The UP Board of Secondary Education grants this 11-year-old direct admission to the 9th grade | Tech US News


According to Yashvardhan's intellectual level, Uttar
Image source: FILE Considering Yashvardhan’s intellectual level, the Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education decided to admit him to the 9th standard.

Uttar Pradesh: Yashvardhan Singh, an 11-year-old prodigy from Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, got permission to take admission in class 9 from class 7. This happened after he applied to the Uttar Pradesh government for direct admission. The process was tedious. Yashvardhan had to undergo many trials. But still, the boy did a great job. Yashvardhan’s IQ was also tested at the psychological center and his IQ was found to be 129.

Considering his intellectual level, Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education decided to admit him in 9th standard. The Board of Education has also issued a letter to the Education Officers in Kanpur in this regard.

Yashvardhan also excelled in civil services related subjects. He teaches International Relations, Indian Ancient History, Politics and Geography to students preparing for IAS and PCS through his online coaching channel.

Yashvardhan’s father Anshuman Singh is a physiotherapist while his mother works as a teacher in the primary education department.

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