Kartikayan Kashyap, a student of Class- IX of St Mary’s School in Assam’s North Lakhimpur, has got his name registered in the International Book of World Records for receiving 90 certificates in just 24 days from his participation in different online quiz and other competitions held in the state, national and international levels during lockdown.

By this achievement, Kartikayan has broken the previous record by Suresh Deshkumar Prajapati of Rajasthan who got 80 numbers of certificates in 60 days’ time.

Kartikayan’s name has also been registered in the International Book of World Records in the category ‘Maximum Certificates Achieved in a Short Period of Time’ in its Google App.

This has qualified Kartikayan to register his name in the Golden Book of World Records, Universal Achievers Book of Records, Limca Book of Records, Best of India Record, Online Book of Record and Indian Achievers Book of Record by achieving 250 numbers of certificates of various state, national and international contests in 36 days’ time.

Farhana Ahmed

Farhana Ahmed is Northeast Now Correspondent in North Lakhimpur. She can be reached at: farhana.ahmed777@gmail.com