The student repeatedly recites the names of the 50 districts in Rajasthan; CM Gehlot calls on video
Ashok Gehlot, the chief minister of Rajasthan, stated last week that an extra 19 districts will be created in a single day, bringing the state's total number of districts to 50.
As the pupil memorized the names of all 50 districts in one go, a video of the student from the Udaipur hamlet of Khempur went viral.
According to Sushant's tweet, the student's name is Arjun.
Arjun's aptitude for studying won over the state's CM. After seeing the boy's viral video, Ashok Gehlot praised him and enquired as to how he could assist the young man.
A tweet posted under the user name @@pareek12sushant on the microblogging platform reads, "Arjun of Khempur village recited the names of 50 districts to his instructor after the creation of new districts in Rajasthan; the video quickly gained popularity. In a video conference with Arjun today, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot offered his encouragement and every kind of assistance for his academics."
The post that was tweeted has two videos.
In the first video, a youngster is heard reading the names of all 50 districts aloud in a classroom.
The second video shows CM Gehlot video calling Arjun and praising him for being able to recall the names of every district that had lately been created.
According to reports, Arjun is a fourth-grader at Alok Deep School in Khempur.
The names of each district in the state are shown below.
Visited Tola, Udaipur, Chittorgarh, Rajsamand, Pratapgarh, Dungarpur, Banswara, Anupgarh, Balutra, Beor, Deg, Dadwana, Kachman, Dodo, Jodhpur East, Jodhpur West, Kikadi, Kotpatli, Khairtal, Nekam Phaludi, Salamber, Sanchore, and Shahpura.