Karachi’s Bagh-i-Jinnah was abuzz with excitement as a multitude of aspiring computer scientists and IT enthusiasts gathered for the Bano Qabil 2.0 scholarship program’s aptitude test. Organized by Jamaat-i-Islami in collaboration with Al-Khidmat, the event attracted a massive crowd, estimated to be nearly one hundred thousand attendees. While various activities unfolded simultaneously, those who had registered for the one-hour test eagerly took their seats.
Among the participants were individuals who had successfully completed the first phase of the program, Bano Qabil 1.0, and were patiently awaiting their graduation ceremony. Additionally, many attendees seized the opportunity to showcase their innovative projects.
However, the sheer magnitude of the event raised concerns about the logistical feasibility of conducting the tests efficiently. As a result, frustration brewed among participants due to the significant delay in commencing the assessments.