Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Bangalore – Regional Finals Questions
IAME – Mahantesh and Prasad Shetty
- RUNNER UP:
Oracle – Mitesh and Yaggy
Regional Finals Questions:
1. [Silver] Coldiretti, which represents agricultural producers, has called on foreign governments and the European Union to stamp out what it called a “market of horrors”, encompassing pasta, pizzas and other Italian-type foods which are sold under a what theme?
2. [Silver] Advertisement of Kleenex which is a tribute to tearjerkers such as Kaagaz Ki Phool.
3. [Bronze] Which place of learning with a motto “Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow”, started in 1961, is the only one in its category to receive college credit recommendations from the American Council of Education (ACE), has interpreters like the UN and can teach its students in 28 languages including Spanish, German, French, Chinese and Mandarin Chinese?
A. Hamburger University
4. [Gold] Nicolas Jacques Conte, (1755 – 1805), Paris), was a French mechanical genius who developed the method on which the manufacture of modern ________ is based. 7-words answer. Answer is in plural.
5. [Silver] Marcel van Dam, Dutch sociologist and former politician, is credited with having invented it and being the first to implement in Netherlands on February 15, 1967. What is it that in 2014 made an entity named Today’s Chanakya famous?
A. Exit Polls
6. [Silver] Connect:
2. [Silver] This is a system that prevents internet users from accessing web page content (most notably news content and scholarly publications) without a paid subscription. (_ _ _ _ _ _ _)
A. Pay Wall
3. [Silver] It been in private hands since the middle ages and been in the Antrobus family since the early 1800s. But when the heir to the Antrobus baronetcy was killed in the Great War the estate was put up for sale. In the hands of Messrs Knight, Franck and Rutley, on the 21st September 1915, the historic site went under the hammer. Sir Cecil Chubb, who’d had no intention of bidding at the sale, bought it ‘on a whim’ as a gift for his wife who, it’s claimed, was none too pleased. The site may be worth 51 million pounds or maybe more today. What site in the UK?
4. [Bronze] How do we better know Lockheed Martin’s Advanced Development Programs? (_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _)
A. Skunk Works
5. [Bronze] It has its main headquarters in London on King Street and Rockefeller Plaza in New York. It is owned by Groupe Artemis, the holding company of Francois-Henri Pinault.
6. [Bronze] This company which had a German collaboration in 1940 was bought by Loral Corporation for $640 million in 1987. The erstwhile famous name disappeared and became the defence systems unit of Loral. Loral’s rights to the designs were sold to Lockheed Martin which purchased the defence systems unit in 1993. What designs that can be non-rigid, semi-rigid and rigid?
A. Goodyear Blimps
7. [Gold] Connect to a personality.
A. Positioning by Jack Trout.
8. [Silver] Connect the following terms to Weibo and social media in China: June 4, 1989, 25th anniversary, Tiananmen, Tank, Square, Rebellion, Law, Student Leaders.
A. These terms are banned for usage in social media in China.
9. Character from Sega’s Saturn Game that has the ability to quench one’s thirst. Which brand is this character’s name?
A. Pepsi Man
1. [Silver] By the time Queen Victoria came to the throne in 1837, the company’s store was already a London landmark. Families flocked to was what called ‘Toy Emporium’.
2. [Gold] Connect:
3. [Bronze] This term refers to the process of placing dots to form an image. (_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _)
A. Dot Matrix
4. [Gold] Connect: This word is connected to all the elements and is specifically found in defined disclosures. No one knows who owns the usage of the term.
5. [Silver] Connect: Audio clip is from the soundtrack of a famous movie.
A. Amadeus booking services
6. [Silver] Identify this outstanding copywriter.
A. Bruce Barton
7. [Gold] The company hired the statistician William Sealy Gosset in 1899, who achieved lasting fame under the pseudonym ‘Student’ for techniques developed for the company, particularly Student’s t-distribution and the more commonly known student’s t-test.
8. The first recorded use as a color name in English was in 1915. It is the name given for various very pale tints of yellowish-orange that are close to beige. What colour is this?