When a six-year-old child is asked about a country capital that he has never heard of, he can answer. No, but Google Boy Kautilya responds immediately when asked. Not only that, Kautilya has the answers to many such questions. The answer to such questions is that we cannot even think.
Kautilya is a resident of Karnal district in Haryana. This child has unusual knowledge. He was fond of learning something new at a young age. But at only six years of age, he was more knowledgeable than a 26 year old man. Bought a map of the world as well as some of General Knowledge's books. Screaming. One day his father read it and then immediately asked him to answer. The sight is saved in his mind like a computer. Meaning that Kautilya is not forgotten. Ksako is even more than the pupils studying in college your son saying to his father, General Knowledge
Gradually, Kautilya's knowledge increased and she began to learn many things about current affairs, all aspects of politics, geography, science, mathematics and history. No one has completed the question but Kautilya's answer is not complete. As the news spread, some news channels took the test of Kautilya in front of many academics. He was asked a number of questions. The answers he gave promptly. Due to this achievement, he became known as a Google Boy in India. He has been named as a special Google Boy for his knowledge. Because of this he gives instant answers only by Google. Has been done.
The prevalence of Sanskrit, Gujarati, Hindi and English languages has now become digital and according to social trends, writers are trying their imagination to make writing art. Experts said at the symposium organized by.
Symposium 1 was organized by the Department of English at Kutch University with the intention of bringing about language improvement and its usefulness in the future. Experts from other universities discussed current trends and English research and literature in this seminar held at the University Examiner.
This one-day workshop, chaired by VC Dr. Chandrasinh Jadeja, revealed that the digital platform is now becoming a simple medium. Without any management, one can present ideas and ideas that come through this medium. So, everyday events, such as current affairs, are also created as a source for discussions that arise due to such digital media. Because of this, a kind of literary material is becoming.
In sum, if one wishes, the ability to present the literature of current affairs or everyday events has to be developed. Meanwhile, Dr Kashmira Mehta, the head of the English department, said that the proudest moment for his department was that five simultaneous English scholars were announced to be awarded the doctorate. These are all five students. Two of whom are cousins. PhD students include Maitri Vyas, Kriti Vyas, Mansi Chauhan, Neerja Vaswada, Meha Sanghavi.