This Indian Student Wins Microsoft Global Power Point Competition
Arjit Kansal, a sixteen-year old Delhi student has been named the 2014 Microsoft Office Specialist World Champion in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010, he is from Maharaja Agrasen Model school Pitampura in Delhi. This Delhi boy beat 400,000 competitors and 123 finalists from 130 countries to win the title.[post_ad]
Microsoft office special World championship was held in Delhi and nearly 4 lakh students participated to showcase their talent on Microsoft Office products from 130 countries. Among this, only 123 students appeared in the final round of competition. In the end of competition, Kansal has stood as a finalist and he was also awarded a $5,000 scholarship during the event at Disney's Grand Californian Resort.
After hearing the news, Kansal shown his so much happiness and he shared his wonderful moments as “It was an amazing feeling, I cannot express it in words, and he has not yet decided about his future plans.”
Microsoft organization has uploaded more than 7,40,000 exams as part of this competition and gives students a golden path to become tangibly prepared for college or a career.
This Indian Student Wins Microsoft Global Power Point Competition Reviewed by Praveen P on Tuesday, August 05, 2014 Rating: