Agastya jaiswal a 11 year old boy has achieved the rare feat of passing class 12 examination in such a young age. His father said he passed his intermediate examination with 63 percent marks and he also claimed that his son is the first person in the state who cleared his intermediate examination at just a age of 11 years.
Agastya is a student of st Mary’s junior college, Yousufguda and appeared for the intermediate examination this year in March and the result of that exam was declared today. He cleared his 12th class with with commerce, economics and civics as his main subjects. Agastya is a genius boy as he cleared SSC examination at just a age of 9 years and for that he had taken the permission of Telangana SSC board then to appear in the exam.
Kumar said, “this time no such permission is required to appear in the intermediate board examination because as per the rules of Intermediate education board only detail of subjects, medium of instructions and choice of second language is important, age factor is not important and is not even mandatory for intermediate examination.
Agastya told HT that his main goal is to be a doctor but for the next three years he want to do his three year graduation degree in commerce. After completion of BCOM he will repeat his intermediate class with Physics, chemistry and biology.
Agastya said,” I will repeat my intermediate with Physics, chemistry and biology and will write the medical entrance exam to get seat in MBBS course. ” and for that he want to go back in junior college at the average age of 17 when students generally pass their intermediate class but till then he doesn’t want to waste his time .
He said, ” I don’t want to be idle and for that I choose BCOM” agastya passed his 10 class at the age of Eight and before enrolling for intermediate he took a gap of one year. He said that his parents trained him well to understand the topics , so it’s not really difficult at all he don’t mug up the topics, he just understand it and write the answers. He thanked his teacher who helped his to achieve such a goal.
While this young age trend seems to be his family part as his sister Naina, enrolled herself of Ph.D at the age of 17 only. She is also a international table tennis player at sub junior level and she was the first girl from asia who passed her 10th class at the age of 8 and 12th at the age of 10. Their father Ashwini Kumar is happy with the way his children are performing and running through school and college, he is practicing advocate. He said about his son and daughter that they are born talented and he only try to identify the hidden talent and encourage them.