Hyderabad: A teenage boy from Hyderabad, Agastya Jaiswal becomes the first boy in India to complete graduation degree in Mass Communication and Journalism at just the age of 14 years. He completed his course from Osmania University, Hyderabad.
Prior to this feat, Agastya was also the first boy in the state of Telangana to pass his class 10th exam at the age of nine. He secured 7.5 CGPA in his 10th boards exam. Jaiswal said that he was the first boy in the state to pass the intermediate second-year examination at the age of 11.
Agastya is a national-level table tennis player. He is ambidextrous, that is, he can write with both of his hands. He only takes 1.72 seconds to type from A to Z.
The child prodigy is a piano player and a singer too. Parents of the multi-talented Agastya said that "every child has special quality so if parents pay personal attention towards their kids every child can create history in their own field."
Agastya, who is also an international speaker, started answering more than 300 questions at just the age of two. He was trained under his parent's observation.
His parents further said that "We trained him under playful atmosphere and we always asked him to understand the subject and reproduce with his own language. He always asks us many questions and we use to answer him in a practical way. We also trained him handwriting and memory practice that too in a playful atmosphere. "
They trained him languages and basic mathematics in a methodological way.