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10 Year Old Girl Becomes Assistant Teacher in Karachi University

10 Year Old Girl Becomes Assistant Teacher in Karachi University

Amna Amir Shehzad, a 10-year-old from Karachi, defies age standards and society expectations. She is not only pursuing her passion of becoming a data scientist, but she is also teaching as an assistant professor at Karachi University.

Amna’s journey began with early exposure to technology via the Saylani Techno Kids program, which established the groundwork for her quick advancement. The young prodigy soon acquired programming languages like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and even dabbled in hosting on platforms like GitHub and Firebase. Her hard work paid off when she was named the third citywide winner of the Rechnokids program, where she studied Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Suite, and Canva.

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Amna’s talent was recognized despite her young age. She drew the attention of her teacher and sister after completing an HTML task in record speed. This resulted in an unexpected internship offer, and I eventually became an assistant professor at Karachi University. Simultaneously, she continues her technical training in university-affiliated software houses, in addition to traditional schooling and online courses supplied by Saylani.

Amna’s ambitions extend beyond her personal accomplishments. She wants to make technology education available to all pupils, especially those from the middle and lower-middle classes. Her resolve to eliminate the socioeconomic tech gap demonstrates her compassion and desire to empower youth.

Amna’s story serves as an inspiring example of how age is no barrier to making a positive effect in the worlds of technology and education, as she continues to flourish in both her teaching role and her own learning path.