Pakistan is blessed with thousands of talented and extremely intellectual talent, signalling towards a bright future for the country. We don’t have to travel too far back in time to realise the amazing accomplishments of its young talent. In fact the last few years have been surprisingly outstanding for its achievers, and it’s clear that the new generation is pioneering the future success of Pakistan.
One such example of outstanding achievers, are the Syedain siblings, hailing from Gujranwala. They have done Pakistan proud by becoming the youngest Microsoft Certified Professionals in the world.
Born on 1st June 2002, Rooma became the world’s youngest Microsoft Certified professional. She gained and achieved many of the Microsoft certified modules, including the Microsoft Certified Information technology professional, Microsoft Certified Technology Specialists and Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate, along with 15 months experience in the networking field.
Rooma’s younger brother, Inam Ali Syedain, has taken another leap forward to beat his sister’s record as the world’s youngest Microsoft Professional of the world. He is the world target record holder, a Microsoft certified Information technology professional, also becoming a Microsoft certified technology specialist and Microsoft certified Solutions Associate.
He is looking towards a future learning hardware programming and manufacturing, along with desiring to build Pakistan’s first space ship and building the world’s greatest super computer.
However the youngest of the Syedain siblings could not be left behind and had to achieve newer heights by beating his brother and sister to become the world’s youngest Microsoft Certified Professional at the age of 8. Subhan passed the certification on the first attempt while studying in Class 1, going on to become a Microsoft record-holder – an Information Technology Professional and Solutions Associate.
Their achievements have led to both national and international interest, and the 3 youngsters have attained much-earned respect and acknowledgement. Their efforts have also been recognised and have been rewarded by Pakistan’s Prime Minister. The Prime Minister has awarded them scholarships for their entire educational journey, helping to achieve the goal they have set themselves.
Rooma and her brothers however realise that becoming record holders of this calibre, they have honoured their country, and allowed Pakistan’s hidden talent to be recognised all over the world. They have vowed to help better shape the future of Pakistan, hoping that each child is able to fulfil their full potential and take the country forward into a brighter future.