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MEGA-WHATS 2011

MEGA-WHATS 2011

The third edition of Mega-Whats, KQA’s National Open Quizzing Championship will be held on December 11, 2011.

The quiz will be held across thirteen cities simultaneously. Apart from Bangalore, we have confirmations from Chennai, Guwahati, Goa, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Coimbatore, Mumbai, Mysore, New Delhi, Pune, Thrissur, and Thiruvananthapuram.

Venues in each city are listed here: http://kqaquizzes.org/2011/11/29/mega-whats-2011-venues/

UPDATE: Online registrations are now closed. You can register on-the-spot at the venue.

View the list of registered teams.

The details:

Date: Sunday, 11 December 2011

General quiz, open to all.

Teams of FOUR members (or less).

Prior registration is essential.

To register, please use the form on this page.

Please provide the names of the four people who comprise your team; also indicate whether you are taking part in the school, college or open categories

Registrations will close on Tuesday 6th December 2011. City co-ordinators will allow entries after the cut-off date at their discretion.

Please note that the quizzing community in your city may charge an entry fee to meet venue and equipment hire expenses.

The school category is open only to teams comprising students from Std. VIII-X

School teams ( Std. VIII-X) are allowed free entry. A school may field ONE team.

Please report by 1430hrs at the venue in your city. Since we need to ensure a coordinated start nationwide, the quiz will start at 1500hrs sharp. The doors will be closed five minutes before we begin.

Contesting teams will answer in writing a quiz of six sections and about sixty questions, inclusive of audios, videos and visuals.

Answers and scores will be announced immediately after the event–prizes will be given out for Best School Team, Best College Team, and Best Open Team.

The prizes aren’t small–they are insignificant.

We will rank the top 100 teams across the country–this list will go up by the 25th of December.

The rankings will be announced after adjudication. The decision of the quiz-masters will be final and binding on all participants.

The city-winners will face off in June 2012 as part of the KQA 29th Anniversary.

For more details, please call Arul Mani at 097312-14519.

Texas Instruments Science & Technology Quiz 2011 | Quiz Review

Texas Instruments Science & Technology Quiz 2011 | Quiz Review

 

Bangalore. 5th December, 2011.

Nalanda Talent School, Kolkata, represented by VSP Abhishek and R Sri Krishna, emerged as national winners of the Texas Instruments Science & Technology Quiz 2011 held in Bangalore on Sunday. The team overcame stiff competition from finalists from Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi, and Bangalore. The trophy was presented by Biswadip (Bobby) Mitra, president & managing director, Texas Instruments (TI) India.

Sri Sankara Senior Sec School, Adayar, Chennai, and Sri Vidya Mandir High School, finished second and third respectively in the national finals. The event drew an enthusiastic response from school students from Bangalore who thronged the venue and passionately cheered the winners and the finalists. Members of the team that won the national finals were awarded attractive iPADs while their school was awarded a trophy.

Sri Vidya Mandir High School, National Public School, Indiranagar and Poornaprajna High School, Sadashivanagar, won the regional rounds for Bangalore. The Texas Instruments Science & Technology Quiz has provided a platform for bright, young students of Class 8, 9 and 10 to test their skills of inquiry and scientific thinking. “The talent displayed by students in five cities was amazing. These are the innovators of the future. The quiz has been successful in inculcating a scientific spirit among high school students in the country,” said Mitra.

Source: DNA.

Other quiz reviews at Nuclear Energy Quiz @ SIMT | Quiz Review and TIME Aqua Regia | Chennai Review.

Prerana ’09

Event: Prerana Business Quiz

Host: NITIE, Mumbai

Quizmaster: Radhakrishnan Srinivasan

Quiz Research: QuizMonks

Date: 7th Nov 2009

Venue: NITIE Lawns,Mumbai

More details: http://www.prerana.nitie.net/

Prerana '09

Event: Prerana Business Quiz

Host: NITIE, Mumbai

Quizmaster: Radhakrishnan Srinivasan

Quiz Research: QuizMonks

Date: 7th Nov 2009

Venue: NITIE Lawns,Mumbai

More details: http://www.prerana.nitie.net/

Pragyaan @ Avenues 2009

Pragyaan

Find questions from previous Avinash Mudaliar Quizzes here

KwizKraft ’09

Quiz: KwizKraft ’09

Fest: Prayaag 2009

Host: Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies 

Official Site:  http://www.jbims.edu/Prayaag/Home.html
Following are the details:

Date – 25th October, 2009
Registration Time – 10.30 a.m.
2-member teams
Entry Fee:
Students – Free
Corporates – Rs 300/- per team (cross teams are allowed)
Prizes:
1st prize: Rs. 30,000/-
2nd prize: Rs. 20,000/-
3rd prize: Rs. 10,000/-
Venue:
Akashwani Bhavan Auditorium,
Backbay Reclamation,
HT Parekh Marg,
Next to JBIMS,
Mumbai- 400020
(Five minutes walk from Churchgate station)
Research: QuizMonks
Quizmaster: Dhananjay S.
Contact:
Nalin Sethi – 09769429905

Find Questions from previous Kwizkraft edition below

Kwizkraft 2008

Kwizkraft 2007

KwizKraft '09

Quiz: KwizKraft ’09

Fest: Prayaag 2009

Host: Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies 

Official Site:  http://www.jbims.edu/Prayaag/Home.html
Following are the details:

Date – 25th October, 2009
Registration Time – 10.30 a.m.
2-member teams
Entry Fee:
Students – Free
Corporates – Rs 300/- per team (cross teams are allowed)
Prizes:
1st prize: Rs. 30,000/-
2nd prize: Rs. 20,000/-
3rd prize: Rs. 10,000/-
Venue:
Akashwani Bhavan Auditorium,
Backbay Reclamation,
HT Parekh Marg,
Next to JBIMS,
Mumbai- 400020
(Five minutes walk from Churchgate station)
Research: QuizMonks
Quizmaster: Dhananjay S.
Contact:
Nalin Sethi – 09769429905

Find Questions from previous Kwizkraft edition below

Kwizkraft 2008

Kwizkraft 2007

Tata Crucible 2009 Mumbai Questions

Possibly the biggest battle this year in the country, Mumbai proved to be just the battle expected to. (although questions seemed easy)

With both the defending champions- Tata Track and Non Tata Track participating from Mumbai, the final was more than closely contested.

In the Tata Track, defending champions TCS were given a run for their money by Tata Capital and the Non Tata Track saw a 3 way battle between Deutsche Bank, HUL and defending champions Sun Microsystems. The other stage teams were Questa, Crisil and defending Mumbai champions IMRB. (All regional and national champions themselves)

But in the end, the defending champions SUN Microsystems won the close battle, to defend their title at the National Finals in a couple of weeks.

Find the prelims questions here

Find the finals questions here

Carma 2009

Festival: CARMA 2009 (Career Management 2009)
Event: Quizzeria – The Biz Quiz
Organiser: The Management Society – Thadomal Shahani Engineering College
Date: 18th September, 2009 (Friday)
Time: 4:00 pm onwards
Team Composition: 2 Members Per Team (Both Members should be from the same institution)
Registration Fee: Rs. 40/- per team (On the spot registrations are allowed)
Eligibility: All undergraduate and postgraduate students in India
 
Format: Written elimination plus four rounds in the Finals
Prizes: Certificates, cash prize and gift vouchers for the top two teams
 
Venue:
Seminar Hall, Old Building,
Thadomal Shahani Engineering College,
Near R.D. National College,
P.G. Kher Marg, TPS III,
Bandra (W), Mumbai – 400 050.
 
For details, visit
www.cama.ms-tsec.org.in
 
For Registration, Contact:
Salil Pawar (TSEC Quiz Club) – +91-9892118027

TCS IT Wiz 2009

TCS IT Wiz Sample Questions downloadable here

Bangalore: Bishop Cotton Boys School – Rishab Mehta & Manish Burman

Kolkata: St. James School – Anurag Sarkar & Vaarnan Drolia

Bhubaneshwar: DAV Pokhariput – Aurojyoti Das & Ambarish Sarangi

Find the review and prelims questions from Bhubaneshwar here

Kochi: Pallikoodam – Kottayam – Vignesh G & Roshan Joseph George

Questions from the Kochi Edition here

Delhi: DPS Noida – Abhishek Gupta & Arjun J

Review and Questions from Delhi Edition here

Coimbatore: St Jude’s Public School: Akash Lodha & Hiren Barai

Review and Questions from Coimbatore Edition here

Chennai: November 26

Mumbai: November 29

Ahmedabad: December 1

Lucknow, Hyderabad, Pune: To be Announced shortly!

Find the Updates, winners and tons of preparatory material here

Find rules, regulations and other details at the official website here

World Quizzing Championship 2009

The World Quizzing Championships will be held at 4:00pm. on Saturday, June 6 2009. (Registration at 3:30 pm)

 The different cities and venues in India are mentioned below

Bangalore

The Auditorium 
Command Hospital Air Force 
Old Airport Road, Bangalore-7 

Contact @ Blore hospital is Maj. Puneet Aggarwal Ph:-9449815834. 

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Chennai

P.S Senior Secondary school, Alamelumangapuram, Mylapore, Chennai – 04

Ashwin Prabhu at +91 9840718533 or Ashwin.prabhu@gmail.com

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Delhi

Site: Room No. II – LT-1, IIT Delhi, Hauz Khas, New Delhi 
Tel. 09899238968 
Email : bshriram@gmail.com 

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Goa
Panjim City Corporation Hall, Panjim.
Email: tallulahdsilva@gmail.com

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Kolkata

Venue: International School of Business (ISB&M), EN-22, Sector-V, Salt Lake City, Kolkata-64 (near WEBEL Gate)

Gautum Ghosh- 098300 44093

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Hyderabad

Innobox Systems Pvt Ltd.
#G19, Ground Floor,
Swarnajayanthi Complex,
SR Nagar, Hyderabad -73

Lathish Venugopal (lathish@google.com) Ph:- 98858 02924

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Kerala

Site: Calicut University Campus Seminar Hall 
Mallapuzha, Kerala
Contact : Snehaj Srinivas 
Tel: +91 – 9895316264 

Mumbai 

Pinstorm, Ground Floor, Swati House, 
Next to Kotak Bank on Linking Road, 
North Avenue,  Santa Cruz (W), Mumbai

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This year’s event is taking place in 42 locations across 24 countries, making it the largest ever! This website contains information on how you can participate in the most prestigious quiz competition on the planet, along with hundreds of other players from around the globe.

More and complete details here

Landmark Quiz Mumbai 2009 Prelims

Hi, Find below the prelims from the Landmark Quiz Mumbai 2009. It has been forwarded generously by the QM Dr Navin Jayakumar himself. Hence, an error free prelim 😉

LANDMARK QUIZ MUMBAI 2009

 

PRELIMS

  1. What internationally accepted emergency radio communication derives from the French meaning ‘come help me’?
    1. May Day (from venez m’aider”)
  2. Which part of Delhi is “Delhi 6?
    1. Chandni Chowk
  3. Which Indian reality show on MTV has the tagline “Where love is war”?
    1. MTV Splitsvilla
  4. There are only three rivers in India that run from east to west. One of these is the Mahi. Which are the other two?
    1. Narmada and Tapti
  5. Which popular style of devotional music was originally performed at Sufi shrines and dargahs?
    1. Qawwali
  6. What term used to describe perfect eyesight is also the name of a version of a popular sport?
    1. 20/20
  7. It is named the Nishan-e-Haider in Pakistan and the Bir Shreshto in Bangladesh. What is the Indian equivalent?
    1. Param Vir Chakra
  8. What canine species once existed all along the Atlantic coast of this European country, where they were taught to herd fish into fishermen’s nets, to retrieve lost tackle or broken nets, and to act as couriers from ships?
    1. Portuguese water dog. They are popular nowadays because they are hypoallergenic.
  9. Charles Dickens wrote only two historical novels, one of which was Barnaby Rudge. Which was the other?
    1. Tale of Two Cities
  10. Which warrior in Indian mythology is believed to have originated the Chhath Puja festival (popular in Bihar) in honour of the Sun God?
    1. Karna
  11. µ Referred to in medieval times as Bilad al Barbar (“Land of the Berbers”), what is the commonly used name to refer to the region of Africa containing the countries of Eritrea, Djibouti, Ethiopia and Somalia?
    1. Horn of Africa
  12. µ According to the Jahangir Nama, the emperor was impressed by the performance of certain performers from Bengal. Their leader Krishna Chandra Dev was presented an entire village called Sutigram near Dhaka and the Dev family became the landlords of the village. Being landlords they were called ________ , a term that became their family name. Currently, the eighth generation of this family still continues the tradition of entertainment. Fill in the blank.
    1. Sarkar. (PC Sorcar)
  13. µ In keeping with the times what word did the American Dialect Society choose as the Word of the Year for 2008?
    1. Bailout
  14. µ What 2009 international event was nicknamed “The Big Flick”?
    1. Earth Hour
  15. µ Which IT guru famously does not have a business card. Instead, he hands out what he calls ‘pleasure cards’. They list his address – ‘545, Tech Square, Rm. 425, Cambridge, MA 02139’, and his other interests – ‘sharing good books, good food and exotic music and dance, tender embraces and unusual sense of humor’. Who are we talking about?
    1. Richard M. Stallman, founder of the Free Software Movement, who still stays in a room on the MIT campus!
  16. µ What “in-the-news” word was popularized by Veer Savarkar in an ideological pamphlet written while imprisoned in Ratnagiri jail, smuggled out of the prison, and published in 1923 by his supporters under his alias “Mahratta”?
    1. Hindutva. The pamphlet was titled Hindutva: Who is a Hindu?
  17. µ In 2008, who or what replied to a question with this answer, “There’s water here; I’ve tasted it”
    1. Phoenix Mars Lander
  18. µ Which part of Mumbai featured by NDTV as one of the Seven Wonders of Maharashtra got its name from the nearby St Thomas Cathedral?
    1. Churchgate
  19. µ Which European football club was founded as a cricket club in 1899 by British expatriates Alfred Edwards and Herbert Kilpin from Nottingham, and in honor of its origins, retained the English spelling of its city’s name, instead of changing it to the local spelling?
    1. AC Milan
  20. µ What term in serial fiction, derived from computer science, means a discarding of much or even all previous continuity and storyline in the series, to start anew, recent examples being Batman Returns, and Casino Royale (2006)?
    1. Reboot
  21. The Indian Order of Precedence is the protocol list of seating Indian government officials according to their rank. Where in this order does the Prime Minister figure?
    1. Third, after President and Vice-President
  22. In 1982, toothpaste salesman Dietrich Mateschitz was surprised that certain Mr Taisho was in the top 10 list of tax payers in Japan and that he owned Krating daeng (“water buffalo”). This product that listed taurine as one of its ingredients was effective for jet lag. Mr M inspired by this idea created his empire based on Krating daeng. He said, “I was most fascinated by Zeus the king of Gods-the way he came to see Europa and got transformed.” By what name is Krating daeng known to us?
    1. Red Bull
  23. Whose 2009 Lok Sabha election symbol is a harmonium?
    1. Mallika Sarabhai
  24. In 1923 the Nobel Prize for Medicine was awarded for the practical extraction of ________. The winners felt that the committee had insulted their co-workers – Charles Best and James Collip – by not including them for the prize and so they shared the prize money with them. In a 2007 cross-Canada survey by the CBC, _________ topped the list of the10 Greatest Canadian Inventions. Fill in the blank.
    1. Insulin
  25. What incident led to the creation of the Nuclear Suppliers Group in 1974?
    1. Pokharan nuclear test by India.
  26. In which state of India is the Penal Code named the Ranbir Penal Code?
    1. Jammu and Kashmir; named after Ranbir Singh (grandfather of Maharaja Hari Singh).
  27. The original of this was developed after a worker at Rowntree’s factory in York put a suggestion in the suggestion box for a snack that a ‘man could have in his lunch box for work’. It was launched in September 1935 in the UK as Rowntree’s Chocolate Crisp. It was later renamed in 1937 to a brand that we are all familiar with. What?
    1. Kit Kat
  28.  What name was given to the second son of King Rishabha because of the immense strength of his arms?
    1. Bahubali (bahu = arm ; bali = strong)
  29. What word was coined by Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper, a physician at the San Antonio Air Force Hospital in Texas, to denote a system of exercise he developed to help prevent coronary artery disease?
    1. Aerobics. Cooper’s book about the exercise system, Aerobics, was published in 1968.
  30. Which is the only field in which women have not yet won a Nobel Prize?
    1. Economics.
  31. The Gahirmatha beach in Orissa is considered the world’s most important site for the nesting of what endangered species?
    1. Olive Ridley turtle
  32. What did Stanley Morison, together with Starling Burgess and Victor Lardent, design for Britain’s The Times newspaper in 1931?
    1. Times New Roman serif typeface.
  33. VISUAL: Identify the person. (Clue today’s quiz)
    1. St. Andrew
  34. Where is this picture taken and which book is being autographed?
    1. Leopold Café / Shantaram
  35. VISUAL: Name this animal which is the largest land-dwelling species of the weasel family.
    1. Wolverine/Glutton
  36. VISUAL: What is depicted on this Google doodle that appeared on September 10, 2008? (Answer in 3 words)
    1. Large Hadron Collider
  37. TRACK 1 MUSIC VIDEO: Name this group whose song “Human” was voted the Best Song of 2008 by the readers of Rolling Stone magazine.
    1. The Killers
  38. TRACK 2 VIDEO: (a) Name this award-winning film. (b) What international charitable organization is featured in this film?
    1. Smile Pinki   b. Smile Train
  39. TRACK 3 VIDEO: What extreme sport is this?
    1. Zorbing
  40. TRACK 4 MUSIC VIDEO: Where is this song shot?
    1. St Xavier’s College

Landmark Quiz Mumbai 2009 Review & Questions

Winners and complete review from the BCQC blog here

Quiziebee reviews the Landmark Quiz 2009 Mumbai Edition and has graciously posted the prelims.

Some questions from Landmark Mumbai

Q1.What is internationally accepted emergency radio communication in french ‘Come help me’?

Ans: May Day

Q2.Which part of Delhi is Delhi 6?

Ans: Chandni Chowk

Q3.Name the MTV Reality show which has the tagline”Where Love is War”?

Ans:Splitsvilla

For the complete list of questions click here

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Brand Equity Quiz 2009 – Updates

National Champions – Accenture, Delhi

Review and Questions here

April 29 – Kolkata- ITC ( Pranay Rao & Sreerang)

Kolkata Prelims here

Kolkata Finals here

April 27 – Ahmedabad – Triton Communications ( Mayur Rana & Mahesh Manjawala)

Ahmedabad Review here

April 25 – Mumbai – Sun Microsystems (Mitesh Agarwal & )

Mumbai Prelims here

April 24 – Pune – Savoir Faire (Harshvardhan Bhatkuly & Rajiv D ‘ Silva)

Pune Prelims here

April 22 – Indore- Bhilai Steel Plant (C Chandrashekhar & S Ramani)

Indore Review here

April 20 – Delhi- Accenture (Rohan Khanna & )

Questions from Delhi Round here

April 19 – Hyderabad- JWT Mindset (Anvar Alikhan & Arif Akbar)

Find Hyderabad Prelim questions here

April 17 – Kochi – Aufait Technologies (Shamanth Rao and Paul Rajan Eralil)

Review of the Kochi Round here

 

April 15 – Bangalore – IBM (Lehar & Shumantro)

Review and Questions from the Bangalore Round here

April 13- Chennai- Sanmar Group (Ramkumar & Deepesh)

Review and Questions from the Chennai Round here

 

Questions from BEQ ’08 here

 

Complete Details here

 

Quizopedia @ Euphoria ’09

Quizopedia”

Euphoria 2009 and Mantavya – the literary cell at NMIMS present “Quizopedia”- the quizzing extravaganza. It will be held on 8th March, 2009 at NMIMS.

Over the years, NMIMS QUIZZES have been synonymous with the best and have seen one of the best turnouts among B-school quizzes in Mumbai.

The quizzes have been a hit with the corporates with participant teams from Deutsche Bank, Sun Microsystems, Standard Chartered Bank, TCS among others.

This year, we are hosting two quizzes under Quizopedia:

  1. Quizopedia “The Corporate Quiz” (7PM ONWARDS)
    Prizes up for grabs
    First Prize: Rs.20000
    Second Prize: Rs 15000
  1. Quizopedia “The Sports and Entertainment Quiz” (5:30 PM ONWARDS)
    Prizes up for grabs
    First Prize: Rs.5000
    Second Prize: Rs 3000

Quiz Master: Parnab Mukherjee

Venue: NMIMS Campus

RULES AND REGULATIONS (For both quizzes)

  • Teams of two members only
  • Registrations on the spot
  • Open to all- students and Corporates
  • CROSS TEAMS ALLOWED FOR STUDENTS AND CORPORATES
  • All standard quizzing rules apply. Quizmaster shall have the final word
  • ORGANISERS RESERVE THE RIGHT FOR ANY CHANGES

Contact: sreeharsha (9867010670), hari (9987285041) & nidhi (9324850901)

Quizopedia @ Euphoria '09

Quizopedia”

Euphoria 2009 and Mantavya – the literary cell at NMIMS present “Quizopedia”- the quizzing extravaganza. It will be held on 8th March, 2009 at NMIMS.

Over the years, NMIMS QUIZZES have been synonymous with the best and have seen one of the best turnouts among B-school quizzes in Mumbai.

The quizzes have been a hit with the corporates with participant teams from Deutsche Bank, Sun Microsystems, Standard Chartered Bank, TCS among others.

This year, we are hosting two quizzes under Quizopedia:

  1. Quizopedia “The Corporate Quiz” (7PM ONWARDS)
    Prizes up for grabs
    First Prize: Rs.20000
    Second Prize: Rs 15000
  1. Quizopedia “The Sports and Entertainment Quiz” (5:30 PM ONWARDS)
    Prizes up for grabs
    First Prize: Rs.5000
    Second Prize: Rs 3000

Quiz Master: Parnab Mukherjee

Venue: NMIMS Campus

RULES AND REGULATIONS (For both quizzes)

  • Teams of two members only
  • Registrations on the spot
  • Open to all- students and Corporates
  • CROSS TEAMS ALLOWED FOR STUDENTS AND CORPORATES
  • All standard quizzing rules apply. Quizmaster shall have the final word
  • ORGANISERS RESERVE THE RIGHT FOR ANY CHANGES

Contact: sreeharsha (9867010670), hari (9987285041) & nidhi (9324850901)

Tata Crucible Campus 2009- Updates

Find the Tata Crucible 2009 Corporate Edition

Reviews, Winners and Questions from the 16 city campus event

Find the Tata Crucible 2009 Corporate Edition

February 14- Jaipur- BITS, Pilani (Rishabh Kaul & Sailesh Jha)

Review and Questions from the 2009 Jaipur Campus Edition here

Complete Jaipur Prelim here

February 19- Cochin – College of Engineering, Trivandrum ( Ganesh R & Ashwin Gopalkrishnan)

Some Questions from the 2009 Kochi Edition here

February 22- Ahmedabad- MICA (Gaurav and Aditi Nargundkar)

Review and Questions from the 2009 Ahmedabad Campus Edition here

February 24- Goa- NIT Surathkal (Varun Balan Nair and Sharan Basavaraj

Review and Questions from the 2009 Goa Campus Edition here

February 26- Pune – SCMHRD (Amneet Sodhi and Gaurav Parab)

Review and Questions from the 2009 Pune Campus Edition here

February 28- Coimbatore- GRD College of Mgmt (Md.Shadeb and Vinod Vignesh)

Find Coimbatore Review here

Find Coimbatore Questions here

March 1 – Kolkata- IIM-C (Shombit Bhatnagar & Ram Shankar)

Review and Questions from the 2009 Kolkata Campus Edition here

March 3 – Bhubaneshwar- VGSOM – IIT Kgp

Review and Questions from the 2009 Bhubaneshwar Campus Edition here

March 8 – Bangalore – Christ University (Kuldeep & Sankarshan)

Review and Questions from 2009 Bangalore Campus Edition here

March 10 – Indore – IIM-I ( Debasish Mishra & Sai Ganesh )

Review and Questions from 2009 Indore Campus Edition here

March 13-  Chennai – CEG (Kalaiselvam & Srivatsan)

March 15 –  Delhi – IMT, Ghaziabad (Ashish Lath & Abhishek Kumar)

Review and Questions from 2009 Delhi Campus Edition here

March 16 – Lucknow – IIML

Review and Questions from 2009 Lucknow Campus Edition here

March 21 – Hyderabad- DCE (Vivek & Daniel)

Review and Questions from 2009 Hyderabad Campus Edition here

March 22 – Mumbai – IIT-Bombay (Prashanth Sampath & Vaibhav Devanathan)

Review and Questions from 2009 Mumbai Campus Edition here

National Final- IIM Calcutta win NATIONAL and International Final.

Find all questions here

Questions from the previous editions here

Detailed Schedule of the 2009 edition of Campus Tata Crucible here