Hyderabad: It is true when people say the God bestows some with special talent and capability.
This was proved when Agastya Jaiswal, an 11-year-old child, was seen appearing for intermediate examinations.
The 11-year-old was only eight when he appeared for school examinations.
I answered 300 questions at the age of 2 and 3,000 at the age of 6. I completed my class 10th at the age of 8-yrs,” Agastya told ANI.
Talking about his style of understanding and going about the whole process of studying, Agastya said he doesn’t mug up things but understands them.
“I don’t mug up but understand and then write answers,” he said.
“I like to study in a playful atmosphere. I am being taught under chain-method of memory,” he added.
Agastya does not attend regular classes but is taught by his parents at home.
“My name is enrolled in the college but I don’t go to college. My parents teach me,” he said.
Agastya aspires to become an Indian Administration Services (IAS) officer.