Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2015 –Kolkata – Regional Round Questions
- WINNER :
- IIFT – Kunal and Viraj
- RUNNER UP :
- IIM Calcutta – Deepak Thomas and Abhishek Sundar
Regional Round Questions:
Q.1. A question on company manufacturing railway tracks for England railway services.
Ans. Tata Steel
Q.2. Time magazine ad and a still of a book called ‘The Franchise’. Connect.
Ans. Sports Illustrated
Q.3. Question mentioning Pierre Veyron image, car brand named after him?
Ans. Bugatti Veyron
Q.4. Question mentioning Reva commercial, still of scorpion
Ans. Mahindra Scorpio
Q.5. Question mentioning a cigarette logo. They have a fashion label in India.
Ans. Players & John Players
Ans. Shilpa Shetty.
Q.7. Chocolate became expensive and scarce due to rationing in Europe during World War II. An Italian pastry maker turned to the mighty hazelnut for salvation in 1946 and created Pasta Gianduja, renamed it. How do we know this better?
Q.8. Question on Airbnb
Q.9. Question on the meaning of the dessert Tiramisu
Q.10. Cricket Australia trademarked what phrase to protect against future use?
Ans. 63* Not Out
Q.11. Question mentioning wine names with reference to ACDC songs, Black Shiraz, tie up between Australian Group and a wine manufacturer.
Ans. AC/DC Wines
Q.12. Question mentioning image of a vintage car. It is a huge brand in the world of beverages which started off by doing something else?
Q.13. Which online trading platform is named after a character in Jungle Book?
Ans. Sher Khan
Q.14. Product placement in lit by Tagore: Kuntanil Oil (last question of the quiz, some kolkata hint) *
Q.15. Question mentioning image of a cafe/hotel with a french sounding name and first names of founders mentioned. Ans. Atletico Madrid
Q.16. Question mentioning a list of goodies given to runners up and non winners.
Ans. Oscar Goodies (list of the goodies given to the nominees who miss out)
Q.17. Question on Beatles song Something Like That.
Q.18. Question mentioning Zandu Balm, image of Mahatma Zandu Bhattji. Hint: located and founded in Gujarat
Q.19. Question on the Origin of the phrase Blue Collared from a fabric in France
Contributed by Kunal Malhotra and Vishwajeet Singh