1st Telangana boy to complete class 10 the age of 9
1st Telangana boy to complete class 10 the age of 9. Agastya Jaiswal, a student of St. Hills High School in Chandrayangutta, is hogging the limelight for being the first Telangana boy to pass class 10 with a 7.5 grade in his board exams.
He is all of nine years old and has already cleared his class 10 boards!
Agastya Jaiswal, a student of St. Hills High School in Chandrayangutta, is hogging the limelight for being the first Telangana boy to pass class 10 with a 7.5 grade in his board exams.
Born on August 13, 2005, Agastya started answering for more than 300 questions at the age of two. Currently he is answering more than 3,000 questions. Parents Ashwani Kumar Jaiswal and Bhagya Laxmi are obviously proud of their child’s IQ levels.
“We trained him under a playful note and we always asked him to understand the subject and reproduce it in his own style. He always asks many questions and we use to answer him in a way that he acquired good knowledge. We also trained him to improve his handwriting and memory through playful methods.
Languages and basic mathematics were imparted in a methodological way. He has memorised 100 tables and can also write an essay on any topic,” said Ashwani Kumar. Agastya however is not new to royal treatment and celebrity status.
A similar feat has been achieved by his sister and international table tennis star Naina Jaiswal. Born in 2000, Naina became the first Asian girl to complete her 10th grade at the age of 8.
At 10 Naina Jaiswal completed her Intermediate from St. Mary's College and at 13 completed her graduation in Mass Communication and Journalism from the same institute. That said, Agastya need not look beyond his sibling for some inspiration and probably a competition.