Guinness Book Of World Record - First Aid Training
Program Location : Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
Program Date : 2018-10-08
Be first in first aid also promising
3540 children made a world record by taking first aid training together for 75 minutes. By getting information related to First Aid, the promising people proved themselves first. 3540 children of the capital took the training of First Aid together and took the Guinness Book of World Records. Earlier this record was made by 2582 children of United Kingdom.
Under the Vigyan Mahotsav, awareness training on giving first aid to the injured person was organized under the supervision of Rishi Nath, representative of the Guinness Book of World Records team in the Inaugural Hall at Indira Gandhi Pratishthan. In this, 3540 children from 18 schools of the city participated, according to the Guinness Book of World Records team, the time of 90 minutes for training was completed in just 75 minutes. The students put the Guinness Book of World Records in the country's bag after knowing the information related to First Aid closely. After the record announcement, the representative Rishinath handed over the Guinness Book of World Records certificate to Union Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan. During this, Sarvesh Goyal, Managing Director of GD Goenka School and Sharmila Singh, Principal of Pioneer Montessori School were present.
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