Pakistan is brimming with young, zealous people who are channeling their positive energies towards creating innovative solutions for our most pressing issues. At TechJuice, we have always taken pride in promoting Pakistan’s extraordinary youth who are accomplishing tough milestones against all odds. This is where TechJuice 25 Under 25 comes in.
What is TechJuice 25 Under 25?
To simply explain, the ‘TechJuice 25 Under 25’ feature identifies 25 high achieving individuals in technology, entrepreneurship, digital media, and activism under 25 years of age.
Three years ago we started this list and it has since become an annual feature which has been graced by some of Pakistan’s remarkable young people.
Who is the sponsor?
This year, University of Central Punjab, a leading university of Punjab with a state-of-the-art business school, is the exclusive partner of this series. Founded in 2002, University of Central Punjab has emerged as a one of the leading destination for business and computer science related courses. Their most recently incepted incubator, Tech2.0, aims to transform the educational experience of students by helping them gain practical experience in business, entrepreneurship, and technology field. The incubator houses several startups started by University of Central Punjab students.
How to apply?
This year we have, once again, set off to find 25 outstanding people who are making an impact either nationally or internationally in the technology arena. The nomination process is very simple and is split two ways: you can either nominate yourself or someone you think is worthy of being mentioned on the list.
Before you nominate yourself or anyone, be sure you fulfill the following criteria:
- The nominee should be a Pakistani.
- The nominee should be under 25 years of age (as of December 31st, 2017).
- The nominee should be working in a field directly or indirectly related to technology.
- The nominee should have notable achievements for the year 2016-2017.
Some of the former honorees of TechJuice 25 Under 25 include the likes of Hassan Shahid, the co-founder of Kickstart, a chain of coworking spaces in Lahore; Mahoor Jamal, digital artist extraordinaire; Rafay Baloch, Pakistan’s top ethical hacker; Ali Moeen Nawazish, an academic prodigy turned activist; Syed Muzammil Hassan Zaidi, the creative genius behind Lolz Studio; and Syed Sumail Hassan, an expert gamer. You can read the last year’s list here.
If you think you have what it takes to be featured among the likes of the aforementioned people, apply below or go to this link!
The last date of form submission is 30th November. 2017.