NAGPUR, India - The smallest living woman in the world is an Indian high school student that measures 62.8 inches high, announced Friday the Guinness World Records organization.Jyoti AMGE received the title at age 18, an act that held the family at Nagpur, 520 km east of Bombay (West India). "She measures 62.8 cm. Was measured three times during the last 24 hours, as the size may vary slightly for a day," she told AFP Rob Molloy, an official Guinness Book of Records."The doctors in our presence measured three times, lying and standing. We made an average," she said. She received her certificate with a big smile, watched her father, Kisan, and her mother, Ranjana. "I am very happy to have this record," said wearing the sari, a traditional costume.AMGE Jyoti, who suffers from achondroplasia, a bone disease that keeps her body in the size of a baby of four months, dreams of a career in Bollywood films, according to her father. The previous title holder of the world's smallest woman was an American Bridgette Jordan said Rob Molloy.