Meet Vaishnavi Shrivastava, The 9-Year-Old ‘Google Girl’, Who Passed The CCC Exam – Apna TPO

Age is just a number. This phrase can be used for elderly people, who achieve something that is usually thought to be attainable only at a young age. Vaishnavi Srivastava’s case is the exact opposite. Hailing from Jaunpur in Uttar Pradesh, this nine-year-old has created history by passing the Course on Computer Concepts (CCC) exam at such a young age. Not only has she passed the exam, but she completed the 90-minute duration exam in just 50 minutes. Vaishnavi Srivastava, who is now known as the Google girl, is a resident of Husenabad Nagar locality. Her father Anurag Srivastava is an advocate in the civil court. Right from primary school, Vaishnavi showed signs of having a terrific memory, being able to remember things easily.

Recognising her talent, her parents began to feed her with as much knowledge as they could, making her memorise the names of different countries, foreign politicians and personalities and more. Her telephonic memory allowed her to memorise and remember everything and that has earned her the moniker ‘Google Girl’ of Jaunpur.

While appearing for the CCC exam, Vaishnavi faced some issues with her internet connectivity and hence could appear for just 50 mins for the exams, which has a duration of 90 minutes. Despite this, Vaishnavi has passed the exam in the B category. This exam was conducted on June 13 and the result was announced on July 12.

Vaishnavi made a record previously as well, on November 3, 2020, by reciting the names of 28 states of India and their capitals, 8 union territories and names of 196 countries of the world including capitals in just 3 minutes 21 seconds in the online competition of International Book of Records. Vaishnavi’s name is also registered in the Bravo International Book of Records. So far, Vaishnavi has won a total of 9 titles in international online competitions.

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