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Posted at: Aug 12, 2018, 2:16 AM; last updated: Aug 12, 2018, 2:16 AM (IST)

Students apprised of memory techniques

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, August 11

Mennta Skills, a brain company, organised an event ‘Largest Memory Lesson’— an attempt to Guinness World Records, Asia Book of Records and India Book of Records in association with Brainywood and Taxways at the CT Group of Institutions, Shahpur Campus, as an institutional partner. The event was attended by 1,523 students and around 100 delegates, including principals of schools, educators and teachers.

Students learnt memory techniques, from India’s best memory trainer and brain science expert Vinod Sharma, Sachin Khullar and Munish Nagpal, and director, Mennta Skills.

The objective behind organising the event was to guide students to improve logical thinking, enhance understanding and become ‘Whole brain thinker’. The event was monitored by Vivek Nair, an adjudicator from Guinness World Records.

The welcome note was delivered by Ahsanul Haq, president, Jalandhar Management Association, as knowledge partner. S Charanjit Singh Channi, chairman, CT Group of Institutions, Manbir Singh, managing director, and campus director Dr GS Kalra were present on the occasion.

Vinod Sharma said, “Our education system has to become more interesting so that students can enjoy studies during exams. Memory improvement methods can make studies interesting through visualisation, association and PMS (Personal Meaning System).”


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