Qatar University’s imaginative secondary school effort venture Life is Engineering Project (LIEP) finished its fifth cycle with its customary last race at Lusail International Circuit and a service on June 19 to praise the winning groups.
It was likewise an open door for the College of Engineering (CENG) to respect the venture’s backers QAPCO, Raytheon, and Exxonmobil (Gold patrons) and Rasgas, Qatar Shell and Dolphin Energy (Silver supporters). This current year’s LIEP was held in organization with Qatar Motors and Motorcycles Federation (QMMF) and Wiliams F1.
Of the 7 schools that made the finals out of 15 that took part in the task, the group from Tarek canister Zeyad Independent Secondary School for Boys set out away as the champs with a prize trek to Japan to visit the Nissan and Toyota gathering autos. Second and third-put champs were Jassem container Hamad Independent School for Boys, and Omar canister Abdulaziz Independent Secondary School for Boys individually.
Likewise partaking in the finals were Al Forqan Independent Secondary School for Boys, Mosab canister Omair Independent Secondary School for Boys, Mohammed container Abdulwahab Independent Secondary School for Boys, and Ahmed receptacle Hanbal Independent Secondary School for Boys.
The festival occasion was went to by QU Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer Dr Homaid Abdulla Al-Madfa; VP and Chief Academic Officer Dr Mazen Hasna; College of Engineering Dean Dr Rashid Alammari; QAPCO Learning & Development Manager Eng Abdulla Ahmad Naji; Raytheon – Integrated Defense Systems VP Mr Yezen Munir; Rasgas Commissioning Manager Mr Taleb Al Athba; Exxonmobil Qatar Inc Project Specialist Mr Khalid Al-Sulaiti; and Qatar Shell Research & Technology Center QSTP-LLC University Collaboration Manager Ms Maha Sultan AL-Mannai.
In his comments, Dr Al-Madfa saluted the groups, saying, “This task has kept on drawing in optional school understudies to the science and building field of study, and has served to raise the enthusiasm of numerous to distinctive designing majors”. He likewise thanked the backers, LIEP sorting out panel and the taking part schools.
Dr Alammari noted that the College dispatched the task a few years prior to captivate the biggest conceivable number of Qatari understudies in science and designing exercises to persuade them to
seek after those fields as a vocation keeping in mind the end goal to help bringing Qatar National Vision 2030 to reality. He included: “To date we have affected the lives of 750 understudies in this task and hope to keep on drawwing considerably all the more as Qatar’s advancement obliges builds in all parts. We are overall set to sustain and aide youthful ability in that bearing”.
Mr Munir said: “We at Raytheon are glad to join forces with QU as the gold patron for this occasion. While this was a rival among different secondary schools, to all of us the understudies that
took part are champs, there were no failures. The objective is at last to tell understudies that math, science and building is fun. Surely this occasion helped the understudy understand that. We support more understudies to get amped up for designing, science and math so they can assume a huge part in Qatar 2030 vision”.
Mr Al-Sulaiti said that Exxonmobil Qatar’s association with Qatar University and the College of Engineering is a to a great degree profitable one to the organization and one in which they are exceptionally glad.
“It is dependent upon associations like our own – and those of our scholarly accomplices – to cultivate an era of specialized masters and pioneers who can include esteem mainly, and contend comprehensively. The Human Development Pillar of Qatar’s National Vision 2030 plainly highlights this commitment – and we at Exxonmobil Qatar hold to this goal in the majority of our exercises in Qatar”.
Mr Reebeh indicated QAPCO’s longstanding association with QU in which it upholds different activities, for example, QAPCO Polymer Chair, understudy visits to its offices, and taking part in a few instructive projects. “It is a gigantic benefit to support this occasion and to backing the young of Qatar as the goal of this project is to build understudy’s mindfulness and understanding of building, and to produce energy for the fate of designing. This is essential on the off chance that we need to keep on building a manageable oil & gas industry”, he said.
Mr Al Athba noted that since 2009, Rasgas has been a pleased supporter of LIEP as a team with noticeable nearby business player, and as a worldwide vitality supplier striving for incredibleness in every last bit of its operations, its investment in the venture is characteristic of its dedication to quality training, particularly in the field of science and building, which are basic to the organization’s operations. “By taking part in and supporting this activity, Rasgas cultivates both the expert and particular excursions of our young understudies. It is our expect to furnish them with the best conceivable chances to learn, create their potential, and help them on their vocation ways as they strive for brilliance”, he included
Dolphin Energy GM Adel Ahmed Albuainain said that in its offered to backing Qatar National Vision 2030 and the National Development Strategy 2011-2016, the organization takes pride in supporting projects, for example, Life is Engineering which expects to create reasonable and scholarly aptitudes of the nation’s future architects. “All through the fruitful and continuous association with Qatar University which blankets an entire scope of exercises, Dolphin Energy has served to reinforce the connection in the middle of the scholarly world and industry and has assumed a part in creating mindfulness about the criticalness of science and designing. We esteem our association with the college and anticipate working together later on’, he said.
Ms Al Mannai said: “QSRTC-QSTP is to a great degree pleased with its long haul vital association with Qatar University and of a developing activity that is assuming a key part in building human limit, through furnishing adolescent personalities with the capacities and information needed to create a vigorous exploratory society in Qatar. Our cooperation on this activity, to push designing and science, is confirmation to our proceeded with deliberations to help encourage an information based society in Qatar, by creating long haul economical limit in union with national necessities.”
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