Monday, August 10, 2015
It is never too late or even too early to excel at something that you feel passionate about. Spend not more than 5 minutes to read about some brilliant young people who have made India very proud with their passion, talent and hard work! These people have shown that when you believe in yourself and work hard, you can excel at any field of your choice and can achieve success globally. Some of India’s young talents are:
Suhas Gopinath: He was born on the 4th of November 1986 and became the youngest CEO in the world at 17. He was also recognised as the youngest Professional web-developer when he was just 14years old in 2000. Suhas started his company, Globals Inc. from a small cyber café in Bangalore. Now he has over 200 employees, 11 offices in different countries and a turnover of more than $1million.
Yugratna Srivastava: At the age of 13 in September 2009, Yugratna was invited by the UN to represent the voice of the world’s young people at the Summit on Climate Change. She is an active member of Tarumitra (friends of trees), an NGO active among school children which has over 1600 schools across India and is involved in promoting environmental awareness.
Dr.Tathagat Avtar Tulsi: He was born in Patna, Bihar in 1987. He completed school at the age of 9. He got his B.Sc. at 10 and M.Sc. at the age of 12 from Patna Science College and got his Ph.D. at the age of 21 and was offered the position of lecturer at IIT Bombay when he was just 22 years old.
Shravan and Sanjay Kumaran: These siblings are now 16 and 14 years old and they became the youngest chief executives when they were just 12 and 10 years old respectively. Shravan is the President and Sanjay is the CEO of their company “Go Dimensions” which develops mobile applications for the Apple Store.
Priyanshi Somani: She was born on 16th November 1998 and was the youngest participant of the Mental Calculation World Cup 2010 and won the overall title. She is the only participant who achieved 100% accuracy in Addition, Multiplication and square root till date. Her name is also added in the Limca Book of World Records and The Guinness Book of World Records.
Haris Imtiyaz Khan: Born in 1998, Haris Imtiyaz Khan is a child prodigy live portrait artist. Haris started making live portraits at the age of 10 setting the world record as the youngest live portrait artist. At the age of 7, he made a portrait of Mahatma Gandhi using charcoal. His art has been appreciated by many people like actors Dilip Kumar, Dev Anand, Aamir Khan Etc.
Shruti Pandey: She drew inspiration from her elder brother and started practicing yoga asanas when she was just 2 years old. By the time Shruti Pandey was 6 years of age, she had mastered some of the advanced yoga poses and had started teaching yoga to people in an ashram in Allahabad becoming the youngest yoga teacher in the world.
Akrit Jaswal: Born in 1993, Akrit Jaswal performed his first surgery at the young age of 7. At the age of 5, doctors in his hometown of Nurpur, Himachal Pradesh allowed him to watch and learn to perform surgical procedures. He was accepted into Chandigarh College when he was just 12 years old!
We are proud to have these talented people as a part of our country. Let these young achievers be a source of inspiration for you to work hard and follow your passion!
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