SRM Institute of Science and Technology (formerly known as SRM University) Entered the India Book of Records
SRM Institute of Science and Technology (formerly known as SRM University) entered the India Book of Records with commendable feat by assembling the biggest mosaic pattern using 6,000 Rubik’s cubes.The mosaic portrait of Ms. Kalpana Chawla, Indian American Astronaut was assembled to signify the power of women. The mosaic pattern of the Taj Mahal was also assembled to create awareness on the need to preserve our monuments. Both the assemblages reflected dual mosaic style.Mr. Vivek Raja, Adjudicator, Indian Book of Records was present to judge the event.
The event was graced by the presence of Dr.T.P.Ganesan, Pro Vice Chancellor (Planning & Development), Dr.S.Ponnusamy, Controller of Examinations, Col.(Dr) C.P.Ramchandani, Director (Students & Campus Life) and Mr.Jawahar Philimis, Assistant Director (Students & Campus Life), SRM Institute of Science and Technology (formerly known as SRM University).Thirty five students of the Rubik’s club from various departments sprung up with this thought and took the necessary steps to toil hard enough to enjoy the success and pride we share in having entered the Indian Book of Records.
Awaiting results to enter the Limca Book of Records
The SRM –cube 2017 (Rubik) competition was organized by the World Cube Association and SRM Institute of Science and Technology (formerly known as SRM University). The competition drew 130 participants from 30 Colleges and 40 schools. The variety of events organized were Blind, Skewb, Pyraminx, Square -1, 3 *3 with feet under various categories. Mr. Adithya Ma student from Madras Institute & Technology broke the national record securing an average of 41 seconds, solving with feet.
Efficacious attempt was made to enter the Limca Book of Records by 5 Pyraminx solvers belonging to private Rubik's club and SRM Institute of Science and Technology (formerly known as SRM University) Rubik's club. They solved 1,053 Pyraminix in 30 minutes. We await the results-the good news with our fingers crossed.