The people of Pakistan are really talented, and this talent knows no age. The young children of this beautiful country are super creative and exceptional in their respective fields. Over the last decade, so many young children have made records that no one thought were possible. And so we have a list of 7 Pakistani children Jinhon Ney Hamara Naam Roshan Kiya.
These are not rankings, just a small tribute from team Neemopani.
Arfa Karim Randhawa
Arfa Karim was the youngest Microsoft Certified Professional who amazed the country with her brain. She was born in Lahore in the year 1995, and at the age of nine, passed her Microsoft exam, becoming the youngest person ever to have passed this exam. She paved the way for IT in the country and gave hope for the revolutionary researches that she could have made. She was also the first Pakistani ever to attend the Barcelona Developers Conference in 2006. Unfortunately, she died at the age of 16.
Aitzaz Hasan is yet another brought soul of Pakistan who, at the age of 15, while playing with his friends, saw a suicide vest. He stood in the way of that man and saved hundreds of lives that day, sacrificing his very own. His quick thinking in that moment and how he acted left us all utterly proud of him. We thank Aitzaz for his martyrdom.
Saad Ali has been crazy about sports since a very young age. He took his passion to the next level by becoming the youngest formula racer. He also got his professional certification in 2006. Because of his hard work, we know that he will bring home all the records and make Pakistan proud one day.
Haris Khan is the youngest app developer in the world. He created his app ‘Super Soccer Kick’ at 11 in 2014. This app can also be found on Itunes. Haris has always been very fond of both sports and technology. Because of this, he decided to combine the two and make an app that highlights his best interest. This young boy is the pride of Pakistan, and we can’t be any more proud of him. We are sure that he will accomplish great things in the years to come.
Babar Iqbal first showed his interest in Computer Programming when he was 5 years old. He is one of the most talented kids in Pakistan. Along with being a Microsoft Certified Professional at the age of 8, he is also the youngest CIWA aged 9, youngest CWNA at 10, youngest Microsoft Student Partner (MSP) at 11, and youngest MCTS in .NET 3.5 at 12. It is his desire to spread knowledge about technology all around the world.
Iman Qureshi is the youngest Pakistani tennis Player. She started playing tennis at the age of 10 and is now a superstar in the making. Over the years, she has gotten many awards and recognition. She is also ranked second in the list of under 18 tennis players in Pakistan.
There isn’t a person out who doesn’t know Malala. She is the pride of Pakistan, who got shot because she fought for her desire to go to school. Over the years, she has gotten worldwide recognition; gotten the Nobel peace prize award. She is also continuously working for the education of girls all over the world, especially those in third-world countries.
All these and many youngsters have made us proud. This just goes to show that if we empower our youth with better facilities and resources, there is nothing that we cannot achieve. We hope to see more of such individuals coming forward and taking Pakistan and its image to new heights.