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Zunaira Khan

In an incredible story of precocious talent, a young 12- year-old girl from the city has emerged as a software developer and a budding entrepreneur. The talented young girl Zunaira Khan has been developing software for various clients from the age of eight years and has pursued it passionately until now when she is aged around twelve years. Speaking to ANI Zunaira Khan said, “My mother is an IT Trainer and used to take classes for B Tech students. I was fascinated by the way she used to teach them and asked her to train me. I started learning at the age of seven and developing software at the age of eight years.” She has developed many business applications for various organisations, and she is running her own company. Zunaira has been conferred with the title of ‘Digital Ambassador’ of Delhi Public School where she is pursuing her seventh class studies.


Known as the Google Boy, Kautilya Pandit is too intelligent for a ten-year-old. He garnered fame at a mere age of five years when he acquired intelligence in several subjects. He was awarded a scholarship from the Haryana government and also hosted the KBC show with the veteran actor Amitabh Bachchan on the occasion of Children's Day in 2013.
He has an IQ of 130 points, which is surprisingly more than the children of his age.
He has been awarded titles like "Bal Manishi" and several other awards that include the honour from the Spiritual Guru Shree Shree Dadi Gulzar of Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University. Kautilya is one of our genius young achievers in India and we’re so proud!

Master Svanik Sanjay Kanekar

I am sure your first instinct would be to quickly scroll the calendar on your phone. But that is not the case for the 5 years, 4 month and 27 day old Master Svanik Sanjay Kanekar who can instantly answer the day of the week when asked any random date from the years 2017, 2018 and 2019. This young human calendar of Goa has made his mark felt all across the country and marked his entry into the India Book of Records on April 3, 2019. 

V. Sakthivel


What can a 4 year, 11 month & 28 day old  child do in half a minute? Let your imagination run wild. But  V. Sakthivel of Chennai, Tamil Nadu  will still surprise you by his achievement of solving the Rubik’s cube in a mere 28.73 seconds, as accomplished on April 24, 2019.

Melita Tessy

Chennai’s Melita Tessy had the idea of a sci-fi novel when she was just 15-year-old. And within a period of 2 years, she took Battle of the Spheres from the ideation phase to the shelves. No mean task this, but she seems to have pulled it off beautifully.


The book follows the life of Jacelyn, a human who disappears into the core of the Earth. There she finds a civilization of ‘crumans’ plotting to take revenge on humans for their wanton destruction of the planet. And now that Jacelyn has fallen into their laps, they plan to use her as a bait? The story picks up when Jacelyn meets Reffin, a cruman boy and the Mantlanian Princess, and they band together to save the earth from a destructive war.

The story is full of plot twists that’ll have readers on the edge of their seats and comes with the important and intelligently posed question of the price the human race will have to pay for their actions towards Mother Nature.

The simple act of becoming a published author at 15 has taken Melita Tessy from a regular teenager to a girl we all look up to. For where most of us only dream of writing a book (to endlessly postpone the task because something more important came up), this kid has managed to do that at such a young age. Bravo!