Top Ten women of Pakistan | International Women’s Day

In this article, we’ll see what role a woman in society plays, how much a woman can do for her country, and what the rights of a woman in her country are. We'll look at who the most well-known women in Pakistan are and what they've accomplished. Let’s begin to learn about this woman and her internationally celebrated day.
a collage of Pakistani women's faces

In this article, we’ll see what role a woman in society plays, how much a woman can do for her country, and what the rights of a woman in her country are. We’ll look at who the most well-known women in Pakistan are and what they’ve accomplished. Let’s begin to learn about this woman and her internationally celebrated day.

The goal of the article

The purpose of writing this article is to pay tribute to the women who made Pakistan proud and to every woman in Pakistan playing her role dutifully. I also wanted to share my thoughts about the role of women.

If a woman ever stops playing her part, the whole system of a house, community, or whole state will shatter. A woman is as important as a man, but we don’t see her that way and end up devaluing her. A woman in society deserves to be treated far better than we treat her.

Introduction of Women’s Day

The whole world celebrates March 8th as an international day for women. The purpose of this day is to honor women, appreciate the role of women in society, and remind the world about the rights of women. Women earned this day through socialism, fighting for rights, and protests.

After so many years of hard work and fighting for rights, a woman in society is still seen as just a caretaker of the house.

The role of a woman in society

A woman in society has many roles, and each one requires her to be tolerant and patient. A woman is a mother who dedicates her whole life to her kids. She’s a sister who has to let go of her wishes to make her brother’s or younger sister’s come true.

When a woman is a wife, she has to reshape her whole personality for the man she spends her life with while the man doesn’t invest equally. A daughter is born with the responsibility of her parents and lives her life with the responsibility of her parents-in-law.

A professional woman carries her professional as well as domestic roles together in order to keep her life balanced.

A woman plays all her roles dutifully, but when it comes to the rights of a woman, the whole world pretends to be dumb.

The top ten fundamental rights of women

Here are some basic rights for every woman:

  1. Right to education
  2. The right to safety
  3. Right to vote
  4. Freedom to work
  5. No gender discrimination.
  6. No domestic violence
  7. Sexual and reproductive rights
  8. Equal opportunities for women
  9. Equal wages for women
  10. Heirship

The top ten women in Pakistan

1. Tasneem Zehra Husain

Tasneem Zahra Hussain

Tasneem Zehra Husain is the woman in society who chose to study physics, a subject rarely studied by women. She’s a theoretical physicist and the first Pakistani woman string, theorist. On the other hand, she’s an author and released her first novel, “Only the Longest Threads,” in 2004.

2. Rubina Abid

Rubina Abid is a Pakistani Pashtun woman. She studied science and did her doctoral program in botany at Karachi University. Due to her hard work, she’s one of the best-known botanists.

She’s working in the Department of Botany at the University of Karachi. Rubina Abid is a 55-year-old woman in society, making it proud with her achievements and publications.

3. Benazir Bhutto

Benazir Bhutto was born in Karachi in 1953. She got her education from Karachi Grammar School. She studied for a Bachelor of Arts at Harvard and later she started her undergraduate degree at the age of sixteen, which was younger than normal.

Madam Benazir was born into a political family, so she joined her father’s political party. She became the first woman in society to head a democratic government in a Muslim country.

Above all, she’s the only Pakistani woman who is honored by Oxford University by putting her picture among the brightest students. For this reason, many seminars are still held in her name.

4. Azra Qureshi

Azra Qureshi was a Pakistani botanist who was born in Rajasthan, India in 1945. She got her master’s degree from the University of Punjab and then Miss Qureshi further studied at the University of Paris-Sud for her doctoral program.

She worked as a lecturer at Viqar-un-Nisa Girls College in Rawalpindi. One of her best achievements of hers is that she created virus-free potatoes in Pakistan.

This invention increased Pakistan’s annual potato production by 5%. She, as a woman in society, helped society economically and financially.

5. Bina Shaheen Siddiqui

Bina Shaheen Siddiqui Women of Pakistan

Bina Shaheen Siddiqui was born in 1948 in Karachi. She’s the woman in a society whose achievements as well as services make us all proud. She graduated from the University of Karachi with an M.Phil and a Ph.D. in organic chemistry.

Bina was elected to the Pakistan Academy of Sciences as well as to the World Academy of Sciences. For these reasons, she achieved ten great awards in Pakistan, including Tamgha-e-Imtiaz and Sitara-e-Imtiaz.

6. Aban Marker

Women of Pakistan

Aban Marker Kabraji is a Pakistani biologist who was born in Mumbai, India. She studied at Karachi University and later at the University of London.

She started working for the International Union of Conservation of Nature in 1988 and worked till 2021. She’s a bold woman in society as she oversees 11 county offices. She took her retirement in 2021.

7. Asifa Akhtar

Asifa Akhtar

Asifa Akhtar, a girl born in Karachi who went to London, studied at University College London for a BSc in biology. She’s significantly famous for her contributions to the field of chromosome regulation.

She is awarded the EMBO membership. She also won more awards. She’s the Director of the Department of Chromatin Regulation at the Max Planck Institute of Immunology and Epigenetics.

8. Arfa Karim

women of Pakistan Arfa Karim

Arfa Abdul Karim Randhawa was the notable youngest woman in society to make us proud. She was born in Faisalabad and raised by a Punjabi family. Arfa Karim was a Pakistani student and computer prodigy who became a computer-certified professional at the age of 9.

She was awarded the “Presidential Pride of Performance” by General Parvez Musharraf. the girl also holds the “Fatima Jinnah Gold Medal“. Unfortunately, we lost this gem in 2012 and since then we did not see anyone like her. Despite her young age, she did something no one could have done.

9. Mariam Sultana

Mariam Sultana was born in Karachi and studied there. She did her Master of Sciences in applied mathematics from Karachi University. Later, she completed her doctoral degree and specialized in astrophysics.

She completed her Ph.D. in 2012. Above all, she’s the first woman to hold this degree. She was awarded the Savy and Successful by Coca-Cola Beverages Pakistan Limited. and also published 34 research papers in international journals.

Every woman in society needs to take Mariam Sultana as an inspiration because of her dedication to Pakistan.

10. Sana Mir

Sana Mir Women of Pakistan

Sana Mir is an ordinary girl born in Abbottabad. She is one of the best Pakistani cricketers. Miss Mir got the captaincy of the team in 2009. She has played 226 matches, and in fact, she held the captaincy in 137 matches. Sana was the first woman to earn Tamgha-e-Imtiaz. This is what happens when a woman in society gets her rights.

Conclusion

We can conclude that a woman in society is as important as a man. If we give equal rights and particularly equal opportunities to both genders, we’ll see that a woman can bring credit to her nation.

All of the women mentioned above accomplished far more for their country than many men. is not just made to give birth, but she’s made to achieve everything a man can.