PSUT students win first and third place in ‘seeds for the future’ competition

(Photo: PSUT website)

AMMAN — Students from Princess Sumaya University of Technology have won first and third place in the "Seeds for the Future 2021" competition organized by Huawei International, in collaboration with the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

Students from the university also won ninth place and tenth place in the competition. In all, 50 students from eight local universities took part in the competition that was supervised by Amar Odeh, a professor at the PSUT.

President of the university, Dr. Mashhur Al-Rifai, congratulated the winners and their supervisors for this achievement, and praised their efforts and enthusiasm towards developing their skills and knowhow.

Rifai said that the university, under the guidance of Her Highness Princess Sumaya Bint Al-Hassan, president of the board of trustees, was sparing no effort to provide students with every opportunity to participate in local and international competitions to prepare them for the job market.

The competition, conducted remotely, aimed to enhance and develop the skills of participants in ICT, artificial intelligence and cloud computing.

The competition is a program aimed at sharing knowledge and promoting young Jordanian talent in the ICT sector and contributes to developing the skills of workers in the field through cooperation with international institutions and companies.

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