Agastya Jaiswal, a child mastermind at the age of 11 passed the class XII examination. Ashwani Kumar, proud father of Agastya said that he passed intermediate with 63% of marks and his son is the first student to pass the examination at such tender age. Agastya is from Hyderabad and wrote the class XII examination with main subjects commerce, civics, and economics.
When asked about his plans, this gifted child said he would do BCom and write the Intermediate Exam again but with biology, physics, and chemistry this time and then get a seat in MBBS. As a student need to be 17 to enter the medical college Agastya will wait till then and will do B.Com meanwhile as he doesn’t want to waste time.
Agastya successfully cleared the SSC examination when he was 9 in 2015 and took permission to write the Intermediate exams from Telangana SSC Board. Agastya is a student of St Mary’s Junior College at Yousufguda and attended the examination conducted in this March. The results were finally out today. Kumar said that no such permissions are mandatory to write the exam.
An official said the students who are appearing for class XII exam from the Board of Intermediate exams should submit the details related to the subjects, medium of instructions, second language and but not the details like age. For further information about the students who are willing to write the class XII examinations Board will depend on the SSC data.
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