- Prathap NM is one of the people around the world using their God-given talents in doing great things for their country
- The 22-year-old engineer won gold medals for building drones from e-waste
- Prathap built his first functional drone from scratch when he was 16
There are a lot of people who should be celebrated and commended for projecting their countries positively with their ingenuity and creativity. Prathap NM is one of these people.
The Indian man made his country proud by winning gold medals after making drones from e-waste.
Prathap, who is a graduate of Arts, Science and Commerce, had been tinkering with drones since he was 14 years, India Times reports.
Legit.ng gathers that the boy built his first functional drone from scratch when he was 16, and currently has to his credit, over 600 drones.
Prathap created drones that can be used for delivery, for providing rehabilitation and relief to disaster-struck places, surveillance among various others.
He was awarded the Albert Einstein Gold Medal at the International Drone Expo in 2018 in Hanover, Germany.
Prathap also bagged gold and silver medals at the International Robotics Exhibition that was held in Tokyo in 2017, along with a cash prize of Rs 7 lakhs (N3,566,740.72).
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a 15-year-old boy identified as Uge Chinedu showed how creative he was by designing a building prototype.
Chinedu, who is currently in junior secondary school 3, started designing building prototype when he was in primary 5.
Chinedu lives with his mother at Okofia, Otolo, Nnewi in Anambra state.
In other news, Joshua Beckford, a 14-year-old boy who was diagnosed with high functioning autism, was named as one of the most intelligent children in the world.
At the age of six, most kids are still learning how to read and count, however, at that age, Beckford was intellectually ready to attend one of the best universities in the world.
At just 10 months old, Beckford could already read, write and understand the alphabet. By the time he turned two, he could read fluently and he could speak Japanese by the age of three.
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