Sania Alam is the first woman from Pakistan to get the UK’s “Brain of the Year” award

Sania Alam, a brilliant woman from Pakistan, is the first South Asian woman to receive the “Brain of the Year” award from a UK-based organisation

Alam shared the achievement on Twitter stating: “I am honored to be declared ‘Brain of the Year 2023/2024’ by Brain Trust U.K. for my services in the field of education and for playing a vital role in unlocking the potential of the human brain”.

Every year, the “Brain of the Year Award” is announced by the British organisation “Brain Trust” for exceptionally smart, talented, and deserving people in the field of education. Additionally, it administers tests for candidates for this honour.

Men and women competed this year from 15 different countries, and Sania Alam was successful in taking home the coveted prize. She has received recognition for her contributions to enhancing both the higher education system and mental literacy worldwide.

Alam received the honour from Brain Trust Chairman Raymond Kane during a renowned ceremony in London. This honour had previously been granted to Pakistani author Anees Arif.

Sania Alam got the Youth Excellence Award from Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif last year. In 2021, she also earned the Lifetime Achievement Award from American President Joe Biden, who is also a Guinness World Record holder.

Written by Aly Bukshi

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