New Delhi: Nischal Narayanam has become the country's youngest Chartered Account at the age of 19.
Narayanam is also hailed as a mathematical genius.
Albeit he has cleared the CA exam recently, yet Narayanam will have wait for two more years to enrol in the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India as the minimum age of admission in ICAI is 21.
“The journey wasn’t easy and a tough one. But I was determined to achieve it,” The Hindu quoted Narayanam as saying.
Padmavathy, Narayanam's mother, was the first to recognise his talent when he was just 9-year-old.
“He was passionate about numbers and I was amazed at his skills,” his mother told the daily.
“He has mentors from across the world and is trained in methodologies of several countries in Mathematics and Memory,” she added.
Narayanam has won several laurels from a very young age and has an amazing memory.
He is the youngest ‘Double Guinness World Record holder' in the category of memory, youngest World Memory Champion, one of the “7 brilliant brains of the world” as accredited by National Geographic Channel and youngest graduate in the history of Osmania University from where he completed his B.Com and M.Com, the daily noted.