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Younger ICT expertise from the Center East and Central Asia acknowledged at regional finale of Huawei ICT Competitors 2023-2024

Younger ICT expertise from the Center East and Central Asia acknowledged at regional finale of Huawei ICT Competitors 2023-2024


  • College students from Pakistan, Qatar, and Kazakhstan bagged the grand prizes, whereas college students from Lebanon, Kazakhstan, and Bahrain secured the primary prizes.
  • Profitable scholar groups to compete on the international finals of the Huawei ICT Competitors in China in Might 2024.

Regional – Profitable scholar groups of the regional finals of the Huawei ICT Competitors 2023-2024 Center East and Central Asia (ME &CA) have been felicitated at a grand closing and awarding ceremony on December 21, 2023, in Manama, Bahrain. Hosted beneath the patronage of His Highness Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, His Majesty the King’s Consultant for Humanitarian Work and Youth Affairs, and in partnership with Bahrain’s Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunication and the College of Bahrain, the ceremony was held on the College of Bahrain.

This 12 months, the grand prize for the Community Monitor went to a crew of scholars from Pakistan, whereas Qatari college students secured the grand prize within the Cloud Monitor, and the grand prize for the Computing Monitor was given to college students from Kazakhstan. All of the winners obtained their trophies and prizes from His Highness Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, and Steven Yi, President of Huawei Center East & Central Asia. All of the collaborating college students within the regional finals obtained internship alternatives on the Huawei places of work of their respective house nations.  

The closing and awarding ceremony of the regional finals of the Huawei ICT Competitors 2023-2024 was attended by H.E. Jameel bin Mohammed Ali Humaidan, Minister of Labor, Bahrain; H.E. Mohammed bin Thamer Al Kaabi, Minister of Transportation and Telecommunications, Bahrain; H.E Ayman Tawfeeq Abdurrahman Almoayyed, Secretary-Basic of Supreme Council for Youth and Sports activities, Bahrain; H.E. Mr. Ni Ruchi, the Ambassador of Folks’s Republic of China to the Kingdom of Bahrain; Dr. Fuad Mohammed Al Ansari, President of the College of Bahrain; Dr. Osama Alsayed, Deputy CEO, Bahrain Polytechnic; Mr. Steven Yi, President of Huawei Center East and Central Asia; Mr. Xueman, Vice President, Huawei Group; Mr. Aziz Tang, CEO, Huawei Bahrain; Mr. Eric Li, Managing Director, Huawei Bahrain; Dr. Raida Al Alawi, President, Bahrain Society of Engineers; and Dr. Jassim Haji, President Worldwide Group of Synthetic Intelligence. As well as, dignitaries of Ministry places of work, presidents, deans, and professors from regional universities have been additionally current.

His Highness Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa mentioned, “We commissioned the Supreme Council for Youth and Sports activities, the Ministry of Youth Affairs, the Ministry of Labor, and the Ministry of Schooling three years in the past to look at methods to reskill our youth, and we made it clear to our ministers that we within the army place nice emphasis on lifelong coaching and schooling. I wished to advertise contributors and enhance their expertise. I wished high-intensity, high-impact, aggressive coaching camps to assist acquire new expertise, assess talents objectively, and be able to sort out new challenges and alternatives.”

“I used to be more than happy when Huawei was one of many first corporations to reply to this imaginative and prescient and to introduce to us the Center East and Central Asia competitors, which was aligned with our course. It is a improbable begin to a superb long-term collaboration between the personal sector and the general public sector in making ready our youths for his or her future,” he added.

Steven Yi, President of Huawei Center East & Central Asia, congratulated all of the winners and mentioned, “Creating ICT expertise is crucial for the continued improvement of digital economies throughout the Center East and Central. At Huawei, we’re cognizant that the digital expertise hole impacts nationwide economies and particular person lives, and we’ve activated a variety of ICT expertise improvement packages and initiatives, together with our profitable Huawei ICT Competitors.”

“Huawei is admittedly grateful to our gracious host, Bahrain, for his or her world-class hospitality. The Kingdom of Bahrain has set a superb roadmap for an open collaborative surroundings that promotes partnerships between private and non-private sectors and academia. I wish to specific our gratitude to our companions from regional governments, organizations, and universities for his or her steady help and contribution to the success of the competitors,” Yi added.

The seventh version of Huawei’s flagship ICT expertise improvement initiative witnessed the very best degree of participation for the reason that competitors’s launch in 2017. Greater than 27,500 college students from over 600 universities throughout 21 Center Jap & Central Asian nations participated on this 12 months’s Center East & Central Asia Huawei ICT Competitors. Twenty-two nationwide closing groups, consisting of 66 college students and 20 tutors, from 11 Center Jap & Central Asian nations, together with Bahrain, Pakistan, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Qatar, Kuwait, UAE, and Oman, certified for the regional finals. These nationwide finalists participated in exams, area journeys, and workshops within the Kingdom of Bahrain from December 19-21, 2023.

The ME & CA Huawei ICT Competitors has emerged as essentially the most important and impactful initiative of its sort within the area. It serves as a necessary platform to assist nurture younger ICT college students, contributing to enhancing the nationwide competitiveness of regional nations by the event of future ICT leaders. The competitors has garnered help and endorsement from UNESCO, together with over 20 regional ministries, operators, and trade companions.

This system goals to slim the digital expertise hole within the area by arming college students with technical and sensible expertise within the newest applied sciences like 5G, Synthetic Intelligence, Cloud, and extra. College students acquire a possibility to be taught first-hand from Huawei specialists on the newest ICT developments, worldwide traits, and hands-on expertise improvement coaching at Huawei’s state-of-the-art labs, R&D facilities and amenities. This aids in making ready the scholars for his or her future careers and assists in enhancing their future employment alternatives within the ICT sector.

The total checklist for the Community, Cloud, and Computing tracks are listed beneath. The regional finalists will now take part within the international finals of the Huawei ICT Competitors, which is able to happen in Might 2024 in China.

Grand Prize

Community Monitor

  • Pakistan – Muhammad Bilal Gul and Muhammad Usman (College of Engineering & Know-how Taxila), and Zain Tanvir (Al-Khawarizmi Institute of Laptop Science UET Lahore) 

Cloud Monitor

  • Qatar – Hadieh Abdulmajeed and Mohamed Mouemel Abdallahi (Qatar College), and Saba Wynne (College of Doha for Science and Know-how)

Computing Monitor

  • Kazakhstan – Oralbay Utebay from Yessenov College, Nikolay Zhilyakov from AUPET, and Daniyal Sarsenbay from the Kazakh-British Technical College

First Prize

Community Monitor

  • Lebanon – Alain Nohra, and Raed Diab (American College of Science and Know-how), and Roudy Wahid Maroun (Holy Spirit College of Kaslik)

Cloud Monitor

  • Kazakhstan – Aida Bagaidarova and Didar Moldakhmetov (al-Farabi College); and Gaukhar Zhanel (Kazakh-British Technical College)

Computing Monitor

  • Bahrain – Natheer Zaher Jaffar Ahmed Mohammed Radhi, Ali Salman Ali Fardan, and Ali Abdulwahed Jasim (Bahrain Polytechnic)

Second Prize

Community Monitor

  • Bahrain – Sayed Mohammed Adnan, and Ali Naser Alfadhli (College Of Bahrain), and Fahad Abdulla (Bahrain Polytechnic)
  • Iraq – Bashar Qahhar Qader, and Bayar Qahhar Qader (Erbil Polytechnic College), and Bawar Zring Jalal Qadr (KOUKOYA UNIVERSITY)

Cloud Monitor

  • Pakistan – Vishal Sagar, Onkar, and Asfand Yar Jamali (NUST College Islamabad)
  • Lebanon – Wassef Talal Hijazi, and Bashar Ramzi Abou Chakra Beirut Arab College (BAU), and Michelle Robert Haddad (Holy Spirit College of Kaslik)

Computing Monitor

  • Iraq – Bayad Aram Hassan, and Brwa Shirwan Awrahman (College of Human Growth), and Adil Mohammed Adnan AL Qaba (College of Mosul)
  • Jordan – Sara Maher Khaleel Hamad, and Nizar Moh’d Khier Jamil Al Daradkeh (Princess Sumaya College for Know-how), and Ahmad Naser Abdul Kareem Ass’advert (Utilized Science Non-public College)

Third Prize

Community Monitor

  • Jordan – Mohammad Motaseem Ahmad Aabussa, Ammar Yaser Khaled Shhadeh, and Yasmeen Waleed Ahmad al Sameer (Al-Balqa Utilized College)
  • UAE – Yonathan Kiflom Michael (Khalifa College), Khawla Mohammed Alblooshi (United Arab Emirates College), and Muhammad Yousuf (Ajman College)
  • Saudi Arabia – Leen Saud N Altowaim (Arab Open College – Saudi Arabia Department), Waleed Ahmed Mohammed Alkathiri (Faculty of Telecom and Electronics), and Atheer Ayman A Aleyadhy (Princess Norah bint Abdulrahman College)
  • Kuwait – Faisal Alnwayem, Othman Muzher, and Haya Sammour (Australian College)

Cloud Monitor

  • Saudi Arabia – Amr Abdulrahman H Alanazi (Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal College), Reem Abdulrhman A Alothimen (College of Jeddah), and Abdulmalik Mohammad A Almuhanna (King Saud College)
  • Iraq – Mohammed Jumaa Sabir, and Abdalrahman Mohammed Abdaala (College of Human Growth), and Govar Dlshad Ali Mohammed (College of Garmian)

Computing Monitor

  • Lebanon – Ahmad Chehab El din, and Mohamad Mahmoud Hweidi (Beirut Arab College), and Mariam Anwar Zaiter (American College of Science and Know-how)
  • Oman – Osama Qasim Khalaf AlSaidi, Tanbir Ahmed, and Mohammed Hassan AlBalushi (College of Know-how & Utilized Science – Shinas)
  • Saudi Arabia – Ghufran Sultan M Alansari (Arab Open College – Saudi Arabia Department), Nourhan Alaa Mohamed Shawky Ibrahim              (King Khalid College), and Ghuyudh Abdulaziz F Almutairi (Princess Norah Bint Abdulrahman College)

About Huawei

Based in 1987, Huawei is a number one international supplier of data and communications know-how (ICT) infrastructure and good gadgets. We’ve got greater than 207,000 staff, and we function in additional than 170 nations and areas, serving greater than three billion folks all over the world.

Our Imaginative and prescient and mission is to convey digital to each individual, house and group for a totally related, clever world. To this finish, we are going to drive ubiquitous connectivity and promote equal entry to networks; convey cloud and synthetic intelligence to all 4 corners of the earth to supply superior computing energy the place you want it, whenever you want it; construct digital platforms to assist all industries and organizations grow to be extra agile, environment friendly, and dynamic; redefine person expertise with AI, making it extra personalised for folks in all elements of their life, whether or not they’re at house, within the workplace, or on the go.

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