16-year-old becomes youngest editor-in-chief
16-year-old becomes youngest editor-in-chief, A 16-year-old boy from Delhi Public School (DPS), Delhi, is a new entrant in the Limca Book of Records for being the youngest editor-in-chief of an art magazine.
A 16-year-old boy from Delhi Public School (DPS), Delhi, is a new entrant in the Limca Book of Records for being the youngest editor-in-chief of an art magazine. Sahil Bansal, a Class XI student from DPS Mathura Road, has started an art magazine ‘Inkspire’.
"This magazine is for creative minds who needed a platform to showcase their talent," said Bansal, founder of the magazine. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) chairman Vineet Joshi sent him a letter, congratulating him on his achievement.
"Our country needs such brilliant young minds to propel it further in the path of progress and development. What is more heartening to note is that 60 people who are involved in this endeavour are mostly teenagers," Joshi wrote in the letter.
"Apart from this, the Inkspire team has so far recruited 600 people. It has all kind of talents like photographers, graphic designers and musicians," added Bansal.
"I am very clear and will use the social media for marketing," he said.