MSC Degree attained by a Young Girl Aged 15: Limca Book of Records
Msc Degree attained by a young girl aged 15. Is it a dream or reality? Of course it is a reality. The girl named Sushma Verma has attained the MSc Degree from the college where her father is working in sanitation section. She has been a native of Lucknow. In her fifteen years Sushma had finished graduation and post graduation and became the youngest student in the country to complete post graduation in Micro Biology.
She had completed her MSc in microbiology from Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar (Central) University, BBAU with top most positions with Semester Grade Point Average of 8, 8.25 and 9.
“She is likely to top the course but we are waiting for the cumulative marks which will be available soon,” said Dr Naveen Kumar Arora, Head of Environmental Microbiology department at BBAU.
Her ambition is to do research in environmental microbiology and she would be given admission under the special category in the university.
“I was attracted to this field when we had to do fieldwork in the fourth semester, or when we would have to do lab work such as isolate Rhizobium bacteria in roots of leguminous plants,” said Sushma.
Sushama’s parents are really blessed to have a gifted child. They can be really proud of her. Her father is Tej Bahadur who is an assistant supervisor (sanitation) at BBAU while her mother is Chaya Devi who is a housewife.
She is not only the youngest PG student but also the youngest student to class X when she was seven and so attained a good place in Limca Book of Records. Actually her brother is also a gifted child who had completed BCA at the age of 14. Currently along with his job he is doing MCA in Bangalore and her youngest sister of age three can fluently read Ramayana and can read and write poems both in Hindi and English.
So the three children of the same parents are gifted. See how much blessed these parents are. Any way achievement of Sushama is mind blowing.