A group of around 20 students from the Indian Institute of Management-Ahmedabad (IIM-A) has been working hard in an attempt to enter the Limca Book Of Records.
Last Updated: 2010-12-10T23:39:32+05:30
IIM-A Students Attempt to Enter the Limca Book of Records
Ahmedabad: A group of around 20 students from the prestigious Indian Institute of Management-Ahmedabad (IIM-A) has been working hard for the past 10 days practicing setting up dominoes and toppling them over. The attempt is to enter the Limca Book of Records for the most dominoes toppled in a chain reaction at the institute's RJM auditorium on Saturday.
The IIM-A students will attempt to make a mark in the Limca Book of Records on the occasion of the institute's celebration of golden jubilee year. The students will strive to topple over 12,000 dominoes to divulge a design inspired by their Golden Jubilee logo at the institute's auditorium on Saturday, the day on which IIM-A will begin its golden jubilee celebration.
Glen D'Silva, IIM-A’s Students Media Cell Secretary, has said that they will try to break the current Indian record of 7,000 dominoes by Microsoft India at the launch of Windows-7 as per the authorities at Limca. It will be a befitting kickoff to the Golden Jubilee.
In addition, as per sources, Anirban Das, who currently studies at IIM-A, and is actively involved in the preparation for the event, was also a part of the Microsoft team, which had set the current record earlier. He has said that he hope to break the record with the IIM-A team this year.
- By Iti Agarwal