NASA engineer Hibah Rahmani encourages young Pakistani women to pursue space science careers

Architect Hibah Rahmani, a Pakistani-US national who is working at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa), USA, has asked young lady understudies to seek after their vocation in space science as there are open doors for capable young ladies to try to achieve the impossible.

She was tending to a class at the Punjab University’s Institute of Social and Cultural Studies composed as a team with the US Consulate Lahore and the Lincoln Corners Pakistan on Friday.

ISCS Director Prof Dr Rubina Zakar, US Consulate Provincial Coordinator Alumni Affairs Jamal Ghazanfar, US Consulate Deputy Public Affairs Officer Elizabeth Lee, employees and understudies were available.

Hibah Rahmani talked about the ebb and flow explore being done in the field of room sciences at Nasa. She said it was a hint of something better over the horizon that Pakistani young ladies were approaching in different fields of science and building.

She stated: “Issues and disappointments come yet that could turn into a chance if the understudies keep on accomplishing their objectives and buckle down. Young ladies must think beyond practical boundaries and never surrender. Young lady understudies should remain concentrated on their objectives and dreams and in the long run they will discover achievement.”

She chips away at nonessential dispatch vehicles and rockets. She gives specialized skill, pursues dispatch vehicle testing, performs information surveys and gives specialized evaluations of designing issues.

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