According to a poll organised by the Institute of European Business Administration, from 125 countries, Pakistanis have been ranked the fourth most intelligent people across the globe. Pakistan has the seventh largest collection of scientists and engineers.
1. Fatima Khulood Zia
She is only 6 years old but her mind is one of the best in Pakistan as well as the whole world. Fatima Khulood Zia qualified the MENSA test from Pakistan. MENSA organizes such tests throughout the world that are qualified by intelligent people. Fatima also appeared in the test and after qualifying the test she has become the youngest most intelligent person in Pakistan.
2. Arfa Karim(Late)
Arfa Abdul Karim Randhawa born on the 2 February 1995 was a Pakistani student and computer prodigy who, in 2004 at the age of nine, became the youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP). She kept the title until 2008. Arfa represented Pakistan on various international forums including the TechEd Developers Conference. She also received the President’s Award for Pride of Performance. A science park in Lahore, the Arfa Software Technology Park, was named after her. She was invited by Bill Gates to visit Microsoft Headquarters in the U.S. Arfa passed away on 14 January 2012.
Ali Moeen Nawazish is a Pakistani academic, notable for making the second world record by getting 22 A grades in A Levels, preceded by Haroon Tariq. He obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Politics and International Relations from Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Currently, he is pursuing a Master of Social Science in Journalism and Media Management at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
4. Moosa Firoz
Moosa Feroze Tarer has won gold medal in The World Online Math Competition held in March, 2012 in 11-13 years age category. Moosa, scored 4405 points in 50-minutes exam scoring first position after coming 2nd in Pakistan in the National Math Challenge held in 2010.
5. Haroon Tariq
Muhammad Haroon Tariq (born Kohat, Khyber Pukhtunkhwa, Pakistan) is a Pakistani student, notable for making six world records by getting a total of 87 A’s in A Levels, O levels and IGCSEs. He passed his A levels from Froebel’s International School Islamabad in Pakistan.