Guinness world record of First Aids:
Guinness world record of First Aids was created By Best CBSE School GD Goenka Public School Lucknow. Around 3540 students from 15 Public and Private schools of the city attempted a new Guinness world record of ‘The largest first aid lesson’ on injuries and fractures on the third day of the India International Science Festival (IISF) in Lucknow.
The students broke the previous record set by the Directorate of Emergency, Abu Dhabi, UAE, in which 2,580 participants had set the record in April, this year.
The final part of the training included identifying fractures and providing first aid in such a situation. The students acquired hands-on learning on how to provide first aid in case of head injury, jaw injury, collarbone injury or spinal fractures by administering first aid to their fellow student volunteers post-demonstration by Shweta.
The ‘Largest First Aid Lesson’ involved lesson explanation with slides support and demonstration with volunteers on stage. GD Goenka Public School, Shaheed Path, Lucknow roped in 300 students and invited Shweta Singh from Indian Red Cross Society, UP, state branch to train students how to administer basic first aid techniques.