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Qaiser Nawab
YP4-09-KP05
Session 4, 2015
Brief Profile

Mr. Qaiser Nawab belongs to District Karak, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He was born on November 01, 1991. He received his early education from Fauji Foundation Model School, Karak. He went to Government College Peshawar for his Intermediate Studies achieved merit scholarship. He is currently an undergraduate student of BS Electrical Power Engineering at COMSATS Institute of IT, Abbottabad receiving Taleem Fund each semester. He has successfully completed a short course on "Leadership for Engineers and Technical Managers" in January 2014 from Pakistan Engineering Council Islamabad. He was selected as the Cultural Ambassador of Pakistan in U.S. and attended Saginaw Valley State University, Michigan with special focus on American History, Public Speaking, Youth Leadership and International Relations. He represented his Culture in more than 15 states of USA and gained exposure to the diversity of US culture. He attended and represented Pakistan in various International Youth Conferences including International Youth Leadership Conference UAE, Dubai. He represented his country in the Poetic Heart: "Connecting Humanity 2013" at Dubai Knowledge Village, UAE. Mr. Nawab participated in more than 10 National/International Television talk shows and has hosted more than 5 live Radio programmes and has been highlighted in many National/International Newspapers. He got admission on scholarship in a course on "Regenerative Leadership" in UPACE Centre for Executive Education, University for Peace, Costa Rica, USA. Recently, He has been selected for Preparing Global Leaders Summit (PGLS) 2015 in Moscow, Russia.

Status in Youth Parliament

Politically, Qaiser Nawab is affiliated with Green Party and Member of Standing Committee on National Security and Foreign Relations.

Contact Detail
Email: qaisernawab098@gmail.com
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