Raja Anirudh Sriram won silver medal in Singapore Math Olympiad
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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