MTA is an all around the world perceived certification sought by those interested in pursuing a profession in technology.
Venkat Raman Patnaik, a class III self-taught student and one of WhiteHat Jr’s initial adopters, participated in March 2019 when he was 6, and has gone to in excess of 160 classes to date.
Remarking on his success, Venkat’s teacher Jatinder Kaur said, “He got the essence of coding from the very first moment and delighted as the multifaceted nature levels increased.
He has made we all proud by clearing the Microsoft MTA test at such a youthful age – an uncommon accomplishment without a doubt.”
“It’s a glad second for any parent to see their youngster dominate at a skill. For Venkat, it was his affection for technology that provoked me to search for coding classes on the web and 1:1 individualized learning offered by WhiteHat Jr functioned admirably for him as it opened his horizons,” said Kuldeep Patnaik, Venkat’s dad.
“The underlying establishment set by WhiteHat Jr was so strong that later he was ready to pick up Coding and become a Full Stack designer alongside other Engineering students at Kodnest.”
“It’s cheering to see success stories like Venkat’s. It validates our undertaking at WhiteHat Jr to open a child’s potential by furnishing them with the fundamentals to fabricate their computational skills,” said Karan Bajaj, Founder and CEO, WhiteHat Jr.
“We are glad to have contributed in his enormous excursion however more critically, tremendous congratulations to his parents and staff for spotting his talents right off the bat and sharpening his skills at such a youthful age,” said Bajaj.
At the youthful time of just seven years, Venkat has not just successfully qualified as a Microsoft Technology Associate, he was also welcomed by Chennai Institute of Technology as a guest speaker to spur newcomers of the school in a program called “Sling 2020”.
Venkat built up the application Let’s Reward Kids, which solidified his position as one of the 26 finalists of WhiteHat Jr’s Silicon Valley Challenge.
He has also been highlighted as a guest on Yuvaa Founder Nikhil Taneja’s program ‘Teach me something with Nikhil Taneja.’