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9 year old Indian girl becomes Microsoft Certified Professional

Discussion in 'Bing' started by nihangshah, Jan 1, 2009.

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  1. MrTeedMas10

    MrTeedMas10 Guest

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    Wow! I wish 'A Prosperous' New Year.
    SEMrush
    Oh! Although we all accept that our efforts can projects the mirror of our success. But time to time we all are compelled to think about the supreme controller of the universe. A unique success achieved by a 9 year old girl is stressing to think about. I convey my heartiest congratulations to her.

    Regards to her success.
     
    MrTeedMas10, Jan 12, 2010 IP
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  2. Aslam.seo

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    #322
    She is very intelligent, Congrats on this success.
     
    Aslam.seo, Jan 12, 2010 IP
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    wow that is very nice she is intelligent
     
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  4. ganpat

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    #324
    I agree with most of what you say. These achievements are great but nothing original is created.

    However, companies like Intel, MS and others have a lot of Indians working for them, creating products. It is just that they are under the company banner and thus don't get much credit.

    As far as creating something unique in India is concerned, it is tough. It isn't that creativity is a problem. The problem is that no one wants to buy the product because we have a bad rep. An area where the West trashes India is marketing and brand image building. Unless India catches up here, they won't be able to do much.

    Right now, many products are created by Indians and sold to companies in the West.

    Case in point: Hotmail. It was created by an Indian and sold to Microsoft.
     
    ganpat, Jan 12, 2010 IP
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    #325
    why am I not surprised?? haha
     
    cobija, Jan 12, 2010 IP
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    they sure do :cool:
     
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    #327
    Congratulations little Miss, I see a wonderful and challenging future of you living up to your incredible potential!
     
    PaulAdams, Jan 15, 2010 IP
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    #328
    its great and very interesting
     
    irfanali, Jan 16, 2010 IP
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    #329
    that's amazing !! :)
     
    omniscient, Jan 16, 2010 IP
  10. YesMoreTraffic

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    #330
    Seems like the Microsoft certification is way too easy now :D

    Look at this as well:

    Arfa Karim Randhawa (Urdu: ارفع کریم رندهاوا) (born 1996), a girl from Ram Diwali, Faisalabad in Pakistan, who in 2006 at the age of 9 years and 7 months, became one of the youngest Microsoft Certified Professionals (MCPs) in the world. [1] She held that record for about four months until it was broken by the Babar Iqbal at the age of 9 years and 27 days.[2] This record was broken again in December 2008 by an eight-year-old girl from Tamil Nadu in India who became the youngest person to pass the Microsoft Certified Professional examination.[3][4] Arfa Karim , was invited to visit the Microsoft headquarters at Washington in 2006 and to meet with Bill Gates, CEO and Chief Software Architect of the corporation.[5] Arfa said Bill Gates was second only to Disneyland on her list of things she wanted to see in the United States.[6]

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arfa_Karim
     
    YesMoreTraffic, Jan 16, 2010 IP
  11. ForumSeeder

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    #331
    9yrs....

    I was still learning to tie my shoe laces at that age.

    India really is up and coming, they will dominate the IT industry if the don't already. Their infrastructure is already set up for it, India is looking to be the world of tomorrow, and with little geniuses like this, its no wonder!
     
    ForumSeeder, Jan 16, 2010 IP
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    #332
    I wonder why microsoft conducts exams if everyone can clear them???
     
    nileshnirale, Jan 16, 2010 IP
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    #333
    Right!!! i work with 2 india freelancers and i`m very glad with them
     
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    #334
    With only nine years? That is amazing - congratulations!
     
    Thomas, Jan 16, 2010 IP
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    Shouldnt there be an age limit on these things so those of us who are older and have worked longer harder to get where we are are not upstaged by somenoe who cant even brush their teeth without supervision yet. :)
     
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    #336
    Absolutely amazing!!!!
    A certification at the tender age of 9!!!
    Wonder what i did with my childhood :D
     
    taskmanager, Jan 16, 2010 IP
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    #337
    This is really great news.
     
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    #338
    my cousin in india was one of the 5 highest top gruduates from NIT and got a 100,000 Rs/month job right outta there so HELL YEAAA india's got a lot of amazing talent lol. kooodos to this little one
     
    birdman, Jan 17, 2010 IP
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    #339
    Congrats to this little girl for achieving what truly is challenging for her age.

    But personally, I think I would rather have my daughter make more friends, experience the outside world, and play with her parents, dolls, and in the dreamland than preparing for a test that doesn't accomplish anything other than spitting out stuff that you memorized, not discovered.

    Congrats again to the girl, but I don't support such practices and am not too impressed.
     
    Static, Jan 17, 2010 IP
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    Congratulations to her. But I wonder, how can she make use of that certification when she's still not of age to work yet?
     
    ms.g, Jan 17, 2010 IP
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