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Akrit Jaswal became the world's youngest surgeon at 7 and has a 146 IQ
04.03.2021 Think Change India
Medicine

Akrit Jaswal was walking and talking by the time he was 10 months old. He started reading and writing by the age of two. He was reading Shakespeare, in English by the time he was five. Akrit has an I.Q. of 146, the highest I.Q. of any boy of his age in India. 

It doesn’t end here. Akrit also became the world’s youngest surgeon at the age of 7. Akrit has had a reputation for being a medical genius. He successfully operated on an eight-year-old girl-a burn patient. As a result of the burn, her fingers had fused together. Akrit performed the surgery and freed her fingers. 

Akrit was sponsored and mentored by Mr B. R. Rahi the Chairman of Secondary Education in Dharamshala. At 12, Akrit was studying for a science degree at Chandigarh College. He is the youngest student ever accepted by an Indian University, reports AcchiKhabre.

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