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Econorm 2008 Inquizition Prelims at DPSRKP

Econorm 2008

Inquizition Prelims – Business/Economics Quiz

Held at DPS, RK Puram

Date: 10 November 2008

By Econox Club

Multiple-Choice Questions

Q1. The first school of economics in the modern world was led by Francois Quesnay, the writer of La Tableau Economique. How was this group of economists better known?
(a) The Laissez-Faire School (c) The French School
(b) The Physiocrats (d) The French Liberals

Q2. Ragnar Frisch was the first winner of the Nobel Prize for Economics. For his study in which field did he win the Nobel Prize?
(a) Microeconomic Models (c) Welfare Economics
(b) Global Currency (d) International Trade

Q3. The UBS is a financial institution belonging to which country?
(a) Sweden (c) Singapore
(b) Switzerland (d) Thailand (Siam)

Q4. India’s nuclear tests in the 1970s led to the formation of the Nuclear Suppliers’ Group. Which organization was formed due to the oil crisis of the 1970s?
(a) G8/G7 (c) WTO
(b) IMF (d) OPEC

Q5. Which car company manufactured the ‘Beetle’, the Peoples’ car, on orders by Adolf Hitler?
(a) Audi (c) Daimler (of Daimler-Chrysler)
(b) BMW (d) Volkswagen

Q6. The Titanic was the largest ship of its time. Which is currently the largest commercial passenger ship in the world?
(a) Queen Elizabeth (c) Queen Mary
(b) King James (d) King George

Q7. Which building houses the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE)?
(a) Firoze Jeejabhoy Towers (c) Naoroji House
(b) Mahindra House (d) J.D. Dalal Complex

Q8. WIPRO, one of India’s largest IT companies is also an FMCG player. With what business did WIPRO begin?
(a) Soaps and detergents (c) Vegetable Oils
(b) Fruit Juices (d) Hotels and Restaurants

Q9. The winner of the 2008 Nobel Prize for Economics teaches at which famous university?
(a) Harvard University (c)London School of Economics
(b) Columbia University (d) University of Pennsylvania

Q10. Karl Marx was expelled from Germany for his communist viewpoint. In which country did Karl Marx find shelter and write his Das Capital?
(a) United States of America (c) France
(b) Sweden (d) England

Q11. The rupee is the currency of India and Pakistan among several other South Asian countries. Of which country is the Rupiah the currency?
(a) Maldives (c) Indonesia
(b) Malaysia (d) East Timor

Q12. The world’s largest company, Exxon-Mobil was formed by the merger of Exxon Corp. and Mobil Corp., both petrochem majors. Their common ancestor, The Standard Oil Company, was owned by the richest man of all times. Identify him.
(a) John D Rockfeller (c) William Douglas
(b) William Disraeli (d) John Stuart Mill

Q13. Who was the person with highest visibility, in terms of minutes, in television advertisements, as confirmed by a recent report?
(a) Shah Rukh Khan (c) Amitabh Bachhan
(b) Kareena Kapoor (d) Saif Ali Khan

Q14. With regard to Hollywood, which is the highest grossing film of all times (adjusted for inflation)?
(a) Gone with the Wind (c) Jurassic Park I
(b) The Godfather I (d) Ben Hur

Q15. With regard to which car did Henry Ford say “People can buy any colour as they wish to, as long as it is black” ?
(a) Ford Mustang Mach III (c) Ford Ikon
(b) Ford Indigo (d) Ford Model – T

Q16. Which of the following was not a part of the four pillars of Wall Street?
(a) Lehmann Brothers (c) Bank of America
(b) Morgan Stanley (d) Merrill Lynch

Q17. The first stocks in the world were issued for which company?
(a) The British East India Co. (c) The Dutch East India Co.
(b) The French East India Co. (d) The Portuguese East India Co.

Q18. Which is the only car to have briefly replaced a Maruti Suzuki car as the largest selling car in India ever since the Maruti 800 was introduced?
(a) Hyundai Santro (c) Tata Indica
(b) Daewoo Matiz (d) Chevrolet Spark

Q19. Who presented the first Budget of Independent India?
(a) Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru (c) Morarji Desai
(b) Shanmughan Chetty (d) Sardar Vallabhai Patel

Q20. To overcome the Great Depression, Franklin Delano Roosevelt introduced which policy?
(a) Fair Deal (c) New Deal
(b) Best Deal (d) Money Deal

Q21. In 1988, Ajjay B. joined his family business, the Amritsar Transport Corporation. Alongside ATC, his family ran another business, which was doing abysmally. Ajjay’s father gave him Rs.40 lakhs to turnaround the business, which he managed to do in two year’s time. To expand his business, he formed a JV with an Australian company. What was the name of the JV (give the full name)?

Q22. What connects the following CEOs – Time Taft of Pizza Inn, Eric Schmidt of Google and Steve Jobs of Apple?

Q23. An Indian product, whose, SI prefix meaning 109, a term coined by physist Richard Feynman. Name it.

Q24. Name of which business legend name means, “prosperous rice field” in the local language?

Q25. Who is the world’s first Chief Happiness Officer?

Q26. Ashok Todi, father-in-law of the hapless Rizwanur Rehman, owns this brand worth Rs.200 crore. Interestingly, Bengalis had voluntarily chosen to shun the product after Rizwanur’s death. Name the brand.

Q27. Which country’s central bank has misspelt the word “bank” on its new notes as “bankh”?

Q28. Who said this – “the five most dangerous words in business may be – everyone else is doing it”?

Q29. By what name is “Jerry’s Guide to the World Wide Web” now know?

Q30. X ($ infinite, 1600 plus yrs), Richie Rich ( $ 24.7 billion 12 yrs), Oliver Warbucks (10 billion, 57 yrs), Scrooge McDuck ($ 8.2 billion, 67 yrs), Thurston Howell III (8 billion, 45 yrs) are the five richest fictional characters of all time. Identify X.

Q31. Who is the lady who left her property of 5000 crore to her C.A?

Q32. There are many companies which love to hate Microsoft. The principal enemies of Microsoft are commonly referred to as NOISE (netscape, oracle, IBM, Sun Microsystems and E). What does E stand for?

Q33. What is the name of Walt Disney’s first animation film for the Indian market?

Q34. Name the first Indian woman to graduate from Harvard and the company headed by her.

Q35. What does “R” in Maruti Suzuki’s small car Wagon R stand for?

Q36. Which industrial house has pledged to maintain the Taj Mahal?

Q37. Who is the lifelong chairman of the institute on rural management, Anand?

Q38. Which famous economist who has produced pioneering studies on gender inequality, has always taken care to write “her” rather than “him” while referring to an abstract person?

Q39. Which was the first Indian company to ring the NASDAQ opening bell from India by a remote control?

Q40. What do you mean by ‘banglored’?

Answers:

Ans1. (b) The Physiocrats
Ans2. (a) Microeconomic Models
Ans3. (b) Switzerland
Ans4. (a) G8
Ans5. (d) Volkswagen
Ans6. (c) Queen Mary
Ans7. (a) Firoze Jeejabhoy Towers
Ans8. (c) Vegetable Oils
Ans9. (b) Columbia University
Ans10. (d) England
Ans11. (c) Indonesia
Ans12. (a) John D Rockfeller
Ans13. (d) Saif Ali Khan
Ans14. (a) Gone With the Wind
Ans15. (d) Ford Model – T
Ans16. (c) Bank of America
Ans17. (c) The Dutch East India Co.
Ans18. (a) Hyundai Santro
Ans19. (b) Shanmughan Chetty
Ans20. (c) New DealAns21. Priya Village Roadshow (PVR)
Ans22. Annual salaries of $1
Ans23. Nano
Ans24. Akio Morita
Ans25. Ronald McDonald
Ans26. Lux Cozi
Ans27. Kazakhastan
Ans28. Warren Buffet
Ans29. Yahoo
Ans30. Santa Claus
Ans31. Priyamvada Birla
Ans32. Everyone Else
Ans33. Roadside Romeo
Ans34. Naina Lal Kidwai of HSBC
Ans35. Recreation
Ans36. The Tatas
Ans37. Verghese Kurein
Ans38. Amartya Sen
Ans39. Infosys
Ans40. When a person loses his job when his job is outsourced

Scores of Top 6 teams – Only the top 4 Qualified!

19 – New Era Public School, Mayapuri
18 – DPS, Vasant Kunj
17 – St. Columba’s School
10.5 – DPS, NOIDA
10.5 – DPS, R K Puram
10 – Modern School, Barakhamba Road

This was the Business/Economics Quiz held at DPS, RK Puram – We won this Quiz, and performed really well, topping both the prelims and finals. This was a great quiz, really lived up to my expectations – There are not many Biz Quizzes in school fests, but this one was organised really well. You can read more abt Econorm 2008 here (By Subhashish Bhadra, the quizmaster) Kudos to the Econox Club for this one! Would definitely come back next year and I hope schools organise more such quizzes and events.

Signing off,

Prateek

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DPS MUN 2008

DPSMUN  is an annual Model United Nations (MUN) conference organised by DPS RK Puram alongwith Global Classrooms. 2008 was the 5th edition of DPSMUN. You can read more about MUN here. This year it was held on 22-24 November at the India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road. So we got the invitation around July and then the Social Sciences HOD started selection for the team. She got in some interested students and gave them topics to prepare on. We kept delaying things, and finally the selection was done around September. So this event is basically a MUN conference (To know, what exactly is an MUN, head here). I had heard a lot about this but was not sure whether our school would be participating in it – I was also quite ignorant of this event till Class X, but finally my Political Science teacher told me all about this (Our school had gone for this some years back). I was slightly apprehensive at first about going, because this event needs a lot of hard work, research and good communication, speechmaking, writing and PR skills. But then I finally decided to go for it. We have to fill in choices as to which country we want (to represent), we filled the form for 2 countries but finally got only one (that too, not the one which we had asked for). We got the West African Country of Senegal. This had 4 delegates (General Assembly I, General Assembly (Plenary), Human Rights Council and Committee for Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice. In all, there were 10 committees. Each committee is allotted 2 topics, on which they have to discuss, debate, and then finally pass resolutions. I took General Assembly I, whose topics were Multinational Terrorist Groups and Conflict Diamonds. (See the committees and agendas here). We prepared really hard, did loads of internet research. Senegal, in the heart of Western Africa, is in the zone which is most affected by the problem of Conflict Diamonds. I had no idea (because of no past experience) that in a large committee like General Assembly, only 1 topic would be discussed and thus prepared both extensively (Later, only Multinational Terrorist Groups was discussed, after a vote was held as to which topic should be set on agenda first). You have to master the rules, make position papers, prepare speeches, read up extensively and a big fat Country Profile also has to be submitted. There are voting procedures, moderated and unmoderated caucuses. We stayed back after school, met on Sundays and finally D-Day came on 22nd. We left at around 9-30 AM but the final committee sessions started only around 3 PM. The Inauguration Ceremony was presided over by Dr APJ Abdul Kalam. He gave a really great speech (which you can read here). The Stein Auditorium was jam-packed and everybody was looking for good seats. After that, there was lunch, which was good. Then the committee sessions started, and there was a roll call, followed by a motion for setting the agenda for the day and then finally the speaker’s list was opened. Day 1 ended at around 5 PM. Day 2, the sessions started at around 8-30 AM and went on till around 4-30 PM. It did get a bit boring in between, but there was a crisis situation which was introduced in between, on which we had to give solutions and then pass a resolution. My committee was all about International Security and Disarmament issues, so we got a topic related to that. Day 3 – everyone was in a mood to enjoy and have fun. Then there was the closing ceremony and the Prize Distribution. All in all, it was a good experience, but it could have been conducted in a better manner (especially my committee, which had 134 delegates – the largest of them all). Though we did not win anything (we did not expect to!), it was a good to have participated. I can go on and on about this, but I will leave it here – I dont feel like writing anymore abt this, becoz its really boring!

Here are some photos:

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Thats me – In the Grounds at India Habitat Centre

the-delegation

The Delegation of Senegal (I clicked this pic  so I am not there)

commitee-board

General Assembly I (Board outside the Room)

my-placard

Senegal Placard on my seat

country-profile-cover-page

Thats the Cover Page of our Country Profile

Signing off,

Prateek

Techeez Quiz Prelims at JKPS

Techeez Quiz Prelims

Venue: Jaspal Kaur Public School

By Manmeet Singh and Pulkit Arora

Date: 5 November 2008

1.    Name the major company that rejected a takeover bid by Microsoft recently.
Ans: Yahoo

2.    Name the latest two graphic cards launched by NVIDIA.
Ans: GTX 260 and GTX 280

3.    (*)The Intel India team in Bangalore recently designed a 6 core processor to be used in servers. What was this processor named?
Ans: Dunnington

4.    Which operating system is the successor to Windows Vista, to be launched in 2009?
Ans: Windows 7

5.    What resolution is referred to as “Full HD”?
Ans: 1920×1080

6.    (*)HP is the owner of which Gaming PC manufacturer?
Ans: Voodoo

7.    World’s most photorealistic game.
(Hint: This game is so heavy on resources, it makes computers CRY)
Ans: Crysis

8.    Which company uses the tagline “Yours is here”?
Ans: Dell

9.    (*)What is the codename of Windows Mobile 7?
Ans: Photon

10.    All present graphic cards use which port on the motherboard?
(Hint – Successor to AGP)
Ans: PCI Express

11.    Which free internet radio service is promoted by Winamp?
Ans: Shoutcast

12.    Which program is called the “Poor Man’s Photoshop”?
Ans: GIMP

13.    MASTER of COOLING?
(Hint – Think Cabinets!)
Ans: Coolermaster

14.    Our friend Doug showed off his invention in 1968, in the Joint Computer Conference in San Francisco. It’s a pivotal part of computers these days. Name the invention.
Ans: Computer Mouse

15.    Who’s called “Father of Visual Basic”?
Ans: Alan Cooper

16.    Who created JavaScript?
Ans: Brendan Eich

17.    Write Full forms of:

  • RIM – Research In Motion
  • ARPANET – Advanced Research Projects Agency Network
  • NASSCOM – National Association of Software and Services Companies
  • CAPTCHA – Completely Automated Public Turing Test to Tell Computers and Humans Apart
  • PERL – Practical Extraction and Report Language

18.    How many Gigabytes are there in a Terabyte?
Ans: 1000

19.    Sun Microsystems and Intel have their headquarters at a common location. Name this place.
Ans: Santa Clara

20.    Name the CEOs of the following companies:

  • Facebook – Mark Zuckerberg
  • Oracle – Larry Ellison
  • Apple – Steve Jobs
  • Intel – Paul S Otellini

21.    What is one unit of mouse movement called?
(Hint: A unit of mouse movement is 1/200th of an inch.)
Ans: Mickey

22.    (*)Which is the successor to the current Leopard version of Mac OSX?
Ans: Snow Leopard

23.    Name a desi internet search engine.
Ans: Guruji.com

24.    Identify this logo.

Logo

Ans: Java

25.    Name the thinnest notebook in the world.
Ans: MacBook Air

Thanks to Pulkit for this paper. It was an easy prelims set, mostly on basic current affairs stuff. We qualified for the finals and came 2nd.

Cheers

Prateek

Dynamix 2008 Quiz and Crossword

Dynamix 2008 held at Ramjas, RK Puram, about which I had written earlier also, was the first tech symposium of the year for me and the both the events here for which I went (Quiz and Crossword) were sadly, rigged 😦

We did managed to get a 3rd position in the Crossword, but it was a really bad experience…

Here are the downloads (Quiz was totally copied from Past Exun archives) for Dynamix 2008 – With Solutions.

Dynamix 2008 Quiz Prelims

Dynamix 2008 Crossword

Do try out the crossword clues – because it had some weird god clues 😉

The finals of the Quiz were really bad and I just hope next year this fest is better!

Code Wars 2008 DPSVK Tech Quiz Prelims

Code Wars 2008 Quiz Prelims – Held at DPS Vasant Kunj

Tech Quiz

By Ankur Banerjee

Date: 21 November 2008

1. * Decrypt this: “Bpqa qa vwb epib gwc bpqvs qb qa”

Ans: “This is not what you think it is”. The encryption system used here is ROT-8, not ROT-13.

2. What is the NASDAQ stock ticker symbol for Sun Microsystems?

Ans: JAVA

3. Of which US-based media organization is Microsoft the part owner of?

Ans: MSNBC

4. Who is the creator of eBay?

Ans: Pierre Omidayar

5. * One of the many nicknames that this person has is ‘Monkey Boy’. Who
is he / she?

Ans: Steve Ballmer

6. Digit magazine is owned by which company?

Ans: Nine Dot Nine Mediaworx

7. Connect: Dodgeball, Urchin, Jaiku, GrandCentral

Ans: All of these companies were acquired by Google. (Urchin was renamed as Google Analytics)

8. Name the web-based content management system software that is used
to run Wikipedia and many other similar wikis.

Ans: MediaWiki

9. For which operating system was Microsoft Office first released?

Ans: Mac OS

10. * Which company makes the processor for the Apple iPhone?

Ans: Samsung

11. * What is the name of Microsoft’s diagram and flowcharting software?

Ans: Visio

12. Name the GUI used on the OLPC XO laptop.

Ans: Sugar

13. Jelsoft Enterprises makes a product which is highly popular with web
developers. What is that product?

Ans: vBulletin (forum software)

14. * What was Yahoo! Widgets earlier known as?

Ans: Konfabulator

15. Glutamate Grape, Sugar-Free Radical, Beta Carroty, and Sero-Tonic
Water are different varieties of what?

Ans: Google Gulp flavors

16. Identify the person.

 

sa

 

Ans: Sakina Arsiwala, International Manager of YouTube

17. Name Mozilla Labs’ new instant messaging project.

Ans: Snowl

18. What do you get when you multiply six by nine?

Ans: 42 (Forty-Two)

The sad part was we missed qualifying for the finals of this Quiz because we did not write 42 as the answer to the 18th question 😦 and then lost out to DPS Dwarka in the tie-breaker. Also made another big blunder, wrote Mac OS X instead of Mac OS for the 9th question and paid a heavy price. But Ankur did a great job for the finals (which was real tough!) and I enjoyed the quiz as audience.

Signing off,

Prateek

Warp 2008 – DPS MR Tech Quiz Prelims

Warp 2008 Quiz Prelims – Held at DPS Mathura Road

Tech Quiz – The Next Question

By Karmanya Aggarwal

Date: 19 November 2008

1. While Napster hurt  the sales of many artists the most notable ones to raise their hands and call for mommy being Dr Dre and Metallica, it actually helped the sales of one band, when an album released by the band reached Napster 3 months before its official release and received over millions of downloads. In the October of 2000, the album in question captured the numero uno spot in the Billboard 200 sales chart in its debut-week. Name the band and the album.

Ans: Band – Radiohead, Album – Kid A

2. Sees the sun going down,
And the eyes in his head,
See the world spinning round
Those three lines are part of the chorus of a song that reverberates through musical and technological history. Name the song or its relevance or its artist.

Ans: Fool On the Hill, by The Beatles – It was the first song to be played as a digital audio file

3. This audio codec can be referred to as MPEG-4 Part 3 It is the standard audio format for the Sony Playstation 3 and is supported by Sony’s Playstation Portable and the Wii. It can support over 48 channels and is one of Apple’s Favorites. Name the codec.

Ans: AAC

4.  Google Doodles, created by Dennis Hwang (Google’s International Webmaster) are some of the most famous graphics in the computer industry. What does this one signify?

Doodle

Ans: Invention of the first laser

5. On the 25th of September of this particular year, Apple Inc. released its OS X v10.1 (Puma). This was followed by the release of the iPod on the 23rd of October of the same year and Microsoft released its (then) latest Operating System 2 days later. Which year am I talking about?

Ans: 2001

6.  Identify.

Identify

Ans: The Konami Code

7. This one time patent attorney experimented with photoconductivity and while doing so, created a machine that revolutionized documents and printing. The first product of this machine was the words “10-22-38 Astoria”. Name the inventor.

Ans: Chester Carlson

8. Who Created-
1.    A-O – Grace Hopper
2.    B – Ken Thompson
3.    Colossus – Tommy Flowers, Allen Coombes
4.    Electric Pencil – Michael Shrayer
5.    GNOME – Miguel Icaza, Federico Menca
6.    Sketchpad – Ivan Sutherland
7.    SpaceWar! – Martin Graetz, Steven Russell
8.    The Audion – Lee De Forest
9.    The Optical Mouse – Steve Kirsh, Richard Lyon
10.    UNIMATE – George Devol

9. Ramanathan V. Guha is an Indian Computer Scientist. An IIT-Madras Graduate, he currently works for Google. In 1995, Guha at Apple Computers, helped create the Meta Content Framework. Later in 1999, he created the first version of something that today, is of immense importance to bloggers and blog readers everywhere. What did he create?

Ans: RSS

10. What does it mean to give a computer “The Finger”?

Ans: The Finger is actually a UNIX utility that returns a users real name, the user name, IP etc.

11. Who Was Shakey? (Be Specific)

Ans: First Robot to use Artificial Intelligence (AI)

12. In December 1982 John Warnock and Charles Geschke founded a company. In 2007 the company ranked as the 9th largest software company in the world and the 31st best company to work for in the US. This company has revolutionized the field of Graphics. Name the Company

Ans: Adobe

13. In the foundation series by Isaac Askimov, Hari Seldon was a genius. What field did he virtually create?

Ans: Psychohistory

14. Everyone knows of the Apple Advertisement in 1984 that announced the Macintosh to the world. The commercial, directed by Ridley Scott and written by Steve Hayden and Lee Clow, alluded to a novel “Nineteen Eighty-Four” which described a dystopian future ruled by a television Big Brother. Who Wrote Nineteen Eighty-Four?

Ans: George Orwell

15. What is WINE?

Ans: Stands for Wine is not an emulator, basically it emulates Windows on Linux systems to run Windows apps.

16. This mythical Greek God, called Vulcan by the Romans, was personified by his anvil and tongs. Rumored to have created “Automatons” that resembled Modern Day Robots.
Who am I referring to?

Ans: Hephaestus

17. Hoarders may get piles of money,
That is true, hackers, that is true.
But they cannot help their neighbors;
That’s not good, hackers, that’s not good.
Recognize these lines?

Ans: The Free Software Song, By Richard Stallman

18. What are the memoirs of Lou Gerstner called?

Ans: Who said Elephants Can’t Dance?

19. Tag That Line-

  • Stronger Than Dirt – Ajax
  • We’re Moving Beyond Documents – Xerox
  • From Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia – Wikipedia
  • Solutions for a small Planet – IBM
  • Search, Ads & Apps – Google

20. Who is Commander Taco?

Ans: Rob Malda, The Founder of Slashdot

21. Who is the current CEO of Intel?

Ans: Paul S Otellini

22. Entrepreneur Sabeer Bhatia co-founded Hotmail. He also founded a not so popular domain. What domain am I talking about?

Ans: Arzoo.com

23. The DivX codec is very well known in the P2P world today. DivX however also refers to Digital Video Express. This was created partly by Circuit city and an entertainment law firm to create an alternative to video rental in the United States. Name the firm.

Ans: Ziffren, Brittenham, Branca and Fischer

24. Who said “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic” ?

Ans: Arthur C Clarke

25. What does United Linux refer to?

Ans: It was a Consortium of Linux vendors, most prominent of its  members being SUSE. You can read more here

26. Who coined the term “Cyberspace”?

Ans: William Gibson

27. What is “Strange Brew”?

Ans: It was the First Java Virus

28. What does Minix or Freeix refer to?

Ans: MINIX is a Unix-like computer operating system based on a microkernel architecture. Andrew S. Tanenbaum wrote the operating system to be used for educational purposes; MINIX also inspired the creation of the Linux kernel. Its name derives from the words minimal and Unix.

29. Why was Moore Noyce Electronics changed to Intel?

Ans: Because it sounded like “more noise”

30. _____, We Cann, He Cann, She Cann, They Cann
Simply fill in the blanks.

Ans: ICANN

Some really interesting questions in this one, It also had questions from the world of music and literature, covered tech companies, taglines, and CEOs also. A very well-made paper. Thanks are due to Karmanya for sending in this one. The finals of this Quiz were very bad, and really disastrous, according to me, but we still managed to finish 3rd somehow. If there are any discrepancies/errors in the questions or answers, do point out as comments or write in to me.

Signing off,

Prateek

Inter-School General Quiz – 16th January Details

This post is about a General Quiz being organised by Cradle Sports on 16th January, 2009.

About Cradle Sports: Please read here

Cradle Sports and Quizzing :

  1. Creators of the IMS QUOTIENT ( IQ) – India’s biggest Inter  College Quiz
  2. Redefined the MOD QUIZ in 1990.
  3. Instrumental in redefining the way Corporate Quizzes happen in Mumbai

This organization is a DDCA backed Sports Management and has a philosophy of promoting Sports Literacy.

Title Sponsors for the Event : Academy of Animation and Gaming

Support Sponsor : IMS

Event Details

Date : 16.1.2009

Nature of the Quiz : General

Format : The first phase shall be a written elimination round. The Top 12 or 16 teams shall qualify for the Semi Finals followed by the Finals.

The Semis and Finals will have a special round dedicated to cartoons, animation and gaming.

Team Size :  Maximum of 4 members per team – (A team can also sit as a single member entity)

Number of teams: Unlimited Teams Per School Allowed

Venue : A School Auditorium in South/Central Delhi (Would be posted here  by 5th January 2009)

Time: 8:30 AM Onwards

Total Prize Money : Rs 20000/-

For more info, please contact – Mr. Arindam Bhattacharya at 9312600283 or Mr. Anirudh Sharma at 9999772096.

If you have any further queries, about the details, please feel free to contact me.

This Quiz would be followed by an OPEN Quiz, the details of which I would be posting soon.

So hope to see you at the Quiz!

Regards

Prateek