Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2015 – Raipur – Regional Round Questions
- WINNER: BSP SAIL: Manoj Kumar Prasad and Sanjay Shamkuwar
- RUNNER UP: BSP SAIL: Chandrashekar and Ramani
Regional Round Questions:
Q.1.In 1919, Frigidaire was acquired by which company founded by William C Durant was responsible for the development and production of the first electric refrigerator and the first room air conditioner.
Answer: General motors
Q. 2. Which logo comprises of a dual ‘B’ that hold the rays of the rising sun. (4-2-6)
Answer: Bank of Baroda
Q. 3. A connect question on WOLVERINE
Q.4. Identify the logo of TV Channel?
Answer: LIFE OK
Q.5. In order to keep up with the increasing demand for those new fangled contraption, horseless camages, RansomE. Olds created the ____ in 1901. The new approach to putting together automobiles enabled him to more than quadruple his factory’s output from 425 cars in 1901 to 2,500 in 1902. What?
Answer: Assembly Line Production
Q.6. “Helping you spend less”, says which Tata brand? (4-4-6)
Answer: Tata Star Bazzar
Q.7. Kimble Goes Monaco is self-financed documentary of a lavish trip made by this businessman to the Monaco Grand Prix.
Answer: Kim Dotcom
Q. 8. Connect .
Answer: Arrow Shirts
Q.9. This scion of the Bombay business family was once asked by his English schoolmaster to tell his family name or business. It seems that the young boy got confused and blurted out something. Since then, that word became his surname forever. Nevertheless, he saw one great advantage in beating a different surname he did not have the burden of carrying the reputation of a big family industrial house. Name him.
Answer: Vijay Merchant
Q.10. This brand successfully hosted the inaugural ‘Mini Miglia’ in Scotland.
Q.11. Who or which company has applied for copy right of words “HOT & CRISPY”?
Q. 12. This US agency and Japanese automaker Nissan got into a five-year partnership recently, introducing plans to build an autonomous vehicle system and preparations to apply the technology commercially. Which US agency? (4 letters)
Answer: Liu Chuanzhi of Lenovo
Q.14. The Landmark paper was published in the Harvard Business Review in 1960 and built around the question ‘What business are you in’. With a two-word title, the paper refers to firms or managers focusing on products rather than on the consumer. The second word is a medical term used to refer a refractive defect. Name the Paper.
Answer: Marketing Myopia
Q.16. The products were sold under the trade name ‘Rocket Goldwyin’, White House’, ‘Howrah Bridge’, ‘Amar Deep’, ‘Akhand Jyothi’, ‘Akhand Society’, ‘Marble Tough’, ‘Knight Royal’, ‘Divya Kamal’, ‘Commodore’, etc. Which company?
Answer : Swadeshi Mills
Q.17. Founders of?
Answer: Hard Rock Café
Questions contributed by Mohibbul Hussain.