Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Ghaziabad – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Ghaziabad – Regional Round Questions

RESULTS: 

  • WINNER :
  • Amity University – Sreshth Shah and Abhimanyu
  • RUNNER UP :
  • Aligarh Muslim University – Saeed Ur Rehman and Shahnawaz Ahmed

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. She won Success Magazine’s ‘World’s Greatest Woman Entrepreneur’ in 1996.

Ans. Shahnaz Hussain

Q.2. Coat of arms of?

london school of economics

Ans. London School of Economics

Q.3. This company was formed through the merger of Koninklijke Hoogovens and British Steel in 1999. It’s a Tata company since 2007. Which company?

Ans. Corus

Q.4. Connect:

TATA Air

Ans. Air India

Q.5. Which stadium is named after a former General Manager of Tata Steel?

Ans. Keenan Stadium

Q.6. Royal Enfield range inspired by the dispatch rider of World War is distributed through which channel?

Ans. Online

Q.7. It was founded in 1957 by venture capitalist and Harvard professor Georges Doriot, along with Claude Janssen and Olivier Giscard d’Estaing. What?

Ans. INSEAD

Q.8. Identify.

Conrad Hilton

Ans. Conrad Hilton

Q.9. Which social sciences institute has the motto ‘Re-Imagining Futures’?

Ans. Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS)

Q.10. Connect:

TATA

Ans. Tata Motors

Q.11. This company acquired a majority stake in India’s largest applications software companyi-flex solutions in a $909-million deal.

Ans. Oracle

Q.12. He is Bill France. What did he start in car racing?

NASCAR

Ans. NASCAR

Q.13. Slogans include “Love Is Still Our Field,” “Just Plane Smart,” “The Somebody Else Up There Who Loves You,” “You’re Now Free To Move About The Country,” “THE Low Fare Airline,” “Grab your bag, It’s On!” and “Welcome Aboard.” The airline’s current slogan is “If It Matters To You, It Matters To Us.” Who?

Ans. Southwest Airlines

Q.14.  Who is this?

Elinor Ostrom

Ans. Elinor Ostrom. She is the first and only woman to win Nobel Prize in Economics

Q.15. In 2000, he advised a UKForeign Office committee that the Arab–Israeli conflict might be due, in part, to low levels of zinc found in people who eat unleavened bread. He argues that low zinc levels leads to heightened aggression. He suggested shipping out jars of Marmite to compensate.

Ans. Edward de Bono

Q.16. He was the first designer to ban models with abody mass index(BMI) under 18. He is the president of the Olimpia Milano basketball team. Who?

Ans. Giorgio Armani

Q.17. Founders of which company?

amway

Ans. Amway

Q.18. Its distinguished history began in 1758 when it was appointed as general agents to the regiment of Foot Guards in India under the command of Lord Ligonier. Which company?

Ans. Cox & Kings

Q.19. The idea originated with theSchool of Salamancain the 16th century and was developed in its modern form by Gustav Cassel in 1918.

Ans. Purchasing Power Parity

Q.20. Id this Scottish-American industrialist.

Andrew Carnegie

Ans. Andrew Carnegie

Q.21. This company launched the ‘Har Shaadi Hai Shaandaar’ contest in association with Dharma Production’s movie ‘Shaandaar’.

Ans. Tata Capital

Q.22. Connect question on BBC.

Q.23. Who launched this?

oxfam

Ans. Oxfam

Questions contributed by Ankit

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