Smashing the record of an Indian professor, a nine-year-old Pakistani girl has become the youngest within the world to rearrange the chemical elements of the table within the shortest possible time. 

Natalia Najam, the science enthusiast from Lahore, achieved the Guinness World Records title by arranging the periodic chart in only 2 minutes 42 seconds, breaking the previous record by 7 seconds. The title was previously held by Indian economics professor Meenakshi Agarwal who completed an equivalent task in 2 minutes and 49 seconds. 

Pakistan nine year old girls sets recrods in Chemistry

Pakistan Girls breaks Indian Professor's record in Chemistry

The prodigy received a powerful thumbs up from the judges as she vigorously completed the task. Natalia hopes her achievement will inspire other Pakistani children to require an interest in science and pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). The lass is being hailed as ‘Pakistan’s young scientist’ for her remarkable feat. People hope that she is going to become an idea for Pakistani girls to require science subjects. 

Meanwhile, her father Hasan Najam has revealed that his Natalia has not received formal schooling and has been educated reception. She has become one of the hallmarks of Pakistani nation who have marked the name Pakistan on world forums. As the public is interviewed the public on this success, they hailed her as the daughter of Pakistan. 

People are cherishing her success and it has started to prove an impetus for the rapidly growing rate of female education in Pakistan. Natalia is a role model for our young girls - such are the remarks of the general public on her academic triumph. 

It is also expected from the Pakistan government to acclaim her effort in the near future and confers upon governmental recognition. Her victory marks a milestone in the history of Pakistan, for very few females from Pakistan have until now bagged such awards at the international level as compared to males.