Mr. Hanan Ali Abbasi (President)
Hanan Ali Abbasi has become the first ever Pakistani ‘Commonwealth Youth Award holder’ in the field of “Democracy and Human Rights from the young achievers around the 54 Commonwealth countries. Mr.Abbasi has rendered outstanding services at national level in the arena of social work, literature, broadcasting, youth guidance & development at very early age. He did Masters in Literature and has authored two Urdu books “Zameeni Sitaray” and “Cheen Say Bartania taq”. He has been given welcome opportunities to officially visit China, Hong kong, United Kingdom, Iran and Sri Lanka.Web: www.hanan.pk
Mr. Aamir Atlas Khan (Vice President)
Mr. Aamir Atlas Khan is a Pakistani professional squash player. He is the nephew of former world champion, Jansher Khan. He is currently ranked 15th, his highest ranking, and is the No. 1 Pakistan squash player. Aamir won a silver medal in individual event at the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou, China.
Mr. Haroon Tariq (Youth Speaker)
Haroon Tariq is a current holder of four world records, highest number of world records by a single individual related to O/A levels. He scored 23 A grades in O levels which is currently the highest in the world. His mind-blowing achievement of scoring 39 A grades in Cambridge International Examinations (CIEs) resulted in him recieving “Outstanding Cambridge Learner Award” from Univesity of Cambridge. He is also a “Youth Speaker” at National Youth Assembley in Pakistan. National Youth Assembly is a leading national mock parliament and youth think tank which is acknowledged by related Government of Pakistan.
Mr. Ibrahim Shahid (Youth Ambassador)
Ibrahim Shahid belongs to Islamabad who made headlines in national/international media by smashing a world record by getting 23 A grades in GCE O Levels. Ibrahim is a patriotic Pakistani with a crystal clear vision of life, and packed with spirit of serving humanity. He is determined to serving from the platform of the National Youth Assembly.
Rai Haris Manzoor (Child Ambassador NYA)
A Pakistani student Rai Haris Manzoor has made a new world record by passing the O-Level examination of the University of Cambridge at the age of nine years. Rai Haris Manzoor of Rawalpindi was born on August 16, 2004. He passed the O-Level exam in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. Chief of Army Staff, General Raheel Sharif congratulated the high achiever Rai Haris Manzoor, for record result in O- level exam at the youngest age of only nine years. On his request, COAS also permitted him to spend a day with Pakistan Army in the field as Youngest Captain ever. Mr. Haris is serving as “Child Ambassador” in the National Youth Assembly.