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Aarti Jajoo, B Sc at 14, M Sc at 16

July 04, 2005 19:23 IST

Aarti Jajoo of Jaipur has earned the distinction of being the youngest post-graduate in Mathematics in India, her family claimed on Monday.

The achievement has found the 16-year-old girl, who passed M.Sc with 77.5 per cent from the University of Rajasthan, a place in the Limca Book of Records, which informed sent them a communication on July 1, the family told PTI.

The communication said Aarti's achievement would feature in the 2006 edition of the book of records, they said.

She also holds the record of being the youngest graduate in the country at the age of 14, they said.


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Sub: excellence at young age

it is really nice to hear such wonderful achievements. i feel that she should be absorbed in an IIT for Ph.D programme.


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Sub: Aarti Jajoo, M Sc at 16

Hi, Fantastic, a live example to the students who are even find it difficult to pass their SSC/SSLC. God may bless this child at each ...


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Sub: congratulations

congratulationa aarthi, now, donot stop .. get going to acghive the doctrate as well as the hattrick of yoiur achievements,. good work. i appriciate all ...


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Congratulations and best wishes to Aarti. Her achievement is certainly a boost to up and coming youngsters in the country. What is surprising is that ...


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