Indian Students Win Singapore Tata Quiz 2017
SINGAPORE: Indian students have won all three top awards at a prestigious quiz competition held in Singapore.
Defending Champions Rohan Naidu and Shivam Bhardwaj of National University of Singapore (NUS) overcame a stiff competition from Arvind Ramesh and Anshuman Anand of Nanyang Technological University (NTU) to win the champion title and trophy of the Tata Crucible Campus Quiz Singapore 2017.
The third place was bagged by Tanushree Kumar and Sahaj Chopra of SP Jain School of Global Management, Tata said in a statement.
The quiz was held on February 9.
The finale consisted of multiple rounds of high energy quizzing. The winners from National University of Singapore (NUS) were awarded a cash prize of Singapore dollars 7,000.
The first runners up won a cash prize of Singapore dollars 3,000 while the second runners up won themselves a cash prize of Singapore dollars 2,000.
The acumen of these teams was assessed in various rounds comprising multiple audio-visual questions from the world of business and economy.
Over the years, the Tata Crucible Campus Quiz has established itself as one of the most awaited quizzes for the student community in Singapore.
The quiz had a participation of 164 students in 82 teams from prominent local institutions.
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