Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Chandigarh – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Chandigarh – Regional Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER: Universal Business School (UBS) – Ms. Aakriti Bhola and Ayush Awasthi
  • RUNNER UP: Thapar University – Abhishek Jain and Harjas Singh

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. “Fill it, Shut it, Forget it!”. Which brand has patented these words?

Ans. Hero Honda

Q.2. Identify this programming language?

TrumpScript

Ans. TrumpScript

Q.3. Connect.

Ans. IBM

Q.4. Connect Pulse, Scala and Lodgy to a company?

Ans. Renault

Q.5. Identify the logo.

LeEco

Ans. LeEco

Q.6. TPREL is a subsidiary of Tata Power. What does RE in TPREL stand for?

Ans. Renewable Energy

Q.7. Connect

Ans. Cristiano Ronaldo 

Q.8. Named after a waterbody, _____ Strategy is referred to a market of a product where there is little or no competition.

Ans. Blue Ocean Startegy

Bonus Question:

Q.9. Foxxcon, the world’s largest OEM manufacturer of iPhones and iPads was amongst the biggest adopters of the Blue Ocean Startegy and they called it De-Chineseization. What was their strategy?

Ans. They have decided to gradually move production from China to Southeast Asia and Latin American countries as they are facing problems in China

Q.10. Which online streaming company has launched these socks that can sense when you fall asleep and pause your TV show?

Netflix Socks

Ans. Netflix

Bonus Question:

Q.11. Which famous domain was blocked by Netflix after it acquired Quickstr ?

Ans. DVD.com

Q.12. How do we know the Motion Picture Production founded in 2009 by Saif Ali Khan and Dinesh Vijan?

Ans. Illuminati Films

Bonus Question:

Q.13. Which was the first release of Illuminati Films that ran into a problem when they created a short form for it as it denoted a value in economics and finance?

Ans. Love Aaj Kal

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Jalandhar – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Jalandhar – Regional Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER : LPU – Piyush Sahu and Sukhvinder Singh
  • RUNNER UP : Govt. College Ludhiana – Kamal and Shivam Malhotra

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. Related to the Greek Drachma and denoting an Attic coin or weight, what is the currency common to U.A.E and Morocco?

Ans. Dirham

Q.2. Identify the company.

Mobikwik

Ans. Mobikwik

Q.3. “Fly the new feeling”. Whose slogan is this?

Ans. Vistara

Q.4. Connect.

Ans. Future Group

Q.5. Desai Brothers Ltd ows and manages this brand of famous pickles.

Ans. Mother’s recipe

Q.6. Which airlines sponsors the teams Arsenal, Real Madrid and PSG to name a few?

Ans. Emirates

Q.7. Identify.

Ans. 50 Buck note from Monopoly

Q.8. Tata Steel signed an MoU with which institute in Madras to set up the Tata Steel Advanced Materials Research Centre (TSAMRC) at its research park?

Ans. IIT Madras

Q.9. Connect

Ans. Alibaba

Q.10. “Wake up to tooth sensitivity”. Whose initiative is it?

Ans. Sensodyne

Q.11. Identify the logo.

Ans. Trump Foundation 

Q.12. Which neighbour of India rejected the GDP as a measure of its progress but uses the GNH (Gross National Happiness) as its scale to know how happy its citizens are?

Ans. Bhutan

Q.13. Question on first electronic voting machine by Edison.

Electronic Voting Machine Edison

Q.14. He sowed the seeds for India’s participation in the Olympics when he sponsored Indian sportspersons for thee Antwerp Olympics in 1920 and the Paris Olympics in 1924.

Ans. Sir Dorabji Tata

Q.15. Connect.

Ans. OnePlus

Q.16. Which prominent tech personality is writing his first book titled ‘Hit Refresh’?

Ans. Satya Nadella

Q.17. What is this symbol is found on ISO format keyboards?

Ans. Escape

Q.18. It is a very popular trend to highlight phases of the moon using a specific cookie owned by Cadbury’s and is called the’ ______ ‘art.

Ans. Oreo

Q.19. Mikael and Niklas Hed, started this company which was initially called Relude. They created Angry Birds.

Ans. Rovio

Bonus Question:

Q.20. The government of Finland tied up with Rovio to teach a particular subject to high school students using Angry Birds. Which subject is it?

Ans. Physics

Q.21. Identify the logo.

Ans. Khan Academy 

Bonus Question:

Q.22. Which famous lady who is on the board of Environmental Defense Fund is the chairman of Khan Academy?

Ans. Ann Doerr

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Udaipur – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Udaipur – Regional Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER:  National Law University, Jodhpur – Sanjay Krishna and Rajendra Dangwal
  • RUNNER UP: AIIMS Jodhpur – Anshul Sharma and Srijan Sinha

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. What code named as ‘HD’ was produced at a facility in Mysore in November 2016?

Ans. High Denomination notes

Q.2. Identify.

Ans. National Health Services of UK

Q.3. Who is this?

Ans: T.V. Narendran of Tata Steel

Q.4. Connect question on DTDC Couriers

Q.5. Identify the company.

Ans. Emami

Q.6. Connect.

Ans. VIP Brand

 Q.7. Which famous eating outlet is behind this?

Ans. KFC

Q.8. Which famous Indian lady has authored this book?

Ans. Rashmi Bansal

Q.9. Which Tata company says they are ‘Serving Society through science’?

Ans. Tata Chemicals

Q.10. Which bank is this?

Ans. Bank of Rajasthan

Q.11. The name derives from the huge gypsum deposit in Montmarte, France. It was used to create some of the most important art works of the Renaissance period, including Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel ceiling, which was painted on a thin layer of this.

This has been illegally used by some boxers in their hand-wraps under their gloves to harden their punches. What?

Ans. Plaster of Paris

Q.12. Who is this?

Sachin Bansal- Flipkart

Ans. Sachin Bansal

Q.13. Tata Class Edge has an instructional framework called MLEx. Expand.

Ans. Multi Learning Experiences

Q.14. In 1834 inventor Joseph Morgan helped to further the modern day _______ industry by developing a machine that allowed for continuous production by using a cylinder with a moveable piston to eject the product as they solidified.

With the introduction of mechanised production. These became an easily affordable commodity for the masses. What are we talking about?

Ans. Candles

Q.15.Which brand?

Ans. Fitbit       

Q.16. Connect.

Ans. H & R Johnson Tiles

Q.17. Fill in the blank.

Ans. Bhujia

Q.18. Which company traces its roots to Chandini Chowk where Shyam Lal Gupta started this business to make educational content created by Indian authors affordable to students?

Ans. S. Chand Publishing

Q.19. Which airlines markets Q miles?

Ans. Qatar Airways

Bonus Question:

Q.20. Qatar Airlines is part of which global alliance?

Ans. One World Alliance

Q.21. Whose story did Anil Rai Gupta write about?

Ans. Qimat Rai Gupta ( Havells: The Untold Story of Qimat Rai Gupta )

Bonus Question:

Q.22. Many years ago, even before it became so popular in India, Havells introduced an initiative for its electricians, farmers and the like especially because medical care was not reaching rural areas. What idea introduced by Havells is a very popular concept in the medical healthcare business?

Ans. They were among the pioneers of mobile medical vans

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Sonepat – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Sonepat – Regional Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER : Ashoka University – Apuroop. S and Mayukh Nair
  • RUNNER UP : Ashoka University – Ms. Shivangi and Samridh

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. Three travellers declared something unusual to customs at the Honolulu airport  in 1969. What did they declare?

Ans. Moon dust from the Apollo 11 mission consisting of Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin

Q.2. Identify.

Ans. Godfrey Phillips

Q.3. Expand SRT (from a famous Indian trust).

Ans. Sir Ratan Tata Trust

Q.4. Connect qustion on Ponds

Q.5. In 1965 Pete’s Super Submarine opened in Connecticut selling 312 sandwiches. What did they become over a period of time?

Ans. Subway

Q.6. Which company gets its name from ‘Advantage India US’?

Ans. Advinus Therapeutics

Q.7. “I wanted to call the magazine Stag Party, influenced by a cartoon book I had once read.” Which company is this?

Ans. Playboy

Q.8. The world’s first highway of this nature has opened in France. The roadway is just a kilometre long and was built by Colas, a large anglo-french construction company. What isso special about this highway?

Ans. Solar powered cars can be charged on this highway in the future.

Q.9. Identify.

Ans. National Textile Corporation

Q.10. What was earlier known as the ‘Southern Pacific Railroad Internal Communications’ in the USA?

Ans. Sprint Corporation

Q.11. Whose initiative is this?

Ans. ICICI bank

Q.12. Launched in 2008, what are Tata Social Internships?

Ans. Work in foundations in rural areas in these internships

Q.13. Connect question on Big Basket

Q.14. By Analjit Singh purchased the two adjoining farms Dieu Donné and Von Ortloff to create Leeu Estates in South Africa. Why did he call it Leeu?

Ans. It is the Afrikaans word for lion and Singh is an indian derivative for lion.

Q.15. This man created a huge revolution creating what?

Ans. R. Subramaniam, founder of Sterling Holiday Resorts

Q.16. What began as ‘svenska kullagerfabriken’?

Ans. AB SKF

Q.17. Tony Stark in the Iron Man series has an artificial intelligence creation called JA.R.V.I.S.. What is J.A.R.V.I.S.?

Ans. Just A Rather Very Intelligent System

Q.18. What are these a description of -Finder Pattern, Format Pattern, Timing Pattern, Alignment, Data, Quiet Zone?

Ans. QR Codes

Q.19. How did Nescafe get its name?

Ans. Nestle and Coffee

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Guwahati – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Guwahati – Regional Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER: Guwahati University – Kumar Shivam and Jyotish Kalita
  • RUNNER UP: Assam Engg. College – Anirban and Bishal Nath

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. This brand was launched by Mina Bindra as a brand in 1988 and from wholesaling the brand to traditional retailers, it launched its first exclusive store at Inorbit Mall in Mumbai in the early nineties.

Ans. Biba

Q.2. The extract from these kinds of leaves, creates their brand. Extremely powerful brand especially in the rural areas of India.

Pan Parag

Ans. Pan Parag

Q.3. Taj has a brand called & Beyond, what are they promoting in India?

Ans. Safaris

Q.4. Connect.

Ans. Chrysler

Q.5. The company’s first convenience outlets were known as Tote`m stores since customers “toted” away their purchases, and some even sported genuine Alaskan totem poles in front. What did it eventually become?

Ans. 7-Eleven

Q.6. Connect.

Ans. Fiat

Q.7. This is a huge foundation in the world, followed in the memory of a great man, who changed the world of manufacturing.

Ford Foundation

Ans. Ford Foundation

Q.8. Identify.

Lady Navajbai Tata

Ans. Lady Navajbhai Tata

Q.9. The name originated from Danish “Leg got”?

Ans. Lego

Q.10. It is a river in Goa, which also leads to a cement company with the same name.

Ans. Zuari

Q.11. Pramod Saxena in partnership with South Africa based Blue Label Telecom founded this company in the year 2004. The objective was to provide payment services to the riral as well as urban population of India, through a digital wallet. Which entity?

Oxigen Wallet

Ans. Oxigen Wallet

Q.12. He is the CEO of?

Tata Motors

Ans. Tata Motors

Q.13. Question on Lotte Chocolates

Q.14. Connect.

Ans. Braun

Q.15. He founded four internet sites – three sites included travel site, a personal shipper site and a site about the Ebola virus. The fourth one was called “Auctionweb”. What did the latter finally become?

Ans. Ebay

Q.16. Wild Company is a book on this company.

Ans. Banana Republic

Q.17. Which important institution or organisation in India is this?

Ans. Geological Survey of India

Q.18. How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten the World Economy is a part title of a book by this economist.

Ans. Dr. Raghuram Rajan

Bonus Question:

Q.19. The name of the film is Inside Job. Raghuram Rajan plays a role in this film. What position is he enacting in the film?

Ans. Head of IMF

Q.20. Which tyre brand owns it?

Ans. Birla tyres

Bonus Question:

Q.21. Birla tyres was established in the 1990s and was a collaboration with a famous international tyre manufacturer. Originally it was called Birla P Tyres. What did the P denote in terms of their partnership?

Ans. Pirelli

Q.22. Who created a celebration flavour called Beatle Nut as a tribute to the Beatles?

Ans. Baskin Robbins

Bonus Question:

Q.23. Which group in India owns Baskin Robbins?

Ans. Graviss Group 

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Shillong – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Shillong – Regional Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER : NIT Silchar – Dipankar Sarma and Tushar Jain
  • RUNNER UP : IIM Shillong – Abhijeet Balakrishnan and K. S. Ashish

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. There are two theories around the origin of this. The first starts with a 1901 patent application by two women Mary Roberta C. Lawson and Mary of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They identified an issue with the way tea was brewed for thousands of years. What innovation did they come up with?

Ans. Tea bags

Q.2. Which major retailer in the US has these offers called blue light specials?

Kmart Blue Light Sale

Ans. Kmart

Q.3. Which Tata company was set up in collaboration with advance Project Technology of UK and is a supplier to the Rashtrapathi Bhavan?

Ans. Tata Ceramics

Q.4. Connect.

Ans. Star Network  (Life Ok, Hotstar, Baby Tv, Hutchison Whampoa)

Q.5. In an interview to the Fast Company, the logo’s designer Lindon Leader said, “The arrow could connote forward direction, speed and precision, and if it remained hidden, there might be an element of surprise, that aha moment.” Which logo did he create?

Ans. FedEx

Q.6. This Tata company has a majority stake in Metahelix which owns Dhaanya Seeds. Who is this?

Ans. Rallis

Q.7. Connect.

Ans. Uber

Q.8. This is Kochouseph Chittilappilly. He is the founder of?

V guard Founder

Ans. V Guard

Q.9. This company was founded by Dr. Min Kao and Dr. Gary Burrell.

Ans. Garmin GPS

Q.10. The origin of this term meaning “something given to appease” can be traced to an Old English word meaning “bread soaked in some liquid”.

Ans. Sop

Q.11. Which precious brand gets its name from this man?

Ans. Swarovski

Q.12. What is karoshi in Japanese corporate culture?

Ans. Death by Overwork

Q.13. This company was incorporated in January 1921 to build Bombay House, the headquarters of the Tata group.

Ans. Associated Building Company

Q.14. Which company has come up with the car called Dino, named after the famous fictional animated series by from Hanna-Barbera, the Flintstones?

Ferrari Dino

Ans. Ferrari

Q.15. Connect.

Ans. Mars

Q.16. In 1983, the CEO of this company left for a brief period to start his own Italian style coffeehouses under the name Il Giornale. Later he came back to head a company that partners with Tatas in India. Who is this CEO?

Ans. Howard Schultz, Starbucks

Q.17. Albert ____ and Joseph ____ started a very important tractor company, which is today a part of an Indian group. They named it after their family name. Which company?

Ans. Eicher

Q.18. In the 1860s and 1870s, Robert Chesebrough marketed his product by driving around New York and burning his skin with acid or an open flame and then applying the jelly to his injury and showing past injuries that has healed. What product?

Ans. Vaseline

Q.19. Identify the logo.

IDBI Bank logo

Ans. IDBI Bank

Q.20. This was formerly known as Blue Ribbion Sports and originally operated as a distributor for the Japanese shoemaker Onitsuka Tiger.

Ans. Nike

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Vizag – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Vizag – Regional Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER: GITAM University – Ankur Bhattacharya and Shyam N Reddy
  • RUNNER UP: Indian Maritime University – Mudith Dhruv and Jayakrishnan

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. Question on the history of Toblerone Chocolates.

Q.2. Connect question on Valvoline.

Q.3. Connect question on JBL

Q.4. Connect question on Manyavar

Q.5. Question on Print ad from Accenture for American Express

Q.6. Question on offerings from Tata Class Edge

Q.7. What is the Tajness from Taj?

Ans. Uniformity in look and feel and the quality of service across Taj Hotels

Q.8. Question on KFC Watt Box.

Q.9. Question on Pulla Reddy Sweets.

Q.10. Question on Raymond White Shirt Range.

Q.11. Which company is associated with Powerwall and Powerpack?

Ans. Tesla

Q.12. Question on Mickey Mouse Degrees

Q.13. Which company started Buttercoin?

Ans. Google Ventures

Q.14. Reliance Solar Project started in which state?

Ans. Andhra Pradesh

Q.15. Question on founders of Urban Ladder.

Q.16. Which brand in India has the tagline ‘India ka Tyohaar’ ?

Ans. IPL

Questions contributed by Ankur Bhattacharya

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Raipur – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Raipur – Regional Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER: IIM Raipur: Jassojeet  and Suhash
  • RUNNER UP: NIT Raipur: Abhik Sarkar and Pratyush

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. Which brand started by Mukesh Bansal along with Ashutosh Lawania decided to go online and app only in May 2016 and then reverted their decision?

Ans. Myntra

Q.2. This is Next bit Robin. What first is this?

Cloud storage

Ans. It is the Cloud-first phone where it utilizes cloud storage to store data. It has no phone memory.

Q.3. Which Tata company acquired Rawmet Industries in 2007?

Ans. Tata Steel

Q.4. Connect

Ans. Philips

Q.5. Which website for online shopping means ‘searching for treasure’ in Chinese?

Ans. Taobao

Q.6. Temasek Holdings Private Limited is a state-owned holding company that can be characterized as a national wealth fund owned by the Government of which country?

Ans. Singapore

Q.7. In 2004, TCS acquired a company from (NYSE: PNX). Name it.

Ans. Phoenix Global

Q.8. Connect-

Ans. VIP

Q.9. What brand currently owned by Starbucks, was founded in 1994 by Steve Smith along with his business partners Stephen Lee and Tom Mesher?

Ans. Tazo

Q.10. In 1890, Dr. Oscar Troplowitz bought Paul C’s Beiersdorf’s Hamburg-based laboratory. Troplowitz’s scientific advisor, the leading dermatologist Professor Paul Gerson Unna, told him about an innovative emulsifying agent called Eucerit ( the ancient Greek word for beautiful wax).

Together they developed the world’s first stable oil-and-water based cream that was suitable  for mass production in 1911 and called it ____.

Ans. Nivea

Q.11. Identify the logo.

Ans. EPF

Q.12. Grace is a special creation by Yes Bank. What is so special about it?

YES Bank

Ans. All Women Bank Branch

Q.13. Which Unilever soap brand was developed during World War II to clean the skin of burn victims?

Ans. Dove

Q.14. Question on the financial arm of Tanishq . Investment in Gold

Q.15. Drassington Ltd. is a subsidiary of this Tata Company? It recruits women with soft hands.

Ans. Tata Tea

Q.16. Connect question about Godrej.

Q.17. While enjoying with your family, pain doesn’t stand a chance!’. Which brand?

Ans. Volini

Q.18. NYT recently wrote ‘The Spanish Town that runs on X’ about Jun, a 3500-people town that communicates with the government and other public services via X. What is X?

Ans. Twitter

Bonus Question: In the world of twitter, what is ‘in case you missed it’ feature?

Ans. It is the collection of the popular tweets of people that you follow

Q.19. Which entity is behind this?

ICICI Bank

Ans. ICICI Bank

Bonus Question: ICICI Lombard is a joint venture with a company called Fairfax led by a person of Indian origin. He is known as Warren Buffett of Canada. What is his name?

Ans. Prem Watsa

Q.20. Urzza- The Liquid Charger is from this company. Which one?

Ans. Parle

Tie Breaker/ Bonus Question: Parle bought in 1969, something from an Italian businessman. Because he sold his business to them, the brand is named after him. Which brand?

Ans. Bisleri

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Navi Mumbai – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Navi Mumbai – Regional  Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER: RAIT – Saurabh Jain and Anit Basu Thakur
  • RUNNER UP: IIM (I) Navi Mumbai – Prashanth and Nidheesh

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. Over the last 12 years, there have been a total of 5 expansions to keep players questing; The Burning Crusade, Wrath of the Lich King, Cataclysm, Mists of Pandaria and Warlords of Draneor.

Ans. World of Warcraft

Q.2. It was released by Transport Canada. This was the renewal of whose pilot license?

Santa Claus Canada

Ans. Santa Claus

Q.3. Connect question on APC Corporation owned by Schneider

Q.4. What forum for intellectual exchange among members was founded in Oxford, England, in 1946 by Roland Berrill and Lancelot Lionel Ware?

Ans. Mensa

Q.5. Which Swedish automobile maker established in 1927 is a wholly owned subsidiary of Zhejiang Geely Holding Group of China?

Ans. Volvo

Q.6. Loyalty Programme: Greencard; Former Owner: Future Brands; Current Owner: Aditya Birla Nuvo Limited?

Ans. Pantaloons 

Q.7. Connect question on Surabhi (Amul, Ford Foundation, Dr. L. Subramaniam)

Q.8. This Tata company and Bell Helicopter recently agreed to jointly develop the helicopter market in India, including production, R&D and technology sharing. Which one?

Ans. Tata Advance Systems

Q.9. Founded by Alejandro Goicoechea and Jose Luis Oriol, this Spanish company was in news because of its contirbution in Mathura-Palwal region.

Ans. Light Train

Q.10. What happened or what triggered the algorithm systems of New Zealand passports to fail?

Ans. Face Recognition did not work as eyes should be open to a particular degree in order to be recognised

Q.11. Which Minister in India was once the owner of this publication called Surya India which essentially took on the Rajiv Gandhi family in a big way?

Surya Magazine

Ans. Maneka Gandhi
Q.12. Which Japanese multinational electronics and ceramics manufacturer was founded as Kyoto Ceramic Company limited in 1959?
Ans. Kyocera
Q.13. What is so special about the doll? Gay doll
Ans. World’s first Gay doll
Q.14. To which Norwegian group’s Indian arm did the Tatas recently sells ist Urea business?
Ans. Yara
Q.15. Their first mail order catalogue, known as the “Blue Book”, was published in 1845 in the United States. Which brand?
Ans. Tiffany’s
Q.16. Why were these shoes in controversy?
Swastika shoes controversy
Ans. The shoe soles leave Swastika prints
Q.17. When the British colonial government first issued rupee notes in India in 1862, they sourced them from a UK based company which started out printing playing cards and postage stamps before entering the currency business. Name it.
Ans. De La Rue
Q.18. Which famous book house is THE HOUSE OF BESTSELLERS?
Ans. Rupa Publishers
Q.19. Connect question on Jaguar Land Rover
Q.20. Which company made the telegraph poles in the 1960s and it helped them in their business?
Ans. Western Union
Questions contributed by Vrushabh and Viraj Morabia

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Indore – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Indore – Regional Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER : IIM Indore – Avijeet and Leo Francis
  • RUNNER UP : IIM Indore – Arjun Bansal and Chandra Goyal

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. Founded by Ashok Row Kavi and Anthony Van Braband, the name of this magazine means ‘kind, mild, affable’. Which magazine is this?

Ans. Debonair Magazine

Q.2. Which great economist is this?

Harry Dexter White

Ans. Harry Dexter White

Q.3. Connect

Ans. Titan

Q.4. The book is called ‘Small Wonder’ by Philip Chacko, Christabelle Noronha and Sujata Agarwal is the story of what?

Ans. Tata Nano

Q.5. Which Oscar winning actress owns Red Om Films?

Ans. Julia Roberts

Q.6. He first worked as a street-trader and then as a mechanic at the local factory. At the peak of perestroika, he sold imported rubber ducks from his Moscow apartment. He owns the yachts Titan, Susurro and Eclipse and a private aircraft nicknamed ‘The Bandit’. Who?

Ans. Roman Abramovich

Q.7. Created by designer Robert Propst for Herman Miller in 1967 as ‘Action Office II’ the term comes from Latin for bed chamber. The first offices to incorporate the “Action Office” design were the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in 1963. Which modern day feature is this?

Ans. Cubicle

Q.8. On which famous logo does Jerry West appear on as a silhouette?

Ans. NBA logo

Q.9. He was the founder editor-in-chief of Outlook from 1995 to 2012. His memoir is titled ‘Lucknow Boy’. He passed away in 2015. Who?

Ans. Vinod Mehta

Q.10. ‘Lunch Atop A Skyscraper’ is a famous painting. On which building was this picture taken and with which company is this building associated?

RCA Building GE

Ans. RCA Building, later known as the GE Building

Q.11. Connect

Ans. Vijay Amitraj

Q.12. In the world of the Tata Group, what is TCOC?

Ans. Tata Code Of Conduct

Q.13. Who succeeded Anne Mulcahy as the CEO of Xerox Corporation?

Ans. Ursula Burns

Q.14. Which iconic firm founded by William Russel, Alexander Majors,  and William Waddell once ran an advertisement in 1860 “Wanted: young, skinny, wiry fellows not over eighteen. Must be expert riders, willing to risk death everyday. Orphans preferred”?

Ans. Pony Express

Q.15. The young boy in this Pepsi advertisement went on to become the American Commerce Secretary under Bill Clinton. Who?

Ans. Ron Brown

Q.16. Which process was established in 2003 to prevent ‘conflict diamonds’ from entering the mainstream rough diamond market by the United Nations General Assembly Resolution 55/56 following recommendations in the Fowler Report?

Ans. The Kimberely Process

Q.17. This man patented malted form of milk. He has a mountain named after him at the poles as he sponsored expeditions to the poles. He is known as something famous that we all consumed as children. Who?

Ans. Horlicks

Q.18. DeVille, Eldorado and Fleetwood were models of which brand?

Ans. Cadillac

Q.19. Which founding Dean of ISB,Hyderabad was described as Euroguru by the Economist? His book ‘Managing Across Borders: The Transnational Solution’ has been listed in the Financial Times as one of the 50 most influential management books.

Ans. Dr. Sumantra Ghoshal

Q.20. Who is the third co-founder of Apple?

Ans. Ronald Wayne

Q.21. Who wrote the books ‘The Creation of Wealth’ , ‘The Heartbeat of a Trust’, ‘In Search of Ethical Leadership’?

Ans. R. M. Lala

Q.22. Which painter founded a press in 1894 in Bombay, in partnership with a local entrepreneur Govardhan das Khataumakhanji?

Ans. Raja Ravi Varma