Tanishka Sujit, a smart and worthy student from Indore, Madhya Pradesh, made history by graduating from the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya’s School of Social Sciences at the age of 15.Tanishka graduated with honours from her Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology programme, earning 74.20 percent.She passed the Class 12 exams at the age of 13 after passing Class 10 in first division.
“I have passed in BA Psychology from School of Social Science, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya with first division,” she told ANI. I want to study international law and would like to go to the United Kingdom or the United States to obtain a ‘Juris Doctor’ (or Doctor of Jurisprudence (JD), which is a graduate-entry degree).”
“After completing class 5 as a regular student, I sat for the high school entrance exam at the age of 11. I then took the Class 12th exam immediately, something I had never done before in India. As a result of our request, the Governor also altered the statute in the School Education Department. I finished my graduation now at the age of 15,” she continued.
During his April 1 visit to the state capital Bhopal for the Combined Commanders’ Conference, Sujit had the opportunity to meet PM Modi. The girl claimed that during the roughly 15-minute discussion, she informed the PM of her plans to study law in the US after finishing her BA examinations becoming India’s Chief Justice.
Sujit also talked about how PM Modi supported her in following her dream. In 2020, COVID-19 caused the teenage girl to lose both her father and grandfather.
In addition, Tanishka added when discussing her future study abroad plans, “My father Sujit passed away during the COVID-19 pandemic, so we had to deal with financial difficulties. I now have to travel to the US or the UK for my advanced studies, which will cost a lot of money. We have asked the government to support us financially through scholarships through Indore MP Shankar Lalwani.
Tanishka is quite clever, and she received a decent grade in her graduation, according to Indore MP Lalwani. She is the first female graduate at the age of 15 in history. She previously had a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi during which she communicated to him her intention to take over as Chief Justice of India.
Tanishka aspires to study overseas to obtain a degree in international law before returning to India to work for the government. She aspires to be India’s Chief Justice. After a lot of effort, Tanishka’s mother Anubha has helped her. We are attempting to obtain financial assistance from the Central Government or the Madhya Pradesh Government, Lalwani continued.