Two Pakistani brothers have done the entire country majorly proud by scoring over 90 per cent at a Harvard University diploma.
Tayyab aged 20, and Tahir aged 19, excelled greatly at a Data Science course that assessed their skills based on Mathematics and Economics enabling analysis of statistics.
The brother-duo hailing from Iqbal Town in Lahore took the six month course online and excelled massively at the final project that revolved around population-wise distribution of poverty in the US.
“We obtained data from US Statistics Bureau to participate in the online course,” Tayyab shared.
“The final module was a competition held by Microsoft,” Tahir stated.
“Over 400 people from across the world participated in the final module,” the 19-year-old added.
The fee of their course that had 10 modules was fully covered by Microsoft.
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