“Zara num ho tou yeh matti barri zarkhez hai Saqi” (this land is very fertile, it just need a bit of raindrop/water) - this is absolutely true for the Pakistanis especially the youth of my beloved homeland.
|Jawad Nazir Scored Highest Marks in Pearson PTE Exam|
I have shared here few of the achievements of Pakistani students which are not less than international standards by any means. For example, Arfa Karim Randhawa, the youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) at the time of certification, and Babar Iqbal, the youngest Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS).
Another bright student from Pakistan hits a record in educational field. Jawad Nazir, a student from Rawalpindi, neighboring city of Islamabad - the capital of Pakistan, has scored 73 points overall in Pearson PTE examination.
Pearson examination is a new form of exam introduced in Pakistan after TOFEL and IELTS. It is on record that Jawad Nazir has scored maximum in Pearson PTE examination since it has been started in Pakistan.
Jawad Nazir told media that it was not an easy task to go for such an examination which is not popular and does not have enough awareness in masses. He said that online examination system is not very common in Pakistan so it is always a hard task to go for.
Pakistan has the traditional education system in place for decades; although the government is determined to improve the educational systems according to the international standards. Jawad Nazir also said on this that with less then 5% of the budget allocated towards the educational setup each year we can only dream of having enhanced educational system in Pakistan.
Jawad Nazir is also a youth activist and is a founder of local youth managed NGO “Jawad Nazir Trust”. He is working as a professional social worker for last 3 years and has heaps of experience in the field.