Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Gurgaon– Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Gurgaon– Preliminary Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER:
    Genpact – Rohan Khanna and Leo Thomas

  • RUNNER UP:
    Mahindra Comviva – Jiwateshwar Singh and Saransh Verma

 

Preliminary Round Questions:

Q1) Charles Revson of Revlon found inspiration into the idea of segmentation of markets through the practices of an automobile giant. Which enterprise?

A) General Motors

Q2) FITB: Hutber’s law states that _____________ means deterioration.   Continuous _____ means.

A) Improvement.

Q3) Patricia Campbell, grand daughter of a newspaper magnate?

A)William Randolph Hearst

Q4) Doodle commemorating?

Harper Lee

A) Grace Hopper

Q5) Thinker: “Under capitalism, Man exploits man’. Who?

A) J. K. Galbraith

Q6) Tennis player- Richest player of the 1970s. Who?

A) Billie Jean King

Q7) Term coined by the firm, Mark Monitor referring to the practice of damage caused to a brand’s reputation for hostile or malicious reasons.

A) Brandjacking

Q8) FITB: “___________________: How Gujaratis Do Business” by Shobha Bondre.

A) Dhandha

Q9) Supermodel known as “The Face”- Endorsed Revlon in 1989 and was also the face of Pepsi in 1991.

A) Cindy Crawford

Q10) Like technocrats, what are IMF officials who specialize in high level lending to developing nations called?

A) Debtnocrats

Q11) Nickname for Pakistani film industry- coined in 1989- by now defunct magazine ‘Glamour’, published from Karachi by gossip columnist, Saleem Nasir?

A) Lollywood

Q12) Identify the logo.

MOchi

 A) Mochi

Q13) Victoria’s Secret, TNA Aritzia, GAIAM, TH3, Hard Tail, Lucy Activewear, Vertical Athletics, Lululemon Athletica, Tuff Athetics- are producing brands of _____________ pants.

A) Yoga pants

Q14) Word derived from 14th century word denoting “to drink in excess”?

A) Booze

Q15) Processor giant launched – mobile platform- codenamed – Kaveri. Kaveri processors: hetero architecture allows CPU to access computer’s entire memory space (upto 32 Gb). Made by whom?

A) AMD

Q16) Identify from the logo.  (Hint—Irish Whisky)

Baileys

A) Baileys

Q17) A very creative and successful Twitter campaign with hashtag was deployed by this company in UK. The #letsdolunch promised to decrease the price of a particular pizza by a pence. After 85K tweets, price dropped to 7.74 pounds. The company offered the price from 11 am to 3 pm that day. Which company?

A) Dominos

Q18) The Youth for India fellowship program is for outstanding professionals and graduates who are passionate about touching lives and leading the society to a change for a better India. Which bank is behind this initiative?

A) State Bank of India

Q19) Bollywood superstar picked up 1.1 lakh shares of brokerage house Stampede Capital for an estimated Rs. 1.21 crores. Who?

A) Amitabh Bachchan

Q20) Identify the statue in France who is the creator of a great electric company.

Schneider

A) Schneider

Questions contributed by Mr. Subhodeep Jash. Subhodeep is a lawyer, working in the field of public policy and research.

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Vizag – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Vizag – Preliminary Round Questions

 Results

  • WINNER:
    Vizag Steel :
    AGK Murthy and J Rahul
  • RUNNER UP:
    Vizag Steel :
    Santanu Dey and Sabyasachi Pani

Preliminary Round Questions:

1) “How pleasant a world would be in which no man was allowed to operate on the Stock Exchange unless he could pass and examination in economics and Greek poetry, and in which politicians were obliged to have a competent knowledge of history and modern novels.” Is the quote by?

A. Bertrand Russell in Praise of Idleness and Other Essays

2) Which is the official magazine of the English football club Manchester United; issues are published every four weeks, resulting in 13 issues per year. The editor is Ian McLeish, who became editor-in-chief for the February 2006 issue, after the title was purchased by the Haymarket Network from Future plc?

A. Inside United

3) Which Indian fashion designer in July 2009, has been roped in by Women’s International Cricket League (WICL) to bring a twist of fashion and design into women’s cricket apparel?

A. Masaba Gupta

4) This car brand derives its name from two words meaning Land and King?

A. Hyundai Terracan

5) It has been owned by one of Finland’s wealthiest families, the Herlin family. The firm is one of the largest manufacturers of elevators and escalators worldwide?

A. Kone

6) The 3C’s model by Kenichi Ohmae points out that a strategist should focus on three key factors for success. In the construction of a business strategy, three main players must be taken into account The Customer, The Competitors and The ______?

A. Corporation

7) The original bottle design (1970–2000) is the work of the Finnish designer Tapio Wirkkala. The current bottle design “Glacial Ice” (2011) is a work of the Harri Koskinen, Kenneth Hirst and Alex Loa. The design is meant to evoke melting ice. Today the brand is wholly owned by Brown-Forman?

A. Finlandia Vodka

8) Identify:

1

A. Alfred Irénée du Pont

9) Weight: 437 grams or 0.96 pounds, Circumference: 69 cm, Water Absorption: 0.2% (low and should retain the shape and weight even if it’s raining) are the specification of?

A. Brazuca

10) Acuvue Contact Lens products are marketed by which pharma major?

A. Johnson & Johnson

11) Whose logo?

2

A. Merrill Lynch

12) In 2010, Vijay Govindarajan’s paper “Stop the Innovation Wars” was recognized as one of the three best papers published by the Harvard Business Review, receiving the second place prize for which award?

A. McKinsey Award

13) Which product came into existence in 1916, in Virudhunagar under Mr. P.V.S.K. Palaniappa Nadar; it is one of the very few indigenous soft-drink manufacturers in India that survived the onslaught of take-overs by multinational giants Pepsi and Coca Cola, during the mid-1990s?

A. Bovonto

14) People with a _______ of 30 or higher, considered obese, pay on average 22 % more to buy health insurance in the individual market, according to data released by eHealthInsurance.com?

A. BMI

15) What is named after James Brudenell, 7th Earl of Cardigan, a British Army Major General who led the Charge of the Light Brigade at the Battle of Balaclava during the Crimean War?

A. Cardigan

16) Which company gets its name from a character in Greek mythology, who walked out to battle Achilles and considered a superior fighter?

A. Hector Beverages

17) He was born in 1983 out of three narrative stories sent by Sameer Salman from Trichy. The concept was rendered into the comic format with illustrations by artist Ram Waeerkar?

A. Suppandi

18) What is this?

3

A. 1st Issue of New Yorker

19) Founded by Satish Ranjan Das in 1935, this prestigious institute alumnus includes Rajiv Ganghi, Naveen Patnaik, Gautam Thapar, Analjit Singh, Vittal Mallya, Abhinav Bindra, etc?

A. The Doon School

20) Whose logo?

4

A. Lada Logo

 

Questions on Mr. Sudhakar of Vizag Steel.

 

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Chennai – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Chennai – Preliminary Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER:
    TCS –
    Jayakanthan and Debabratha Mallik
  • RUNNER UP:
    Latent View Analytics –
    Kaushik and Pritheesh

Preliminary Round Questions:

1. French wine & brandy named after him and an 1996 ad campaign had the phrase “ooh aah”, all connected with which football star?

A. Eric Cantona

2. Gene Roddenberry drafted a proposal for the science fiction series and publicly marketed it as a “Western in outer space.”

A. Star Trek

3. Conte grading system developed by Nicolas Conte, to measure hardness of what?

A. Pencil

4. Charles Milford, an American reporter came up with the name _____, that is  iconic in world of finance?

1

A. Wall Street Journal

5. Currencies of Bulgaria(LEV), Romania(LEU) and Moldova mean what in their respective languages? Clue: It is an animal.

A. Lion

6. Coined by youth marketers to get kids to agree, describing the process for marketing in a tone appropriate to children under 12 years. What term?

A. Kidification

7. Sometime in the 1940s, specific machines which used thermal energy built by German company ‘I. A. Topf and Sons, Erfurt’? Clue: Used in concentration camps.

A. Crematoria

8. [Visual] Print ad in relation to a brand of kitchen towels. Identify.

A. Premier

9. The circled K is a registered mark and can only be used with the permission of its owner, the Organized Kashruth Laboratories of New York, a private certifying concern. What does it denote?

A. Kosher

10. After being deemed not good enough by JWT, he managed to get a job at Sharp McManus as copy writer in 1970s & latter observed that his work in advertising ‘taught me to write like a job’. Who?

A. Salman Rushdie

11. This automobile brand which became a pop-culture idol was designed by an in-house Lincoln-Mercury Division team led by Joe Oros and won the Tiffany Gold Medal for excellence in American design, the first automobile ever to do so. What?

A. Mustang

12. Identify the brand. Clue: H_____N______

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A. Harvey Nichols

13. Games designed is credited to Nathaniel Cook.  Made of ebony & ivory and possibly the first use of expert testimonial to promote a commercial product. What?

A. Chess

14. William Scott Pinckney, CEO of which direct selling company was arrested by Andhra Pradesh police recently?

A. Amway

15. Water based aerosol foam which is white and non toxic. Manufactured by Comex & made of biodegradable products. What?

A. Spray used in FIFA World Cup matches by referees.

16. This Russian, son of a farmer, invented something that is popular in today’s world, especially Pakistan. What?

A. Mikhail Kalashnikov

17. He recently purchased Harlequin from Torstar Corp, owner of Toronto Star, Canada’s largest daily newspaper. Who?

A. Rupert Murdoch

18. This big diversified company acquired Bangalore-based Balan Natural Foods B, a natural juice brand, for about 100 crore. Which one?

A. ITC

19. Identify.

2

A. Vishal Sikka

20. Identify the brand from the print ad.

3

A. Ray Ban

 

Questions contributed by Jitendra Gaglani and Madanish Kanna.

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Chandigarh – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Chandigarh – Preliminary Round Questions

 

 

Results:

  • WINNER:
    Bharat Petroleum – Kshitij Maheswari and Nagesh Mittal
  • RUNNER UP:
    Infosys –
    Gaurav Kharbanda and Siddhath Malhotra

 

As per Hitesh, our contributor, the cut-off was 12.

 

Preliminary Round Questions:

1) This was the classic case of “ambush marketing”  promoting the availability of its services in Norway (for the Olympics in 1994 in Lillehammer) with an advertisement saying “So if you’re traveling to Norway, you’ll need a passport but you don’t need a Visa.” Identify the company.

A) American Express

2) Oskar Barnack invented the first double frame miniature camera in which there were two frames of 35 mm. Identify the company.

A) Leica Camera

3) In 1951, treaty of Paris was signed creating the european coal & steel community this let to Treaty of Rome in 1957 & the formation of what organisation ?

A) European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC).

4) Identify the phrase coined ?

1

A) 5 o’clock shadow

5) He joined Glendinning Associates, then James Gulliver and then worked for sports agent Mark McCormack. He joined Saatchi & Saatchi in 1975, and was group finance director from 1977 until 1984. Often referred to as “The Third Brother”. Who?

A) Martin Sorrell

6) More than 44 million people watch the parade on television each year. It was first televised locally in 1939 as an experimental broadcast. What ?

A) Thanksgiving Parade

7) This is a security bug disclosed in April 2014 in the OpenSSL cryptography library with the logo representing a part of our human body. Security company Codenomicon gave_______ both a name and a logo, contributing to public awareness of the issue. What ?

A) Heart Bleed

8) Question with a picture of  first cover page of Fortune magazine.

9)  Ph.D. in economics from Yale University in 1971 for a thesis titled ‘Employment, Output and Capital Accumulation in an Open Economy: A Disequilibrium Approach’ under the supervision of James Tobin and Joseph Stiglitz. Who?

A) Janet Yellen

10) Expand ESMA ?

A) Essential Services Maintenance Act

11) Founded by Lloyd Marshall Dorfman and bought by the Indian born B.R. Shetty. What are we talking about?

A) Travelex Group

12) “Screw It, Lets Do It’ is the autobiography of?

A) Richard Branson

13) Identify logo.

2

A) Vedanta

14) What word is derived from the Persian word for Wool?

A) Pashmina 

15) This private limited company belonging to Vikram Kothari Enterprises, was incorporated in the year 1992. The project was conceived with an objective to provide good quality and economically priced ball pens. Which company?

A) Rotomac pen

16) Two decade after it hived off its carbonated soft drink portfolio, Parle Agro recently announced its re-entry into 15k crore cola market in 2013. Identify the product it came up with?

A) Café Cuba

17) The company originally marketed its new product as “Diastoid”, but trademarked the name “malted milk” in 1887, during the WW-I this product was extensively used by the soldiers as nutritional drink. Which household brand has been described named after two brothers?

A) Horlicks

18) Introduced by the GSK in UK during the WW II as an essential nutritional supplement for soldiers. What?

A) Complan

19) Identify the logo.

3

A) La Martina

 

Questions contributed by Hitesh Kamboj.

 

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Nagpur – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Nagpur – Preliminary Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER:
    Persistent Systems – Kartik Vyas and Ms. Gayatri Phadnis
  • RUNNER UP:
    Think Consultants – Parag Paranjpe and Ranjit D

Preliminary Round Questions:

1) Which financial services company was founded by Rashesh Shah and Venkat Ramaswamy? The name of which shares its name with a flower having scientific name as Leontopodium Alpinum considered as a national symbol of Austria and Switzerland.

A)  Edelweiss

2) Internet and mobile marketers use the acronym BRICI. If the first four letters constitute of the usual Jim O’Neil given BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) then what does the letter “I” represent?

A) Indonesia

3) This is a beverage brand owned by PepsiCo. The name is an abbreviation of South Beach, named after the upscale area
located in Miami Beach, Florida. Name the brand.

A) Sobe

4) This event is the annual championship game of the National Football League (NFL). An American holiday when a huge amount of food is consumed. (Some more clues)

A) Super Bowl

5) In 2006, an international daily ran a game called “In the pink” in which a player was put in the virtual role of Chief Executive and the goal was to have the highest profit when the game closes. Which daily?

A) Financial Times

6) Robert Fisk in the year 2009, came up with the story “The Demise of the _____” in a The Independent which led to a possibility of an Arab world ending. Complete the phrase.

A) Dollar

7) The Bank from Netherlands which is rooted in the ideas of F W Raiffeisen, the founder of the cooperative movement of credit unions who in 1864 created the first farmers’ bank in Germany. Name the bank?

A) Rabo Bank

8) Identify?

A) Datta Samant

Dutta_Samant

9) A question on Philip Kotler

10) Its symptoms include headache, drowsiness, concentration problems, dry mouth, dizziness, fatigue, gastrointestinal distress,
sweating, nausea, hyper-excitability and anxiety. (Some origin facts and meanings in other languages provided)

A) Hangover

11) Founded in Bangladesh by Radhyashyam Roy in 1932, along with KK Chatterjee. Identity this emerging insurance group in India.

A) Peerless Insurance

12) X originated in South Africa as the oil of X. Graham Wulff, an ex Unilever chemist from Durban started it in 1949. The name ‘Oil of X‘ was chosen by Wulff as a spin on the word Lanolin as a key ingredient in the item. Which beauty product?

A) Olay

13) The first of its kind was established at Shannon Airport in Ireland by Brendan O’Regan in 1947.

A) Duty Free Shops

14) Identify?

LOGO

A) Orient

15) Which is the first city in India to experiment with public transport buses running on ethanol?

A) Nagpur

16) A question on Hero Pens.

17) A question on London School of Economics.

18) How does the world better know Barbara Millicent Roberts?

A) Barbie

19) A question on Meru Cabs.

Wild Card Round

1) Producing interlocking bricks…(Buzzer pressed)

A) Lego

2) They had an advertisement saying ” Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black”.

A) Ford

3) Lined legal sized in North America, had a watermark in 18th century, looked like the head of a person.

A) Foolscap Paper

4) The term ” Blue Chip ” originated from which game?

A) Poker

5) Name the famous brand of JW Foster?

A) Reebok

6) Marcus Samuel’s sea shell collection…(buzzer pressed).

A) Shell corporation

7) Famous retail giant which have brand St. Michaels quality products.

A) Marks & Spencer

8) “Samoa Air” introduced air ticket fare for the customers with a new concept.

A) Charging people by their weight.

Tie Breaker

1) Who is the CEO of Fairfax financial corporation?

A) Prem Watsa

2) In the world of gaming, what does “RM” in RM Games stand for?

A) Real Money Games

Questions contributed by Vrushabh Gudade. Vrushabh is someone has a serious passion for quizzing and likes quizzing from his heart. He likes knowledge and all that he has gained so far is just due to quizzing. 

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Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Hyderabad – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Hyderabad – Preliminary Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER:
    Sai Mitra Constructions – Naveen Kumar and Phani Mahesh
  • RUNNER UP:
    Infosys –
    Sridhar Reddy and Surendra Reddy

 

Preliminary Round Questions:

1) Which business house from Hyderabad has successfully bid for Kochi ISL team along with Sachin Tendulkar?

A) PVP

2) Her name in books is Miss ‘Petty’ Pettaval, in movies her name is Jane. Who?

A) Money Penny

3) Playground equipment invented in 1920 by Sebastian Hinton?

A) Jungle Gym

4) What did Brian Eno give ‘musically’ that we all hear in a business environment?

1

A) Windows Startup Tune

5) Formerly called Fourth Avenue, it runs parallel to Madison Avenue to the west and Lexington Avenue to the east. It shares its name with a clothing brand in India?

A) Park Avenue

6) Warren Buffet quoted ‘I hope that Mary Barra turns out to be the _____ _______ of the 21st Century’. FIB?

A) Alfred P Sloan

7) Began in 1922 under the auspices of Dean Wallace Donham and was intended to be the highest type of business journal that we can make it and for use by the student and the business man?

A) Harvard Business Review

8) Identify.

2

A) Employee Provident Fund

9) In 1821, which company became one of the first breweries to export ale to India leading to the birth of the famous ‘East India Pale Ale’?

A) Bass Brewery

10) In 18th century when British imposed a tax on a commodity in North American colonies, it led to a massive protest and the famous incident was recorded. What was the commodity / incident?

A) Boston Tea Party / Tea

11) In Dec 2013, which Latin American nation became the first country to legalize marijuana?

A) Uruguay

12) Identify.

3

A) Landmark Group

13) Who is the official Airline partner of Liverpool FC, its name is derived from a Dutch poem by Javanese scholar and began its operation in 1949 in India from Calcutta to Rangoon?

A) Garuda Airlines

14) 9 of its retail stores are in China. It also has a note-making app for iPhone, iPad and Samsung smartphone?

A) Moleskine

15) Zapmail launched in 1984 in which transmission was offered to customers by Fedex as means of express delivery of documents?

A) Fax

16) Identify.

4

A) Swati Piramal

17) IDFC and which other entity got the banking license from RBI to open banks in India?

A) Bandhan

18) These brand of cigarettes are much narrower (23mm circumference) than ordinary cigarettes and are also longer than normal “king-sized” cigarettes (which are 85mm), sold only in longer 100mm and 120mm lengths, to give the cigarettes a more “elegant” appearance and ostensibly to reduce the amount of smoke they produce?

A) Virginia Slims

19) Which company is behind it?

5

 

A) LG – Knock Code

20) Identify.

6

A) Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh

 

Questions contributed by Mr. Naveen Kumar. Many congratulations to Naveen on winning the Hyderabad regional! We wish the best for the national finals!

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Bhubaneshwar – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Bhubaneshwar – Preliminary Round Questions

Results:

WINNER:

XIMB – Prof. Subhashis Ray & Prof. Soumik Sarkar

RUNNERS-UP:

VODAFONE – Lokesh Pal & Sitikanta Parija

 

PRELIMINARY ROUND FORMAT:

  • Total 10 teams can make to stage.
  • Top 4 teams can qualify to stage directly from preliminary round.
  • Rest 5-10 teams battle in the wildcard round from where 2 teams make it.
  • Total 20 questions.

PRELIMINARY ROUNDS:

Q1) It has been referred by BBC as “India’s largest museum” with 6000 pieces of Indian art forms from 8th century to 19th century. The area will surpass the number of visitors to the Louvre. What are we talking about that has been architecturally designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merill?

A) T-2 Terminal of Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai

Q2) Dial soap which originated in 1948 was originally an off shoot of Chicago based meat processor Armour & Company and was America’s first ______________ soap. Fill in the blank.

A) Fragrance Soap

Q3) Its various names around the world are Brush or Ice –shaver ,Tortoise ,Navel, Little cockroach ,Frog little flea. It also appeared in the Pixar movie Cars in the form of bugs. What?

A) Volkswagen Beetle

Q4) FITB …(Hint-most iconic slogan of independent India)?

1

 A)

2

Q5)In 1993,which Harrow educated man and a self- confessed admirer of Napolean Bonaparte did the PM of India Shri PV Narshima Rao appointed,as Joint Chairman of Indian Airlines and Air India?

A)Russi Mody

 Q6)What term first coined in New Zealand in 2004, is used for arts, jewellery,fashion,& objects created for the home made using thrown out & recycled elements?

A) Trashion

Q7) The first one was called “ACTA DIURNA” and the people who helped him run it were called “ACTUARII”. The first American one in 1960 was called “PUBLIC OCCURRENCES What is it called in most parts of the world?

A) Newspaper

Q8) Identify the person.

Hint—This man recently has been investing in sports franchises , he owns the team Orlando Magic. Has investment in and runs a group which specializes in beauty,home care ,health products). Give me the company that he runs.

rich-devos-magic

A) Richard DeVos of Amway

Q9) According to the Fortune 500 list, which country’s companies appear most in the list of world’s largest private employers ?

A) China

Q10) What was formed by Time co-founder Henry Luce as the “Ideal Superclass magazine”?

A) Fortune

Q11)Which brand launched at the Sydney Royal Easter show in 1934 was originally sold in green coloured tins as Nestle’s fortified tonic food? Its names has origins in Greek Mythology.

A) Milo

Q12) Identify the print ad of this famous company?

4

A) Taco Bell

5

Q13)What bank helped the California wine industry get started, created a motion picture loan division that helped Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickens and others to start United Artists and helped Walt Disney with a huge loan when the movie Snow White went $2 million over budget?

A)Bank of America

Q14) Tantea was established in 1968 to help rehabilitate Sri Lankan repatriates. What does Tan stand for in Tantea? (Hint: Many companies in that age were named similarly eg. Titan.)

A) Tamil Nadu Tea

Q15)Coinciding with 96th birthday of Late Indira Gandhi ,PM Dr. Manmohan Singh had inaugurated the first of this bank with 7 branches. what is unique about this bank?

A) Bharatiya Mahila Bank (All women employee bank).

Q16)Identify the logo? (Hint—more to do with the changing air of indian politics)

6

 A) Adani

7

Q17)Along with his wife, Anupama, he started Sampark Foundation in 2004. The former executive of a leading IT company is loving every moment of his new role and development in the organisation working to improve the lives of under underprivileged and farmers. The person gave the famous concept of “Employees First: Customers Second”, in an era of recession which drew great appreciation from Harvard and other Business schools. Identify the Person.?

A) Vineet Nayar, former CEO of HCL.

Q18) Louis Vuitton invested in which Puducherry based company in 2007?

A) Hidesign

Q19)Which company introduced a social networking service in 2011 called MH buddy? (Hint: The company was in news twice in 2014 and for not the right reasons.)

A) Malaysian Airlines

Q20)This man’s name is Mohan T Advani, he created something in India which we all can see in our homes and offices. What entity did he create? (Hint: His category of products deals with conditioning of water.)

8

A) Bluestar

Questions contributed by Rashmi Ranjan Swain. Rashmi is a student of the College of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry , Bhubaneswar. He is a quizzer from his school days and is an active member of the Odisha Quizzing Association.

Further edits suggested by Abdus Samad Anwar.