Pakistani Madrasa Students Qualify For The Final Round Of Turkey’s Biggest Tech Festival

teknofest 2020

Turkey’s biggest Technology and Space Festival, TEKNOFEST 2020, will kick off from September 22 to September 27. It is one of the biggest Tech festivals across Asia.

The TEKNOFEST Aerospace and Technology Festival is organized under the leadership of the Republic of Turkey Ministry of Industry and Technology and the Turkish Technology Team Foundation (T3). It aims at making a move of technology and transforming Turkey into a technology producing society, with the support of Turkey’s major institutions and companies.

Also, people across the globe can participate in the competition and share their technological advancement in the world.

The good news is that Pakistani madrasa Baitussalam Talagang team has also qualified for the final round of TEKNOFEST 2020.

The team of four students achieved top marks in the ‘Project Detailed Report’ phase of the competition before being selected for the finale in September.  They have qualified in the Technology for Humanity category.

The competition will be held in 23 different categories including, Biotechnology Innovation, Agricultural Technologies, Environment and Energy Technologies, Intelligent Transportation, Educational Technologies, Helicopter Design, Jet Engine Design, Efficiency challenge, etc.

This very madrasa has won many competitions in Pakistan too. They’ve participated in competitions at HITEC University, Taxila, and Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute too.

Islamic education institutions in Pakistan

Islamic education institutions in Pakistan have finally begun to enter the limelight thanks to their students’ success and talent. Known as madrasas, students in these institutions are now receiving all the latest scientific and technical education.

Jamia Baitusslaam blends the different dimensions of education in a way that enables students to achieve academic excellence along with character building. It has two campuses, one in Karachi, Sindh, and the other in Talagang, Punjab.

Actor Hamza Ali Abbasi, [who now also happens to be an Islamic preacher after leaving the entertainment industry] has also congratulated the team for their achievement.


Gepostet von Hamza Ali Abbasi am Freitag, 24. Juli 2020


Last year, Pakistani madrasa students had won a robotic competition at the HITEC University, Taxila. Meanwhile, Maaz-ur-Rehman is also a CSS-qualified Madrasa student.

We are proud of our young talent and wish them all the best for the competition in Turkey. We hope they make the country proud and change the perception of Islamic education institutions in Pakistan.


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