The century another Chennai Super King scored

Gulzar Ahmed, a 15-year-old student of the DAV matriculation school in Mogappair near Madras, who switched his optional language subject just three years ago, has scored 100 out of 100 in Sanskrit, on the way to a second rank in the non-Tamil stream, reports Indian Express.

“Till Class VIII, I had Hindi as my optional language paper. I wanted a change and decided to try Sanskrit, as I could not opt for Tamil due to certain mandatory requirements,” Gulzar said.

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