Attempt to make a record by enacting ‘three monkeys' in sign language

Coimbatore, PTI | Updated : 25 July 2013, 08:41 AM

In an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of World Records, 10,000 students from 40 schools and colleges will enact the famous 'three monkeys' sings in sign language on July 28 in Coimbatore.

The students will repeat the sign language of 'See No Evil, Hear No Evil and Speak No Evil' 10 times, under guidance of Dr V G Mohan Prasad, chairman, VGM Hospital Institute of Gastroenterology, joint organisors of the attempt, as part of World Hepatitis day.

After the Guinness record event, all  students would take an oath 'each one teach one' on the importance of safeguarding the liver and awareness on Hepatitis and all participating students would get a certificate from World Hepatitis Alliance, UK, one of the partners of the programme, Mohan Prasad told reporters on Wednesday.

Hyderabad-based Shantha Bio-Technics will provide 10,000 doses of Hepatitis 'B" vaccine free of cost to the children of Coimbatore, which will be administered free of cost at VGM Hospital, for the benefit of those who have not so far vaccinated, he said.

Mohan Prasad said he would speak on 'Love Thy liver' will while Anusha Ravi, CEO, Park Institutions, would speak on 'how can youngster protect themselves from the luring vices of the modern era.'

District Collector M Karunagaran and Chief Educational Officer A Gnana Gowri will be the guests of honour at the function, in which I Varaprasad Reddy, Chairman, Sanofi, would be honoured, Mohan Prasad said.

First Published: Thursday, July 25, 2013 08:37 AM
Post Comment (+)