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Time magazine named the 15-year-old scientist “Kid of the Year”

Washington: Time Magazine has named 15-year-old Indian-American scientist Geeta Najli Rao as the first ‘Kid of the Year’.

According to the World News Agency, Time Magazine has named ‘Kid of the Year’ for children under the age of ‘Man of the Year’ in the style of ‘Man of the Year’. The lottery has been drawn for 15-year-old Geeta Najli Rao.

Time Magazine also has the backing of Nicolodean, a popular TV channel for ‘Kid of the Year’, and the two shortlisted four of the 500 teenagers around the world, including the United States, and Geeta Najli Rao Has been awarded this honor.
Geeta Najli Rao had invented amazing technologies to deal with everything from contaminated drinking water to narcotic compounds and cybercrime, and devised strategies to address these issues around the world on a permanent basis.

During the video chat with the jury, Geeta gave the impression of being an intelligent, generous and inspiring personality for the youth. In his message, Gita said, “Do not tire yourself in trying to solve every problem, but focus only on what irritates you.”

It should be noted that Time Magazine has been announcing the Man of the Year award since 1927, which is now also called the Person of the Year. The person holding this award is considered lucky.

And it transparently announces the ‘Person of the Year’ at the end of each year, and the winner of the magazine is considered the luckiest person in the world.

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