Reportedly, Kartikeya’s father is a farmer who bought him a mobile phone of around Rs. 10,000 for his online classes during the Covid-19 pandemic. The boy said that during the coding process, the phone started showing many problems, but the 12-year-old managed to work with it and continued his studies with the help of YouTube.
He told to HT, “I created three applications–one for General Knowledge named Lucent G.K. online, second for coding and graphic designing called Ram Kartik Learning Centre and third was Shri Ram Kartik Digital Education. These apps are providing free training to more than 45,000 students at present.”
“I urge the government to help my son so that he can develop other applications. He is an outstanding talent and I want that he shall serve the nation in digital technology. Our village has high power cuts but Karitkeya’s zeal is so high that he is managing all crises. Haryana deputy chief minister Dushyant Chautala and chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar also talked to him and motivated him for his achievements,” Ajit added.
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