A female student of NUST became first GDE machine learning expert

In Pakistan, the females are often linked with typical stereotypes. Like women can’t compete men, they lack innovation, not capable of becoming engineer etc. And this is constantly influencing our society. Females have been getting discouraged by this stereotyping.

But, a female student from NUST Aqsa Kausar, broke all these shackles. She proved that gender doesn’t matter when one is capable enough. She has accomplished the inevitable. She became Pakistan’s first Google developer Expert in machine learning. She has made her country proud. And marked her name on Honor board of Pakistan.

Aqsa has graduated in electrical engineering from NUST. She maintained a healthy CGPA of 3.79. At such a young age,  she has ascribed so much fame in international arena. This is because of her dedication and hard work.

First, I would like to describe a Google developer Expert. It is an expert recognized by Google INC. having expertise in one or more of their Google developers products like android, web technology etc. They are also awarded by Google development expert programme.

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Aqsa is an expert of machine learning. She had already excelled a lot in machine learning before achieving this milestone. She organized different workshops like Google Dev Fest 2018 and Google cloud Next Extended 2019 which were held in Islamabad. Along with that, Aqsa participated in Google’s training session on Machine learning which was held in Singapore.

Currently, Aqsa is working with a software company Red Buffer. She has given much credit to the company. The CEO of Red Buffer was also greatly admired by Aqsa. An interview was taken from her. In which she told the viewers that Red Buffer provided her platform to excel. And ultimately becoming a GDE in machine learning,

Aqsa propagated a message for all females in Pakistan. That they have a high potential. And they should learn about this feild. As, it can bring much development to their lives and eventually to Pakistan.

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