Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2016 – Chennai– Regional Round Questions
- WINNER: Wipro : Viraj Bake & Sai Bharath
- RUNNER UP: The Hindu : Sriram Srinivasan & Ramanan
Regional Round Questions:
Q.1. What did he create?
Ans. Creator of Pokemon
Q.2. Af-Taab Investment Company Ltd is a subsidiary of which Tata Company?
Ans. Tata Power
Ans. ICAI (Chartered Accountants)
Ans. Roger Enrico, Pepsi Ex- CEO
Q.5. Analytical Question
Ans. Zara + Instagram + Gaana + Yahswant Sina = RTGS
Q.6. Watch maker Swatch has decided to register a European trademark for this phrase. It gives the Swiss company the right to use the phrase in its promotions and advertising up until 2025, a move no one was expecting, especially not the Apple fans. Which phrase?
Ans. One More Thing
Q.7. On Sunday, May 8, Germany hit a new high in renewable energy generation. Thanks to a sunny or windy day, at one point around 1 pm, the country’s solar, wind, hydro and biomass plants were supplying 55GW of the 63 GW being consumed or 87%. What happened then?
Ans. The German Govt. paid people to use solar energy
Ans. First ever printed currency in circulation
Q.9. The Tata Government Training Centre, the first technical education institute in this country, was founded in 1972. Which country?
Ans. India Post
Q.11. People with stress would like to try a drink which helps them relax without drowsiness. That is when I hit upon the idea says the founder Ahmed Elafifi. It has forayed in India with the Original, which has a fruit based flavour and the Jade, which has a green tea flavour. The company has also partnered with Pushpam Group for manufacturing in India. Who are we talking about?
Q.12. Analytical question.
Ans. CBS = PWC + Ed De Bono + Sharapova
Ans. Rockefeller Foundation
Q.14. Godrej Consumer Products acquired which brand from Shogun Diapers Ltd back in 2003?
Q.15. “If you think you’re a really good programmer … read ___________ …. You should definitely send me a resume if you can read the whole thing” said a quote from Bill Gates on the cover of the third edition of the first volume. Which book?
Ans. Art of Computer Programming
Q.16. Analytical question.
Ans. Missing children in Pakistan sponsored by corporate houses
Q.18. Why the colour?
Ans. Breast cancer awareness
Q.19. “Jack Dangermond kind of created the industry,” says John Hanke, who for six years led Google’s efforts in this area. What is Dangermond’s contribution that the world of transportation uses extensively today?
Ans. Navigation systems
Ans. Nobel Prize Economists
Q.22. Owned by?
Ans. TT Krishnamachari
Questions contributed by Jitendra Gaglani