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    Student Achievements - World Records in Concentration, Memory & Calculations

    World Record - Memorising 100 Random Objects

    Nandini Sankhla (Born on 5th February 2000) from Punjab, India achieved the record by memorising 100 randomly selected objects in 9 min. and 49 seconds only. She then recalled all the 100 objects in both forward order and reversed order with 100% accuracy. Names of 100 objects were read out to a blindfolded Nandini by the members of the audience after which, she recalled them in 3 minutes and 32 seconds in forward order and in 4 minutes and 42 seconds in reversed order at IBRI Skill Academy, on 29th May 2009.

    Most Random Digits Memorised in One Minute

    Lakshika Sani (Born on 26th January 2002) from Uttrakhand, India achieved the record “Most Random Digits Memorised in One Minute”. She memorised 32 random digits selected by Judges in one minute and recalled in both forward, reverse and random order with 100% accuracy on 14th October, 201 7 at Marwah Studios Complex, Film City, Sector-16A, NO1DA, Uttar Pradesh. India. The event was organised by the International Brain Research Institute (India).

    World Record - Playing Mobile Game Non-Stop Blindfolded

    Bhawani Singh (Born on 16th January 2006) from Uttarakhand, India achieved the record “Playing Mobile Game Non-Stop Blindfolded”. He played mobile game “Subway Surfers” blindfolded for 2 minutes 38 seconds on 19th February 2017 in front of Official Adjudicators of Unique World Records Limited at Hotel Bahia Fort, Bathinda, Punjab. The event was organised by International Brain Research Institute (India).

    World Record - Most Balls Colour Identified from Front in One Minute Blindfolded

    Ashman K. Bajwa (Born on 10th June 2007) from Punjab, India achieved the record “Most Balls Colour Identified from Front in One Minute Blindfolded”. She identified colours of more than 92 balls blindfolded in one minute on 19th February 2017 in front of Official Adjudicators of Unique World Records Limited at Hotel Bahia Fort, Bathinda, Punjab. The event was organised by International Brain Research Institute (India).

    World Record - Most Playing Cards Colour Identified in One Minute Blindfolded

    “Most Playing Cards Colour Identified in One Minute Blindfolded”. She identified more than 152 Flash Cards colours in one minute blindfolded on 19th February 2017 in front of Official Adjudicators of Unique World Records Limited at Hotel Bahia Fort, Bathinda, Punjab. The event was organised by International Brain Research Institute (India).

    World Record - Fastest Writing Using Hand Touching in One Minute Blindfolded

    Simran Kanwar Tanwar (Born on 23rd July 2005) from Rajasthan, India achieved the record “Fastest Writing using Hand Touching in One Minute Blindfolded”. She wrote more than 18 words by hand touching blindfolded in one minute on 19th February 2017 in front of Official Adjudicators of Unique World Records Limited at Hotel Bahia Fort, Bathinda, Punjab.

    World Record - Most Balls Colour Identified from Front in One Minute Blindfolded

    Bhawani Singh (Born on 16th January 2006) from Uttarakhand, India achieved the record “Most Balls Colour Identified from Front in One Minute Blindfolded”. He identified colours of 66 balls blindfolded in one minute on 31st January 2016 in front of Official Adjudicators of Unique World Records Limited at Hotel Bahia Fort, Bathinda, Punjab. The event was organised by International Brain Research Institute (India).

    World Record - Most Note Numbers Identified in One Minute Blindfolded

    Navjot Kaur Bhogal (Born on 9th January 2005) from Punjab, India achieved the record “Most Note Numbers Identified in One Minute Blindfolded”. She identified numbers of 11 notes blindfolded in one minute on 31st January 2016 in front of Official Adjudicators of Unique World Records Limited at Hotel Bahia Fort, Bathinda, Punjab. The event was organised by International Brain Research Institute (India).

    World Record - Fastest Writing by Hand Using Feet Touching in One Minute Blindfolded

    Ritika (Born on 26th November 2001) from Punjab, India achieved the record “Fastest Writing by Hand Using Feet Touching in One Minute Blindfolded”. She wrote 18 words by hand using feet touching blindfolded in one minute on 31st January 2016 in front of Official Adjudicators of Unique World Records Limited at Hotel Bahia Fort, Bathinda, Punjab. The event was organised by International Brain Research Institute (India).

    World Record - Most Flash Cards Identified in One Minute Blindfolded

    Harmandeep Singh (Born on 22nd November 2001) from Punjab, India achieved the record “Most Flash Cards Identified Blindfolded in One Minute”. He identified 140 Flash Cards, containing numbers and letters of English alphabet in one minute on 31st January 2016 in front of Official Adjudicators of Unique World Records Limited at Hotel Bahia Fort, Bathinda, Punjab. The event was organised by International Brain Research Institute (India).

    World Record - Most Balls Colour Identified from Back in One Minute Blindfolded

    Khushmanpreet Kaur (Born on 5th December 2006) from Punjab, India achieved the record “Most Balls Colour Identified from Back in One Minute Blindfolded”. She identified colours of 54 balls blindfolded in one minute on 31st January 2016 in fronter Official Adjudicators of Unique World Records Limited at Hotel Bahia Fort, Bathinda, Punjab. The event was organised by International Brain Research Institute (India).

    World Record - Fastest to Type A-Z Alphabets on Computer Blindfolded

    Shivalika Jaiswal (Born on 15th February 2007) form Bihar, India achieved the record “Fastest to Type A-Z Alphabets on Computer Blindfolded”. She typed A to Z alphabets on computer blindfolded in 6.21 seconds on 31st January 2016 in front of Official Adjudicators of Unique World Records Limited at Hotel Bahia Fort, Bathinda, Punjab. The event was organised by International Brain Research Institute (India).

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