All the participants were amazed to see the activities of NAYS Pakistan in short span of time.
President NAYS also had discussions with head of different organizations, policy makers and eminent scientists during the meeting.
President NAYS also joined an interactive session with high school children in Johannesburg, South Africa.
The President NAYS said that national Young academies were also established in Sudan, Egypt, Uganda, Nigeria and Thailand.
The President NAYS said national academies would also make ground for collaboration among its members at national and international level, adding Young researchers of National academies would play their role in science awareness, community education, policy making and bridging the gap between academia and industry.
He said NAYS firmly believes that engaging young scientists and utilizing their capabilities by better orientation, improvisation and execution would definitely bring a remarkable boom of science and technology in Pakistan.
He said nominees can download application forms in electronic format from the website of NAYS.
This year NAYS has announced best young scientist award in Inter disciplinary Sciences, he said.
President NAYS said such activities provide a quality platform to young scientists, researchers, professionals to present their work.
The basic aim of NAYS
is to give awareness to the people about science and its benefits.
Talking to APP, President NAYS
Aftab Ahmed said its a chronological fact that science and technology has revolutionized the mode of living of mankind since its emergence, it has took humans from dark caves of ignorance and bewilderment to the resplendent and luminous horizons where skyscrapers are his astonishing creations and space race is his saga.