Maaz Ali Nadeem and Aqsa Khan, two Pakistani students got the highest position in China for the Cambridge exam. They are in 12th grade studying at Pakistan Embassy College Beijing, respectively gained the highest mark in China for Cambridge International AS Level Information Technology and English Language.
They acquired the position in the June Cambridge examination, that reflects the education quality of Pakistan in the two sectors. The General Certificate of Education (GCE) Advanced (A) Levels of the University of Cambridge, is the ” gold standard ” of Cambridge International Examinations capabilities and is taken all through the world. Great “A” Level evaluations can be a key to confirmation for all the world’s major anglophone colleges.
In a meeting with China Economic Net, Maaz a Pakistani student got the highest position in China for Cambridge exam stated, “The reason I decided to learn IT is that I need to accomplish something with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and create a customized robot to help individuals deprived to encourage their everyday life. ”
Youthful as he seems to be, he has set up the conviction that the information and abilities he learned in China would be utilized for the innovative advancement of Pakistan. He included, “IT is the fate of the world and my life vocation. I trust my nation could get an innovative pattern and create IT as advance as China.”