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  • 1. Quizmaster: Saurabh Kumar Verma (a.k.a. God for the next 2 hours)
  • 2. • 1 – WRITE PEOPLE • 2 – LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE • 3 – HISTORY AND POLITICS • 4 – ENTERTAINMENT • 5 - INDIA AND WORLD • 6 – SPORTS • 7 – SCIENCE • 8 – SHORT VISUAL CONNECT • 9 – LONG VISUAL CONNECT ROUNDS
  • 3. • YEAR-PLACE(CITY/COUNTRY WILL DO) • +5 FOR EACH CORRECT • 2 MINUTES TIME Write places where olympics were held from 1980-2016
  • 4. • 1980 – MOSCOW(RUSSIA) • 1984-LOS ANGELES(USA) • 1988-SEOUL(SOUTH KOREA) • 1992-BARCELONA(SPAIN) • 1996-ATLANTA(USA) • 2000-SYDNEY(AUSTRALIA) • 2004-ATHENS(GREECE) • 2008-BEIJING(CHINA) • 2012-LONDON (ENGLAND) • 2016-RIO DE JANERIO (BRAZIL)
  • 5. • List THE Indian submissions for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film FROM • 2001-PRESENT +5 FOR EACH CORRECT (NOT TO BOTHER ABOUT YEAR) 2 MINUTES TIME
  • 6. • LAGAAN • DEVDAS • THE BREADTH (MARATHI) • RIDDLE • RANG DE BASANTI • EKLAVYA • TAARE ZAMEEN PAR • HARISHCHANDRA‟S FACTORY (MARATHI) • PEEPLI LIVE • ABU SON OF ADAM (MALAYALAM) • BARFI
  • 7. • DIRECT QUESTION +10 • POUNCING ALLOWED FOR FIRST 15 SECONDS • +10/-10 FOR POUNCING LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
  • 8. 1. Identify the map shown.
  • 9. Malgudi
  • 10. 2. The book is divided in 5 parts • Mitra-bheda • Mitra-labha or Mitra-samprapti • Kakolukiyam • Labdhapranasam • Apariksitakarakam Name of the book?
  • 11. Panchtantra
  • 12. Question 3 In 2006, X was named the richest fictional character by Forbes Magazine. But later X was dropped from the list because of angry letters from children claiming X was real. Identify X.
  • 13. Answer
  • 14. Q 4 Which Bengali fictional character lives at 23 Rajani Sen Road, Ballygunge, Kolkata, West Bengal, India ?
  • 15. Answer Feluda
  • 16. Question 5 Knowledge of Literature – nil. Knowledge of Philosophy – nil. Knowledge of Astronomy – nil. Knowledge of Politics – Feeble. Knowledge of Botany – Variable. Knowledge of Geology – Practical, but limited. Knowledge of Chemistry – Profound. Knowledge of Anatomy – Accurate, but unsystematic. Knowledge of Sensational Literature – Immense Plays the violin well. Is an expert singlestick player, boxer and swordsman. Has a good practical knowledge of British law.
  • 17. Answer Sherlock Holmes
  • 18. 6.) There is a well-known story about the origin of this word, which says that in 1791 a Dublin theater owner named James Daly made a bet that he could introduce a word into the language within twenty-four hours. He then went out and hired a group of street urchins to write this word, which was a nonsense word, on walls around the city of Dublin. Within a day, the word was common currency and had acquired a meaning (since no one knew what it meant, everyone thought it was some sort of test) and Daly had some extra cash in his pocket. Which word?
  • 19. QUIZ
  • 20. Question 7 Paraskavedekatriaphobia is the fear of ?
  • 21. Answer
  • 22. 8 • Dasher • Dancer • Prancer • Vixen • Comet • Cupid • Donder • Blizten • Rudolph An Exhaustive List of what?
  • 23. Reindeers of Santa
  • 24. • DIRECT QUESTION +10 • POUNCING ALLOWED FOR FIRST 15 SECONDS • +10/-10 FOR POUNCING HISTORY AND POLITICS
  • 25. Question 1 Private Henry Tandey, a British soldier reportedly encountered a wounded German soldier and declined to shoot him, sparing the life of 29-year-old Lance Corporal X during World War 1. Identify X
  • 26. Answer
  • 27. 2. Gauhar Ara Begum was born on 17 June, 1631 and died in 1706, at a reasonably old age of 75. We may not find her death interesting, but why would her birth be significant?
  • 28. Her mother Mumtaz Mahal died in childbirth while delivering here. Her father Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal in Mumtaz’s memory. Answer
  • 29. 3 What happened for the first time in independent India in the little region of Chini in Himachal Pradesh on 25 October 1951? It happened this early as a precaution against possible snow later in the winter.
  • 30. The first votes cast in India’s first general elections. Answer
  • 31. 4 If you took this test, apart from academic subjects, you may have had to demonstrate the ability to jump a 5-barred gate on horseback with arms folded and stirrups crossed. Romesh Chandra Dutt, Behari Lal Gupta, Surendranath Banerjee & S.B.Thakur were the next to achieve it in 1869. Who was the first (in 1868) ?
  • 32. The first Indian Civil Services entrant, Satyendranath Bose Answer
  • 33. 5. connect
  • 34. • GMC Balyogi • Madhavrao Scindia • OP Jindal • Andhra Pradesh cm Y S Rajasekhara Reddy Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Dorjee Khandu • All politicians who died in a plane crash
  • 35. * In 1941, Subhash Chandra Bose set up the Free India Centre in Germany. Following its formation, the FIC adopted four key resolutions: 1. Jai Hind would be the official salutation; 2. Jana Gana Mana would be national anthem; 3. Hindustani would be the national language. * What was the fourth?
  • 36. Subhash Bose will be called Netaji
  • 37. www.marchahead.co.i 7. X, a young graduate from IIT Kharagpur, was studying for his doctorate at the Columbia University, New York, when he chanced to attend a Dhrupad concert by Ustad Nasir Aminuddin Dagar and Ustad Zia Fariddudin Dagar at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York. On his return to India in 1976, he started teaching and doing research work at IIT Delhi, where he got together with students and started this non-profit organisation, Y. Identify X & Y?
  • 38. www.marchahead.co.i X-Dr.Kiran Seth Y-SPIC MACAY(Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music And Culture Amongst Youth)
  • 39. • . X was born in 1950 in Sargodha to a conservative Pakistani Punjabi family. His family lost 36 of its members when migrating from Shimla to Lahore during the Partition of India. General Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq appointed him to the Council on Islamic Ideology, and he later served as an Islamic Studies teacher at the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore. One of his famous quotes is "There cannot be any peace while India remains intact. Cut them, cut them so much that they kneel before you and ask for mercy." 8.
  • 40. Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, the founder of the Laskhar-e-Taiba.
  • 41. • DIRECT QUESTION +10 • POUNCING ALLOWED FOR FIRST 15 SECONDS • +10/-10 FOR POUNCING ENTERTAINMENT
  • 42. 1. • Time Warner gets paid a fee every time a certain item gets sold. They must have a made plenty in 2011 due the item‟s popularity in a major events which took place in the year. The item was first created in a comic-book series in the „80s (also a 2006 movie) • Identify the series and the item.
  • 43. Guy Fawkes Mask, from V for Vendetta
  • 44. 2. • PETA India crowned two winners for the title of „hottest vegetarian‟. The female winner was Mallika Sherawat. Which recent sensation was voted the male winner?
  • 45. 19 •Dhanush
  • 46. 3. • Neha Kapur, Miss India 2006. • Her husband is a London-born actor. • Name him/the character he is best known for.
  • 47. 25 • Kunal Nayyar who plays Raj Koothrappali on „The Big Bang Theory‟
  • 48. 4. Connect these lovely ladies.
  • 49. Nirma Washing Powder
  • 50. 5. • On June 3rd2009, she was „killed‟ and this led to protests and pleas to bring her back • Dear X supporters. It is with a heavy heart that I have to announce that I will be shutting down the Save X campaign and everything associated with it," PuneetAgarwal, who earlier went by the pseudonym 'Deshmukh', said in a statement released on the Save X site. • Hint ( Wouldn‟t have put it in the quiz if there girls in the group too) . 
  • 51. • Savita bhabhi
  • 52. 6 • Vaibhav Bedi,26,sought 26,000 euros from Hindustan Unilever Limited in November 2009,citing “Depression and psychological damage” caused due to one of their products. What was this product and how did it lead to the person‟s “Depression and psychological damage” ?
  • 53. A6 • AXE • According to him THE AXE EFFECT was a false. No girl was attracted to him for all the seven years of AXE-use leading him to “Depression and psychological damage”!!!:D
  • 54. 7 X is possibly the only film on which both Morgan Freeman and Amitabh Bachchan have worked. X received an academy award in 2005. It took one year for the two isolated cinematographers Laurent Chalet and Jérôme Maison to shoot the film, which was shot around the French scientific base of Dumont d'Urville in Adélie Land. In spite of being an exceptional film, X has attracted some controversy amongst social/ political commentators on monogamy and between atheists and proponents of Intelligent design. Identify X.
  • 55. Answer • March of the Penguins
  • 56. 8. an Indian filmmaker and screenwriter. He is best known for writing and directing Rang De Basanti(2006), for which he won Best Director awards at the 2006 Filmfare Awards and National Film Awards and received a BAFTA Award nomination forBest Foreign Language Film.He is an almuni of SRCC College. He represented India as a swimmer in the 1982 Asian Games held at NewDelhi .
  • 57. Rakyesh omprakash mehra, director of bhaag milka bhaag
  • 58. • DIRECT QUESTION +10 • POUNCING ALLOWED FOR FIRST 15 SECONDS • +10/-10 FOR POUNCING INDIA AND WORLD
  • 59. Question 1 Founder of ?
  • 60. Answer
  • 61. Q2 • X was firstly started in 1666 in Germany. In India, X was formed in 1948 . A committee headed by Pandit H.N Kunzru recommended it‟s establishment at a national level . . Following the 1962 Sino-Indian War, to meet the requirement of the Nation , it was made compulsory in 1963. In 1968, it was again made voluntary.
  • 62. A2 • NCC(National Cadet Corps)
  • 63. 3 • Rathi vinay jha,an I.A.S officer of 1967 batch began her career serving at various positions in the government of tamil nadu .In 1987, . she undertook her first assignment with the Union government with the ministry of agriculture followed by ministry of commerce . she played a key role in setting up an institute which was First of its kind in India. she also became the first lady director general of a council related to the institute .Identify the institute.
  • 64. National institute of fashion technology
  • 65. 4. Identify X and Give Funda •Bartholomew •James •Andrew •Y •Peter •John •X •Thomas •James the Greater •Philip •Matthew •Jude •Simon
  • 66. X:Jesus Y: Judas, Order of sitting in „The Last Supper‟
  • 67. Who are the sisters of The Bretton Woods ? 5.
  • 68. IMF & The World Bank ANSWER
  • 69. * Which country’s flag contains flags of six other countries? 6.
  • 70. Norway
  • 71. * Residents of this region normally drive on the left side of the road. However, in 1982, for 2 months, they drove on the right side. * Why? (Bigger vis –next slide)
  • 72. FALKLAND ISLAND WAR BETWEEN ENGLAND AND ARGENTINA
  • 73. 8. Whose gravestone ?
  • 74. Answer
  • 75. SPORTS • DIRECT QUESTION +10 • POUNCING ALLOWED FOR FIRST 15 SECONDS • +10/-10 FOR POUNCING
  • 76. • This is a photo of basketball legend Jerry West. Why is this particular photo significant? 1.
  • 77. • The NBA logo
  • 78. 2.
  • 79. Buddh International Circuit
  • 80. 3. Identify this rising Indian sports star
  • 81. Deepika Pallikal, Squash
  • 82. 4. PERFECT HATTRICK IS VERY RARE IN CASE OF WORLD FOOTBALL ? What is it?
  • 83. Perfect Hattrick -- scoring goals using both the feet and head.
  • 84. X, a former West Indian cricketer made his debut against India and played county cricket for Somerset and Glamorgan. He has been voted as one of the cricketers of the 20th Century by Wisden. Y is a famous Indian television and film actress who has acted in movies like Utsav and Khalnayak and television serials Bharat Ek Khoj and Jassi Jaisi koi Nahin. X had a brief relationship with Y with whom he has a daughter. Identify X and Y. 5
  • 85. Viv Richards / Neena Gupta
  • 86. • Y is the unemployed son of a farmer. Y is a darling of the TV cameras. X's office told the BBC that they had no comment to make on his "charity" work to sponsor Y. • "I cycle to most cities to watch the event. I stay with friends or with the local painter." , Y says. Y says he even managed to get visas which enabled him to cycle across the border to Pakistan and Bangladesh. “ • In the Pakistani visa form, there were three options - by air, train and by bus. I was planning to cycle, so I wrote bicycle on the form separately. I got the visa," he says. On reaching the border he was stopped by Indian guards. "But after hours of questioning, I was allowed to proceed by bike." • In Pakistan, he stayed with Z, his Pakistani Counterpart. • X, Y and Z. [ for Z, real name or nickname will do ] 6.
  • 87. • X- Sachin Tendulkar • Y – Sudhir Kumar Gautham Z – Abdul Jalil (Chacha Cricket)
  • 88. 7) Where in the world will you see the following verse? “ When Ivo goes back with the urn, the urn; Studds, Steel, Read and Tylecote return, return; The welkin will ring loud, The great crowd will feel proud, Seeing Barlow and Bates with the urn, the urn; And the rest coming home with the urn.”
  • 89. The Ashes Urn
  • 90. 8. What does this graph depict? (Hint: Look closely)
  • 91. Career AVERAGE Graph of Don Bradman
  • 92. • SCIENCE • DIRECT QUESTION +10 • POUNCING ALLOWED FOR FIRST 15 SECONDS • +10/-10 FOR POUNCING ROUND 8
  • 93. • 1. The X Prizes are awarded annually by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) for notable and outstanding research, applied or fundamental, in Biological, Chemical, Earth, Atmosphere, Ocean and Planetary, Engineering, Mathematical, Medical and Physical Sciences. The purpose of the prize is to recognize outstanding work in science and technology. The award is named after the founder Director of the Council of Scientific & Industrial Research. X?
  • 94. Sir Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar
  • 95. • 2. The word in Homeric Greek means "pure, fresh air" or "clear sky", imagined in Greek mythology to be the pure essence where the gods lived and which they breathed, analogous to the air breathed by mortals. It corresponds to the concept of Akasha in Hindu philosophy and is linked to Brihaspati (or the planet Jupiter) and the center direction of the compass. This word and the concept it stood for was very influential in the Greek (and hence the whole) scientific world. What word?
  • 96. ether
  • 97. 3. Funda.
  • 98. 4. Gaspar Schott sketch of Otto von Guericke‟s experiment. Id experiment.
  • 99. Magdeburg Hemispheres Experiment
  • 100. 5. After whom is the phenomenon named? / Id the phenomenon.
  • 101. Zeeman Effect, after Pieter Zeeman
  • 102. 6. Id person and phenomenon.
  • 103. Heike Kammerlingh Onnes • The graph describes the phenomenon of superconductivity.
  • 104. 7.FILL THE BLANKED WORD
  • 105. CARNOT
  • 106. Decades before India embarked on its quest for superpower status, the tiny princely state of Travancore had aimed it high in 1937 when it made a bid to enlist whom as vice-chancellor of its fledgling university for a monthly pay of Rs 6,000? 8.
  • 107. Short Visual Connect - +25 / -15
  • 108. Short Visual Connect - +20 / -10
  • 109. Short Visual Connect - +10 / 0
  • 110. Short Visual Connect • Pepsi's Change the Game ad, feature these as examples. • Billy Bowden - Tedi Ungli - Ghee • Harbhajan Singh - Metal Horn m/ . Doosra • Kevin Pieterson – Watermelon. Palti Hit. • Shakib Al Hasan - Hopscotch. This ad was only aired in Bangaldesh. • 2nd image – Pallu shot, Dilshan • 3rd image – Dhoni ad with the wheel/helicopter
  • 111. . Round 9: LVC • 11 questions, all connected by a common theme • Teams can go for the connect at any stage • Points are awarded as mentioned on each slide.
  • 112. +40,-30 This man was a tribal leader and a folk hero, was behind the Millenarian movement that rose in the tribal belt of modern day Bihar and Jharkhand during the British Raj, in the late 19th century making him an important figure in the history of the Indian independence movement.
  • 113. +35,-20 After India's Independence, this man worked closely with Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel to secure the sovereignty of Assam against China on the one hand and East Pakistan on the other. He also helped to organize the rehabilitation of millions of Hindu refugees who had fled East Pakistan due to widespread violence and intimidation in the aftermath of Partition. Received Bharat Ratna in 1999.
  • 114. +30,-20 Indira GandhiMorarji Desai________Indira Gandhi
  • 115. +25,-15
  • 116. +20,-15 A legal luminary, he has also authored the book- “Problem of the Rupee” while studying at LSE.
  • 117. +20,-10 Sarvodaya movement
  • 118. +15,-10 The man responsible for integration of princely states to India. Popularly known as Iron Man Of India.
  • 119. +10,-10
  • 120. +10,-5
  • 121. +10,0 Sriperumbudur is an industrial town in Kanchipuram district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is located in proximity to Chennai. It is famous for being the birth place of Sri Ramanuja, one of the most prominent Hindu Vaishnava saints and also as the death place of a renowned Indian.
  • 122. +5,0 Shakti Sthal
  • 123. Answer Indian Airports Birsa Munda Ranchi Gopinath Bordoloi Guwahati Chaudhary Charan Singh Lucknow Veer Savarkar Port Blair BR Ambedkar Nagpur Jaiprakash Narayan Patna Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Ahmedabad Shivaji Mumbai SC Bose Kolkata Rajiv Gandhi Hyderabad Indira Gandhi New Delhi