Automania Held At UET Peshawar

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The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), University of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar organized a two-day event “Automania” the other day at UET Peshawar.

Various competitions were held in the event including Speed Designing, Debates, Poster, Plain paper and Quiz competitions.

Students from UET Peshawar, University Model School, Government Frontier College, Islamia College, Islamia Collegiate School, Iran Embassy, University of Peshawar, Government College Hayatabad, Frontier Model School and Jinnah College for Women (JCW) Peshawar participated in these competitions. Engr. Imtaiz Hussain Gilani, Vice Chancellor University of Engineering & Technology Peshawar was the chief guest on the closing ceremony.

He appreciated the efforts of SAE for organizing this mega event and emphasized on the importance of “Automotives”

He suggested Dr. Sadiq Khattak (SAE Advisor) to open SAE chapters at national level in other engineering universities. Later, the VC distributed awards and certificates to the winners of various competitions.

In Debates, Marwa Saleem (FMS Peshawar), in Pro-E Speed Designing, Asim Ali & Waqar (UET Peshawar), in AutoCAD Speed Designing, Zahoor Ahmed (UET Peshawar), in Poster competition Marwa Saleem & Soha Yawar (FMS Peshawar) and in quiz competition Bilal Ahmad and Faizan Ahmed (UET Peshawar), while in Plan Paper Competition Anoosa Dildar & Muska Gul (University Model School) won first prizes respectively.

Prof. Saeed Javed Tajik, Chairman, Department of Mechanical Engineering, was also present on the occasion.

He appreciated the efforts of SAE team and said that Automania is a signature event of SAE which challenges students to enhance their academic, technical and professional skills. Dr. Sadiq appreciated the SAE event management and participation from external institutions. He also praised the SAE team for online coverage on face book and Twitter for the first time in UET Peshawar.

Source: Frontier Post