Seven Year Old Muhammad Uzair As The World’s Youngest Microsoft Certified IT Expert

Now Seven-year-old Uzair as the world’s youngest  Microsoft Certified Training Specialist (MCTS) 2013. Thank you for making Pakistan proud Uzair. Muhammad Uzair operate the computer when he was just four years old. Also he is expert in fast typing and play games with his family members. Its family members so happy and proud him and all Pakistanis proud to Muhammad Uzair.
World Youngest Certified Microsoft Professional

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8 Responses

  1. manzoor ellahi says:

    great look

  2. manzoor ellahi says:

    good looking

  3. Faur Malidia says:

    Congratulation, Uzair! :)

  4. Fayyaz Ahmad says:

    Well done Uzair ,We are proud of you,as you achieved this wonderful and amazing success in this field.May Allah keep you succeeded in every exam / field of life.We congratulate you heartily.

  5. کیا یہ اتنا ہی آسان ہے کہ بچے بھی پاس کر لیتے ہیں یا اس بچے کا کمال ہے؟

    • Aamir,
      age level ky hisaab sy test hota hay , test bohat asan hay lekin hamary liy lekinn above 10 years age ya test nahy dy sakty . is main position lena bachy ka kamal hay.

  6. Azeem says:

    Kindly Just Correct his Name: its name is Muhammad Huzair Awan. That’s a professional MCQs test which is not defined by age but its same all for us….Its proud for us…being a Pakistani we are the best..

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