When we talk about the history there are many of things that rushes in our mind but here we are talking about the PAKISTANI ENGINEERS who gave us so much to learn. Well the list might help us to get the answer to my question, "Who are the most famous engineers from Pakistan?"
Abdul Qadeer Khan
Abdul Qadeer Khan, NI, HI, FPAS, also known by some in Pakistan as Mohsin-e-Pakistan, more popularly known as A. Q. Khan, is a Pakistani nuclear physicist and a metallurgical engineer, colloquially regarded as the founder of HEU based Gas-centrifuge uranium enrichment program for Pakistan's integrated atomic bomb project. He founded and established the Kahuta Research Laboratories in 1976, being both its senior scientist and the Director-General until his retirement...
Amir Muqam, is a Pakistani politician, national conservative, and mechanical engineer who is currently serving as the Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Political Affairs since 29 October 2013. He is also the senior vice president of Pakistan Muslim League for Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa branch.
Faisal Qureshi is a Pakistani entrepreneur, electrical engineer, and founder and chairperson of the non-profit organization Loose Ends Pakistan. He is also the anchorperson of several TV talk shows, including Bang e Dara on News One, Loose Ends on Business Plus, and Ankahi on Samaa TV, and formerly Breakfast at Dawn on Dawn News. He is the ex-Chairman of [email protected], the Pakistan Software Houses Association.
Imran Anwar is a Pakistani American technologist, electrical engineer, business entrepreneur, journalist, television personality, photographer and speaker. Imran Anwar founded the .pk internet email domain for Pakistan and introduced branded credit cards to Pakistan.
Imtiaz Gilani is a Pakistani civil engineer and a vice chancellor of the University of Engineering and Technology, Pakistan from 2004 till now. The University has grown leaps and bounds during his tenure and has established itself as one of the leading institutions in Pakistan. Imtiaz Gilani has also served as a Minister for Education, Information, Youth, Tourism and Culture and as the acting executive director of the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan.
Munir Ahmad Khan
Munir Ahmad Khan, was a Pakistani nuclear engineer and a nuclear physicist, who served as the chairman of the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission from 1972 to 1991. He is credited among the persons who are called as "father of the Pakistan's atomic bomb project", for their role in Pakistan's integrated atomic bomb project.
Sultan Bashiruddin Mahmood
Sultan Bashiruddin Mahmood, is a Pakistani nuclear engineer and a scholar on Islamic studies who was notoriously subjected for a criminal probe launched by the FIA on suspicions on unauthorized travel in Afghanistan prior to the deadliest terrorist attacks in the United States in 2001. Having spent a distinguished career in PAEC, he founded the Ummah Tameer-e-Nau in 1999.
Mr Raja Sabri Khan is a Pakistani aerospace design engineer who is the pioneer in Drone technology. He designed it as a flying machine to help humanity and not as a weapon of mass destruction. His unmanned aircrafts are state of the art designs used world over for peaceful purposes.