Raja Anirudh Sriram won silver medal in Singapore Math Olympiad

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Raja Anirudh Sriram, a Class IV student from Tirupati, won a silver medal in the prestigious Singapore Maths Olympiad.

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  • This achievement made his family, school, and the state of Andhra Pradesh proud.

  • Among the 23 Indian participants in the Singapore International Math Olympiad Challenge (SIMOC), Raja Anirudh was the only representative from Andhra Pradesh.

  • The SIMOC program hosted over 2000 students from 32 countries, providing a global platform for young math talents.

  • At only four years old, he set a record by identifying 100 cars in 160 seconds, demonstrating an extraordinary memory.

  • At the age of six, he became the youngest Indian to earn the 'Microsoft Office Specialist Certificate', highlighting his technical prowess.

  • He achieved recognition at international forums such as the International Mathematics Olympiad and ABACUS Mental Mathematics competitions.

  • Successive victories in the Singapore and Asian School Mathematics Olympiads at the age of seven and eight demonstrated his dedication.

  • Minister of Education of Singapore - Chan Chun Sing

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