13 year old, Moosa Feroz surpassed 1.4 million children from across the globe and came first in the Online World Mathematics Competition held in Australia.
Moosa had bagged first position in an online World Mathematics Competition held in Australia. He secured the first spot among 1.4 million students across the world. The Australian government on Thursday made Moosa Firoz, a 13-year old student from Phalia district of Punjab, a ‘Math Ambassador’.
Moosa secured 4,405 points and got the first place while another Pakistani student Hasnain got second position in the competition with 4,303 points in 11-13 years age category.
In the category of age 14-18 years, the country’s another student named Osama secured second place with 3,318 points. The math wizard said that he had been trying to win world math competition since 2009. “I had also clinched 5th spot in 2011.”
Dr Khaliq Dad Tararr (Father of Moosa Feroz)
“I am proud of my son who made Pakistan proud across the world with his untiring efforts and hard work.”