In an interview Kaur said, “Nothing is impossible and I knew I had to do it.” After this achievement, student of Huddard High School in Civil Lines area of Kanpur, Dilpreet Kaur is known as ‘calculator girl’.

The 8 standard student has also made a record to solve 1000 sums of divisions in just 17 minutes. Kaur has solved one digit 100-row addition in just 21 seconds. However, 19.23 seconds is the world record and her next target is to achieve this feat.

She has been apprised by a mail from the authorities of Limca Book of Records on October 29, 2015. Her parents said they were not aware that Kaur's hard work would set a new record.

Her mother Simran Kaur said Limca authorities have registered her name for 2017 record.  According to her father Manjeet Singh, Kaur had started solving mathematical problems when she was in the second standard and Kaur used to solve nearly 5,000 sums every day.

Singh added that solving sums were her passion and he had  guided her to follow ancient abacus theory to perform mathematical functions like multiplication, division, addition, subtraction, square root and cube root to improve her ability.

Now, 'the calculator girl' is preparing hard for the forthcoming World Mental Math competition organized by Delhi University from December 5.

Lauding Kaur's success, Huddard High School Principal KB Vincent said the management, teachers and students of the school are proud of little mathematician and wish her a great career ahead.

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