intra-faith harmony: Speakers 2 months ago Pamir Times Education Wo Kahani: A youth leadership program focused on gender health and education 3 months ago Pamir Times Education Featured President Arif Alvi attends the third Convocation of the University of Baltistan, Skardu 3 months ago Pamir Times Education Gilgit - Baltistan SCO and HEC organize webinar to discuss internet connectivity issues in AJK and Gilgit-Baltistan 3 months ago Pamir Times Education Gilgit - Baltistan Vice Chancellor KIU visits Aga Khan Schools, appreciates help to university students during pandemic 3 months ago Pamir Times 17 thoughts on “Rumina Velshi – An Ismaili nuclear engineer” We are proud of her … Wonderful achievement………. proud of her. Why You ppl are projecting only Ismailis?You should be broad minded but what i feel here is that all of you are self-projecting Gojal and Ismailis. @ Athar I appreciate your candid expression. The reasons are; 1. More than ninety percent of PT readers belong to Hunza/Gojal, a pre-dominently Ismaili region 2. It is important to project personalities who have achieved differently. And i just thougth that is not common for women to be in Nuclear engineering in our part of the world. So, this might inspire some young mind to opt for peaceful use of nuclear energy. regards Nur Struggle leads you to become leader whatever you are so struggle for your vision and become leader of this great community of Ismailis Rehmat Karim Sost Athar Ali I do agree with U but 2 agree with Nur All the community is proud of your achivement Masud Montreal It is a marvelous achievement.Rumina is a tremendous role model for all young Muslim women. We have to realize our potentials and enhance our knowledge so that one day we can stand in the queue of leading a population towards a better world and play our part in the development of humanity. Mervelous achivement….our community proud of her. Rumina… we are all proud of you may mowla fullfill your all wishes and protect you for future…. Apart from Ismaili community evry women should be proud of her. She is a role model for every women and she says to girls aspiring into any job, and quotes Eleanor Roosevelt: “A woman is like a tea bag, you don’t know how strong she is until she gets thrown into hot water.” Just like setting and pursuing goals, do not underestimate your potential and look for opportunities that push you outside your comfort zone. Tnx Ejaz She should come to Pakistan and solve our Power breakdown issue Hakim Ali Velshi Another Ismaili one should proud of http://edition.cnn.com/CNN/anchors_reporters/velshi.ali.html http://www.alivelshi.com/ Hakeem proud to be an Ismaili jalal gojaly zulfiqar abad gilgit Great, I think this is again the Fatimid Period if Ismaili history and we proud to be ………… No doubt, we all are proud Velshi Excellent paredgim for all of our community and especially for the women. I appericate and honor your position. Comments are closed.