Nine-years old Pakistani girl beats Indian teachers, sets world record in chemistry

Natalia Najam wins the title after organizing all the elements of the periodic chart in just 2 minutes and 42 seconds

Nine-years old Pakistani girl beats Indian teachers, sets world record in chemistry

The nine-year-old Pakistani girl breaking the record of Indian professor became the fastest and 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, achieved the Guinness World Records title after arranging all elements of the periodic chart in just 2 minutes and 42 seconds on July 18, 2020, according to Gulf News.

She broke the previous record by 7 seconds. After setting the record, the young girl screamed with joy as the judges gave her a resounding thumbs up.

Earlier, Najam had achieved this feat by beating Meenakshi Agrawal, a professor of Indian economics, who completed the same task in 2 minutes and 49 seconds. The young Pakistani girl hopes her success will inspire children around the world to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STMM).

Many Pakistanis on social media praised him for calling him a "young scientist of Pakistan" and for encouraging his young children, especially girls, to adopt science subjects. According to local media, her father Hassan Najam says his daughter has not received a formal education and has studied at home.

Story Source Gulf News