Pakistani youngsters appear to be on the center of the engineering industry nowadays like a young Pakistani student went forward and won the Bronze medal at Microsoft’s Office Championship.
Waqas Ali, a student of FFC Grammar School from Mirpur Mathelo in Ghotki district, has taken part with nearly 600,000 some other students and has been able to win the Bronze Medal in the PowerPoint 2013 class. For all these 500,000 participants, Waqas Ali was the only Pakistani and the fact that the only candidate from our country won, actually says anything regarding the skill of this country.
This is what Waqas had to state about this,
“I am becoming a lot of things at this time, but many of all the, I am very pleased which I have won. This was the 1st time for Pakistan, I was the only person, and I’ve won it. Actually, no – this isn’t my personal earn; this is actually the win of my loved ones, TEC Education Foundation, my friends, for those their own huge help.”
These young geniuses appear to be on the right track to sparkle the light on the talent in our country. Only this year, we covered a story about a 6-year old Pakistani who broke the record for youngest ever Microsoft Certified Professional(yet again). The record he broke occured by Arfa Karim who became youngest MCP at the age of 9.
The lady was one more kid natural born player of Pakistan but unfortunately, she is no more along with us. There’s also a specific e-gamer who has been producing the headlines since the beginning of this year. Everyone knows him right now, as after winning an amazing amount of cash within Dota2 Asia championship, Sumail Hassan also has become the most youthful e-gaming millionaire ever by winning the Dota2 International.
Microsoft’s Office Championship is definitely an yearly occasion. This year, it had been kept at Dallas, Texas from the 9th to the 12th of August. A total of 600,000 persons took part in the first qualifying rounds however only 145 of the finest of them from 127 countries were requested to the tournament. In the PowerPoints 2013 class, Thailand won the first prize, followed by USA and then Ali along with the bronze medal. He previously self-financed his visit to Texas and it appears like his belief in his skills paid off, as he won the Bronze Medal, rewarding him with a reward cash of $1,500, a medal, a trophy and Microsoft items an HP Tablet and a Parrot Drone.