A nine-year-old Pakistani girl, named Natalia Najam, was able to break the Guinness world record, which was initially achieved by a female Indian professor, Meenakshi Agarwal.
Pakistan is indeed full of such talented girls and boys. The girl is now the youngest and the fastest to have ever arranged the chemical elements of a periodic table.
Pakistani kid Natalia Najam,a Science enthusiast broke Guinness World Record in #Chemistry. She is now the youngest & fastest person to arrange all elements of the periodic table in record time
The previous record holder was a India Chemistry Professor.
— Gwadar Pro Official (@Gwadar_Pro) July 30, 2020
Talking of the previous record, the Indian professor set it at a time of 2 minutes, 49 seconds. On July 18, however, Natalia broke the record, arranging the chemical elements in just 2 minutes and 42 seconds. That’s exactly 7 seconds shorter than the previous one.
Shortly after breaking the record and setting a new one, the nine-year-old Pakistani girl was very happy with her achievement. She screamed with joy, as the female judge gave her a thumbs up. Furthermore, according to the Gulf News, the little girl hopes her achievement will motivate other kids to pursue careers in courses related to Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
Following the achievement of the new world record in chemistry, many people took to various social media platforms, including Twitter, to hail the nine-year-old Pakistani girl. According to many Pakistani Twitter users, they tagged the little girl with a new name, “Pakistan’s young scientist”. Additionally, many people mentioned that the girl is an inspiration to many kids in the world, eyeing the STEM subjects.
There is a wave of joy and pride all over social media.
PROUD MOMENT: A nine-year-old Pakistani girl breaking the record of Indian professor became the fastest & youngest in the world to arrange the chemical elements of the periodic table in the shortest possible time – Natalia Najam, the Lahore-based science enthusiast #pakistan pic.twitter.com/ASdVYF194r
— Fouq Ahmed (@Fouq_A) August 3, 2020
دن کی شروعات فخریہ خبر سے نو سالہ پاکستانی طالبہ نتالیہ نجم نے کیمسٹری کے Periodic table کے تمام elements کو تیز رفتاری سے ترتیب دے کر نیا گینز ورلڈ ریکارڈ بنا لیا اس سے پہلے ریکارڈ ایک بھارتی ماھر تعلیم کے پاس تھا
یہ ھے وہ لوگ جنھیں ھم نے گلوریفائ کرنا ھے زبردست#NataliaNajam pic.twitter.com/PmWoW5wixD
— ڈاکٹر نبیل حسن (@NabTheDentist) July 30, 2020
Even our children can beat their professors, yet they try to portray us as terrorists. Poor neighbor! 😁
Natalia Najam, you are our pride. Live long!
— Rebel Field (@RebelField1) August 3, 2020
Congratulation Natalia Najam, a Pakistani girl who broke the record of an Indian professor of chemistry, completed the record of making a periodic table in two minutes and 42 seconds, while Indian professor Meenakshi Agrawal set the record in two minutes and 49 seconds. pic.twitter.com/A04PEbYn3u
— RaNa BilaL (@AB18PK) August 2, 2020
However, the most surprising fact was revealed by Natalia’s father after her achievement. Speaking of Natalia, Hasan Najam, the father of the nine-year-old Pakistani girl said she has never received any formal schooling. Instead, she learned from home, according to a local media report.
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