Historic as 4-year-old Pakistani girl becomes youngest Microsoft professional
KARACHI – A four-year-old techie from Pakistan's southern port city of Karachi has made history as she has become the youngest Microsoft professional.
Areesh Fatima scored 831 marks in the Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) exam at this young age, announced the Government of Pakistan in a Twitter post on Friday.
The minimum score for clearing the exam is 700 while the young prodigy broke the world record to bag the unique feat.
The father of the youngest profession told local media that he observed his daughter’s keen interest in IT while working from home during coronavirus lockdown and helper her in the test.
As the news was announced, Pakistani social media users have showered praises on Areesh over her achievement.
Pakistani girl, 8, beats Indian martial arts ... 08:13 PM | 8 Apr, 2021
LAHORE – An eight-year-old Pakistani girl has earned pride for the country at the too young age by setting a ...
- PAKvZIM: Babar Azam announces 13-member squad for second Test against ...06:29 PM | 6 May, 2021
- Pakistan allows use of airspace by Canadian plane carrying aid to ...05:53 PM | 6 May, 2021
- #MaheenHassan tops #CSS2020 – Check Final Result here05:48 PM | 6 May, 2021
- Passenger escapes Karachi airport quarantine after testing positive ...05:27 PM | 6 May, 2021
- Bushra Ansari's sister Sumbul Shahid loses battle to COVID-1903:35 PM | 6 May, 2021
- Javeria Abbasi reveals ex-husband Shamoon Abbasi is also her ...04:32 PM | 6 May, 2021
- My stepfather tried to rape me, says Eshal Fayyaz03:13 PM | 6 May, 2021