The journey of India Book of Records; International Collaboration started back in 2011, when the Chief Editor, Dr. Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury, was invited as the Chief Guest for an event organized by Vietnam Book of Records; in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
By the course of the event, the Chief Editor of Vietnam Book of Records Le Tran Truong An, and Dr. Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury, collaborated and took a pledge to bring the record holders from around the world in one platform.
The aim of the collaboration was to standardized and make a thriving global community of record holders. And with this aim in mind, it was concluded; that the Chief Editor of the Book of Records of Member Nations; will meet at least once every year; to discuss the future course of action.
The dialogue between the two chapters was carried forward and concluded that; the Joint Chief Editors Meet; will be hosted every year by one of the Member Nations. This Meet aimed to achieve the following objectives.
- To give Global Recognition to Record Holders from across the world
- To arrange an Exchange Program amongst the similar category of record holders from various parts of the world
To give Worldwide recognition to talents who created unique products. Every year an earnest effort is made towards ensuring that these extraordinary products reach the masses, and in turn, inspire people to innovate
The standardization effort of both India and Vietnam Book of Records gave birth to International Protocol for New Records (IPNR);a detailed guideline and protocols for record making, across the globe. While making guidelines for any record, all the Editors of various Chapters were consulted, and the benchmark was set for adjudicating all future records.
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The First Joint Chief Editors Meet held in - India
The India Book of Records; for the first time in the history of Record Books’ held the Joint Chief Editors Meet on 12-01-2012 in Delhi. The event was attended; by Chief Editors of Book of Records of all the Member Nations. On this very day, for the first time: A Book of Records was launched in two different languages – Hindi and English; simultaneously at 12 pm across 12 cities in India.