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No One can Compete Pakistanis: Four-year-old leaves a mark on the world

Areesh Fatima becomes the youngest Microsoft Certified Professional in the world

4-year-old Pak girl becomes youngest Microsoft professional

At the point when the pandemic hit and all open air exercises were suspended four-year-old Areesh Fatima’s folks didn’t have the foggiest idea how best to involve her time. Their other two kids were more seasoned and could adjust to the online method of showing all the more without any problem. In any case, Areesh had barely invested sufficient energy in actual classes for her to handily change to online ones.

Her mom, clinical clinician Saba Farooq, thought it best for Areesh to acquire new abilities and her dad, Osama Habib, who is a programmer himself, promptly went to mechanical abilities.

The web and PCs were at that point managing our lives before the pandemic and after the Covid the meaning of the virtual world has just developed.

He started investing increasingly more energy showing Areesh data innovation (IT) abilities. Seeing her striking fitness for it, he enrolled her for the Microsoft test.

“We [are] preparing our children so they may turn into a wellspring of pride for the country and not a weight on anybody,” said Farooq.

Also, on April 16, 2021, four-year-old Areesh sat for the test and arose fruitful with 831 focuses.

“It required very nearly four months for Areesh to remember everything for the test,” said Farooq. Her girl has staggering mastering and thinking abilities, says the radiating mother. “It is an incredible second for us.”

Given that Areesh still can’t seem to gain any formal instructive preparing, her accomplishment is without a doubt striking.

Work first, play later

“Kids should concentrate first and afterward they may play,” says the youthful Microsoft proficient, addressing

The four-year-old is bashful addressing outsiders and during the test her folks were not allowed to sit with her. “So an invigilator was permitted to sit with her [during the test],” tells Farooq. Said. “It was the first occasion when she was sitting with somebody who she didn’t have a clue.”

Areesh is additionally finishing her hifz – remembering by heart – of the Holy Quran and her folks have started conferring casual schooling to her at home.

“We utilized the pandemic to show our children something exceptional,” says Farooq, adding that guardians assume a basic part in molding the fate of their youngsters.

Areesh’s different kin share a similar hard working attitude. Their folks permit brief period with electronic devices. “Our children have restricted admittance to PCs, cell phones and other electronic contraptions,” shares Farooq, adding that her other two youngsters just utilize the PC for online classes.

“A 4-year-old Pakistani young lady from Karachi, Areesh Fatima, has made a set of experiences as she has become a Microsoft Certified Professional at a particularly youthful age,” the Government of Pakistan tweeted from its authority Twitter account.

Be that as it may, neither the common nor the government instruction offices have connected, says Farooq. “Areesh is Pakistan’s pride and any acknowledgment will absolutely urge different guardians to assist their youngsters with accomplishing something for the country,” she thought.

The family has gotten a delicate duplicate of Areesh’s accreditation testament and hopes to get the printed copy soon.

In the meantime, appreciation and congrats have poured in from different corners, including the Arfa Karim Foundation and the Corps Commander.

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Media person and communication expert for over 25 years. Worked with Dow Jones News, World Bank, CNBC Pakistan, Aaj TV, ARY TV, Abbtakk TV, Business Recorder, Pakistan Observer, Online News Network, TTI Magazine and other local and world Publications.

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