Seven students from Nepal have been selected under Huawei’s Seeds for Future program. 7 students have been selected from 256 applications from all over the country.
Prof. Dr. Shashidhar Ram Joshi, Prof. Timila Yami Thapa, Prof. Dr. Suvarna Shakya and Prof.Dr. 7 students were selected based on the interview conducted by Manish Pokharel, student’s GPA, motivation letter.
Nirman Khadka and Professor Mallik of Kathmandu University, Banshaj Paudel of Madan Bhandari Memorial College, Jatin Bhusal of Khwapa Engineering College, Riya Baidya and Nadika Paudel of Pulchok Campus and Aju Tamang of Amrit Science Campus have been selected from Nepal.
Students have received data center classes in Nepal, visited Dishhome offices to learn how FTTH Internet works, and participated in Chinese calligraphy and Chinese paper cutting workshops at the China Culture Center in Kathmandu.
UNESCO also engaged the students as part of the organization’s The Next 50 campaign. Students will also be able to participate in the first regional onsite program to be held in Bangkok from August 19 to August 27, where they will see practical applications in 5G, AI, cloud computing, metaverse and other emerging technologies. They will learn about the techniques.
In addition to this, they will be looking at practical applications of 5G and engaging in cross-cultural learning with students from 14 countries. They will also participate in the Tech for Good competition where students have to come up with original ideas to combat real-world environmental or social problems.
The winning teams of the Tech for Good project will be able to participate in the Tech for Good Accelerator Camp to be held in Singapore from August 29 to September 2. After their return, the students will visit the Huawei-built base station at Muktinath in late September.
Speaking at the event, the guests were the Secretary of the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology. Vaikunth Aryal, Chairman of Nepal Telecommunication Authority Purushottam Khanal and members of selection committee thanked Huawei for bringing such a program and wished 7 students good luck for Tech for Good competition.
Huawei Nepal board member Jason Lee also said that Huawei wants to enable talented students to get international exposure and a platform for learning.
This is the second year that the program has started in Nepal. The program was first launched in Thailand in 2008. Since then, more than 12,000 students from more than 130 countries and regions have participated in the program.
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