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NUST Graduates among 9 Pakistanis to make it to the 2018 Forbes Asia’s ‘30 under 30′ list
Muhammad Asad Raza and Abrahim Ali Shah, Electrical Engineering graduates from NUST College of Electrical & Mechanical Engineering (CEME), Rawalpindi, have been featured in the 2018 Forbes Asia’s ‘30 under 30′ list for their healthcare venture Neurostic.
Every year Forbes picks 30 game-changers who are driving change in Asia. 
Asad and Abrahim started Neurostic, a medical devices company, in their senior year of Electrical Engineering, to develop next generation clinical decision support systems and digital health monitors. After graduating in 2016/17, they started development of affordable prosthetics for the Pakistani masses.
Neurostic has won numerous national and international awards; including Asia Pacific ICT Alliance Award 2016, Global Student Entrepreneur Award 2017, IEEE Maker Project of 2017 in Health & Safety and IEEE Computer Society Student Challenge 2017. They have rolled out 3 products, generated revenues of over USD 50,000 and today, their start-up is completely self-sustained. They are in talks with the world's largest humanitarian organisation to beta test their products.
NUST is proud of our brilliant entrepreneurs, for having won this coveted place in the Forbes Asia's 30 Under 30. Asad and Abrahim will be at the Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit in Hong Kong in July 2018.
National University of Sciences and Technology H-12, Islamabad, Pakistan