Top 10 Youngsters Making Pakistan Proud on World Map

Age doesn't matter to get success in this world!

These teenagers from Pakistan proved it and they all or not only teenagers, some of them where kids in that time they make our dear country Pakistan to proud as a fastest growing and establishing country in world.
Top 10 Youngsters Making Pakistan Proud on World Map
They are doing (done) something which can't be done by everyone on the planet from Education to Video Games, these youngest entrepreneurs and country lovers have done their role to get others inspired.

These all listed boys/girls are the real heroes of our beautiful country "PAKISTAN".

I salute all of them for making us proud and giving me a opportunity to write this article, as I can't show a positive side of my country struggling to get rid of terrorism (which is a global problem right now).

1. Kids of Babur: Co-founders Teddict

Believers and strongly mannered kids to introduce a platform where anybody can be a teacher or a student, where your background or education doesn't matters.
 1. Kids of Babur, Co-founders Teddict
Personally I love their theory and idea to develop our country like no other with a quality education system which is a needy thing in the country.
  • Ayesha Babur age: 18 years
  • Abdullah Babur age: 16 years
  • Asadullah Babur age: 12 years
To empower youth and kids of our country these kids created a platform Teddict to aware people about real meanings of education, and they are home-schooled kids.

Why they are in our list?

Because of their unique and different thinking, and the Teddict also won many awards this year for their hard work on schooling system and program.

2. Iman Qureshi: Youngest Tennis Player of Pakistan

 2. Iman Qureshi: Youngest Tennis Player of Pakistan
This is what a little girl can do, whatever your age or area you can do wonders as Iman Qureshi makes her passion to set Pakistanis hearts on fire with proudness.


Qureshi started playing tennis in early age of 10 years and after that she developed the energy to play tennis in the international ground for her country.

Why she is in our list?

Because of her achievements, as she won National Women's Cup at 11 years old age, International Fed Cup in Kazakhstan, Indian tournament in 2015 and ranked top 3 in Asia.

3. Syed Sumail Hassan: Youngest Video Games Millionaire

 3. Syed Sumail Hassan: Youngest Video Games Millionaire
A Pakistani who played Dota 2 Asian championship and scored 17-7-11 and with his team he won $1.2 million.

Hassan started playing this game from early age "7 years old" and after some years of playing in home. He and his parents migrated from Pakistan to United States making him a recognized player of Dota 2 in Dota games highest earning team Evil Geniuses (EG) in 2015.

He first failed to get his mark and after first failure point he again hits the ground makes us proud by winning the championship.

Why he is in our list?

He won the Dota 2 Asian Championship and played for the highest earning e-Sports team "Evil Geniuses" making him a youngest Pakistani video games millionaire.

4. Sitara Brooj: Youngest Girl Holding 9 out of 9 Ielts Test Bands

This is what a Pakistani young student can do, and accomplish with ease and straightness of work.
 4. Sitara Brooj: Youngest Girl Holding 9 out of 9 Ielts Test Numbers
I love her because of her steps to give us a reason to say that our Pakistan is great. She is a real prodigy because after getting 8 bands Sitara applied for re-checking and after that it was confirmed that the Girl got 9 out of possible 9.

Sitara Brooj Akbar is a Pakistani kid who made a world record by scoring 9 out of 9 bands in Ielts test, and makes Pakistan proud on its nation.

Why she is in our list?

Because of her super mind and achievements, She is also a youngster in world to complete her O level in English, Bio and Chemistry with good marks in the age of 9 to 11 years.

5. Ayan Qureshi: Youngest Prodigy of Pakistan and World

 5. Ayan Qureshi: Youngest Prodigy of Pakistan and World
The little boy got brilliant mind to be youngest Microsoft Professional at the age of 5 years/some months and become prodigy of Pakistan.

He is a youngest Microsoft Certified Professional in whole world as dated 2014 at the age of 5 years and 7 months only.

Why he is in our list?

Because of his brilliant mind and a computer-lab or you can call it a network, which he personally design to do his desired things in right way

6. Saad Ali: One and Only Pakistani Formula 1 Race Winner

6. Saad Ali: One and Only Pakistani Formula 1 Race Winner
Feeling proud while writing about this boy, he really makes us proud and say we have a Formula 1 racer who is also a winner.

Ali is the one and only boy who knew that one day he will become a Formula 1 racer and after hard work he become one.

Why he is in our list?

Because of his only personality to show the world that we are Pakistanis and we have almost all the talents in this world, by performing a race in a professional game he makes us proud.

7. Babar Iqbal: Youngest Computer Records Holder

7. Babar Iqbal: Youngest Computer Records Holder
Babar Iqbal is not just another youngest Microsoft Professional he is more than this.

Babar is from Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan and based in Dubai, he holds many computer records to make his country proud.

Why he is in our list?

He done something all can't, like he is a youngest MCP, CWNA, MSP, CIWA, MCTS and his research was accepted by the 8th IEEE International Conference.

8. Mehak Gul: Holding a World Record In Setting Chess Table

Mehak Gul a Pakistani girl makes it to believe that girls can play chess. Mehak also represented Pakistan at World Chess Olympiad.
8. Mehak Gul: Holding a World Record In Setting Chess Table
As she is living in Lahore and at the age of 12 she accomplished to set a world record by setting chess table in just 45 seconds.

Why she is in out list?

Because she is living in Lahore and at the age of 15 she set the world record of setting chess table in just 45 seconds by one HAND only at the age of 12.

9. Waqas Ali: Bronze Medal Winner at the MOSWC

 9. Waqas Ali: Bronze Medal Winner at the MOSWC
Ali is bronze of Pakistan from Mirpur Mathelo!

He participated in Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship (MOSWC) in Dallas, Texas 2015 and competing 600,000 other participants he takes his Bronze medal.

He worked hard to get this medal and he done it.

Why he is in our list?

Because Ali was the only boy who represented our Pakistan in the championship and he won a bronze medal.

10. Abu Hifs: Winner of International Math Competition

 10. Abu Hifs: Winner of International Math Competition
Abu Hifs is from an ordinary government school of Bhabra in Kot Momin, Sargodha.

He won the competition of maths held in University of South Wales, Australia by competing with other students from 16 other countries.

Why he is in our list?

He proofs that a student of a government school also can beat competition like he did. By performing this step he made Pakistani education and teachers to proud on their hard work and students.

Final sayings:

We have winners and competitors to survive and make our country a valuable country on the planet by performing our tasks, as these achievers are doing great for their country.

We also have brilliant talents and minds, only they need is a platform and they'll be our proud.

I know there are many other hidden heroes in this nation, please spread the voice and help get them listed here.
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12 comments:

  1. Really Inspirational Post #Umer Bhai (y)

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    1. Yeah it is,

      Thanks brother for commenting here :)

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  2. Oh I loved this article. I want more and more Pakistani kids earning money with their talent in coming future.

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    1. Yeah! There are many others,

      These are some of them and I will update this list with more names.

      Glad you like my article and I am saying AMEEN to your dua for our kids :)

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  3. Great list of great peoples. happy to see

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  4. So great to see these shubig names of the Pakistan.

    And Sitara is from my place where I live.

    ~Adeel

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    1. Ho great Adeel!

      Love to read that she is from your living place :)

      Thanks for commenting here.

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