UTB honours outstanding students and alumni on Bahraini Youth Day

In celebration of Bahraini Youth Day, the university recognised students and alumni who have remarkable academic and non-academic achievements through projects that are helpful to the community and active participation in civic affairs, with university officials, academic and administrative bodies, student council members and students in attendance.

Dr. Hasan Almulla, the President, also expressed his commendation to the wise leadership of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa in upholding the role of youth as asset towards the comprehensive development and sustainability of the country, and the initiative of marking March 25th of every year to celebrate Bahraini Youth Day by the Council of Ministers headed by the Crown Prince and Prime Minister His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa. He also appreciated the efforts of His Highness Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the representative of His Majesty the King for charity and youth affairs, and His Highness Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Khalifa, first deputy chairman of the Supreme Council for Youth and Sports in motivating Bahraini youth to further excellence and creativity in serving the country.

While the university envisions inspiring more students and alumni to be the best versions of themselves, it continues to serve as an incubator for youth to enhance their abilities and scientific undertakings, give back to the community, and uplift other youth, organisations and sectors toward a shared goal – a sustainable world to live in.

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University officials, academic and administrative bodies, student council members and students come together on the occasion of Bahraini Youth Day.

UTB youth awardees for this year’s Bahraini Youth Day with Dr. Hasan Almulla, President, and Dr. Adnan Altamimi, Acting Vice President for Administration and Finance

Sayed Muntadher Ahmed Sharaf and Maria Mohammed Abdulwahab, BS Mechatronics Engineering students, put up a timely project design through the interconnection of microcontrollers via Bluetooth for more efficient defense against health hazards.

Nawal Kaleem Khan, a BS Mechatronics Engineering student, is active in curricular and co-curricular activities such as competitions, research, programs, projects and activities to hone her technical and communication skills.

Sayed Ali Yaseen Almahafadha, a BS Computer Science student, is an innovation enthusiast particularly in developing concepts on more efficient accessibility of information relating to attendance, class schedule, and the like for students, teachers and administrators.

Karam Ebrahim Saleh, a BS Business Informatics student, is passionate in conceptualising the integration of technology into business operations specifically business travel-related transactions.

Ruba Youssef Al-Omari, a BS Business Informatics alumna, has garnered 26 championships in her sports participation in Tokyo Olympics in Japan 2021, World Discus Throw, Gulf Leagues, and West Asian Championship among others.

Ali Adiby, a BS Mechatronics Engineering alumnus, has been an active motorbike racer in superbike category and achieved numerous podiums locally, regionally and internationally.

Noora Jaber, a BS International Business alumna and a former Student Council president, has contributed her passion through her book on legislative terminologies.

Muddassar Asif Sarwani, a BS Computer Science alumnus, has been very active in ICT and hackathon competitions, and is inspiring current students through cybersecurity awareness webinars, training, and consultation

Khalid Yusuf, a BS Business Informatics alumnus, has been inspiring individuals, groups and organisations as a health and fitness coach especially at the height of the coronavirus pandemic.

Zahra Abdulla, an MBA alumna, has been active in facilitating seminars and trainings to many hopefuls in line with Arabic and English language proficiency, team building and skills development among others.