7-Year-Old Ayesha Fatima Becomes Youngest Ever CCNA Professional in the World

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Pakistani girl Ayesha Fatima breaks all the records and made her country proud after she achieved the title of youngest-ever Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) professional in the world. Ayesha Fatima is only 7 years old, and she already cleared the certification with flying colors.

She has broken the record set by an Indian girl named K. Visalini in 2015 when she was only 11 years old. Visalini had beaten a Pakistani boy’s record, which he had set when he was 12 years old in 2008. There are six sections in the CCNA certification. Network fundamentals, network access, IP connectivity, IP services, security fundamentals, and automation and programmability are all covered in this certification.

Furthermore, CCNA also focuses on the technology and abilities required to deal with networks of 100 nodes or fewer, including IP and non-IP networks such as IPX and AppleTalk. To become a CCNA professional, one must pass the CCNA 200-301 exam, which consists of roughly 100 questions and must be answered in 2 hours, with an overall score of at least 82.5 percent.

Ayesha Fatima has scored an 80 percent in the network fundamentals and network access, an 84 percent in IP connection, 90 percent in IP services, 73 percent in security fundamentals, and a hundred percent in automation and programmability. In addition to this, Areesh Fatima, Ayesha’s younger sister, is also the world’s youngest Microsoft Certified Professional. Areesh and Ayesha’s mother revealed that she enjoys teaching her daughters technical skills and that they are both extremely intelligent. The girls are likewise interested in following in their father’s footsteps.