National Finals- Tata Crucible Corporate Quiz 2011- Tata Track

National Finals Tata Crucible 2011- Tata Track

Winners: JK & Sreekanth

1) TBWA Egypt..came up with this idea… to spread the message of rebuilding Egypt..Which brand was behind the campaign?

 2) In 2000… permanent internet connection… founded by Dries Buytaert… Dutch word for ‘Drop’. Which website?

3) 2002…Anirudh Bulwaka…manufacturing facility, Gujarat…2005-Trucks, Dentors. Which company?

4) It is a world leader in sports collectibles…Cricketatax..which company?

5) An alumni of Yale University, USA, he has also to his credit designing of such striking logos as of the Indian Airlines, ECIL, Airports Authority of India, Trade Fair Authority of India (Now ITPO), Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) to name but a few. Who?

 6) In 2001, The Sun, a British tabloid newspaper reported that Queen Elizabeth II has this in her bathroom that wears an inflatable crown. It was spotted by a workman who was repainting her bathroom. The story prompted sales of it in the United Kingdom to increase by 80% for a short period.What?

7) Hindi Term… Economist… What?

8) What’s TAC in Motorola’s dynaTAC
 Ans

1) Henkel Bril- To clean the city walls etc

2) Drupal

3) AMW

4) Topps…based on IPL…Cricketattax

5) Shri Binoy Sarkar

6) rubber duck

7) Jugaad

8) Total Area Coverage

 Round 2

1) Pic of Two guys…A term coined by them

2) What innovation by Pizza hut? http://goo.gl/LX7Xv

3) Who? http://goo.gl/4xDBU

4) Logo- MW

5) Pic Govinda restaurants

6) Pic Blue Box

7) Pic..Hitler, Bin laden, Zarqawi, Saddam & 2 founders

8) Graph- What is it? http://goo.gl/xdc2E

Ans

1) Business Process reengineering- Michael hammer, James Champy

2) Reverse count down timer on the box .. People behind thebike know how much time left for the delivery person to do his job

3) Gabriela Sabattini

4) Miss World

5) ISKCON

6) Tiffany’s

7) Time Magazine… only time when they have featured people with a “X” mark

8) Gartner Hype Cycle

Round 3- TATA

1) Logo… Powerfly- JV with capt Gopinath

2) Logo..offering from Taj- Jeeva Spa

3) Pic of a car- Tata Pixel

4) Riversdale- Tata sold the stakes to? Rio Tinto

 Round 4- Connect

1) Golden harvests, Divine Chants, Conversations, Amitabh Song

2) Pics- Stefi Graf, Gorbachev, James Bond Song

 3) DTC, Twist and Turns,  ‘for a special togetherness’

4) Astro, Amul, Song -Ek Do Teen (Madhuri)

Ans:

1) Tanishq

2) LVMH (Sean Connery)

3) Gitanjali ( mehul Choksy’s Pic)

4) Food Show

Round-5

1) BIL- Bhor Industries…1943 making Army … sold this to Pidilite

2) Book “Humankind’ by which ad agency’s  CEO?

3) Mocha & CCD- have a drink called Twister. Speciality?

4) TASIS on BSE- What?

5) Symonds Steven (??) invented this. What?

Ans

1) Steelgrip

2) Leo Burnett -Tom Bernardin

3) Colour of drink changes- AXE

4) Shariat compliaint

 5) Balance Sheet

 

National Finals Tata Crucible 2011 Mumbai- Semi Finals #2- Questions & Answers

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Winners:

Accenture – Rohan Khanna & Anish Raju

2nd- Savoir Faire

National Finals Tata Crucible 2011 Mumbai- 2nd Oct

Semi Finals -2

1) WW2…Cold war..International co-operation…Argentina, France, 14th May 1951… A strip

in Las Vegas  is a tribute to it

2) This Internet radio company…2000..Music genome project…2011 IPO

3) Invested in Vallares…with Rothschild…

4) New design chnage in Boeing… what innovation?

5) Sandy Bridge..all names must be from existing Geos

6) Vince Camuto…. Gerome Fisher driving along.. sign post..direction symbol

7) Jalandhar based- Apeejay Surrendra… how does it get its name

8) Mine…heavy clouds..gorge..walls..More than 2%… “Flying Prospector”

9) 1970…rural india transportation…Jagjivanbhai Karsanbhai Chandra...Saurashtra… modified an existing product..what?

Ans
1) Paris Club 2) Pandora ( Box opens now) 3) Tony Hayward of BP 4) Changing the place of the reading light… it leads to confusion when passengers press the air hostess call button mistakenly 5) Intel Microprocessors  6) 9 West 7) Amin chand Pyaare lal, J for Jalandhar   8) Len Hancock… Hancock Prospecting 9) Chhakada..used motorcycles

Round 2

1) Pic- patent design of?

2)

3) Identify

4) Coca cola ..tied up with this company..centenary

5) ad… 2 handscampagin in france.. what is it about?

6) Walmart…Asquith dairies

7) Pic Raghuram Rajan

8) Logo

9) R B Productions

Ans:

1) Oreo cookies 2) Corning Gorilla 3) Gopal Goyal of MDLR 4) Selfridges 5) Campaign against covering of human faces 6) Asda                   7) Raghuram Rajan 8) Canongate- publisher of Julian Assange’s book 9) Ritu Beri

Round 3

1)

a)Gave the concept of ‘Opportunity cost’

b) Pic

 

2)

a) CAGE framework…distance between countries…

b) World 3.0…

Ans: 1) John Stuart Mill 2) Pankaj Ghemawat

 

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TBQ –351

1) Stamps were originally cut from a sheet using scissors. Some clerks took to doing something to make them easier to separate. Since 1847 Henry Archer had been working on a machine to mechanize this concept. Archer’s machine was too unreliable to be granted a Post Office contract, but his work pointed the way for others, and the Post Office purchased 4 of those machines from David Napier & Son in 1854. What did the clerks resort to and what’s this idea?

2) It’s cash that’s given to help get people to the polls. The money can go toward perks like coffee and doughnuts for door knockers, gas for volunteers to chauffeur elderly voters, or pocket money for kids who distribute fliers and sample ballots on Election Day. Also known as “walking-around money” or “get-out-the-vote money,” it’s most common in poor areas of Philadelphia; Chicago; Newark, N.J.; Baltimore; Los Angeles; and other big cities. Both parties use it, but it’s more common among Democrats, who tend to be better represented in the areas that rely on it. How do we know this better?

3) [Tata Question] Identify this distinctively packed Tata Coffee brand.

Tata Coffee Brand

4) In 300 BC China, according to the Guanzi proposal, this commodity was taxed – not just the earliest written evidence of such taxation system, but the first known instance of a state-control monopoly on a vital commodity. The idea behind this was to import and sell it at a higher price – the revenues were used for building armies, and even the Great Wall. What was this taxation all about?

5) This numbering system traces its roots to the 1920s, and began as an introductory course number in University of Buffalo’s course catalogue. Many colleges and universities began to switch to this numbering system. In 1935, two researchers from Kent State published a paper celebrating the efficiency of the new system: “Recently college catalogues have revealed a commendable trend toward a logical arrangement of course numbers,” they wrote. “The loose hodgepodge of former years is giving way to systematic arrangement.”

Kent State came up with a different system, but later schools standardized the Buffalo system. The standardization got a shot in the arm when Charles W. Eliot, then-president of Harvard, began the system of electives and adopted the Buffalo catalogue system. Later, these three digits got into popular culture and began to be used to refer introductory courses in any area. What’s the three digit system?

6) The Pune of yore has a set of administrative regions named after days of the week when the local market would set anchor in that area. How do we know these places, significantly different from one another?

7) This Indian genius was born in 1895, and discovered the first of tetracycline antibiotics, aureomycin and polymyxin while at working at Lederle Laboratories (Now part of Wyeth). He co-discovered, while working with Cyrus Fiske at Harvard, the two chemicals – phosphocreatine and adenosine triphosphate (ATP) – that store energy in our body. Identify this scientist who, many say, should have won a Nobel in Medicine.

8) Henry Brown was an inventor who saw a convenient and secure way to store money, valuable and important papers. He developed something that was patented in 1886. What did this African American inventor invent?

9) Today the term simply refers to large financial institutions that offer multiple services in various locations, such as a bank. The term typically refers to full-service brokerages that offer research, order execution and investment advice all under the same roof. The term originated because of an advanced communications system they employed. What?

10) Identify the advertiser.

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Answers:

Ans1: Pricking the imperforate stamp margins with a pin – this is what the clerks were doing. This was the beginning of stamps with perforated sides.

Ans2: Street Money

Ans3: Aveon (Yes, it’s very much available in Indian super markets.)

Ans4: Salt

Ans5: 101 [eg. History 101]

Ans6: Peth | eg. Budhwar Peth

Ans7: Dr. Yellapragada SubbaRow

Ans8: Strongbox

Ans9: Wirehouse

Ans10: TVS Motors

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Tata Crucible Corporate Quiz 2011 Chandigarh Prelims

Tata Crucible Corporate Quiz 2011 Chandigarh Prelims

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1. What brand was started in backyard of her house at ludhiana ,ice cream & confectionary

2. This bank was started in amritsar by majitha & 2 others

3. Which airlines started skycouches?

4. Logo of gujrat tourism

Tata Crucible Questions

5. Tour de france,31,Which watch?

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Tata Crucible Corporate Quiz 2011 Delhi Prelims

Tata Crucible Corporate Quiz 2011 Delhi Prelims

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1.Place in delhi got its name when the britishers decided to apply a system to separate british military building from others.

Ans.Civil lines

2.Aug 3.1960 which american exported a no. Of textile products through a small company ‘india loomcraft’ located in the shanker market area of new delhi.

Ans.Fabindia

3.For which airline once owned by shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis, did coco chanel and pierre cardin design uniforms.

Ans.Olympic airlines

4.Identify the image

Ans: Charles Ponzi

5.Which indian entrepreneur who returned to india in 1977,teaches students at auroville in international affairs.

Ans.Dilip kapur -hidesign

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TBQ –344

1) The development of this profession, as a separate entity from medicine, started in Islam under the patronage of Abbasiyyah caliphs of Baghdad. The first clear cut separation of this from medicine, and the recognition of this stream as an academically oriented entity happened during the Middle Ages. Al Rahzi was one of the few early contributors, in an era when most of Europe was still under the Dark Ages. What was this stream that came up?

2) Aman Nath is a historian by education. He is an award winning author and was the youngest founder-member of INTACH. Two of his books are used as the official gifts of the President and the Prime Minister of India. Actively involved in the restoration of India’s lesser-known architectural ruins, he is the co-founder of hotel chain.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Francis Wacziarg, the French Indophile, now an Indian citizen, co-author of one of Nath’s books, set up this hotel chain along with Aman. Name this chain of hotels named after an ancient town in Rajasthan.

3)  This company was established in Hyderabad by a UK company, A, as B in 1948. In the 1950s, Raja Rameshwar Rao (pic below)  took over B. He renamed the company to C and brought in the Patwardhans of Pune and Khushwant Singh on the board. In 2006, C ran into trouble with its name when the new owners of the brand name, A, sued them. An out-of-court settlement happened, as C changed its name to D. What are A, B, C and D?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4) It was named after its inventor Thomas Edmondson, a trained cabinet maker of Lancaster, United Kingdom in the 1830s.  It spread from England to rest of the world. What’s this invention which you would have used for sure, not once, not twice, but at least a hundred times till it was phased out from India in 2008? ( We use the computerized version now and not the version that Thomas made)

5) Identify the advertiser.

6) This business was established in 1889 by A, whose family migrated from the famine prone Kutch to Madras. It began as a pavement ‘dukaan’, selling hurricane lanterns, bedroom lamps, chimneys and petromaxes to the large British and Anglo-Indian resident population of what was then known as ‘White Town’. Evening was the favoured time for shopping here, giving the place the name – Evening Bazaar. The store had a  small tin roof during those times, and A would take shelter under the nearby banyan tree to beat the summer heat.

WWI brought in a windfall. He supplied a consignment of hurricane lanterns to the British Army stationed at Fort St. George. By the time the war ended, there was a demand for imported enameled kitchen and tableware from the British and Anglo-Indian population. He was now a store owner and by the 1930s, he moved to the present premises. His store, then known as A Store, now became B, possibly an Anglicized version of the name. The end of the Second World War saw a demand for ceramics and porcelain.

Today they have stores in Evening Bazaar, Adyar and Pondicherry. Name the business.

7) Sitter: Identify this personality.

8) He went to what was then Ceylon and found that even they had this technology. He came back mortified and decided to usher in this technology. His idea was not welcomed back in India. The country’s scientific advisors thought that the new technology was not a good idea, and that it would make development communication non-serious. He convinced detractors that the new and old technologies coexisted in several countries. It is up to a user if he should be using the new technology. Till the older technology is phased out, Govt. would support that along with the newer one – this was his promise. And as they say, the rest is history.

What is this technology that came in during early 1980s? And also identify this person.

9) As Postmaster of the American Colonies, Benjamin Franklin had use of what is known as a “franking privilege.” This privilege allowed him to mail letters free of charge like Congressmen. What is unique about Franklin’s frank is that he signed his franking signature on outgoing mail as “_____.” Historians believe that this alludes to his commitment to gaining freedom and independence from the English government. What was Franklin’s franking signature?

10) Tarangini Mitra loved pirouetting – to dance on single foot. Her performance at her school annual day function – the first public performance she did – caught the attention of an ad-guru. This was in 1985. As they say, the rest is history. How do we know this girl better?

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Answers:

Ans1: Pharmacy

Ans2: Neemrana Hotels

Ans3: A: Longman B: Longman Green C: Orient Longman D: Orient Blackswan

The brand name Longman is now owned by Pearson Plc.

Ans4: Edmondson Card Tickets – the good old card tickets used till recently by Indian Railways

Ans5: Morphy Richards Epilators

Today they have stores in Evening Bazaar, Adyar and Pondicherry. Name the business.

Ans6: A: Karim Bhai | The business is now known as CurrimBhoys

Ans7: Vinton Serf

Ans7: Colour Televisions, replacing Black & White TVs. Vasanth Sathe.

In the beginning, the import permit was  temporary, with the Union Government allowing the import of 50,000 colour television sets by November of that year. But by the end of it, the Indian viewer was ready to spend Rs. 8,000 on an Indian set and up to Rs. 15,000 on the imported version. The government raked in the money, earning  Rs. 70 crore in customs revenue from imported sets, with one lakh sets imported into the country.

Ans9: B. Free Franklin

Ans10: Nirma Girl. Ad-guru was Alyque Padamsee

Mumbai Tata Crucible 2011 Corporate Quiz- Tata Track

 

Mumbai Tata Crucible 2011 Corporate Quiz- Tata Track

Round1-Crossword

1) 2nd largest air cooling company

Daikin

2) Currency Khwanza- Which country?

Angola

3) Andrew Serwer, the managing editor of….

Fortune

4) Stock index of Greece?

Athex

5) Phanindra Sama

Redbus

6) Cotton….branded…Kerala city

Calico

7) 3 flagship hotels for commonwealth.. ITDC’s Ashok, Janpath and?

Samrat

8) family holdings…

Zaibatsu

 Round 2

1) Financial times rejected..ad against Shell..

Amnesty Int’l

2) Logo

Google Ventures

3) Tata Power ‘Go green’ logo

4) Pic- Raghu Pillai

5) LVMH ad-Sean Connery

Round 3

1) Grow more, Kisan Sansar, Knowledge…

Tata Chemicals

2) Ezio, Liquiflow…

Reynolds

3) Pics…Ramakrishna Hegde…

Dy CM Planning commission

 4) Littledrops, Patapata

Bata

Round 4

1) One ruppee note..

Ministry of Finance

2) stock exchange of Hog Kong

Hang Seng

3) Mr Frog, Nick Leeson

Barings bank

4) WagonR- Recreation

5) Poultrona- D’decor

6) World’s 1st professional grade Tablet..playbook

Wiron

 

Tata Crucible Corporate Quiz 2011 – Prelims & Finals Ahmedabad

1.  Which is the most visited paid monument in the world? Answer: Eifel tower
2.    There were originally 4 old “Zaibatsu” in Japan three of them are Mitsui,Yasuda and Mitsubishi which was the fourth one? Answer: Sumitomo (options were given)
3.    Now glossy most sought after weekly magazine was first published in Lahore in year 1882 by Arorbans press which magazine? Answer: Mayapuri (options were given)
4.    Who is she:
Answer: Dr, Amrita Patel of GCMMF
5.     Which city’s name appeared in Citibank’s name when it was founded in 1812? Answer: Newyork
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Mumbai Tata Crucible 2011 Corporate Quiz-Finals

Mumbai Tata Crucible 2011 Corporate Quiz-Finals

Teams on stage: Deloitte, Deutsche bank, BPCL, Questa, Axis & IndusInd

1) Sahara Blend, Iran Heavy, BasraLight, Bonny Light, Arab light.. What are they?

2)  It is modelled on the Tennessee Valley Authority of the USA. Jawaharlal Nehru, prime minister of India, Dr. B.C.Roy, chief minister of West Bengal and Sri Krishna Sinha, chief minister of Bihar, took personal interest to ensure early success of the project…. Act of 1948…

3) Britannia question

4) Rustomji- Director General then.. “Duty onto death’

5) Born in Uganda, San Francisco residence, Bungalow..maple wood flooring…Lamborghini

6) The term originally came from concealing hip flasks..everyday wear…trouser

Ans1) OPEC basket

Ans2) Damodar valley corp

Ans3) Britannia

Ans4) Border Security force

Ans5) Chatur Ramalingam from 3 idiots

Ans6) Bootlegging

Round 2

1) Image: CHOAM- What’s the specialty?

2) Visual… Sugarpova

3) Old logo of BBC

4) Image:

5) Werner Von Siemens…concept..one of the earliest for something- what?

Ans1) World’s largest Fictional corporation

Ans2) Sugarpova..Maria Sharapova’s candy brand

Ans3) Old logo of BBC

Ans4) Peter Benenson-Amnesty

Ans5) 1st prototype of an Electric car

Round 3- Tata World

1) 80 year old book retailer is now using TCS’ iON offering to move to digital environment..

Oxford

2) Heritage collection… Mangala, Stambha, Konark

Titan

3) Project Tejaswini- Tata Steel

4) Florida based..private planes.. with which Tata group is having discussions now.

Avantair

Round 4- Connect

1) Highroad, S3 graphics, Couple dancing…. Telecom

Ans: HTC (Slasa)

2) VISA, Meril Lynch, Pic

Ans: Bank of America (founder Amadeo Giannini pic)

3) Hub, transformer theme song, Trivial pursuit

Ans: Hasbro

4) Accel, American farm bureau… theme music of ‘Social network’

Ans: Facebook

Round 5

1) Paris..  Madeleine Odette .. 1st woman economic affairs

Ans: Christine Lagarde

2) Wallace Flint…1932..punched card

Bernard Silver, Joseph woodland

Ans: Bar code

3) D Mehra co.

Satyajit Ray

Ans: Rupa Books

Mumbai Tata Crucible 2011 Corporate Quiz-Prelims

 

Mumbai Tata Crucible 2011 Corporate Quiz-Prelims

Winner: Rajiv Rai & Team- Deutsche bank

Tata Track: Aniruddha and Team

 1) F W Stevens – World heritage…progress..engineering..science..Shipping and commerce

2) Torreal, Sholemay Ltd Trading… 3 brothers, London. 4 lettered brand

3) Sponsor of “Delivery Man Award’..MLB

4) Book ‘Grit, Guts and Gumption’ by Rajesh Chakraborty. About which PSU?

5) BOCTATOE- But Of Course There are Obvious Expectations…. Philostainment. Terms by whom?

6) Nike ‘SB’ …range for new Trend..for new area..indulgence/sport. Expand SB

7) Only Indian to feature in the eighties…BBC show… He is from the world of Tata

8) Visual- ‘Write Something’… Headquarter of which company?

9) ‘Digital Domain’… global filmmaker. Who?

10) Victorian Novel… Mr. Jarvis Lorry…a Clerk at Tellson’s bank in London. Which book?

11) Dec 31, 1970.. ‘Tonight Show;…Last cigarette commercial, which brand?

12) Bag with a ‘RF’ Logo

13) 1st book…series…Mysore based..Indian thought publication

14) Pumice, Chlorine.. Rifle Jeans

15) Locomotive- allegorical to Queen Elizabeth 1…Kitson Thompson & Hewitson for East India Railway

16) Book cover… “The ___________ way’

17) Type of wine…all the grapes froma specific year

 18) Hitchcock cameo… model for a newspaper ad.. 3 options given

Man who knew too much, Psycho, Lifeboat

 19) ‘The watch that made dollar famous” … Hint: Mahatma Gandhi

20) Pic – Pankaj Advani ‘Take the cue’

21)  More than 100 million missing…1990

22) Silver coin ..mint..estd there in 1612..during EDO period… name this upscale area

23) Famous place ..Int’l financial centre .. ‘Fragrant harbour’

24) Copyrighted ‘Seal Team 6’..which company?

25) 1984…RS Kamath… Icecream..fruits