For the virtual software they developed, students from the Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology took first place in Britain’s Formula Student student engineering competition.
By defeating pupils from 34 different countries, the students took first place. Students from GIK win the top spot in the Formula Student championship in Britain.
According to Ashir Junaid, the team leader for Formula GIK, his 24-member society produced the program in just two months by sacrificial labor. According to Junaid, “We are pleased of making Pakistan well-known throughout the world.”
The provincial government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is pleased of the students for flying the Pakistani flag high abroad, according to a statement from Kamran Bangash, the minister responsible for higher education in the province.