Kartikayan Kashyap, a student of St. Mary’s School in Assam’s North Lakhimpur, has earned the distinction with an incredible feat during the lockdown.
Kartikayan Kashyap, a student of St. Mary’s School in Assam’s North Lakhimpur district has been included in the International Book of World Records after receiving 90 certificates in 24 days during lockdown from his participation in various online quizzes and competitions held in the state, national, and international levels.
The previous record for this achievement was held by Suresh Deshkumar Prajapati of Rajasthan who was awarded 88 certificates in 60 days. Kashyap, who studies in class IX, has been registered in the International Book of World Records under the ‘Maximum Certificates Achieved in a Short Period of Time’ on its Google App.
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