An indian, just 9 year old girl !! Read this amazing inspiring story…

The Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) program offers multiple certifications, based on different areas of technical expertise, but passing either one of them certifies you as an MCP. Each exam costs approximately $125, takes two to three hours to complete, and consists of between 45 and 90 multiple choice, drag and drop, solution-building questions and simulated content requiring some related administrative work.

A 9-year-old Indian girl from rural Tamil Nadu has become the youngest to become an MCP. M. Lavinashree has broken the record held by Arfa Karim, a 10-year-old Pakistani girl:

The current certifications are Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS), Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD), Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) and the Microsoft Certified Architect (MCA). While it’s not clear which one the girl took and completed, passing any one of them is no small feat.

Lavinashree has been breaking records since she was just three, and according to Lavinashree’s father, the Tamil Nadu government is likely to announce that they will take care of the child’s education.

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