At the age of 11, we and you might have hardly entered in the middle school but Agastya Jaiswal of Hyderabad has already done with junior college in this small age. By passing the Intermediate examination, Agastya has become the youngest boy in Telangana to do so. He picked civics, economics, and commerce as main subjects for the Intermediate examination and scored 63% marks. He is a student of St. Mary’s Junior College at Yousufguda, Hyderabad.
Agastya was very happy after the result was declared and he stated that he want to continue his graduation in commerce during the next three years but ultimately, he wants to become a doctor. This seems a little irrelevant that how a commerce graduate can become a doctor but Agastya has a special plan for this all.
He says that he will repeat his intermediate after becoming a commerce graduate. But while repeating the Intermediate, he will select a different set of subjects that will lead him towards the way to becoming a doctor. He will choose chemistry, physics and biology subjects(BiPC) to repeat intermediate Then, He will face the medical entrance exam to secure a seat in the MBBS course.
Actually, a student needs to complete at least the age of 17 years to sit in the medical entrance exam. Agastya doesn’t want to waste his time, that’s why he wants to come back to junior college. “Rather than wasting my time after completing my intermediate, I would like to go ahead with a graduation course taking commerce as a subject”, he says. He was only of eight years at the time of passing 10th class. He had to take a gap year to further enroll for intermediate education.
His parents helped him to study for this all. They taught him not to mug up with the topics but understand them and write the answers.