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  1. 1. SJCE General Quiz Chandrashekar K A April 29, 2012Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  2. 2. Prelims Rules Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  3. 3. 1) Identify Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
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  5. 5. 2) Connect Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
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  7. 7. 3) Give me X and Y There are 3 types of Oxo cube: Light brown for Chicken stock Dark brown is for beef stock , and the X is for Y -Tommy Docherty (former Man U coach (1972-77) Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  8. 8. There are 3 types of Oxo cube: Light brown for Chicken stock darkbrown is for beef stock , and the light blue is for laughing stock Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  9. 9. 4) Give me X A X is a deep, broad ditch, either dry or filled with water, that surrounds a castle, other building or town, historically to provide it with a preliminary line of defence. In some places X evolved into more extensive water defences, including natural or artificial lakes, dams and sluices. In later periods the X or water defences may be largely ornamental. Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  10. 10. X - Moat Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  11. 11. 5) Connect Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
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  13. 13. 6) Identify this famous Doctor ! Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  14. 14. Lawrence Einhorn Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  15. 15. 7) Put Funda 1 Cherry 100 2 Strawberry 300 3 Peach 500 4 Apple 700 5 Grapes 1000 6 Galaxian Boss 2000 7 Bell 3000 8 Key 5000 Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  16. 16. Pacman Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  17. 17. 8) Identify the Movie “I find you very attractive. Your assertiveness tells me that you feel the same way about me. But ritual remains that we must do a series of platonic actions before we can have intercourse. But all I really want to do is have sex with you as soon as possible.” Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
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  19. 19. 9) Give me X , Y , Z 1 Yuvraj Singh - Stuart Broad 2 Herschelle Gibbs - X 3 Ravi Shastri - Y 4 Gary Sobers - Z Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  20. 20. 1 Yuvraj Singh - Stuart Broad2 Herschelle Gibbs - Dan Van Bunge3 Ravi Shastri - Tilak Raj4 Gary Sobers - Malcolm Nash Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  21. 21. 10) Give me X X(Sildenafil citrate) Cialis Levitra Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  22. 22. Viagra Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  23. 23. 11) Id the famous artist Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
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  25. 25. 12) Identify the Movie Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
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  27. 27. 13) In which tv channel is the following show broadcasted ? Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
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  29. 29. 14) Ad for ??? Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
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  31. 31. 15) What does this map represent ? Dark Pink : Still exists Light Pink : Once existed Gray : Never Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
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  33. 33. 16) Identify the author of this Pulitzer prize winning book . Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
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  35. 35. 17) Put Funda Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  36. 36. Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  37. 37. 18) Identify this Rodent ! Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  38. 38. Capybara Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  39. 39. 19) 100th Anniversary Commemorative Stamp ! Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
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  41. 41. 20) Give me X The X is a cocktail made with gin and vermouth, and garnished with an olive or a lemon twist. H. L. Mencken called the X ”the only American invention as perfect as the sonnet” Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  42. 42. X = Martini Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  43. 43. 21) Quote English footballing legend Gary Linekar played for MCC against Germany at Lords in 1992 scoring just only one run , which eventually led him make one of most iconic statements in the history of sports . Quote him ! Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  44. 44. Answer “I always score one against Germany ” Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  45. 45. 22) Give me X and Y The following is an excerpt from The Sunday Times ‘‘At the launching of the new magazine IT the other night a pop group called the X played throbbing music while a series of bizarre coloured shapes flashed on a huge screen behind them .Someone had made a mountain of jelly which people ate at midnight and another person had parked his motorbike in the middle of the room.All apparently very Y.’’ Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  46. 46. Answer X - Pink Floyd & Y - Psychedelic Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  47. 47. 23) Give me X X ( Latin: “may you have the body”) is a writ, or legal action, through which a prisoner can be released from unlawful detention, that is, detention lacking sufficient cause or evidence. The remedy can be sought by the prisoner or by another person coming to their aid. X originated in the English legal system to assist wealthy landowners, but it is now available in many nations. It has historically been an important legal instrument safeguarding individual freedom of certain individuals against arbitrary state action. It is a writ requiring a person to be brought before a judge. Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  48. 48. Answer X - Habeas corpus Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  49. 49. 24) Give me X Borat: He is my neighbor, Nushuktan Tulyiagby, he is pain in my a**holes. I get a window from a glass, he must get a window from a glass. I get a step, he must get a step. I get a X, he cannot afford. Great success! Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  50. 50. Answer Clock-Radio Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  51. 51. 25)Give me X X, is a novel by the French writer and nobleman Donatien Alphonse Franois, Marquis de Sade, written in 1785. It tells the story of four wealthy male libertines who resolve to experience the ultimate sexual gratification in orgies. To do this, they seal themselves away for four months in an inaccessible castle in Saint-Martin-de-Belleville, France, with a harem of 46 victims, mostly young male and female teenagers, and engage four female brothel keepers to tell the stories of their lives and adventures. The women’s narratives form an inspiration for the sexual abuse and torture of the victims, which gradually mounts in intensity and ends in their slaughter. The work remained unpublished until the twentieth century. In recent times it has been translated into many languages, including English, Japanese and German. Due to its themes of sexual violence and extreme cruelty, it has frequently been banned. Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  52. 52. Answer Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  53. 53. 26) Give me the name of the painting The well-known surrealist piece introduced the image of the soft melting pocket watch. It epitomizes X’s theory of ”softness” and ”hardness”, which was central to his thinking at the time. As Dawn Ades wrote, ”The soft watches are an unconscious symbol of the relativity of space and time, a Surrealist meditation on the collapse of our notions of a fixed cosmic order”.This interpretation suggests that X was incorporating an understanding of the world introduced by Albert Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity. Asked by Ilya Prigogine whether this was in fact the case, X replied that the soft watches were not inspired by the theory of relativity, but by the surrealist perception of a Camembert cheese melting in the sun. Although fundamentally part of X’s Freudian phase, the imagery precedes his transition to his scientific phase by fourteen years, which occurred after the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  54. 54. 26) Give me the name of the painting (continued...) It is possible to recognize a human figure in the middle of the composition, in the strange ”monster” that X used in several period pieces to represent himself the abstract form becoming something of a self-portrait, reappearing frequently in his work. The orange clock at the bottom left of the painting is covered in ants. X often used ants in his paintings as a symbol for death, as well as a symbol of female genitalia. The figure in the middle of the picture can be read as a ”fading” creature, one that often appears in dreams where the dreamer cannot pinpoint the creature’s exact form and composition. One can observe that the creature has one closed eye with several eyelashes, suggesting that the creature is also in a dream state. Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  55. 55. Answer The Persistence of Memory Chandrashekar K A SJCE General Quiz
  56. 56. Dry RoundApril 29, 2012 Dry Round
  57. 57. Rules Dry Round
  58. 58. 1 While returning from a funeral eight days before his 57th birthday, X pulled into a rest stop on Interstate 95 to take a nap. Daniel Green and Larry Martin Demery spotted the car, a silver Lexus SC400 coupe that Y had recently purchased for him, and shot X to death while he slept in his car and proceeded to steal the vehicle. His body was found on August 3 in a swamp in Bennettsville, South Carolina, and was not positively identified until August 13. Green and Demery made several calls from X cell phone and as a result were immediately captured. They had taken other items from the car including two championship rings given to X, Sr. by his son. Demery was wearing a Y T-shirt at the time of his arrest. Demery claims that they had planned only to tie up their victim and that Green pulled the trigger for no reason. Both were convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment for this and other violent crimes. What did the above event eventually led to in the history of Sports ? Dry Round
  59. 59. Dry Round
  60. 60. Answer Michael Jordan’s first retirement ! Dry Round
  61. 61. 2 In which city do you find these stars ? Dry Round
  62. 62. Dry Round
  63. 63. Answer Birmingham Walk of Stars Dry Round
  64. 64. 3 Identify this Camera shot , popularized by Tarantino . Give me the exact name Dry Round
  65. 65. Dry Round
  66. 66. Answer Trunk Shot Dry Round
  67. 67. 4 X is a protein produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum and is the most powerful neurotoxin yet discovered.X can cause botulism, a serious and life-threatening illness in humans and animals.Popularly known by one of its trade names, Y, it is used for various cosmetic and medical procedures. Give me Y . Dry Round
  68. 68. Dry Round
  69. 69. Answer Botox Dry Round
  70. 70. 5 Identify the “real thing” or Put Funda :-p Dry Round
  71. 71. Dry Round
  72. 72. Answer The Bridge On The River Kwai Dry Round
  73. 73. 6 When the movie X was being adapted from the book, DePodesta did not approve of the way that his character was being portrayed. The role was previously going to be given DePodesta’s name and to be played by Demetri Martin, but DePodesta did not want his name or likeness to be used in the movie; instead the character of Y was created as a composite of Beane’s deputies in Z, as the character is not an accurate representation of any specific real-life person. Give me X and Y. Dry Round
  74. 74. Dry Round
  75. 75. Answer X - Moneyball , Y - Peter Brand Dry Round
  76. 76. 7 In 1949, a young entrepreneur opened a small toy balloon manufacturing unit in a shed at Tiruvottiyur, Madras . Although the factory was just a small shed without any machines, a variety of products, ranging from balloons and squeaking toys to industrial gloves and contraceptives, were produced. Which multi- billion dollar company had such a humble beginning? Dry Round
  77. 77. Dry Round
  78. 78. MRF/Madras Rubber Factory Dry Round
  79. 79. 8 Identify the below person and which famous book did he write ? Dry Round
  80. 80. Dry Round
  81. 81. Answer Brigadier John Parashuram Dalvi & Himalayan Blunder Dry Round
  82. 82. 9 Identify the animal from it’s skeleton shown below . (Clue: Bali Tiger) Dry Round
  83. 83. Dry Round
  84. 84. Answer Dwarf Elephant Dry Round
  85. 85. 10 In which famous ancient kannada literary work do we find the below stanza Dry Round
  86. 86. Dry Round
  87. 87. Answer Kavirajamarga by Amogavarsha I , ’Nripatunga’ Dry Round
  88. 88. 11 State Stigler’s law of eponymy ! Examples :Arabic numerals, Gaussian distribution, Halley’s comet , Matthew effect, Snell’s law ,Wheatstone bridge. Dry Round
  89. 89. Dry Round
  90. 90. Answer “No scientific discovery is named after its original discoverer.” Dry Round
  91. 91. 12 How are these below pictures related to the field of Music ? Dry Round
  92. 92. Dry Round
  93. 93. Answer We all came out to Montreux On the Lake Geneva shoreline To make records with a mobile We didn’t have much time Frank Zappa and the Mothers Were at the best place around But some stupid with a flare gun Burned the place to the ground Smoke on the water, fire in the sky Dry Round
  94. 94. 13 Identify the guy on the left in the below pic from the popular 1980 satirical comedy movie Airplane. Dry Round
  95. 95. Dry Round
  96. 96. Answer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Dry Round
  97. 97. 14 The below shown senator Lamar S. Smith is a very unpopular man throughout the world . What is his “rise to fame” ? Dry Round
  98. 98. Dry Round
  99. 99. Answer Dry Round
  100. 100. 15 The below shown Stone/Rock enjoys celebrity status in Karnataka ! Tell me why ? Dry Round
  101. 101. Dry Round
  102. 102. Answer Halmidi Inscription ,the oldest known Kannada language inscription in Kannada script. Dry Round
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  114. 114. Please exchange yoursheets.
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  125. 125. Rules 3 sets of 2 pictures. 1st set : +50/-25 2nd set : +30/-15 3rd set : +10/-0 No bargain allowed over the issue of points!
  126. 126. Set 1
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  129. 129. Set 2
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  132. 132. Set 3
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  135. 135. Come on , you havenothing to loose!
  136. 136. 1 Olympic Stadium2 “Theatre of Dreams”3 Hydepark4 Lord’s Cricket Ground5 Basketball Arena6 Wimbeldon
  137. 137. 2012 Summer Olympics Venues
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  148. 148. Please exchange yoursheets.
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  159. 159. Rules 5 sets of 2 pictures. 1st set : +70/-35 2nd set : +55/-20 3rd set : +40/-15 4th set : +30/-10 5th set : +10/-0 No bargain allowed over the issue of points!
  160. 160. Set 1
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  163. 163. Set 2
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  175. 175. Come on , you havenothing to loose!
  176. 176. 1 Tim Berners-Lee2 Amar G.Bose3 William Redington Hewlett4 Artificial Intelligence Lab5 Ray Tomlinson6 MIT Media Lab7 Open Courseware8 GNU Project , Richard Stallman9 Pranav Mistry10 Robert Noyce
  177. 177. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  178. 178. Udupa’s Round aka List it April 29, 2012 Udupa’s Round aka List it
  179. 179. Men’s decathlon consists of 10 track and field events held ina particular order over the course of two days. List all theevents ,5 points for each correct event and a bonus of 20 ifyou get the order of events right!! Udupa’s Round aka List it
  180. 180. Please exchange yoursheets Udupa’s Round aka List it
  181. 181. Udupa’s Round aka List it
  182. 182. Udupa’s Round aka List it
  183. 183. Ingredients 1 100 metres 2 Long jump 3 Shot put 4 High jump 5 400 metres 6 110 metres hurdles 7 Discus throw 8 Pole vault 9 Javelin throw 10 1500 metres Udupa’s Round aka List it
  184. 184. Udupa’s Round aka List it
  185. 185. Udupa’s Round aka List it
  186. 186. SVC!April 29, 2012 SVC!
  187. 187. Rules 5 Short Visual Connects. Written Round. +20 points for each correct answer. SVC!
  188. 188. 1) Connect SVC!
  189. 189. 2) Connect SVC!
  190. 190. 3) Connect SVC!
  191. 191. 4) Connect SVC!
  192. 192. 5) Connect SVC!
  193. 193. Please exchange yoursheets SVC!
  194. 194. SVC!
  195. 195. SVC!
  196. 196. Answers 1 Comic Awards! 2 Black Mamba 3 Kumaon 4 Sheldon Cooper !! 5 Drop-in Cricket Pitches SVC!
  197. 197. SVC!
  198. 198. Rules 5 sets of 2 pictures. 1st set : +70/-35 2nd set : +55/-20 3rd set : +40/-15 4th set : +30/-10 5th set : +10/-0 No bargain allowed over the issue of points!
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  214. 214. Come on , you havenothing to loose!
  215. 215. Fatwas (lmao)
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