Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Gurgaon – Regional Finals Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Gurgaon– Finals Questions

Results:

  • WINNER:
    Genpact – Rohan Khanna and Leo Thomas

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

 

Wild Card Round Questions:

1) Famous quote by Robin Williams. Used in the movie “The Wolf of Wall St.” – _________ is God’s way of saying you are making too much money!

A) Cocaine

2) A lion’s symbol was the brand’s earliest ad campaign. Called the “King of Beverages”.

A) Dr. Peppers

Q3) In China, which automobile brand that came to Guizhou, meant a ‘precious horse’.

A) BMW

Q4) Apart from lottery, legal gambling in India is restricted to which sport?

A) Horse racing

Q5) Which pharma company has acquired 100% of Ranbaxy?

A) Sun Pharma

Q6) In some distilleries, Cat’s allowance implied buying milk for cats. What was the purpose behind this?

A) Breweries having grains to shoo away rats.

Q7) Amazon’s free shipping service with guaranteed delivery within 2 days. Annual fee for service is $75. Name?

A) Amazon Prime

Q8) The true father of this mode of transport, Louis Brenner created in 1909 having a test section using gyroscope. It happened in Kent. What?

A) Monorail

 

Regional Finals Questions:

ROUND-1:

Q1) Star tennis player from the University of Wisconsin, won the US Father and Son doubles tennis titles along with his son during 1946 to 1948. He contributed 3,000,000 for a tennis stadium. The person is known for the science of marketing.

A) AC Nielsen

Q2) Connect:

Bulova

A) Tuning Fork

Q3) Founded as Nicola & Cia Ltda, headquartered in the  southern Brazilian city of Caxias do Sul, state of Rio Grande do Sul. The name sounds like that of a Venetian explorer.

A) Marco Polo

Q4) Connect:

Wilson

A) Roger Federer

Q5) This brand became part of an Indian company in 2006. Associated with a famous sporting event since 1987. In 2012, the company produced 99,000 of these items.

A) Christy towels (acquired by Welspun)

Q6) According to some sources, what did critics do to the Livestrong bands of Lance Armstrong, after the accusations of doping and cheating emerged?

A) Removed the ‘e’ to make it “Liestrong”

ROUND-2:

Q1) American invention installed in Harrods, 1898. Viewed with apprehension by shoppers. An attendant was employed. He would provide brandy & smelling salts to overcome any adverse effects from the experience.

A) Elevator

Q2)Connect: PV Narasimha Rao; Manmohan Singh; Gulzarilal Nanda

PMs

A) Planning Commission (Deputy Chairman who became PM)

Q3) Deccan Motor Agency, Mumbai. Established by Dr. BD _________________.

A) Garware

Q4)Connect: Picasa video ad; ARS insignia; portrait of Petrus Manach

Picasso

A)Pablo Picasso

Q5) Tagline: ‘The best part of waking up to __________ in your Cup’. Earlier Part of P&G.

A)Folger’s

Q6) Major consumer markets: Germany (22%), US (15%), France (10%). Auctioned in Aalsmeer, Netherlands. Largest exports come from Kenya. Spike in sales seen during February.

A) Roses

Q7) What is special about this?

Lifestyle Magazine

A) Lifestyle magazine for blind [In braille]

Q8) Company founded in 1907 by Toshiyo Iwasaki, 2nd son of the 2nd president of Mitsubishi.

A) Asahi Glass

Q9)Connect: NID; Rajeev Gandhi; Rahul Gandhi; Konark Temple video featurette

Indian Airlines

A)Indian Airlines

ROUND 3:

Q1) Identify this famous co-founder and chairman of a corporation.

Dan Wieden

A)Dan Wieden (Wieden and Kennedy)

Q2) James Jannard founded this company.

A) Oakley

Q3) Jagdish Bhagwati and Bent Hansen- first founded this theory of __________, an activity which can be considered an import substituting economic activity in some ways. Main consideration- Welfare implications. Coming from belief, that private sector is more efficient than public sector. Considered a way of indirectly diverting resources from the government to private sector.

A) Smuggling

Q4) Identify the concept which was also was the basic premise of this movie.

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A) Delivery of products in 30 or less minutes. Especially in reference to pizzas.

Q5) YOYO economics coined by Jared Bernstein in 2006.  Term refers to economic policies in which a government shifts responsibility for economic challenges on to individuals. What does it stand for?

A) You’re On Your Own

Q6) Book about?

Beechams

A) Beecham

Q7) Connect: Gazette of India; Amartya Sen; Logo of Indian Mint; Video of JRD Tata

Bharat Ratna

A) Bharat Ratna

Q8) Company established in Bergen in 1838. In 1850s, it moved to Stockholm. In 1981 it was merged into Volvo, was sold to Procordia and is since 1995 a part of the Norwegian Orkla. Which seafood company?

A) Abba

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

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