Bhubaneswar: Students of Government and government-aided high schools in Odisha have created a world record. On the occasion of the first World Odia Language Conference, the students at the school level through the ‘Sahitya Srujani Club’ composed the ‘Mo Katha Mo Kahani’ manuscripts. By uploading these manuscripts on the social media platform -Facebook within an hour have entered the Guinness Book of World Records.
While various programs are organized at the school level through the ‘Srujani Sikhyarthi Club’ to help students develop their language skills and creativity, high school students compose creative stories and poems. On Friday, between 12:00 noon and 1:00 PM, ‘Mo Katha Mo Kahani’ manuscripts were uploaded on Facebook and thus created a record in the Guinness Book of World Records.
In just one hour, students from various schools have uploaded the maximum number of manuscripts today. Students have broken this record by 4 times more than the previous record. Due to the uploading process, there was a technical error on the Facebook page. Because of this technical error, fully accurate data could not be captured. However, considering the minimum number, the Guinness Book of World Records has officially recognized it. This record has been accomplished with the support of alumni of government and government-aided schools, their parents and local people.
Notably, Namami Gange created this record by uploading data of 5408 books online on 1 November 2021, while the students of government and government-aided schools in Odisha have been able to break this record with the efforts of Mo School Abhiyaan.