India Book of Records felicitated students from Kuwait with the title of ‘Junior Memory Grandmaster’
The Chief Editor of India Book of Records, Dr. Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury felicitated six students from different schools of Kuwait with the Junior Grand Master Title on Saturday, April 28, 2012, during the Super Memory Seminar sessions conducted by IndiansinKuwait.com web portal. The students demonstrated their memory skills live in front of packed audience in Kuwait Medical Association Auditorium, Jabriya. These students were asked to recall 50 abstract numbers, written on the back board. The students not only recalled the 50 numbers quickly from first to last, but also recalled them in reverse order easily. The audiences were amazed to see their performances and applauded them with loud clapping. The students then shared their experiences about the memory techniques taught by Memory Guru, Dr. Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury and how it benefitted in their day to day life and in their academic curriculum. Later, at the end of the session, Dr. Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury presented each student with certificates and trophies from India Book of Records.
The students who received the Junior Grandmaster Title are as follows:
1.Manar Asad Khan (ICSK School)
2.Varshini Balasubramanium (Gulf Indian School)
3.Ayush Ashutosh Panigrahi (Indian Central School)
4.Pooja Gopikrishnan (ICSK School)
5.Praveena Makesh (Gulf Indian School)
6.Pratyusha D (Indian Educational School)
Dr. Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury, also informed that these students name will appear in the next edition of India Book of Records. Further, these students will be nurtured to achieve higher milestones.