Pakistan cricket team skipper Babar Azam has done an executive program from the prestigious Harvard Business School in the US.
India face Pakistan after 10 months in the high-voltage Asia Cup 2023 encounter. Today, we take you through the educational qualifications of the ace Pakistan cricketers facing Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, and the India team in Sri Lanka’s Kandy.
The Pakistan skipper reportedly studied till class 8th. He, however, during his cricket career pursued an executive education program, Business of Entertainment, Media, and Sports (BEMS), at the prestigious Harvard Business School in the US.
The Pakistan vice captain for Asia Cup 2023 is reportedly a graduate but there isn’t much information readily available regarding his education.
After matriculation, the Pakistan batter joined the Pakistan Navy School in Karachi at 16. He received his schooling and sea training and joined the Pakistan Navy and played for them. He holds the honorary rank of Lieutenant.
Legend Inzamam-ul-Haq’s nephew did his matriculation and then a commerce degree ICom from Lahore.
Salman Ali Agha
The all-rounder is reportedly a high school graduate.
The Asia Cup 2023 centurion is reportedly a graduate and pursued a career in cricket after completing his education.
The veteran Pakistan wicketkeeper’s schooling, college details are unconfirmed but he also pursued an executive education program from Harvard Business School alongside Babar Azam.
Mohammad Nawaz decided to drop out of college in Rawalpindi to focus on cricket.
Naseem Shah has reportedly studied till matriculation.
Shaheen Shah Afridi
The Pakistan pace sensation’s schooling details are unconfirmed. He burst onto the cricketing scene at an early age.
The Pakistan speedster studied at the Islamabad Model College and wanted to be a footballer during his graduation days. However, he decided to pursue cricket and was selected for the International Islamic University, Islamabad cricket team.