LONDON – Pakistanis are ranked fourth on global intelligence survey. Indeed, our country is truly blessed with such talented people around, particularly if we talk about our youth.Like we have young computer certified experts who have made the whole nation proud and they surely are the true asset of Pakistan in the field of technology.
First it was Arfa Karim Randhawa who got the title of youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) in 2004 at the age of nine. This time a six year old young boy, Muhammad Hamza Shahzad has made the history and claimed the title of being the youngest Microsoft Office Professional (MOP).
Muhammad Hamza Shahzad is the one that earned the title of Youngest Microsoft Office Professional at the age of 6 younger than Arfa.
Currently, Hamza is living in United Kingdom (UK) with his parents. He moved there in 2011 when his father had a job as a senior development Manager in a well-known company of England.
His father told, “Hamza started taking interest in technology when he was only 2 years old and got his first computer 6 months later. He started solving complex puzzles at an early age.”
The young boy is a student of class one at a local school where his teachers are very proud of his achievement.
For the sake of getting Microsoft Certification, one is expected to earn about 700 score and he scored 757 in his Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) exam which he took at the Microsoft Institute in London.
Hamza Shehzad is currently considered as Second Youngest Microsoft Certified Professional.
Luckily, the First youngest Microsoft Certified Professional is Ayan Qureshi who also belongs to Pakistan. Ayan Qureshi wonderfully cleared his exam at the age of 5 last year.
The parents of Hamza are also very glad over this achievement while they have stated that their source of inspiration and motivation was late Arfa Karim Randhawa.
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