565 Paper Rockets (Jan 2001 National Record )

The Limca Book of National Records is known for recording superlative human accomplishments; accomplishments that are world records and setting the challenge for the rest of the human race to surpass. These records are commendable achievements and are achieved through vigorous training and repetitive practice. Needless to mention, the courage, determination and perseverance of the record holders get tested beyond imagination.

Among one of those records, the first record that Mr Naga Prasad made was on the 25th of January, 2001, on the campus of Gogte Institute of Technology, Belgaum, Karnataka. In the presence of the judges, press, principal of the college and staff & students of the college, he made the record over a period of one hour of making 505 paper rockets and flying them at a minimum throwing distance of 5 feet. It was a commendable target to achieve, breaking the previous record of 263 paper rockets in one hour, by Mr.Ramesh Babu, a Professor.

36 Hours Marathon Typing on Computers( World Record )

It calls for a truly extraordinary personality to attain a place in the Books of World Records – extraordinary in spirit, determination, perseverance, ambition and boundless imagination.

To do the right thing, to achieve the thing for a right cause with the right approach and determination is very important. A man’s achievement is judged by the results he has produced but not by the efforts he has put in.

‘The Book of World Records’ is a platform for all those people who dare to dream and care to achieve it – differently and passionately. It has carved a niche for itself for being the best and the famous book for records made by people all over the world.

Nag had that zeal to enter into the Book of World Records by achieving something extraordinary. Hence, he made a world record of ‘Marathon Typing for 35 hours and 45 minutes which was held on 25th of May, 2002 in Gogte Institute of Technology, Belgaum, Karnataka, in the presence of a panel of judges, press, media, principal, staff and the students the college. The record involved typing on a desktop system continuously for 35 hours and 45 minutes, with a break of 15 minutes every 8 hours. The contents included the Quran, the Bible and Bhagwad Gita at a spelling accuracy of 99.77%. He broke the earlier record of 31 hours made by Mr Mahesh Kumar.

Passing 53 Engineering subjects in 2 attempts ( National record )

Engineering is perhaps the most coveted and sought after field of every young student. Besides being an interesting and influencing subject, it is also considered the toughest field to have a command over. Becoming an Engineering Graduate is certainly not impossible, but is quite a tough task. Unfortunately due to unavoidable circumstances and lack of academic focus, he ended up with maximum backlogs. Due to carry over basis rule by his University as it was the last engineering batch from Karnataka University. He had 53 backlogs. With his precise goal & efforts, he passed 53 engineering subjects in two attempts, i.e 24 subjects in first attempt in August 2002 and 29 subjects in second attempt in March 2003. The examinations were conducted by Karnataka University, Dharwad.

108 hours marathon typing World record

While pursuing his post graduation in business management at IIPM Hyderabad. He set a world record of marathon typing on a computer for 108 hours in August 2006. Almost for every successive 3 hours , he took a break of 5 minutes. His college friends assisted him in executing the event successfully. The content he typed was the positivity content based on India and Pakistan bilateral relations. He started typing on 10th August and stopped on 15th August 2006, with a core objective of promoting peace and harmony.