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CUQA_Freshers' finals 2013
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  • 1. CUQA Fresher’s Quiz – Finals
  • 2. Rounds 1) i-see 2) Clockwise 3) SVC 4) Anti-clockwise 5) LVC
  • 3. 1) Funda
  • 4. 2) Identify the Movie
  • 5. 3) Whose life is portrayed here ?
  • 6. 4) Identify the Movie
  • 7. 5) Which Prestigious award ?
  • 8. 6) Name the two gentlemen.
  • 9. Answers
  • 10. 1) Funda
  • 11. Alex Ferguson’s Last Gum
  • 12. 2) Identify the Movie
  • 13. 3) Whose life is portrayed here ?
  • 14. 4) Identify the Movie
  • 15. Mujhse Friendship Karogi
  • 16. 5) Which Prestigious award ?
  • 17. Ignoble Award
  • 18. 6) Name the two gentlemen.
  • 19. Md. Ali and Md. Rafi
  • 20. Clockwise • +10 on direct • Pounce available +15/-15 • Complete answer required for Pounces • Infinite Bounce
  • 21. 1)• R.K.Narayan’s works has been known for his precision to details , but there has been one Geographical mismatch in most of his works. The lead roles in his works spends their time around X. Its even said that Mahatma Gandhi used to deliver speeches near X. Its significance is of prime importance in Indian mythology , as it appears to be the place for Lord Ram’s birth. • And only such geographical miracle beneath the earth . • Identify X. 1)
  • 22. River Sarayu
  • 23. 2) Steven Spielberg was offered the chance to direct this film, but the producers balked at the salary he asked for. They decided to wait until they saw how "this fish movie" (Jaws) that he had just completed did at the box office. The movie was a huge success, and Spielberg went on to other projects. Which movie did he miss out on ?
  • 24. Superman
  • 25. 3) • X is a catchphrase that originally appeared on a World War II-era British public safety poster which is probably why you see a crown at the top. It was intended to be used to strengthen morale in the event of a large-scale attack or occupation, which many considered inevitable at the time. In 2000, Stuart Manley and his wife Mary found the poster folded at the bottom of a box of old books they purchased at an auction for their Alnwick, England bookshop, Barter Books. From then on it went on to become the hit that it is today. X?
  • 26. 4)Identify X X is an international protest movement against social and economic inequality, its primary goal being to have vertical hierarchical and more flatly distributed resources The first such protest was at New York’s Zuccotti Park. Today its been going on in over 95 cities across 82 countries, over 600 communities and 6 Continents .
  • 27. Cream - Protests in 1–4 cities Orange - Protests in 5–9 cities Maroon - Protests in 10 or more cities
  • 28. Occupy Movements
  • 29. • Identify this BAFTA award winning British-Swiss stop- motion television series, Originally created by Otmar Gutmann. The series was produced by The Trickfilmstudio for Swiss television, and centers on a family living at the South Pole. The main character is the family's son and title character. • Carlo Bonomi, who created all the sound effects for the series. Earned standing applause from people of multitude cultural and linguistic background. • This series was aired on Doordarshan in the late 1980s and early 1990s. 5)
  • 30. Identify this New South Wales Cricketer nicknamed Sarfraz , for his similarities of bowling style to Sarfraz Nawaz. Surprisingly His father is from Madras, and mother from Kolar Gold Fields, Karnataka. , made his debut in 2005 against World XI . He emerged as the highest wicket taker in 2006 ashes surpassing McGrath and Warne. Identify. 6)
  • 31. Stuart Clark
  • 32. Identify this yester year’s city in the Koderma District of Jharkhand, India. It is situated in the Damodar Valley. Prosperous businessmen built huge mansions in in this region. Till late 1960s, Mercedes and Porsche cars, and thoroughbreds fr om Arabia used to be common there. The city once boasted of most number of phone connections and phone calls made in India. X became famous in India in 1957 owing to its connection with Vividh Bharati, The largest number of requests for film songs addressed to the channel came from X. Many listeners of Vividh Bharti used to doubt the existence of such a city. 7)
  • 33. Jhumri Telaiya
  • 34. 8) An ad by ANAR foundation. Why was it a worldwide phenomena ?
  • 35. • "Sometimes child abuse is visible only to the child suffering it.“ • "If someone's hurting you, phone us and we'll help you".
  • 36. SVCs • Each set has 4/5 pics • Connect all these pics to one theme • 3 such sets • Teams can make multiple attempts • Points specified with each clue • Negative points at play
  • 37. Set 1
  • 38. +25/-20
  • 39. 2)+20/-15
  • 40. +15/-10
  • 41. +10/-5
  • 42. +5/-0
  • 43. Answer • They are the CEOs/Founders who have made a comeback to their companies. • Howard Shultz – Starbucks • Alan G Lafley- Procter and Gamble • Michael Dell – Dell • Steve Jobs – Apple • Narayan Murthy - Infosys
  • 44. Set 2
  • 45. +20/-15
  • 46. +15/-10
  • 47. +10/-5
  • 48. +5/0
  • 49. Answer
  • 50. Versions of Angry Birds
  • 51. Set 3
  • 52. +20/-15
  • 53. +15/-10
  • 54. +10/-5
  • 55. +5/0
  • 56. Radio Channels • Rainbow • City • Radio One • Fever • Indigo • Big FM • Red FM • Vividh Bharati
  • 57. Anti - Clockwise • +10 on direct • Pounce available +15/-15 • Complete answer required for Pounces • Infinite Bounce
  • 58. • Annual world championships for this event were first held in 1996 as part of the Oulu Music Video Festival in Oulu, Finland. Participants from all over the world competed in skills of playing X. The judging panel included Finnish Music Legend Juha Torvinen, and prizes included a custom made 'Flying Finn' and VOX BM Special amplifier donated by Queen guitarist Brian May. The ideology behind the event was that "wars would end and all the bad things would go away if everyone just played X." 9) 1)
  • 59. Air Guitar Championship
  • 60. 2) Why was this British Humorist and poet in news recently?
  • 61. Wimbeldon Poet
  • 62. 3) Why such extensive make-over ?
  • 63. For the biopic on Mary Kom
  • 64. 4) This is the famous Eric hollies stand at Edgbaston, England. What prestigious record does he hold in the world of cricket ?
  • 65. Eric Hollies got Bradman out for a duck in his last innings
  • 66. 5) • Darbar Ritual is the name given to the bi-annual exercise, which was started during Dogra rule in 1872 by Maharaja Ranbir Singh. • It continues to be debatable one as economic and political commentators dub it as ‘burden on state’s exchequer’. While some believe that trend was unavoidable, others believe that this practice has been one of the reasons that made state’s exchequer to grapple with resources. • How do we better know this ritual ?
  • 67. Shifting State’s offices from summer capital, Srinagar and rest six months in its winter capital, Jammu
  • 68. 6) • Till now Natwar Singh has been the only minister to hold this portfolio during late 2005. Which portfolio?
  • 69. No portfolio held
  • 70. 7) • X is a Universal Morse Code Signal, mainly used at the time of distress. This distress signal was first adopted by the German government in radio regulations effective April 1, 1905, and became the worldwide standard. It was also used in 1912, when RMS Titanic was about to sink. • X has numerous mnemonics, but it does not actually stand for anything and is not an abbreviation, acronym or initialism. X is still recognized as a visual distress signal. • Identify X
  • 71. 8) Why is this medical case historical?
  • 72. Ann Hodges – only meteor casualty reported in the world
  • 73. LVCs
  • 74. 1) +50/-45
  • 75. 2) +45/-40
  • 76. 3) +40/-35
  • 77. 4) +35/-30
  • 78. 5) +30/-25
  • 79. 6) +25/-20
  • 80. 7) +20/-15
  • 81. 8) +15/-10
  • 82. 9) +10/-5
  • 83. 10) +5/0
  • 84. Answer : AXE Fragrances 1) Dimension 2) Blast 3) Recovery 4) Score 5) Appollo 6) Click 7) Googly 8) Denim 9) Anti- Hangover 10)Shock

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