India Book of Records felicitates its Top 100 Record Holders on an Award Night held in Bhopal on March 15, 2019.

ROBOT PROTOTYPE WITH UTILITY IN FARMING

In an era where artificial intelligence and advanced technology is not a far-fetched concept, it is only time that the same was incorporated in one of the most predominant professions of India, agriculture. Aniket P Kak of Maharashtra, at the young age of 14, has set a record for making a multi-purpose voice-controlled robot prototype which can help farmers in auto-chemical spraying and soil testing through electro-conductive censors along with Bluetooth connectivity.

YOUNGEST PUBLISHER & EDITOR-IN-CHIEF OF A MEDICAL JOURNAL

A brilliant mind never fails to impress.

Varshil Mehta is the youngest publisher and editor-in-chief of a medical journal. The Mumbai based young man with his brilliant mind has published three volumes of an open access journal at a young age of just 25. He is not just exemplary in his field but is also a motivation to his peers and generation.

RECOGNIZING COUNTRY FLAGS

Five year old Manasvi P of Andhra Pradesh can leave you flabbergasted with her commendable talent of recognizing flags on 181 countries within a short period of time. She amazed us by achieving this record on February 28, 2019.

IDENTIFYING TRAFFIC SIGNALS AND WARNING SYMBOLS

Another young star of Medavakkam, Chennai has gained sheen by virtue of his ability to identify 30 warning signs and traffic symbols. At a tender age of 3 and a half, Tanay Sudev has proven that a child’s capabilities knows no bounds.

MOST RIGOROUS BUMP SKIPPING

Many of us find it difficult to skip rope. But the eighteen year old Chetan Pawar has already introduced a new benchmark by bump skipping 107 times in a mere 30 seconds. Unbelievable! Isn’t it? He set this incredible record at Dhruv Global School, Maharashtra on January 23, 2019.

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