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  • 1. Quiznog quiz session 3.0 Business quiz -Vikas Prasad Hindi Chini buy buy -_-
  • 2. Keep calm and Old Monk
  • 3. Q1.Madhusudan D. Kambli started Kambli arts in 1920. Since 1934, Kambli arts is making something which we popularly know as X. Ratnakar Kambli, the present maker of X has patented its design. What is X?
  • 4. 3.Absolute forms of X  Scutage,  Danegeld,  Carucage,  X farming,  Socage,  Burgage,  Tithe
  • 5. 4.  “Storms in the sea wind” is a book about what?
  • 6. 5.  X was established in 1887 as a piano and reed organ manufacturer by Torakusu X as Nippon Gakki Company, Limited (literally Japan Musical Instrument Manufacturing Corporation) in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka prefecture and was incorporated on October 12, 1897.  X literally means mountain leaves  Give me X
  • 7. 6.Associate a brand with the picture (probably the easiest question here :P )
  • 8. 7.Simply give me the brand
  • 9. 8.  WEAF of New York is credited with X on August 28, 1922, for the Queensboro Corporation,X an apartment complex. However, it appears other radio stations may actually have sold advertising before WEAF. As early as May 1920, an amateur radio broadcaster leased out his "station" in exchange for $35 per week for twice-weekly broadcasts.  And, in Seattle, Washington, Remick's Music Store purchased a large ad in the local newspaper advertising radio station KFC, in exchange for sponsorship of a weekly program, in March 1928  Give me X
  • 10. 9.List of what  Coal India Limited [3]  Indian Oil Corporation [4]  NTPC Limited [5]  Steel Authority of India limited  Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited[6]  GAIL (India) Limited [6]  Oil and Natural Gas Corporation [7]
  • 11.  10. Simply expand WIPRO
  • 12. 11  X has been used as a drink for nearly all of its history. The earliest record of using X dates back before the Olmec. In November 2007, archaeologists reported finding evidence of the oldest known cultivation and use of Y at a site in Puerto Escondido, Honduras, dating from about 1100 to 1400 BC. The residues found and the kind of vessel they were found in indicate the initial use of Y was not simply as a beverage, but the white pulp around the Y was likely used as a source of fermentable sugars for an alcoholic drink. The Maya civilization grew Y in their backyards, and used the Y the trees produced to make a frothy, bitter drink. Documents in Maya hieroglyphs stated X was used for ceremonial purposes, in addition to everyday life.  The X residue found in an early ancient Maya pot in Río Azul, Guatemala, suggests the Maya were drinking X around 400 AD.  Earliest history of which product
  • 13. 12.  The name was devised by Mr. A.R.Reid , to whom it came 'out of the air ' when he was traveling one evening in 1929 on his usual train home from London to South end-on Sea . The name also is [or was] that of a brand of adhesive tape in Australia ,and a consequent embarrassment to at least one lady visitor to England who should have asked for Sello tape or Scotch tape .Identify the brand
  • 14. 13. An early but short-lived name for this product was ' Elite ' . It was first marketed in 1928 by the County Chemical Co., Birmingham. The company's then manager Mr . Wilfred Hill was responsible for this product to be manufactured . Name the product
  • 15. 14. In Gulliver's Travels,if dwarfs are Liliputs and Giants are Brobdingnagians,then what are the race of animal like humans called. Think tech
  • 16. 15.  Which bank, now headquartered in Calcutta, is the oldest joint stock bank in India? It was founded in 1865 by a group of Europeans in Uttar Pradesh.
  • 17. 16.Vital characteristics of what ?
  • 18. Researcher Eric Fischer recently mapped and analyzed millions of photos taken throughout the New York City, which were uploaded on flickr. He looked at their geo- tagged information & prepared a heat map. What turned out to be the most photographed tourist spot ?
  • 19. 18. Systematic (IUPAC) name of X N-(4-hydroxyphenyl)ethanamide N-(4- hydroxyphenyl)acetamide Trade names Tylenol (USA), Anacin Aspirin Free (USA), Apra (USA), Crocin (India), Feverall (USA), Genapap (USA), Panadol (UK), Panadol (Australia/New Zealand), Panodil (Denmark), Efferalgan (France), Doliprane (France) Dafalgan (France) Alvedon (Sweden) What is X
  • 20. 19. Connect  Rekha(1974)  Mahendra singh Dhoni( 2011)  Founder(s) R. S. Agarwal and R. S. Goenka  Headquarters Kolkata
  • 21. 20.  Which company derives its name from the name of this league which was an alliance of trading cities and their guilds that established and maintained a trade monopoly along the coast of Northern Europe, from the Baltic to the North Sea and inland, during the Late Middle Ages and early modern period (c.13th–17th centuries)
  • 22. 21. What was created by the y to commemorate this lady‟s wedding?  Lady is Duchess X Alexandrovna
  • 23. 22.  Fill in the blanks  Some of the considered names for this product/ brand were:  iCU Cyrix iAmFastest GenuIn5 SWIFFT RADAR1 Finally , the name …………… was adopted
  • 24. 23  Identify X, Y and Z  X is a confection which was first created by Rowntrees of York, England.It is now produced worldwide by Y, which acquired Rowntree in 1988,except in the United States where it is made under licence by Z Each bar consists of fingers composed of three layers of crème-filled wafer, covered in an outer layer of chocolate Launched in 1935, X was originally known asChocolate Crisp
  • 25. 24.  Where will you find this guy ?
  • 26. 25.  It started in 1862 when Facundo X and his brother José bought the Santiago de Cuba distillery and began to distill what would become the most popular commercial rum in the world. Using a method of charcoal filtering, and oak barrel aging along with a still of copper and cast iron, Facundo X (who was was prone to experimentation) created a smoother more refined version of the locally made rum. Over time, his smoother version of the spirit became first a local favourite, and over time, an international sensation.  In the early 1900′s the company opened new bottling plants in Barcelona and New York City. At this time, Cuba was popular with US tourists and opening these plants marked the beginning of X‟s international expansion. Capitalizing on the influx of US tourists in Cuba during Prohibition, it branded Cuba as the „home of rum‟, and X as the „king of rums.‟
  • 27. Now fun time.  Give the brand/company/xyz associated with the ad campaign
  • 28. 1.
  • 29. 2.
  • 30. 3.
  • 31. 4.
  • 32. 5.
  • 33. 6.
  • 34. 7.
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  • 36. 9.
  • 37. 10.
  • 38. Q1.Madhusudan D. Kambli started Kambli arts in 1920. Since 1934, Kambli arts is making something which we popularly know as X. Ratnakar Kambli, the present maker of X has patented its design. What is X?
  • 39.  Lal bagh badshah  Ganpati bappa Morya
  • 40.  Barter system
  • 41. 3.Absolute forms of X  Scutage,  Danegeld,  Carucage,  X farming,  Socage,  Burgage,  Tithe
  • 42.  Scutage, which is paid in lieu of military service; strictly speaking, it is a commutation of a non-tax obligation rather than a tax as such but functioning as a tax in practice.  Tallage, a tax on feudal dependents.  Tithe, a tax-like payment (one tenth of one's earnings or agricultural produce), paid to the Church (and thus too specific to be a tax in strict technical terms). This should not be confused with the modern practice of the same name which is normally voluntary.  (Feudal) aids, a type of tax or due that was paid by a vassal to his lord during feudal times.  Danegeld, a medieval land tax originally raised to pay off raiding Danes and later used to fund military expenditures.  Carucage, a tax which replaced the danegeld in England.  Tax farming, the principle of assigning the responsibility for tax revenue collection to private citizens or groups.  Socage, a feudal tax system based on land rent.  Burgage,
  • 43. 4.  “Storms in the sea wind” is a book about what?
  • 44.  Ambani brothers
  • 45. 5.  X was established in 1887 as a piano and reed organ manufacturer by Torakusu X as Nippon Gakki Company, Limited (literally Japan Musical Instrument Manufacturing Corporation) in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka prefecture and was incorporated on October 12, 1897.  X literally means mountain leaves  Give me X
  • 46.  Yamaha
  • 47. 6.Associate a brand with the picture (probably the easiest question here :P )
  • 48.  Wimpy of course
  • 49. 7.Simply give me the brand
  • 50.  eveready
  • 51. 8.  WEAF of New York is credited with X on August 28, 1922, for the Queensboro Corporation,X an apartment complex. However, it appears other radio stations may actually have sold advertising before WEAF. As early as May 1920, an amateur radio broadcaster leased out his "station" in exchange for $35 per week for twice-weekly broadcasts.  And, in Seattle, Washington, Remick's Music Store purchased a large ad in the local newspaper advertising radio station KFC, in exchange for sponsorship of a weekly program, in March 1928  Give me X
  • 52.  First radio commercial
  • 53. 9.List of what  Coal India Limited [3]  Indian Oil Corporation [4]  NTPC Limited [5]  Steel Authority of India limited  Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited[6]  GAIL (India) Limited [6]  Oil and Natural Gas Corporation [7]
  • 54.  Maharatna companies
  • 55.  10. Simply expand WIPRO
  • 56.  West Indian vegetable products ltd
  • 57. 11  X has been used as a drink for nearly all of its history. The earliest record of using X dates back before the Olmec. In November 2007, archaeologists reported finding evidence of the oldest known cultivation and use of Y at a site in Puerto Escondido, Honduras, dating from about 1100 to 1400 BC. The residues found and the kind of vessel they were found in indicate the initial use of Y was not simply as a beverage, but the white pulp around the Y was likely used as a source of fermentable sugars for an alcoholic drink. The Maya civilization grew Y in their backyards, and used the Y the trees produced to make a frothy, bitter drink. Documents in Maya hieroglyphs stated X was used for ceremonial purposes, in addition to everyday life.  The X residue found in an early ancient Maya pot in Río Azul, Guatemala, suggests the Maya were drinking X around 400 AD.  Earliest history of which product
  • 58.  Chocolate  cocoa
  • 59. 12.  The name was devised byMr. A.R.Reid , to whom it came 'outof the air ' when he was traveling one evening in 1929 on his usual train home from London to South end-on Sea . The name also is [or was] thatof a brand of adhesivetape in Australia ,and a consequent embarrassment to at leastone lady visitor to England who should have asked for Sellotape or Scotch tape .Identify the brand
  • 60.  Durex
  • 61. 13. An earlybutshort-lived name for this productwas ' Elite ' . It wasfirstmarketed in 1928 by the County Chemical Co., Birmingham. The company's then manager Mr . Wilfred Hill was responsible for this product to be manufactured . Name the product
  • 62.  Brylcreem - a combination of "brilliantine" and "cream"
  • 63. 14. In Gulliver's Travels,if dwarfs are Liliputsand Giants are Brobdingnagians,then what are the race of animal like humans called. Think tech
  • 64.  Yahoos
  • 65. 15.  Which bank, now headquartered in Calcutta, is the oldest joint stock bank in India? It was founded in 1865 by a group of Europeans in Uttar Pradesh.
  • 66.  Allahabad bank
  • 67. 16.Vital characteristics of what ?
  • 68.  Pillsbury chef
  • 69. Researcher Eric Fischer recently mapped and analyzed millions of photos taken throughout the New York City, which were uploaded on flickr. He looked at their geo- tagged information & prepared a heat map. What turned out to be the most photographed tourist spot ?
  • 70.  The apple store on the fifth avenue
  • 71. 18. Systematic (IUPAC) name of X N-(4-hydroxyphenyl)ethanamide N-(4- hydroxyphenyl)acetamide Trade names Tylenol (USA), Anacin Aspirin Free (USA), Apra (USA), Crocin (India), Feverall (USA), Genapap (USA), Panadol (UK), Panadol (Australia/New Zealand), Panodil (Denmark), Efferalgan (France), Doliprane (France) Dafalgan (France) Alvedon (Sweden) What is X
  • 72.  Aapka mera sabka paracetamol
  • 73. 19. Connect  Rekha(1974)  Mahendra singh Dhoni( 2011)  Founder(s) R. S. Agarwal and R. S. Goenka  Headquarters Kolkata
  • 74.  Emami  Unique feat of 50 brand ambassadors  Rekha was 1st and msd was 50th
  • 75. 20.  Which company derives its name from the name of this league which was an alliance of trading cities and their guilds that established and maintained a trade monopoly along the coast of Northern Europe, from the Baltic to the North Sea and inland, during the Late Middle Ages and early modern period (c.13th–17th centuries)
  • 76.  Lufthansa  Hansa league
  • 77. 21. What was created by the bakery to commemorate this lady‟s wedding?  Lady is Duchess X Alexandrovna
  • 78.  Marie Biscuits  Peek Frean & Co- the bakery, Duchess Maria Alexandrovna
  • 79. 22.  Fill in the blanks  Some of the considered names for this product/ brand were:iCUCyrixiAmFastest GenuIn5 SWIFFT RADAR1 Finally , the name …………… was adopted
  • 80.  Pentium 1
  • 81. 23  Identify X, Y and Z  X is a confection which was first created by Rowntrees of York, England.It is now produced worldwide by Y, which acquired Rowntree in 1988,except in the United States where it is made under licence by Z Each bar consists of fingers composed of three layers of crème-filled wafer, covered in an outer layer of chocolate Launched in 1935, X was originally known asChocolate Crisp
  • 82.  X- Kit Kat, Y- Nestle, Z- Hershey‟s
  • 83. 24.  Where will you find this guy ?
  • 84.  Old monk <3
  • 85. 25.  It started in 1862 when Facundo X and his brother José bought the Santiago de Cuba distillery and began to distill what would become the most popular commercial rum in the world. Using a method of charcoal filtering, and oak barrel aging along with a still of copper and cast iron, Facundo X (who was was prone to experimentation) created a smoother more refined version of the locally made rum. Over time, his smoother version of the spirit became first a local favourite, and over time, an international sensation.  In the early 1900′s the company opened new bottling plants in Barcelona and New York City. At this time, Cuba was popular with US tourists and opening these plants marked the beginning of X‟s international expansion. Capitalizing on the influx of US tourists in Cuba during Prohibition, it branded Cuba as the „home of rum‟, and X as the „king of rums.‟
  • 86.  Bacardi
  • 87. Now fun time.  Give the brand/company/xyz associated with the ad campaign
  • 88. 1.
  • 89. 2.
  • 90. 3.
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