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Children Achievers Of 2018: All You Need To Know


2018 has been a great year for young achievers of India. From topping national board exams to winning major sport events, India has had it's fair share of exemplary young achievers this year. 

These children not only made their parents proud, but also put India on the world map with their achievements.

Swipe through the clips below to know more about these prodigious youngsters and share their stories with your child so that she may be inspired. 


Meghna Srivastava

Meghna Srivastava topped the Class 12 CBSE Board Exams for 2018. The Ghaziabad based girl scored an incredible 499/500 marks to become the all India topper. Although she was surprised that she scored such high marks, she believes that it was her h...

Anish Bhanwala

It isn't just academics that young Indians excel at, they're pretty god at sports as well. Meet Anish Bhanwala, India's youngest ever gold medal winner at the Commonwealth Games. Anish stormed his way to the gold and broke a record as well in the ...

Samay Godika

Samay Godika won the Breakthrough Junior Challenge science competition in 2018. The Bengaluru based boy, a student of NPS Koramangala, won around $400,000 in prize money. He created a video exploring circadian rhythms, which regulate our body cloc...

Swayam Das

Yet another topper on the list, and this time it's Swayam Das from Mumbai. The 15 year old topped the ICSE Board Exams in 2018. Swayam strictly avoided social media while he was preparing for the exams. He also ensured that he played some football...

Prakhar Mittal

In 2018, Prakhar Mittal topped the Class 10 CBSE Boards. Amazingly, Prakhar scored 499 marks out of 500, losing out on a perfect score in the subject of French. Prakhar is also an accomplished pianist. He would take walks outside and listen to Wes...


If you're the world's second youngest Chess Grandmaster, it's obvious that you're exceedingly talented. Pragganandhaa hails from Chennai and studies at the Velammal School. He achieved the title of Grandmaster at just 12 years old, whereas Viswana...

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