Punching numbers or information at Jawaharlal Nehru University just isn’t what defines the expertise of computer operator Vinod Kumar Chaudhary, however the nine Guinness World Records to his credit score.
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Chaudhary, 41, who works as a computer operator at JNU’s School of Environmental Sciences (SES), set his newest file throughout the lockdown final 12 months that was imposed as a result of Covid-19 pandemic.
From a file for quickest typing along with his nostril in 2014 to quickest typing blindfolded and quickest typing with a mouth stick, the records made by Chaudhary adore the partitions of a computer centre which he runs at residence for poor and disabled kids.
“I was always fascinated by speed. As a child I was very enthusiastic about sports but as I grew up I could not pursue sports due to some health issues. I, then, developed a similar passion for speed on computer. I made my first record in 2014 when I typed 103 characters in 46.30 seconds with my nose. This is the shortest time taken so far to do this kind of typing,” Chaudhary informed PTI.
“Once, I got my certificate for the record, it gave me a different kind of motivation and I started practising for more such records. I spent next one year practising and in 2016 I made two records,” he mentioned.
His second file was for quickest typing of all alphabets blindfolded in 6.71 seconds in 2016 adopted by a file for quickest typing in 6.09 seconds.
Chaudhary, who has a masters diploma in Sociology, in 2017 made a file of typing all alphabets inside 18.65 seconds holding a stick in his mouth.
He broke his personal file in 2018 by attaining the identical feat in 17.69 seconds after which in 2019 in 17.01 seconds.
In 2019, Chaudhary made one other entry within the Guinness e book for quickest typing with one finger the place he punched all alphabets in 29.53 seconds.
“My aim is to make over 19 entries in the Guinness book, a record held by veteran cricketer Sachin Tendulkar. I keep looking for new ideas and practising for them,” he added.
The Nangloi resident says he desires need to run a full-fledged computer institute which doesn’t have any infrastructure limitations and may present free coaching to the needy.
“Right now I run it at home. I have few computers where students can practice but I have my own limitations financially. I plan to expand the centre some day,” he mentioned.
Chaudhary mentioned his newest file was not for typing as he needed to attempt one thing new.
“My last record is for maximum touching of hand by a tennis ball within one minute. I could do it 205 times. This is the first such record in the Guinness book. When I proposed, they gave me a target of 180,” he added.