Tata Crucible Corporate Quiz Mumbai 2010-Finals- Non-Tata Track
Courtesy: Team Bizdom
Kotak Life – Shambhu Shankar, Prasad Shetty (20)
Deustche Bank – Rajiv Rai, Vibhendra (15)
IMRB – Ameya, Ashish Pandey (0)
Sun Microsystems – Mitesh, Ankit Didolkar (-20)
1) Who in this world is; “Committed to improving the state of world”?
2) Who is LTD on NYSE?
3) Which celebrity is associated with Plan B entertainment?
4) Who is the 1st non-Britisher on a British stamp?
5) In 1847, Liverpool associate, Jacobsen J C
6) Layali festival-1996, 3 million people
7) Rosen enterprise, David Rosen
1) World economic forum
2) Limited brands
3) Brad Pitt
4) Mahatma Gandhi
6) Dubai Shopping festival
8) Texas Instruments
IBM & Kotak Were tied at this stage with 2 answers each.
9) Paris comedian… Murder… jack Collins..Retail giant.. neither of the team went for the buzzer.
10) Qs on Teri.. It was but obvious that the answer was Teri, Prasad and team showed the guts to go for the buzzer and deservedly went on stage as the 6th team.
Vishwajeeth Navrekar and yours truly (Rohit Jain) representing IBM missed out.
- Dating back to the 1400s, this word stemmed from the Latin word , meaning “sleeping area” (completely apropos). It became obsolete after the 16th century, but it was revived in the 19th century as a word for “dormitory sleeping compartments.”
- Mohanlal Dayal Chauhan, set up the initial business of this famous Indian company in 1929. Later on the three sons divided into two business groups, Jayantilal Group and Kantilal and Pitambar group. A dispute arose in 2007 about the ownership of the brand and in 2009 Bombay High Court has ruled that this brand is a family name and hence both groups have equal right to use the trademark brand name. Identify the brand name.
- His great-grandfather, Lala Shankar Das Chopra, was the ‘Nagar Shet’ of Kashmiri Chopras at Lahore. In 1947, he had to flee to Indian with his family, almost Penniless. In 1950, he launched his own production company and by the 2003 his company used to contributes nearly Rs 3-4 million per month to Prasar Bharati in terms of telecast fees. Name this trend-setter-media-moghul .
- This concept originated at the turn of the 20th century in the writings of sociologist and economist, Thorstein Veblen. The term describes an apparently irrational and confounding form of economic behaviour. Veblen’s scathing proposal that this unnecessary consumption is a form of status display is made in darkly humorous observations.
- Identify the logo.
- Whose brand mascot is this?