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M. Lavinashree has won the acclaim of being the youngest Microsoft professional by passing the Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) Pro metric Examination with 842 marks out of 1000. She’s the world’s youngest Red Hat Certified Engineer. She was the world’s youngest Microsoft Certified Professional passing the Microsoft installing, configuring and administering Microsoft Windows XP Professional examination in 2008. She also has a number of other laurels to her name the Limca Book of World Records, Asia Book of Records, and National Child Award for Exceptional Achievement by the Government of India. She scored 178.1 out of 200 in her test at Red Hat.
She started working and playing on the PC at the age of six. Then, she got her first certificate on multimedia, including Photoshop, Flash, etc. When she was in Std. II, she joined a one-year multi-media course that made her well-versed in animation, Corel Draw, Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, Dream Weaver and Web Designing.
K. Visalini plays hide-and-seek and goes cycling with her friends every day like any other 10-year-old schoolgirl. She also scored 88% in a test on how to configure and trouble shoot VLAN (virtual local area networks) and 100% on implementing IP address schemes in an examination conducted by a top American communications firm. At the age of 10, K Visalini from Palayamkottai in Tirunelveli district claims to be the youngest in the world to be recognised as a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) and to have cleared Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) exam.
However, the child prodigy is now facing trouble getting admission in Class VIII because she is underage.So far she has studied in more than five schools. The new world record was claimed by Visalini’s parents, a supportive family. Her IQ was around 220 (on September 19, 2009) according to Madurai-based clinical psychologist Nammalvar.
Aman Rehman, an eight-year-old Indian boy, who teaches adult students computer-generated animated film at Dehradun’s College of Interactive arts, has set the world record for the youngest college lecturer. Aman Rehman said: “Whenever I am having holidays, I make it a point that I should work on computer for at least eight hours. And usually I work on computer for four hours because I have to complete my schoolwork also. I can work on many software companies like Adobe, Flash, Firework, Dream Weaver, Maya, 3D Max, After Affects and many others. Presently I am making projects on black hole, aliens and water conservation”.
By the time he was three and a half; he had mastered his first animation programme and made a film with dancing alphabet letters.
Haris Imtiyaz Khan
India- Child prodigy artist Haris Imtiyaz Khan, now twelve years old, was able to draw a live portrait, using charcoal, since he was only ten setting the world record for the youngest live portrait artist. Haris was selected as the youngest artist in a competition in New York. This was an online competition in which artists from all over the world participated. Haris has also won ‘Pride of Pune’ contest. His work has been appreciated by Child Art Magazine in United States.
He developed his talent without taking art classes. He can make live portraits using charcoal and his fingers or using a brish on any surface. His parents aim to send him to France School of Arts once he grows up. He already has held nine solo exhibitions in India and most of his painting have been sold because of its uniqueness.
The 14-year-old has been invited by India Development Service (IDS) to participate in the symposium “India’s Children: Preserving Their Rights, Protecting theirFuture” at the university.
Speaking to IANS, Kishan said this is the first time a Kannada film is being screened at a university in the US. “No other Kannada film has been screened and analysed as a subject of study and discussion. After every screening of the film, I will have to participate in a question and answer interactive session,” he said.
Kishan was glad that his directorial debut will be seen by scholars, professors, donors and other participants at the symposium.
Neel Joshi & Deep
The boys had exhibited extraordinary talents at their very young age. In 2010 Neel Joshi at the age of 13 years and his brother Deep, 11, class eight and class six students of Thakur Vidya Mandir School at Kandivali East in Mumbai became India’s youngest MBA graduates. Neel and Deep submitted their application for admission in different universities from world but they turned them down by saying that they are too young to enroll for management courses. “They have both scored very good marks and I am confident they will become the youngest MBAs in the country” said Pravin Parmar, Director, IMSR.
They can also recite entire chapters from the Bhagvad Gita, Hanuman Chalisa and even the Rig Veda when they were in kindergarten. They have also shown their excellence in extracurricular activities such as carom in which they represent Air India at national level events.
Shruti Pandey set a new world record and became the Youngest Yoga Teacher in the World. Shruti Pandey belongs to Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India. Within the training of six months, she surprised everyone by doing the toughest positions with ease and perfection. “It feels good when people follow my instructions, I feel like a real teacher… I got interested in yoga after seeing my brother do it. I tried picking it up myself but it was too hard. So I asked my parents to send me to yoga classes,” says Shruti.
Shruti is expert in some of yoga’s most challenging positions. She can hold her entire body on the strength of her little arms and hang her legs right over her head backwards. Her students are in awe of her capabilities and many have stated that her class has changed their attitudes about coping with life and its many pressures.
In May 2009, Varsha vinod became the youngest ever girl to get an officially recognized black belt. Her skills also include the mastery of deadly martial arts weapons including the yawara stick, or chinese stick, and the nunchucks. Varsha also finds time to attend her local English school when she is not training.
She said: “I was very excited when I got my belt and I like karate very much”. Varsha has been training since she was just two years old and has already got 15 katas, or disciplines, of karate under her belt. Her aim of life is be a physician, but at the same time she also wants to continue to practice more on karate.
The Mumbai lad broke the earlier record of Egypt’s Natasha Turner, who had become the youngest diver at the age of 10 years and three days. Mumbai’s Parth Sanghvi, 10 year old, broke the world record to be the youngest scuba open water diver this week after he dived 40 feet underwater near Grande Island in Goa, Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI).
Parth was awarded PADI junior open water scuba divers certificate on 23 February, a day after his 10th birthday. Parth Sanghvi was trained at Goa Aquatic dive resort at Candolim before he jumped in for the world record. “The minimum age of scuba diving is ten years, so he took up the bubble maker course where they teach the basics of scuba diving,” the father added.