Nagpur woman finds place in Limca Book of Records

NAGPUR: A city woman has enabled herself to find a place in the Limca Book of Records in its 2008 edition.

Jolly Dintis has created the national record by memorising and recalling 407 random objects serially, randomly and in reverse order, an official release issued said.

She required two hours, ten minutes and 36 seconds to memorise all 407 objects randomly called out to her with blind-folded and recalled all the objects with cent per cent accuracy in 24 minutes and 32 seconds in second attempt, on July 29, 2007, the release said.

During serial recall (in descending order), she missed eight objects out of 407 random objects which were called correctly in 35 minutes, 55 seconds.

During reverse recall (in ascending order), Dintis recalled 403 objects in 39 minutes and 53 seconds, missing only four objects, the release stated.

Later the audience asked random serial numbers of objects and vice-versa. Around 47 objects or serial number were asked, all of them were recalled with cent percent accuracy.

The previous record was held by Srikrishna Teja Gaajula of Hyderabad for memorising 333 random object on June 11, 2006 which was broken by Pavan Kumar Shrivastava of Jaunpur (UP) for memorising and recalling 400 random objects on June 5, 2007.

Limca book editor Vijaya Ghosh has thus issued the national record certificate.

Six observers including two journalists were present during the attempt, release added.



About Zou Sangnaupang Pawlpi Delhi

Zou Students' Association Delhi Branch
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