Islamabad: A Pakistani Student, Muhammad Usman Proves Internationally his Innovative Intelligence. Muhammad Usman has recently completed his BS Geophysics Degree from Bahria University, Islamabad.
His research has provided an opportunity through and proved that rising temperature is also increasing the earthquake frequency in northern, upper Punjab and shelf areas of Pakistan. Recently, he was invited and fully sponsored by Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and other sponsors and co-sponsors to present his research in an international workshop “Terrestrial Ecosystems under Changing Climate” along with other eminent scientists and researchers from China and different countries of the world.
This event was organized at Fragrant Hill Empark Hotel of Beijing (China) on 2-5 September 2012. The topic of his presentation was “Depth wise Seismological Response of upper Punjab Resulting from Expected De-glaciations in Northern Pakistan” and his work and idea was highly appreciated there. Currently, he is trying to highlight those areas which can be more disaster prone in future (as a result of climate change) so that we may be able to respond before the arrival of disaster not after its arrival.
Muhammad Usman also won 1st prize in “Student Research Paper Contest” organized by Annual Technical Conference (ATC 2011) in Sarena Hotel, Islamabad on 21-23 November 2011. It was hotly contested competition having representation from leading universities of Pakistan.
Pakistan Navy established Bahria Institute at Islamabad and Karachi in the late eighties. These Institutes were aimed at providing quality and continuous education up to Intermediate level, to the children of naval personnel on their transfer from one station to another and in turn to contribute to the cause of promotion of education at the national level. Over the years these Institutes grew in size and facilities, leading to the starting of BBA and B.Sc(CS) classes in 1995.
These programs have been upgraded to BBA (Hons), BCS (Hons) and MBA, MCS Programs which were introduced in Fall 1997 as ‘evening programs’ run under the management of two independent ‘Institutes’ one each at Karachi and Islamabad respectively. The institutes are known as “Bahria Institute of Management and Computer Science” short title “BIM&CS” suffixed with the location i.e. Karachi or Islamabad.