KHAIRPUR: Shadab Rasool Abro, a student of matriculation and a resident of Khairpur, was given an award as well as a scholarship worth 250,000 dollars by the US State University of New York for presenting his research in the field of Bio Chemical.
Khairpur, Shadab Rasool Abro, a student of matriculation and a resident of Khairpur, was awarded and got a scholarship worth of 250,000 dollars by the US State University of New York for presenting his research in the field of Bio Chemical.
The student of Pak-Turk School said he had led a modern research in the field of Bio Chemical and also worked on a project with an amazing result. Through this project the industrial world can be made virus-free and the industrial overflow recycled, he explained.
On an invitation from the US State University of New York, Shadab Rasool Abro visited the varsity and performed a successful experiment on the basis of his research. This won him an award and a scholarship worth 250,000 dollars in the US.
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