This 16 Year Old Indian Student Wins Microsoft Global Power Point Competition

More than 740,000 exams were uploaded as part of this competition
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Arjit Kansal, a 16 year old student from India, has been named the Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 World Champion.  Arjit  beat 400,000 competitors worldwide, and 123 finalists to win the title!

Arjit Kansal
Arjit Kansal

In its 13th year, the 2014 Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship attracted more than 400,000 unique candidates from 130 countries who competed to demonstrate their mastery of Microsoft Office products. 123 student finalists participated in the final round of competition.

In the concluding round, competitors participated in unique project-based tests to demonstrate their ability to create presentations for the information presented in PowerPoint.

“More than 740,000 exams were uploaded as part of this competition, and the MOS World Champions are tops in an elite group of individuals who know how to use Microsoft Office tools effectively,” said Bob Whelan, president and chief executive officer for Pearson VUE.

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