World’s Youngest Professor Suborno Isaac Bari Engages with Students in Kokrajhar

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Kokrajhar, BTR: On his two-day visit to Kokrajhar, world’s youngest professor Suborno Isaac Bari interacted with a multitude of students at the Bodofa Cultural Complex. The event, organized by the education department of the Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR), saw Professor Bari addressing the crowd on the significance of science and mathematics in education and research.

During the session, Professor Bari expressed his appreciation for the BTR administration’s focus on science and mathematics education. He commended the students for their knowledge and amiability, highlighting the importance of such initiatives in the region.

Born on April 9, 2012, in New York, Suborno Isaac Bari has garnered international acclaim for his prodigious talents. His achievements include authoring the book ‘The Love,’ aimed at combating prejudice stemming from religious differences. Recognized with the ‘Global Child Prodigy Award’ by Nobel Laureate Kailash Satyarthi, Bari’s accolades also include commendations from former President Barack Obama and acceptance into Harvard University’s gifted and talented program at the age of six.

The event, attended by local dignitaries and educators, left participants inspired by Professor Bari’s insights and contributions to the fields of physics and mathematics.

Wilson Hasda, BTR Executive Member, praised the enlightening conversations facilitated by Professor Bari, likening him to the Einstein and Isaac Newton of the 21st century.

EM Hasda posted on FB, “Today at the Bodofa Cultural Complex in Kokrajhar, I had the pleasure of spending quality time with 11-year-old Prof. Suborno Isaac Bari. He was the honored guest at the ‘Public Lecture on Learning Physics & Mathematics: Promoting Science in Our Society’ program organized by the BTR Government. Local youth and students from various schools & colleges in the BTR engaged in enlightening conversations with Prof. Bari, leaving them inspired and thrilled by the encounter. He is often compared to the Einstein and Isaac Newton of the 21st century. Meeting him in person was truly an inspiring experience. Esteemed lecturers from different colleges, as well as from the Bodoland University among others, attended the event.”

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