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Moosa Feroze Tarer - Winner of World Math's Competition
By: Shaheen Iqbal Malik     Rank: 11     Rating:
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It is right that "Hard Work is the key to success" and greatest example is a 13 years old Pakistani student, Moosa Feroze Tarer who has won gold medal in The World Online Math Competition held in March, 2012 in 11-13 years age category

More than 1.5 Million kids from 240 countries participated in this contest with Moosa surpassing all and becoming young champion of math in the world.

Moosa Feroze is a student of Beacon-House School System and his parents were invited to attend the awards ceremony held in Australia along with the principal of the school.
Moosa Feroze Tarar
1999 in Mandi Bahauddin, Pakistan
Lives in:
Mandi Bahauddin, Pakistan
Although Maths is a such subject that most of the students dislike it and think that it is a difficult subject, Moosa Feroze Tarer, 13 from Mandi Bahauddin won gold medal in an online World's Maths Competition held in Australia.

Moosa, scored 4405 points in 50-minutes exam scoring first position after coming 2nd in Pakistan in the National Math Challenge held in 2010.

Moosa Feroze said in his interview that he was trying for 5 years and last year scored 5th position and retried again eventually getting the first. He said he was satisfied with his earlier performances but wanted to move forward at top spot so he didn't lose heart and kept working hard until he got the first position. Moosa said he will participate in the competition again next year and now since he is an ambassador of Pakistan he will work hard to improve his record even further and plans to play his role in spreading awareness about this competition.

Moosa's father said in his interview that environment plays big role in development of kids and that they provided a good environment for Moosa to learn and excel. Rest of the reward goes to tutors and teachers who encouraged Moosa to work hard.

“I am proud of my son who has made Pakistan’s name across the world with his untiring efforts and hard work” said Moosa’s father Dr Khaleeq Dad Tarar expressing joy over his son’s performance.

His mother was also very grateful to Allah SWT for Moosa's achievements when media spoke to her.

Beacon-House School's principal Saima Bhatti told in her interview that she felt very proud when Moosa's name was announced and the pride was not only for Beacon-House but also for Pakistan because Moosa was the only child from Pakistan who was at the prize distribution ceremony held by The Governor of Sydney (New South Wales) Marie Bashir.

Moosa's Math teacher said that although maths is a difficult subject but not for all of the kids and that Moosa is a talented genius who kept telling her how hard he worked and that he was confident about getting the prize.

She praised Moosa for being very cooperative child who is always friendly and respectful to others.

The Chief Minister of Punjab Mr. Shahbaz Shareef congratulated Moosa Feroze on his marvelous achievement and said the young student has proved that Pakistani children are more talented compared to other nations. Mr. Sharif said winning first position out of 1.5 Million students from 240 countries was a great honour for Pakistan.



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