Taroudant - Microsoft, the American multinational corporation, has certified a five-year-old Muslim kid as an expert.
Taroudant – Microsoft, the American multinational corporation, has certified a five-year-old Muslim kid as an expert.
Ayan Qureshi, a British of Pakistani origin, has become a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), after passing successfully through “rigorous, industry-proven and industry-recognised exams.”
The little kid has scored 700 points out of 1000, enough to enable him to win the IT certification.
Quoted by Ajib, Ayan Qureshi said that the exam was “difficult but manageable.” Ayan was first introduced to the computer at the age of three by his father, an IT man.
“He sat next to me and looked at me very carefully,” said his father. Ayan told the Independent of his interests other than computer science.
“I like compasses and telescopes, but what I love most is the prisms.”
By passing the (MCP) exam, the little Muslim kid becomes the youngest Microsoft Certified Professional in the world.
According to Microsoft, when someone passes the first qualifying MCP exam, which “cover a wide range of Microsoft products, technologies, and solutions,” s/he “automatically becomes a Microsoft Certified Professional and gain access to MCP benefits.”