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Hijab did not prevent Pak girls from reaching Huawei ICT Competition 2022.Achi News

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Hijab did not prevent Pak girls from reaching Huawei ICT Competition 2022.

It is generally thought that women cannot excel in their careers unless they dress like modern life, but three hijab-wearing Pakistani girls are not only heading to Huawei’s Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Competition 2022, but have also demonstrated their skills on the international stage.

After passing various multiple-choice questions and situational judgment tests, three female students of lower rank in Pakistan were selected in the regional finals held in Muscat, Oman from December 21 to 22, 2022.

The girls, along with three male partners, were selected from among 12,000 students from 135 universities nationwide who took the test.

Fatima Shafique from Mehran University of Engineering and Technology (MUET), Jamshoro, Iman Yaqoob and Maryam Fareed from Lahore Women’s College Women’s University (LCWC), all girls wearing hijab, were selected for their skills in the ICT sector. Competition for Huawei.

The three girls expressed their gratitude to Huawei Pakistan for their association with APP for providing them with a global platform and necessary training to improve their ICT skills to compete in the mega event.

They said that their professional career is just beginning. He said that they were offered an internship program by Huawei Pakistan which would help them to polish their ICT skills and make great progress in their practical life.

We are making great progress in the field of technology by dispelling the assumption that wearing hijab can be a hindrance to their professional life, he said, and hijab will not be a hindrance in this regard.

Shunli Wang, vice president of Huawei Middle East and Central Asia, told APP that his company is working on “empowering women” by providing equal opportunities to female students in the region.

He said that there are 15 teams consisting of 45 students from 11 countries, of which 19 girls have been awarded the “Women in Tech” award for demonstrating their ICT skills.

He said that the new initiative will help bring women into the mainstream of society professionally and economically, apart from opening up new opportunities.

Shunli Wang continued, “Huawei is committed to supporting and nurturing young ICT talents in the region. Through this mega event, Huawei aims to empower young people to develop their ICT skills, thereby contributing to the talent ecosystem and accelerating digital economies.

“We believe that open collaboration with our partners in the public and private sectors, alongside the academy, will enable young people to develop their ICT skills and encourage them to participate in achieving their country’s national goals and vision.” “

He further announced that the competition is one of the many corporate social responsibility initiatives that Huawei has carried out to train the current youth in the ICT sector in the region. In the year Since its inception in 2017, more than 80,000 students have participated in the region, and each year has seen remarkable growth in students, he said.


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