Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Jamshedpur – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Jamshedpur – Regional Round Questions


  • WINNER : NIT Jamshedpur – Palak Kumar and Sudeep Saurabh
  • RUNNER UP :  NIT Jamshedpur – Ms. Swapnil and Kornala Arun

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. Connect.

Ans. Hasbro

Q.2. What is GSTN in India’s tax world?

Ans. Goods and Services Tax Network

 Q.3. Which Tata company has partnered with ZipTel by integrating its voice termination into ZipTel’s product? This alliance is likely to result in improved quality of service ahead of rollout by offering competitive international calling bundles that yield recurring revenues?

Ans. Tata Communications

Q.4. This model or ‘grid’ originally identified five different leadership styles based on the concern for people and the concern for the product the optimal leadership style is based on the ‘Theory Y’. which model is this?

Ans. Managerial Grid model

Q.5. Byabsa Shiksha is a book on entrepreneurship which was written by Sashibhushan De in 1893. One of the weirdest ideas it propagated was keeping monkeys and and renting them to do certain jobs. What job was this?

Ans. Punkah Pullers

Q.6. Which wholly owned subsidiary of an American multinational chemical corporation headquartered in Midland, Michigan, USA is this?

Ans. Dow Chemical

 Q.7. Which female author has written the book ‘Business Maharajas’?

Ans. Gita Parimal

Q.8. Tata Trusts along with which famous personality from Bangladesh, unveiled organisations to create social businesses?

Ans. Muhammad Yunus

Q.9. A very wide reference to the word ‘Wages’ across most of India comes from this coin minted in Arakan, a coastal region in Burma in 1523. Which word comes from this coin to India?

Ans. Tankhwah

Q.10. This is a famous association in the USA. What do they govern?

Ans. Motion Picture Association of America covers the screening rights of the Oscars and movies

Q.11. Who are the people who make most of the highway signs in the USA?

Ans. Prison Inmates

Q.12. Japan’s Mitsubishi and Hitachi will join forces with the Tata Group to develop an artificial intelligence-based system to efficiently regulate coal-fired thermal power plants. Identify the Tata company.

Ans. TCS

Q.13. Richard Craib is a 29 year old South African who runs a hedge fund in San Francisco. What is special about this enterprise?

Ans. A Bitcoin based hedge fund