Pakistani student wins international award
Daim Asif Raja, a PhD student of Karachi University, has made the country famous by winning an international award in Qatar.
Daim Asif Raja, a PhD student at HEJ Research Institute of Chemistry, Karachi University, recently competed in the poster competition for a travel grant from the American Chemical Society and a research conference organized by the American Chemical Society in Doha, Qatar. Achieved third position.
A spokesman for the International Center for Chemical and Biological Sciences (ICCBS), Karachi University, said on Monday that student Daim Asif was pursuing a PhD at the HEJ Research Institute under the supervision of Dr Imran Malik.
According to the spokesperson, this promising student of HEJ Research Institute has secured the third position among 250 poster presentations while 800 people from all over the world were participating in this global conference. According to the spokesperson, Angela K. Wilson, President of the American Chemical Society, presented the prizes to the successful students, while the 2016 Nobel Prize winning scientist Professor Fraser Stoddart was also present on the occasion.
Ali Daim’s poster was titled ‘Use of Polyethylene, Stabilized Silver Nanoparticles as Per Calcium Metric for Permethrin’.
Prof. Dr. Muhammad Iqbal Chaudhry, Head of International Center for Chemical and Biological Sciences, Karachi University and Coordinator General of COMSTEC, while congratulating Daim Asif on his achievement, said that this achievement is in fact a recognition of the potential of Pakistani youth. The presence of talented and capable young scholars in Karachi University is a source of pride for the institution.
Shaykh-ul-Jamia Karachi Prof. Dr. Nasira Khatun and Patron of the International Center and former Federal Minister for Science and Technology Prof. Dr. Ata-ur-Rehman also congratulated the talented student on his achievement.