Muhammad Huzair Awan who is popularly known as the ‘Cyber Kid’ became the youngest Microsoft Certified Professional at the age of seven in 2013, breaking the record previously held by Arfa Karim Randhawa who achieved this title at the age of nine in 2004.

Huzair has represented Pakistan at various stages and have won many international titles for Pakistan. He also holds several awards and gold medals for his achievements at such a young age.

He has been awarded by Chief Minister’s National Icon Award in 2014, Dr. A.Q. Khan Gold Medal for Achievements in IT in 2015.

Huzair also became the youngest International Computer Driving License Certified (ICDL) in 2014, when he was only eight years-old.

He is familiar with various programming languages as well, which include Python, C++, C-sharp, .Net framework, JAVASCRIPT, CSS.

Having an interest in the robotics field, Huzair has worked on many projects depicting his immense potential in the field. His different projects include; shake hand robot, hand gesture control device, car tracker, Driver-less car (his first project) and home automation.

One of his recent projects include an IoT enabled energy saving geyser, which can save up to 50 per cent energy.

From : pk.mashable.com

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