1.5-yr-old boy finds place in India Book of Records by answering tests in 20 categories
Kalanjoor (Pathanamthitta):One and a half-year-old Sooryamadhav is already familiar with major personalities, vehicles and household objects. The little one successfully passed the tests of India Book of Records and obtained the record.
Sooryamadhav faced exams in 20 categories via online. He correctly answered questions in 20 categories including 23 household objects, 5 personalities, 7 vehicles, 8 organs, seasons in India and 5 Covid preventive methods. He performed well in 15 out of the 20 tests, the India Book of Records authorities informed.
Sooryamadhav is son of Kalanjoor native G Satheesh Kumar, an air force personnel, and A S Neethu, a software engineer at IBM. They are settled in Bengaluru. Satheesh and Neethu applied for the record for their child after watching a programme in Mathrubhumi News channel in which a 3-year-old kid was showing his extraordinary level of intelligence.
As Sooryamadhav used to identify household objects and personalities accurately, we applied for the record, his parents said. It was Neethu’s mother Ambika who introduced names of great personalities, household objects and other things to Sooryamadhav and gradually developed the talent in him.