Rohan Khatwani, a ninth-grader Pakistani made the entire nation proud as he set a new world record by arranging the periodic table in just 1 minute and 58 seconds.
Rohan has broken the world record for the fastest attempt to arrange the Periodic Table. The existing record was 2 minutes and 42 seconds.
The boy hails from Thar, set the record at the Islamabad Science Festival. The event was arranged at the Pakistan National Council of Arts on February 13.
The Deputy Commissioner of Islamabad Hamza Shafqat inaugurated the event.
Moreover, the Government of Pakistan in an official tweet congratulated Khatwani, saying that he had made the nation proud through this feat.
Rohan Khatwani, a ninth-grader Pakistani made the entire nation proud as he set a new world record by arranging the periodic table in just 1 minute & 58 seconds.#PrideofPakistan pic.twitter.com/UNuxcIEU6Z
— Government of Pakistan (@GovtofPakistan) February 16, 2021
According to a press release issued in this regard, around 80 schools participated in the festival and displayed their projects.
The innovative ideas Include walk-in sanitising stations, precautions against coronavirus, and myth-busting related to COVID-19 remedies, among others.
Earlier, the Government of Pakistan commended Zara Naeem, who broke the world record by scoring the highest marks in the Financial Reporting exam conducted in December 2020.