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2000 Students to Conduct Experiment at IIT-Delhi in Bid to Create Guinness World Record

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The Ministry of Science and Technology is aiming at creating a Guinness World Record of the highest number of students conducting experiment at the same venue. IIT delhi has organised an event where 2,000 students are expected to assemble. The event will be part of India International Science Festival, which will be held from from 4th December to 8th December 2015.

The experiment in chemistry will be done on 7th December at IIT-Delhi. Shri Harsh Vardhan, the Science & Technology and Earth Sciences Minister, said.“The main thrust of the event will be on students and young innovators. Some 400 research papers are likely to be presented in the event”.

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At present, Ireland holds the Guinness book of World Record of around 1,300 students conducting an experiment at the same venue. “We have working as per the guidelines mentioned by the Guinness World Record authorities,” the minister said. The programme will also display innovations from students and young researchers, who have been funded by Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research (INSPRIE) scheme of the Ministry of India.

The festival will host many events at the IIT campus:

  • Young Scientist Conference,
  • Techno-Industrial Expo,
  • Science Film Festival,
  • Industry-academia conclave and interactive workshops
  • And informative sessions on various topics.

The basic objective of INSPIRE is to communicate to the youth of the country the excitements of creative pursuit of science. There will he some 250 stalls by different agencies which will display activities related to science and research.

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