Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Cochin – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Cochin– Regional Round Questions

RESULTS: 

  • WINNER : 
  • Model Engineering Kochi – Avinash Pai and Sachin
  • RUNNER UP :
  • NUALS Kochi – Rohit Balagopal and Niranjan Sudh

Preliminary Round Questions:

Q.1.Which Indian IT entrepreneur’s father was known as the ‘Rice King of Burma’?

Ans. Azim Premji

Q.2. In 1962, the Time magazine called him “the most sought after wizard in today’s Ad industry”. Who?

Ans. David Ogilvy

Q.3. Which web browser project was started in 1994 by Thomas Reardon using source code from Spyglass Inc?

Ans. Internet Explorer

Q.4. 7 letter word denoting a South Korean form of business conglomerate? Options (Tycoon / Chaebol)

Ans. Chaebol

Q.5. This was founded as a small construction firm by Chung Ju-yung in 1947 and the name literally means ‘modernity’?

Ans. Hyundai

Q.6. Who is the famous thinker and author of the book ‘Concept of the Corporation’? (Philip Kotler / Peter F Drucker)

Ans. Peter F Drucker

Q.7. Which economist has been described by The Economist as ‘Britain’s most famous 20th century economist’?  (Adam Smith / John Keynes)

Ans. John Keynes

Q.8. Who started a fashion boutique under the name ‘CR7’ in Vilamoura, Portugal?

Ans. Christiano Ronaldo

Q.9. Bill Rasmussen conceived the concept of which TV channel in May, 1978 after he got fired from his job with the World Hockey Associations New England Whalers?

Ans. ESPN

Q.10. Airline started by Venkayalapati Umesh and actor Ram Charan? (TruJet / Air Costa)

Ans. TruJet

Q.11. Which famous business group launched a new brand of super markets under the name ‘KB’s conveniently yours’?

(Hint: KB stands for Kishore Biyani)

Ans. Future Group

Q.12. In 1909, SPL Sorenson, a Danish chemist created a scale and the most precise definition for it is given by the Carlsberg Foundation. Which scale?

Ans. pH scale

Q.13. MSSL has closed a 15,400 Cr deal with Daimler AMG to supply external and internal systems for Mercedes Benz vehicles. Expand MSSL?

Ans. Motherson Sumi Systems Ltd

Q.14. MSG is popularly known in India under a Japanese company’s brand name and was recently in news. How do we know it in India?

Ans. Ajinomoto

Q.15. This spice was once called wild marjoram and it became popular in America when soldiers returned from Italy after World War II. How is it known now?

Ans. Oregano

Q.16. Which breakfast company has the characters snap, crackle, pop etc.?

Ans. Kellogg’s

Q.17. This ice cream company was started by Cohen and Greenfield. Their first names are taken as the name of the company. Id the company?

ben & Jerry's

Ans. Ben & Jerry’s

Q.18. Who is the founder of the World Wide Web?

Ans. Tim Berners-Lee

Q.19. He is creating education revolution in India. Id the entrepreneur with Ratan Tata?

sal khan

Ans. Sal Khan

Q.20. Id logo of which bookstore?

landmark

Ans. Landmark Books

Questions contributed by Rajeev K Nair

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Kozhikode – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Kozikhode – Regional Round Questions

RESULTS: 

  • WINNER :
  • NIT Calicut – Nakul and Ameen M
  • RUNNER UP :
  • NIT Calicut – Sreerang and Shubham

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. What in the modern world are social ghosts?

Ans. Notifications from social media accounts of dead people

Q.2. Sir Anthony H has given names to many liquor brands. What does H stand for?

Ans. Hayward

Q.3. Computer Masti and Words Worth are offerings by which Tata company?

Ans. Tata Class Edge

Q.4. Connect.

google

Ans. Don’t be Evil

Q.5. This company expanded its entry level bike range by launching the 100cc bike, Livo. Which company?

Ans. Honda

Q.6. Who is called the Warren Buffett of Mexico?

Ans. Carlos Slim Helu

Q.7. Wherever wheels are rolling, no matter what the load, the name that’s known is _________. Where the rubber meets the road. Which famous tyre brand’s jingle?

Ans. Firestone

Q.8. Identify the person with Ratan Tata.

sal khan

Ans. Sal Khan of Khan Academy

Q.9. ‘The Case of the Bonsai Man” is written by?

Ans. R Gopalakrishnan

Q.10. Connect.

KC10

Ans. Chivas Regal

Q.11. David and Simons Reuben control Plaza and Dream Downtown Hotel in the United States. With which Indian group would you associate this deal?

Ans. Sahara

Q.12. Which famous brand came up with this campaign- “How far are you from the real bumper”?

Ans. Fiat

Q.13. In typography, this is a little extra stroke found at the end of the main vertical and horizontal ends of a letter. What is this entire family of font called?

Ans. Seriff

Q.14. What is Inemuri in Japan?

Ans. Allowing employees to sleep during work hours

Q.15. Which world agreement gave the world, IMF and World bank?

Ans. Bretton Woods Agreement

Q.16. Complete the list of 4 great inventions of China- ______, compass, gun powder, printing?

Ans. Paper

Q.17. Tangerine movie was shot on?

Ans. iphone

Q.18. “How Not To Make Money” is a book by?

Ans. Raj Kundra

Q.19. The effect of 1973 energy crisis was forcing Ford to experiment with a small car. Which brand thus resulted?

Ans. Fiesta

Q.20. “To the Brink and Back” is a book about Manmohan Singh by?

Ans. Jairam Ramesh

Q.21. What is the tribal conference held by the Tata steel at Jamshedpur called?

Ans. Samvaad

Q.22. Connect.

KC21

Ans. Marico Industries

Q.23. Question on Ambuja Cement

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Kozhikode – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Kozhikode – Preliminary Round Questions

RESULTS: 

  • WINNER :
  • NIT Calicut – Nakul and Ameen M
  • RUNNER UP :
  • NIT Calicut – Sreerang and Shubham

Preliminary Round Questions:

Q.1. Which airlines advises to wear wigs as part of their attire?

Ans. Indigo

Q.2. Which giant’s logo was based on Larry Bird ?

Ans. Twitter

Q.3. Which magazine was founded by a couple (Pierre Lazareff and his wife Hélène Gordon)? It was named after the wife’s name.

Ans. Elle

Q.4. Name the brand first produced by a person named William R Warner. It was initially branded as ” Gastrointestinal Reliever “?

Ans. Gelusil

 Q.5. It is present on Grocery items. Norman Joseph Woodland is credited for its creation. What?

Ans. Bar Code

Q.6. It was founded by Eli Harari, Sanjay Mehrotra and Jack Yuan. Which non volatile memory device producer?

Ans. SanDisk 

Q.7. Question on subsidiaries of GAP

Q.8. Who was Google’s first female engineer and later became the CEO of another Tech Giant?

Ans. Marissa Mayer

Q.9. About which magazine founded by Henry Luce did he say “This is not a sports magazine, it is the sports magazine”?

Ans. Sports Illustrated

Q.10. Which Central Bank was headed by Mario Draghi?

Ans. ECB (European Central Bank)

Q.11. After Google launched its ear app, which major rival came up with an app called Carplay?

Ans. Apple

Q.12. Expand LCD.

Ans. Liquid Crystal Labs

Q.13. Which dental care major came up with a toothpaste containing charcoal?

Ans. Colgate

Q.14. Question on Macbeth Strategy

Q.15. Identify the logo?

download

Ans. Hutch 

Q.16. He is the founder of?

download (2)

Ans. Sun Pharma

Q.17. Identify.

Raghunandan_Saran,_Founder_Ashok_Leyland

Ans. Raghunandan Saran

Q.18. Logo of?

download (1)

Ans. Harley Davidson

Q.19. Book about which company?

download

Ans. Huawei

Q.20. Logo of?

images

Ans. Crocs

Questions contributed by Ameen M

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Nagpur – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Nagpur – Regional Round Questions

RESULTS: 

  • WINNER :
  • VNIT – Mukund Srinivasan and Aditya Prava
  • RUNNER UP :
  • Hislop College – Aniruddha and Raunak Patni

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. Which Bakeries, owned by Unilever, was sold by them to Nimman Foods?

Ans. Modern Foods

Q.2. Which Insurance Company created this family, called the “Boo Boo Family”, in order to urge the people to take up insurance policies?

2

Ans. Bajaj Allianz

Q.3. To mark the 45 years of Range Rover, a Range Rover was made to cross a bridge. What was so special about this bridge?

Ans. The bridge was made of paper

Q.4. (Freehit) Connect The Indian Railways, Rudyard Kipling and Emile Moreau, a French Author.

Ans. A H Wheeler

Q.5. Which Company sells its products under the label, “Emporio”?

Ans. Armani

Q.6. Which vehicle manufacturer was the first Indian company to sign a deal with a foreign company, when it had a deal with Chrysler to assemble some of its parts?

Ans. Premier Automobiles

Q.7. What was invented and patented by American inventor, Mary Anderson in 1903, who called her invention a “window cleaning device”?

Ans. Windshield wipers

Q.8. Which company sponsored this event?

8

Ans. Spykar

Q.9. A question on Intel.

Q.10. A connect question on Waldorf Hotels

Q.11. The shareholders of which bank, reappointed Rana Kapoor as the CEO And MD of the bank?

Ans. Yes Bank

Q.12. A question on Saravana Stores.

Q.13. This is the Hitl Hotel, which is located in Zurich. It is the world’s oldest _______ hotel. The _______ is something which is very integral to India, so people have the misconception that the oldest ______ hotel must be in India. However, this is the oldest ______ hotel.

13

Ans. This is the world’s oldest Vegetarian hotel.

Q.14. What new technology was introduced by Kodak in 1976, which was considered very promising, but failed in the market, as Kodak couldn’t capitalize on the technology?

Ans. Instant Cameras

Q.15. This is Balkrishan Goenka, who is the founder of a company, which is associated with Wimbledon. Identify the company.

15

Ans. Welspun Towels

Q.16. Bajaj launched a new bike called the AS 150. What does AS in the name stand for?

Ans. Adventure Sport

Q.17. A question on Marriott.

Q.18. Identify this gentleman.

18

Ans. Fauja Singh

Q.19. Who was voted as the most desirable fictional character in the Tata Literature Live! Survey, 2015?

Ans. Sherlock Holmes

Q.20. Empress Mills is located in which city?

Ans. Nagpur

Questions contributed by Aditya Morarka, Aniruddha Morarka

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Nagpur – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Nagpur – Preliminary Round Questions

RESULTS: 

  • WINNER :
  • VNIT – Mukund Srinivasan and Aditya Prava
  • RUNNER UP :
  • Hislop College – Aniruddha and Raunak Patni

Preliminary Round Questions:

Q.1. Which OS, in its native language, means “humanity towards others” or “the belief in a universal bond of sharing that connects all humanity”, something which is evident in its logo too?

Ans. Ubuntu

Q.2. Which computer-animated character was created in 2003 by Swedish actor and playwright Erik Wernquist, and was marketed by ringtone provider Jamba!?

Ans. Crazy Frog

Q.3. Which Japanese automaker’s luxury division is called Acura, which was launched in 1986?

Ans. Honda

Q.4. Which laundry detergent’s name is derived from its original ingredients, Sodium Perborate and Sodium Silicate?

Ans. Persil

Q.5. Which brand’s products include Africa, Apollo, Black, Excite, Touch, Clix, Vice, among others? (Hint: 3 letter brand)

Ans. Axe

Q.6. Which financial institution was founded in 1890 in Berlin, Germany by Carl Von Thieme? (Hint: Its JV in India is with Bajaj)

Ans. Allianz

Q.7. Which former US President endorsed Campbell Soups and Van Heusen?

Ans. Ronald Reagen

Q.8. Which confectionery, beverage and food conglomerate’s name is a combination of the words “World” and “Delicious” in the Neo-Latin languages?

Ans. Mondelez

Q.9. Which Pharma company was founded Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao in Mumbai in 1893? (Hint: Famously known for their pain balms)

Ans. Amrutanjan

Q.10. A question on the world’s fastest supercomputers.

Q.11. Which whisky manufacturer has started a campaign on Instagram called “Insta-wine”? (Hint: Its name starts with a ‘B’)

Ans. Ballantine’s

Q.12. Which former US President is credited with the inventions of Pedometer, Polygraph and Moldboard plow?

Ans. Thomas Jefferson

Q.13. A question on the history of Watermark.

Q.14. Which Indian started the Swades Foundation, who also owned UTV, before selling it to Disney?

Ans. Ronnie Screwvala

Q.15. Which innerwear company started the hashtag, #Followthesock, where luck winners could win a trip to Disney World?

Ans.Hanes

Q.16. This is Satyan Gajwani. He is the CEO of which Indian Internet portal?

16

Ans. Times Internet (Indiatimes was also acceptable)

Q.17. This is the old logo of which very famous company?

17

Ans. Nestle

Q.18. He is the founder of a coffee manufacturer, which is named after him. Identify the brand. (Hint: Orange is an important color for them in India)

18

Ans. Lavazza

Q.19. Identify this person, who signs his name with the initials ‘G.S’.

19

Ans. George Soros

Q.20. Identify this very famous podcast. (Options: Soap, Serial or Signette)

20

Ans. Serial

Questions contributed by Aditya Morarka, Aniruddha Morarka

 

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Raipur– Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Raipur – Regional Round Questions

RESULTS: 

  • WINNER :
  • NIT Raipur – Prasun Sinha and Vijay Sagar
  • RUNNER UP :
  • HNLU Raipur – Abhinav Raman and Kunal Bindra

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. Who was the first chairman of TCS ?

Ans. JRD Tata

Q.2. Connect

Untitled

Ans. Samsonite

Q.3. Chester Greenwood of Farmington, Maine invented what in 1873, at the age of 15. He reportedly came up with the idea while ice skating, and had his grandmother sew tufts of fur between loops of wire.?

Ans. Earmuffs

Q.4. A question on Royal Enfield

Q.5. Question on Happy birthday to you song patented by Warner Bros.

Q.6. Connect

Untitled

Ans. Truecaller

Q.7. Connect

Untitled

Ans. Mercedes Benz

Q.8. Identify the company she heads?

q.8.

Ans. Mallika srinivasan of Tafe tractors

Q.9. Name the oldest bookstore in India.

Ans. Higgin Bothams

Q.10. Name the electronics company that manufactures them

10.

Ans. LG

Q.11. Question on Tetley.

Q.12. Name the restaurant chain started by them?

q.13.

Ans. Mainland China

Q.13. Company started by him?

q.14.

Ans. Haldirams

Q.14. Final question on Bhilai steel plant (Its founding blueprint and photograph)

Questions contributed by Sangeet Vijay Sagar

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Raipur – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Raipur – Preliminary Round Questions

RESULTS: 

  • WINNER :
  • NIT Raipur – Prasun Sinha and Vijay Sagar
  • RUNNER UP :
  • HNLU Raipur – Abhinav Raman and Kunal Bindra

Preliminary Round Questions:

Q.1. Which entity had earlier its mascot named as SPEEDEE which looked like a chef? Hint: It today has the mascot named as Ronald
Ans. McDonalds

Q.2. Question on inventor of walkman who was given an award in UK.
Ans. Akio Morita

Q.3. In 1955 a list was made by Fortune’s editor which today is a very famous list. What?
Ans. Fortune 500

Q.4. Earlier launched as “Sunlight flakes”, a detergent soap . Today how do we know this product as? Hint: Its a beauty soap today which is endorsed by various well known Divas
Ans.LUX

Q.5. Which Padma Shri awardee worked with IIM Ahmedabad as chief systems programmer and Patni Computer Systems in Pune?
Ans. NRN Murthy

Q.6. Which e-commerce giant has started a magazine called JUICE? Hint: Think on the lines of fruit.
Ans. Jabong

Q.7. Who was the first Indian designer to be invited to IGEDO (the world’s largest garment fair) and the first Indian designer to open the Dubai Fashion Week?
Options: Ritu Beri; Wendell Rodricks; Amit Heri
Ans. Wendell Rodricks

Q.8. Who is the author of the books The Purple Cow and All Marketeers are Liars?
Ans. Seth Godin

Q.9. Which internet giant in collaboration with Railtel will provide WiFis across the stations in India?
Ans. Google

Q.10. Which is the Indian publishing company based in Kolkata that was founded in 1936 by D. Mehra at College Street in Calcutta?
Ans. Rupa & Co.

Q.11. Where in India would you find the headquarters of CDAC?
Ans. Pune

Q.12. Which Indian cosmetic giant has acquired kesh king, a Haryana based ayurvedic hair and scalp care producing company?
Ans. Emami

Q.13. Which Airline came up with an advertising called “Kobe v/s Messi: The selfie shootout”.
Ans. Turkish Airlines

Q.14.  A question on history of microwave being used for food

Q.15. Which Indian media group has the rights to send Indian contestants for the Miss Universe competiotion?
Ans. Times group (Femina)

Q.16. Identify him. He is the creator of Zynga.

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Ans. Mark Pincus

Q.17. Identify him. You cannot complete your MBA without reading his books.

Professor-Dr.-Philip-Kotler

Ans. Philip Kotler

Q.18. Name the paint company endorsed by Saif Ali khan here.

20101223030436_AP Play SYS Press 16-5x25-5cm blue
Ans. Asian Paints royale

Q.19. Whose logo?

dodge_2
Ans. Dodge

Questions contributed by Sangeet Vijay Sagar

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Dehradun – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Dehradun – Regional Round Questions

RESULTS: 

  • WINNER :
  • UPES – Vishnu and Mudassir Khan
  • RUNNER UP :
  • IIT Roorkee – Navneet and Vineet

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. He is Ray Tomlinson, he is credited for the creation of which symbol?

Ray Tomlinson

Ans. E-mail

Q.2. Which coffee brand now owned by the Tatas was created by the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea company in 1859?

Ans. 8’o Clock coffee

Q.3.Connect:

Big Mac

Ans.Big Mac Index

Q.4. Samvaad is tribal festival organised by which Tata company?

Ans. Tata Steel

Q.5. Founders of?

Jaguar

Ans. Jaguar

Q.6. What theory did he create? It has his first name.

peter

Ans. Peter Principle

Q.7. What traces its origins to the 1925 merger of the Holt Manufacturing Co. and the CL Best Tractor Company?

Ans. Caterpillar Inc.

Q.8. After placing which sculpture in Amsterdam in 2012 did artist Arturo Di Modica say “It would be good for everybody in Europe to have some kind of kick from the mascot. Europe is in an Economic crisis. Think positive! Together we will go up!”?

Ans. The charging bull

Q.9. Connect.

Virus

Ans. Virus

Q.10. What social networking space was founded by Tom Anderson and Chris DeWolfe?

Ans. Myspace

Q.11. which company recently sold its 4.2% stake in Bharati Airtel for USD 200 Million?

Ans. Vodafone

Q.12. What was initially called Parkesine and Xylonite brfore John Wesley Hyatt used it to replace ivory in manufacture of billiards balls?

Ans. Celluloid

Q.13. His name is Stelios Haji-Ioannou. He is the founder of which low cost airline?

Easy Jet

Ans. EasyJet

Q.14. TE Stockwell co- founded this retail company.

Ans. TESCO

Q.15. What did this great man give to the world? His name is Dr.Vint Cerf.

D12

Ans. TCIP Protocol

Q.16. Which award, named after an automotive industry legend, is given each year to a film at the Sundance Film Festival to a feature film, that focuses on science or technology as a theme, or depicts a scientist, engineer or mathematician as a major character?

Ans. Alfred P Sloan

Q.17. Which publishing house is this? They use two letters AK to describe themselves.

Knopf

Ans. Knopf Publishers

Q.18. What is Seigniorage?

Ans. Real value of the coin, currency

Q.19. Which organisation traces its origin when a dying 7 year old, Christopher James wanted to become a police officer, therefore a world famous organisation came into existence?

Ans. Make a Wish Foundation

Q.20. In collaboration with which company did TCS launch Centre of Excellence for Internet of Things at Hyderabad?

Ans. Intel

Q.21. Which concept was described in 1887, by Edward Bellamy in his novel, “Looking Backward”. Bellamy used the term in the context of spending a citizen’s dividend from the government, rather than borrowing?

Ans. Credit Card

Q.22. The revamped 3-D “app icon” –like look modernizes its long-standing “digital roots”. The new slogan ‘Red .Hot .Spicy’ is illustrated by the red swatch on the layouts, which projects the bold and spicy avatar of the brand.

Ans. Spicejet

Q.23. Connect.

connect

Ans. McDonalds

Contributed by Bodhanapu Vishnu.

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Dehradun – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Dehradun – Preliminary Round Questions

RESULTS: 

  • WINNER :
  • UPES – Vishnu and Mudassir Khan
  • RUNNER UP :
  • IIT Roorkee – Navneet and Vineet

Preliminary Round Questions:

Q.1. Id. Hint: Ex Finance Minister and President of India.

R Venkatraman

Ans. R Venkatraman

Q.2. Which car became famous because of James Bond movies?

Ans. Alpha Romeo

Q.3. Expand CUV? (like SUV is for Sports Utility Vehicle)

Ans. Compact Utility Vehicle

Q.4.Which automobile gets its name after a river in Japan?

Ans. Isuzu

Q.5. Question about NOP, where OP is Oregon project. What is NP?

Ans. Nike

Q.6. Ramdev Baba’s brand Patanajali advertise that they do not have MSG in their noodles. What is MSG?

Ans. Mono Sodium Gultanate

Q.7. “Purana jayega tho naya ayega” is whose tagline?

Ans. OLX

Q.8. Question about Ducati

Q.9. Expand FOMO. It’s a problem experienced due to over usage of social network.

Ans. Fear Of Missing Out

Q.10. Who is the CEO of NetApp?

Ans. George Kurian

Q.11.What is the name of the Cloud service by Yahoo?

Ans. Yahoo Briefcase

Q.12. “Truly Asia” is the tag line of?

Ans. Malaysia

Q.13. Id. the logo.

images

Ans. Holiday Inn

Q.14. This currency belongs to which country?

download

Ans. Indonesia

Q.15. Id.

Air India Maharaja

Ans. Air India Maharaja

Q.16. Id the logo.

download

Ans. National Egg Corporation

Q.17. Question about the law under whichMaggi was banned.

Q.18. Who is in the picture?

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Ans. Tom Ford

Q.19. A person who has defaulted on his or her debts or has gone bankrupted due to the stock market. The phrase is said to have originated from the London Stock Market during the 1700s and was used to describe individuals who were ineffective traders. The term is similar to a term in cricket addressing a batsman with poorest possible performance. What?

Ans. Lame Duck Investor

Q.20. Expand AK?

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Ans. Ann Kanaan

Knockout Round:

Q.1. He is a medical doctor. He wrote a book called Business Sutras. He is one of the best selling author in India. He is know for his knowledge on vedas, upanishads and Indian epics. Who?

Ans. Devdutt Pattanaik

Q.2. Name of the Asian Paints’ mascot designed by R.K.Lakshman?

Ans. Ghattu

Q.3. Full form of CEAT?

Ans. Cavi Elettrici e Affini Torino

Q.4. Who owns Wrogn?

Ans. Virat Kohli

Contributed by Bodhanapu Vishnu.

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Jalandhar – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Jalandhar – Regional Round Questions

RESULTS: 

  • WINNER :
  • GNDU Amritsar – Swar Grover and Siddharth Mahajan
  • RUNNER UP :
  • Lovely University – Deepak Goyal and Piyush Sahu

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. What-are-the-meanings-of-the-symbols-on-Indian-currency-notes,

currency

Ans. A special intaglio feature (raised  printing) has been introduced on the left of the watermark window, on  the obverse (front) on all banknotes except Rs.10/- banknote. This feature is in different shapes for various denominations (Rs.20-Vertical  Rectangle, Rs.50-Square, Rs.100-Triangle, Rs.500-Circle,  Rs.1000-Diamond) and helps the visually impaired to  identify the  denomination”

Q.2. Name of which company was inspired from Moby-Dick, or, The Whale, an 1851 novel by Herman Melville?

Ans. Starbucks                        

Q.3. The Hryvnia, sometimes Hryvnya, is the currency of which country?

Ans. Ukraine

Q.4. UN. appointed former mayor of New York  as his special envoy for cities and climate change, in a bid to build momentum ahead of a planned U.N. summit meeting in September. Name the person?

Ans. Michael Bloomberg

Q.5. Kevin Ashton supposedly coined the popular term  “X” while working for Procter & Gamble in 1999. He later co-founded the Auto-ID Center at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. What’s X?

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Ans. IOT- Internet of Things

Q.6. Question related to Lalbaugcha Raja,

 Q.7. Logo of which famous event held every year?

miss world

Ans. Miss World

Q.8. X is a term coined by His Majesty the Fourth King of Bhutan, Jigme Singye Wangchuck in the 1970s. The concept implies that sustainable development should take a holistic approach towards notions of progress and give equal importance to non-economic aspects of wellbeing. Bhutan measures prosperity by gauging its citizens’ happiness levels, not the GDP. What is X?

Ans. Gross National Happiness

Q.9. The word is possibly derived from Dongri, a dockside village near Mumbai.  The historical term for coarse thick twill-weave cotton cloth, often coloured blue. Cotton twill with indigo dyed warp thread. What?

Ans. Dungaree fabric  now more commonly referred to as denim

Q.10. Significance of this specially designed motor vehicles?

q.10.

Ans. The popemobile is a formal name for the specially designed motor vehicles used by the Catholic Pope during outdoor public appearances.

Q.11. He is often called as Father of Modern Computing. He worked for government and breaking the codes. Churchil said he shortened the war by two years. Famous for his imitation game differentiate between human and machine, who?

Ans. Alan Turing

Q.12. Titan company  is a joint venture between the Tata Group and  government  of which state?

Ans. Tamilnadu

Q.13. Corporate logo of USA designed by which  famous organization?

adbusters

Ans. Adbusters

Q.14. He is associated with asset management firm Rare Enterprises. Famous investor and business personality of India, who?

Ans. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala

Q.15. Connect.

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Ans. Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. Tarak Mehta serial is first brand ambessdor announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Q.16. He was pioneer in the Indian Olympic movement. As President of the Indian Olympic Association, he financed the Indian contingent to the Paris Olympics in 1924. Name the great personality?

Ans. Sir Dorabji Tata

Q.17. Connect

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Ans. Ratan Tata (Graduated from Harvard university, invested in Xiaomi, Snapdeal, Urban Ladder)

Questions contributed by Piyush Sahu