Pakistani Youth Who Believe Sky Has No Limits

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Do you know that a simple girl has become the youngest Mount Everest climber? How cool is that?

A simple Pakistani girl from Gilgit-Baltistan achieved this extraordinary record which means as a national we have something worthy in our buckets.

There is no doubt the talent of Pakistani youth has been crushed for many years due to different reasons but time is proving that in terms of natural talent, Pakistanis are the most talented youth the world has ever seen.

Records in technology, sports, education, arts, engineering, politics and computer science without the availability of proper structure and facilities prove that Sky has no limits for green flag holders.

In this context I have listed out some of the most talented youth of Pakistan which has inspired me a lot and they are from diverse backgrounds, working diligently to promote a pro-Pakistan image abroad.

Arfa Karim Randhawa:

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Arfa Karim (born 1996), a girl from Faisalabad in Pakistan, who in the age of 9 years and 7 months became one of the youngest Microsoft certified Professionals (MCP’s) in the world. Unfortunately she is no more with us as she died from cardiac arrest at the age of 16.

Ayesha Farooq:

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Ayesha is Pakistan’s first ever female war-ready fighter pilot. The 27-year-old fighter, belongs from Bahawalpur, is one of the 19 women who have achieved the ranks of pilots in the Pakistan Air Force over the last decade. There are five other female fighter pilots but they have yet to take the final tests to qualify for combat.

Ali Moeen Nawazish:

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He is most notably famous for setting a record of acing 23 subjects in the Cambridge O-Level examinations. He is also the recipient of Pride of Performance award and his contributions to the field of education are immense. He has founded an organization called ‘StepUP Pakistan’, where they aim to train teachers and improve education in the poor areas of the country; a noble effort by an equally noble youngster. He truly deserves a standing ovation.

Mehak Gul:

Mehak Gul represented Pakistan at World Chess Olympiad | PakistanTribe.comMehak Gul represented Pakistan at World Chess Olympiad. Gul started playing chess at the early age of six. She is now 13-year-old and has set World Record of Setting Chess Table in 45 Seconds. The young chess champion aims to become a Grandmaster, a title conferred by the World Chess Federation.

Huzair Awan:

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Another shining star, Muhammad Huzair was also among the list of World’s youngest Microsoft Certified in 2013 and passed the test with a score of 780 out of 1000. He belongs from Lahore and passed the certification exam at the age of six-and-a-half years.

Malala Yousafzai:

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Pakistani activist who, while a teenager, spoke out publicly against the Taliban’s prohibition on the education of girls. She gained global attention when she survived an assassination attempt at age 15. In 2014 Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi were jointly awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace recognizing their efforts on behalf of children’s rights.

Moosa Feroze Tarer:

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13 years old Pakistani student, Moosa Feroze Tarer who has won gold medal in The World Online Math Competition held in March, 2012 in 11-13 years age category

More than 1.5 Million kids from 240 countries participated in this contest with Moosa surpassing all and becoming young champion of math in the world.
His parents were invited to attend the awards ceremony held in Australia along with the principal of the school.

Samina Baig:

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Mountaineer Samina Baig has become the first Pakistani woman to scale Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain with a peak at 8,848 meters. She is also the youngest Muslim woman to climb Everest, having done so at the age of 21.

 

 


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