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Civil cec quiz final round

  1. 1. FINAL ROUND THREE CLUE TO EACH QUESTION IF U GUESS IN FIRST U GET 8POINTS SECOND CLUE 6 POINTS FINAL CLUE 5 POINTS
  2. 2. QUESTION1 HINT 1 •Thus city projects designed by architects such as Pierre Jeanneret, Matthew Nowicki, Le Corbusier and Albert Mayer.
  3. 3. HINT 2 •Thus city projects designed by architects such as Pierre Jeanneret, Matthew Nowicki, and Albert Mayer. • This city with the highest per capita income in the as in 2006-2007
  4. 4. HINT 3 •Thus city projects designed by architects such as Pierre Jeanneret, Matthew Nowicki, and Albert Mayer. • This city with the highest per capita income in the as in 2006-2007 •Name is derived from an ancient temple . •Name this city .
  5. 5. QUESTION 2 HINT 1 •The origins of this oraganisation lie in Mithapur, a remote town in Gujarat, where a TATA engineer, Darbari Seth, was concerned about the enormous quantities of energy his factory spent on desalination.
  6. 6. HINT 2 •The origins of this oraganisation lie in Mithapur, a remote town in Gujarat, where a TATA engineer, Darbari Seth, was concerned about the enormous quantities of energy his factory spent on desalination. • He proposed the idea of a research institute to tackle the depletion of natural resources and energy scarcity. J. R. D. Tata, liked the idea and accepted the proposal..and set up this institute.
  7. 7. HINT 3 •The origins of this oraganisation lie in Mithapur, a remote town in Gujarat, where a TATA engineer, Darbari Seth, was concerned about the enormous quantities of energy his factory spent on desalination. • He proposed the idea of a research institute to tackle the depletion of natural resources and energy scarcity. J. R. D. Tata, liked the idea and accepted the proposal..and set up this institute. •The institute Director is one of the Nobel Laureate of India.
  8. 8. QUESTION3 HINT 1 •This construction literally the 'instrument and formula‘.
  9. 9. HINT 2 •This construction literally the 'instrument and formula‘ • It consist of the Samrat Yantra, the Ram Yantra, the Jayaprakash, and the Mishra yantras as its four main parts
  10. 10. HINT 3 •This construction literally the 'instrument and formula‘ • It consist of the Samrat Yantra, the Ram Yantra, the Jayaprakash, and the Mishra yantras as its four main parts. •This structure is located in two capitals connected by NH-8.
  11. 11. QUESTION4 HINT 1 •company was founded in Mumbai in 1938 by two Danish engineers, Henning Holck-xxx and Søren Kristian yyyy,
  12. 12. HINT 2 •company was founded in Mumbai in 1938 by two Danish engineers, Henning Holck-xxxand Søren Kristian yyyy •Name of company is xxxyyy.
  13. 13. HINT 3 •company was founded in Mumbai in 1938 by two Danish engineers, Henning Holck-xxxand Søren Kristian yyyy •Name of company is xxxyyy. • It is India's largest engineering and construction company,with a dominant presence in India's infrastructure, power, hydrocarbon, machinery and railway related projects.
  14. 14. QUESTION5 HINT 1 •It is widely believed that He decided to build the hotel after he was refused entry to one of the city's grand hotels of the time, Watson's Hotel, as it was restricted to "whites only“.
  15. 15. HINT 2 •It is widely believed that He decided to build the hotel after he was refused entry to one of the city's grand hotels of the time, Watson's Hotel, as it was restricted to "whites only". • During World War I, the hotel was converted into a 600-bed hospital.
  16. 16. HINT 3 •It is widely believed that He decided to build the hotel after he was refused entry to one of the city's grand hotels of the time, Watson's Hotel, as it was restricted to "whites only". • During World War I, the hotel was converted into a 600-bed hospital. • The hotel was the first in India to install and operate a steam elevator. The hotel imported American fans, German elevators, Turkish baths and English butlers, for the first time in India
  17. 17. QUESTION6 HINT 1 1 Rudyard Kipling mentioned the bridge in City of Dreadful Night: "Why, this is London! This is the docks. This is Imperial. This is worth coming across India to see! 2. The bridge is spectacular in the sense that it doesn't have nuts and bolts. but formed by riveting the whole structure 3.On 14 June 1965 it was renamed Indian Nobel laureate.
  18. 18. HINT 2 1.Rudyard Kipling mentioned the bridge in City of Dreadful Night: "Why, this is London! This is the docks. This is Imperial. This is worth coming across India to see! 2. The bridge is spectacular in the sense that it doesn't have nuts and bolts. but formed by riveting the whole structure
  19. 19. HINT 3 1 Rudyard Kipling mentioned the bridge in City of Dreadful Night: "Why, this is London! This is the docks. This is Imperial. This is worth coming across India to see! 2. The bridge is spectacular in the sense that it doesn't have nuts and bolts. but formed by riveting the whole structure 3.On 14 June 1965 it was renamed Indian Nobel laureate.
  20. 20. QUESTION7 HINT 1 • He built this famous structure to commemorate the elimination of a plague epidemic from this city. .
  21. 21. HINT 2 •He built this famous structure to commemorate the elimination of a plague epidemic from this city. •On 17 September 1948, the Indian Army took control of this state through Operation Polo, where this structure is located
  22. 22. HINT 3 • He built this famous structure to commemorate the elimination of a plague epidemic from this city. •On 17 September 1948, the Indian Army took control of this state through Operation Polo, where this structure is located. • It is known by the sobriquet City of Pearls. •Identify the city and monument….

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