Beaconhouse National University (BNU)

School of Computer and IT Hosts Dynamic Final Year Project Showcase

The School of Computer and IT at Beaconhouse National University (BNU) hosted its eagerly awaited Final Year Project Showcase, spotlighting the groundbreaking work of 23 graduating students from the Computer Science and Software Engineering programs.

The event celebrated a range of innovative projects employing cutting-edge technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Generative AI, Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Cybersecurity, and DevOps. Each project was a testament to the students’ commitment to harnessing advanced technological tools to solve real-world problems. Their achievements highlighted BNU’s emphasis on cultivating technical expertise and creativity. The showcase featured the presence of esteemed guest of honor Prof. Dr. Naveed Malik, along with notable industry leaders like Mr. Abdullah Dawood from NetSol, Mr. Zeeshan Jamil, Mr. Hammad Amjad from Ibex, Mr. Shahbaz Ali from INDEX Holding, and Mr. Sumama Zaeem from Stealth Mode. These prominent figures were joined by academic luminaries from UET and FFCU, creating a vibrant atmosphere of learning and networking. The event provided a platform for the students to demonstrate their skills in AI and related fields, with projects addressing challenges ranging from object detection to poverty alleviation, reflecting their innovative approaches and technical prowess. The highlight of the showcase was the award ceremony, hosted by chief guest Mr. Ayub Ghauri, Executive Director of NetSol Technologies, with the presence of distinguished alumni adding to the event’s prestige. The Best Final Year Project Award went to Ibraheem Omer and Huzaifa Ejaz for their "Social Sense" project, a GenAI-powered classifier for multilingual social media comments. The Runner-Up Prize was awarded to Umair Ali Khan and Muhammad Fahad for "Shot Sense," an AI and GenAI-powered batting coach app. The Best AI Research Project Award was presented to Wahab Sami, Fatima Abbas, and Mohsin Sabir for their innovative work on predicting malaria outbreaks in South Asia and Nigeria. The event underscored the students’ ability to push the boundaries of technology, showcasing BNU's role in nurturing future leaders in the tech industry.

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