Longest Mobile Chain
Guinness World Record.
Guinness Record attempt for Longest Mobile Chain in the world: This 17th March, 2016 Managers without Borders - India in association with Guru Nanak Institutions attempted and succeeded in achieving Guinness World Record for the title longest mobile chain in the world.
But the more important news is that we attempted this record for awareness on E-Waste Management with expected gathering of 3200+ mobile phones. This event is not an only a venue for our new talents to show what they’ve got to the social responsibility but also show how today’s youth in the country concern about the environment and e-waste management.
A noble initiative by eminent business personalities and highly enthusiastic students of management, placed across the length and breadth of India and abroad, “Managers without Borders – India” is a Non-Government Organization whose main ambition is to bridge the gap between various stakeholders in Nation building process by constructing a dense network of students and professionals. It has three major objectives viz. to integrate Venture Capitalists, Promote Social Entrepreneurship, Incubators, and wannabe Entrepreneurs, Skill development through workshops and provide a national-level platform for business ideas in various sectors. “Managers Without Borders” is affiliated with a youth club to NYSK (Ministry of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship and Youth Affairs & Sports) and also listed member in Department of Economics and Social Affairs (DESA) and Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), Youth for Social Policy and Development Division of United Nations NGOs Department.
About the Event:
Managers without Borders in association with Guru Nanak Institutions Technical Campus Ibrahimpatnam constituency successfully broken Guinness World Record by arranging the longest mobile chain. This program was arranged in order to enter into the Guinness Book of World Records by connecting 3766 mobile phones as a chain as long as 481.08 meters. We have overcome the previous Guinness record with 3152 mobiles as a chain organized in South Africa in 2008 and created this record by beating them. This program was supervised by Mr. Rajendra Kumar, Deputy Director, Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (Cantonment Zone Office) and Circle Inspector of IBP PS. It was organized by Managers without Border India, an NGO and Management of the Guru Nanak Institutions. Dr. H.S. Saini, Managing Director, Director Dr.B. Veeranna, Prof. Parthasarathy, Associate Director and HOD Aeronautical Engineering participated along with nearly 4000 students in this program.