Peshawar (Khyber Mail): The ASME EFx 2024, a collaborative effort by ASME and the UET Peshawar chapter, in partnership with Matrix Pakistan, concluded successfully under the guidance of Dr. M Alam Zaib Khan, Department of Mechanical Engineering, from February 24th to 25th, 2024.

The distinguished Prof. Dr. Hamidullah, Chairman of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at UET Peshawar, graced the opening ceremony as the chief guest.

This transformative event served as a vibrant platform that brought together students from diverse backgrounds and disciplines. It provided a unique opportunity for participants to showcase their technical skills, fostering a sense of community and building lasting relationships. The ASME EFx 2024 featured a multitude of competitions, including Students Design Competitions (Robotics Competition), IAM3 (Drone Rules) oral competitions, technical poster painting competitions, and elevator pitch competitions. Each competition was meticulously designed to challenge students and propel them towards reaching their full potential.

Leading universities from across Pakistan actively participated, with notable institutions such as NUST Islamabad, NED Karachi, COMSATS Islamabad, UET Lahore, UET Taxila, and UET Mehran contributing to the event’s diverse and competitive atmosphere.

The event further enriched the knowledge-sharing experience through interactive seminars on “Emerging Technologies: Shaping our Future and Career Prospects” by Dr. Nasru Mina Ullah and “Sustainable Sparks: Illuminating Energy Conservation with Green Nudges” by Prof. Dr. Abdul Shakoor. The cultural aspect was also celebrated with an Urdu-Pashto Mushaira presided over by the renowned Pashto poet, Dr. Abaseen Yousafzai.

The ASME EFx 2024 was a true amalgamation of passion for engineering and a commitment to pushing the boundaries of what is possible, evident through the diverse skills and knowledge showcased during the event.

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