New York Governor honors Bangladeshi wonder boy Soborno

BanglaPress Desk
October 24, 2020

Chhabed Sathee : Andrew Cuomo the governor of the state of New York in the United States, has paid special tribute to the world’s youngest professor, the wonder boy of Bangladeshi descent the Soborno Isaac Bari. He was honored on behalf of all New Yorkers. The eight-and-a-half-year-old scientist, who was recognized by Harvard University by the state governor on October 17, was given a letter of appreciation for his work.
In recognition of Soborno, Governor Cuomo writes that Soborno is a man who has made a positive difference in the world at a very young age: through mathematics and physics, through anti-terrorism campaigns, through books! You are known around the world as a child prodigy.
“Your achievements in math and physics are commendable,” Cuomo said. As a scientist, I am fascinated by your wonderful awareness of current world events and your desire to use that awareness to promote world peace.
‘Through brotherhood, wisdom and empathy you have distinguished yourself as a ladder of deep character and values. And I’m proud to honor you on behalf of New York for your work. ”
On behalf of all New Yorkers, I commend you again, the Governor wrote in the acknowledgment. Because through The Love Book you have made progress in promoting harmony and tolerance among all religions. Congratulations and best wishes for continued success and happiness.
Soborno was born on April 9, 2012 in a Bengali family in New York. At a very young age, his fame spread around the world as he was able to solve problems in mathematics, physics and chemistry at the PhD level.
In 2018 Harvard University recognized him as a scientist. Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi has given him the ‘Global Child Prodigy Award’ in Delhi as a scientist.
Mumbai University has appointed Soborno as a visiting professor as a physicist.
Soborno’s parents said New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, through his delegation delivered the certificate to Soborno’s home. They also invited Subarna to meet the governor.