‘Google Guru’: This 7-year-old kid is a teacher of UPSC, BTech aspirants


Union Public Service Commission Civil Services Examination is one of the toughest and challenging competitive examinations in India. Preparing for the UPSC CSE exam is an important undertaking, requiring rigorous study of the prescribed syllabus. However, conveying this knowledge to others becomes a major challenge. Even college professors sometimes struggle to teach candidates effectively. Yet, amidst this difficulty, a remarkable story emerges from Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh, where a seven-year-old boy is doing the unimaginable.
Guru UpadhyayPopularly known as 'google guru', is a resident of Gora Nagar Colony, Vrindavan. Born on July 14, 2016, Guru has not only mastered the UPSC exam subjects at the young age of five, but has also played the role of a teacher and taught aspirants in 14 subjects, including important subjects. Are. UPSC and engineering exams. His extraordinary talent has attracted widespread attention, earning him recognition in the India Book of Records.
In an interview, Guru's proud father Arvind Kumar Upadhyay shared that his son is studying 14 subjects of the UPSC exam in both online and offline modes. Gurus teach their students who appear for competitive exams like engineering and UPSC.
According to his father, Guru remembers things quickly. His father also mentioned that even as an infant, Guru showed extraordinary ability to recognize flags of 60 countries by listening to his parents studying for the UPSC exam. Additionally, he could also easily identify the capitals of these countries.
Recently, Mahant Nritya Gopal Das, President of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra, blessed this wonderful child. He honored Guru with a certificate from the India Book of Records and honored him as the youngest lecturer in the country.
Guru's mother Priya emphasized that she never put any pressure on Guru to learn. “It's just a game for him and that's why he remembers everything he hears or sees around him,” he said. Priya highlighted Guru's sharp mind and how he grasps information instantly. “Since my husband and I are both preparing for UPSC, the guru usually sits next to us and learns from what we discuss verbally,” she said.

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