Teams from Pakistan won second and third positions in the final of Huawei Middle East Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Competition 2019. Thirteen teams comprising a total of 39 students from across the Middle East, including two teams from Pakistan, took part in the competition held at Huawei’s global headquarters in Shenzhen, China, according to a press release issued by the company here. Over the course of 2019, the competition attracted more than 21,000 student registrations from 437 colleges and universities in Bahrain, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates. This year’s final had a total of 13 teams and 20 ministries participated from countries across the Middle East.Pakistani teams stood second and third in the competition. The winning teams received special certificates and trophies at the finale, as well as the opportunity to conduct field experiments at Huawei’s specialized labs and research centers at its global headquarters, collaborating with some of the brightest minds of the industry. Team one from Pakistan included Muhammad Umar, Neeraj Harijan, and Haseeb Mehdi, while the second team featured Muhammad Salman, Syed Qazi Shameel Uddin, and Syed Kazmain.