Pakistani Student Awarded With the Queen’s Young Leaders Award in UK

Syed Faizan Hussain received the Queen’s Young Leaders Award

A brilliant student, in addition, a tech entrepreneur, Syed Faizan Hussain, received the Queen’s Young Leaders Award, from Pakistan. The 23 years old Syed Faizan Hussain documented for his work. The efforts of him which he does to help the usage of technology into health solutions. It is an annual award ceremony that arranged for the people between 18 to 29 years of age. The award arranged from the Commonwealth nations and recognised them for their leadership perspective.

Pakistani Student Syed Faizan Hussain Awarded With the Queen’s Young Leaders Award in UK

The young entrepreneur worked as a teacher over 200 students. He teaches from underprivileged backgrounds to teach them computer programming skills. Furthermore, he plans to take off a tech consultancy and outsourcing company, Venture Dart, for skilled freelancers, entrepreneurs and small businesses.

The Queen’s Young Leaders Award organised by the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust, the Comic Relief and the Royal Commonwealth Society in 2014. Faizan has founded many startups, counting Edu-Aid (a system which has an ability to translate sign language into the spoken language); and OneHealth – (a mechanism that would used for disease monitoring; furthermore tracking to assist medical institutions to work for epidemic outbreaks.

Faizan Hussain said that ‘I am pleased to get this Award and to look forward to enlarging my leadership skills. In addition, I want to engage with the people related to a number of fields, who will share their concepts and experiences.’

Syed Faizan Hussain received the Queen’s Young Leaders Award

In the course of the ceremony, Faizan was the only Pakistani to take part the list of the winners from corner to corner all Commonwealth countries. The Queen’s Young Leaders Award ceremony held at the Buckingham Palace on 30th of June in the UK. The award takes in a program of meetings, mentoring sessions, and networking opportunities all curated to help the award winners. To do something for progress as leaders into their home countries and upturn their influence on lives of people.

Earlier the award ceremony, whole winners toured 10 Downing Street (the UK Prime Minister’s House). Besides, they also took part in master classes by the side of the BBC World Service; plus Facebook’s headquarters.

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