Nearly 1200 students came together to create the world’s ‘Longest Live Painting’ record at Oxford International School, Gondal, Gujarat, on Tuesday 9th January 2018. The school has earned the certificate for Excellent Contribution for the making of the Longest Live Painting of 3000+ Sq. feet. The painting was finally approved by officials of the INTERNATIONAL BOOK OF RECORDS MAURITIUS and VAJRA WORLD RECORDS USA.
The Event started in presence of the chief guest Mrs. India Earth 2017 A Royal Beauty, trusty Mr. Jeetubhai Satasiya, Pravinbhai Rayani, Jagdishbhai Satidiya and principals Dr. R. K. Ranavat and Sagar Malaviya and invited Parents.
"The event was organised to make students self-confident and get the name of the school on an international level. I am more than glad that the Oxford International School now has its name in the Book of World Records for the 'longest live painting’. Parents and students will remember this day," said Mrs. India Earth 2017 A Royal Beauty, Mrs. Monika Chaudhry.
"It is a matter of pride for school and all students to get the name of Oxford International School in the Book of World Records. It was the team work and planning of the students of all age group that finally made this day a successful one," said the trusty Mr. Jeetubhai Satasiya.
The event was flagged off by Mrs. India Earth 2017 A Royal Beauty, Mrs. Monika Chaudhry,coordinators of INTERNATIONAL BOOK OF RECORDS MAURITIUS & VAJRA WORLD RECORD USA and school trusty Jeetubhai Satasiya, Pravinbhai Rayani, Jagdishbhai Satidiya and principals Dr. R. K. Ranavat and Sagar Malaviya at 9am on the oxford international School’s campus.
"Students participated with great enthusiasm. Thankfully, all the hard work paid, and it was a memorable experience for everybody," said Dr. R. K.Ranavat, principal, Oxford International School, and coordinator of the event.
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