14 year old Pakistani student has won silver medal in International Environmental Project Olympiad

Islamabad: (PR) A 14 years-old Pakistani student from Peshawar has clinched silver medal in 6th International Environmental Project Olympiad recently held in, Baku, Azerbaijan.

The project presented by Muhammad bin Qasim, a class 8 student remained second among over 100 projects from 42 countries.

Qasim represented a research on a plant found in Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa province which can cure diabetes. The research was supervised by Prof. Dr. Mirza Hakim Khan and Huseyin Gursoy.

Upon arrival to Pakistan, Qasim said that success was due to efforts of my teachers and the prayers of parents.

He said that he will continue to explore for the sake of humanity under the guidance of his dedicated teachers.

At the occasion, Mr Kamil Ture, Director Education, Pak-Turk Schools said that promoting the bright Pakistani students is our mission which has helped us win 58 gold, 23 sliver and 44 bronze medals so far in the national and international Olympiads.

He said that Pak-Turk will continue to do anything to turn visions of Pakistani students into reality.

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  1. Congrats Qasim, for your accomplishments in such important field and at this age. Only youth like you are the hope of this nation, and can bring country back on track.

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