A Pakistani boy has set a world record of arranging the periodic table in one minute and 58 seconds.
The previous record of the fastest arrangement of periodic table was two minutes and 42 seconds.
Rohan Khatwani, a resident of Thar, set the record at the Islamabad Science Festival which was held at the Pakistan National Council of Arts on February 13.
Around 80 schools participated in the Islamabad Science Festival and displayed their projects.
The government of Pakistan has termed Rohan Khatwani as ‘pride of Pakistan’. In a tweet, the Government of Pakistan stated that Rohan Khatwani, a ninth-grader Pakistani, made the entire nation proud as he set a new world record by arranging the periodic table in just 1 minute & 58 seconds.