Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – National Finals Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – National Finals Questions


  • WINNER : Amity University Noida – Sresth Shah and Abhimanyu
  • RUNNER UP : SEMCOM, Anand – Bhushan Patel and Stanny Davis

National Finals Questions:

Q.1. Where would you find this?

Air Asia

Ans. Air Asia

Q.2. Founder of?


Ans. Lijjat Papad

Q.3. Identify.


Ans. Buggati Veyron

Q.4. A bull in a stock market is when an investor is optimistic about his stock in good economic conditions; a bear is an investor who has a pessimistic outlook on his stocks in a bad economy. What type of investor is one when they are greedy, emotional and looking for the one big score in a short period of time?

Ans. Pig

Q.5. Logo of?


Ans. Carlos Brathwaite- Trident Sports

Q.6.Hiroshi Lockheimer once famously said, ‘I don’t think you can trust anyone who doesn’t like ______’ referring to a popular confectionary. What product name came from this?

Ans. Kitkat

Q.7. Built by Framji Sidhwa, the first film to be aired here was Laurel and Hardy’s The Devil’s Brother in 1933. According to the Limca Book of Records it is the first air conditioned theatre of India. Which one?

Ans. Regal Cinema

Q.8. What’s the significance?

1st album on CD

Ans. First Music to be available in CD 

Q.9. He is Paul C Fisher. What is he credited for?

Space Pen

Ans. Space/Fisher Pens

Q.10. Who owns Cineblitz and VJM Media?

Ans. Vijay Mallya

Q.11. Who is the designer?

Anita Dongre

Ans. Anita Dongre

Q.12. What?

Ringing bells

Ans. Ringing Bells/ Freedom 251

Q.13. Question on the etymology of Aubergine & Brinjal.

Q.14. Connect question on Tiago

Q.15. William Bentinick, a British Viceroy wanted to demolish what & consequently sell what to improve finances of his region?

Ans. Taj Mahal

Q.16. This is Dada Abdulla. Whom did he hire for 105 Pound sterling?

Ans. Mahatma Gandhi

Q.17. Connect

head & shoulders

Ans. Head & Shoulders

Q.18. Logo of?

pawan hans

Ans. Pawan Hans

Q.19. Ad for?


Ans. Kodak

Q.20. Connect.


Ans. Jawaharlal Nehru