The young 23-year-old Pakistani student, named, Syed Faizan Hussain, has recently received the Queen’s Young Leaders Award in UK.
The talented Pakistani has been given the award as a recognition of his work for using the technology in the health services.
“I am pleased to have this award and I will keep on working to extend my leadership abilities,” Syed Faizan said.
About the award
The award is basically given annually, to the people of 18-29 age groups, from the CommonWealth countries.
It’s purpose is to appreciate and acknowledge the potential of the people, leading others towards a better and prospering future.
Syed Faizan’s achievements
Faizan has been done so many progressive works in the field of technology. He, also being tech entrepreneur, has transferred many computer programming skills to more than 200 destitute students, by teaching them.
Eventually, a talented student also remained a teacher to pass on the knowledge to others.
One of the greatest achievements of Faizan is, his initiating of the Edu-Aid application.
This app is basically about converting the sign language into a spoken language. A great system for the disabled people to facilitate them in daily life.
Also, OneHealth was the great work of this Pakistani student, which was widely appreciated.
The young champ is these days involved in introducing a tech company that will provide guidance and consultancy to the new entrepreneurs. Also it will work to encourage the small businesses.
The award ceremony was held at the Buckingham Palace in England on 30th June, 2017.
“We are glad that there youths are being recognized for their work by Her Majesty The Queen and we hope that they will get inspired in UK to work on even greater scale for the others,” Chief Executive of the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust, Dr. Astrid Bonfield, CBE said.
The only Pakistani winner
However, Syed Faizan Hussain was the only Pakistani who received the award among the other winners of the CommonWealth nations.