Pune, February 16, 2018: Arnabh Sen Gupta and Anirudh Anil Kumar from the Armed Forces Medical College decimated their opponents to win the Pune edition of Tata Crucible Campus Quiz 2018.
A total of 158 teams battled it out in the city level finale for the top honours, held at Balaji Institute of Telecom and Management (BITM), Pune. Arnabh and Anirudh took home a cash prize of Rs. 75,000* and will compete in the zonal round to qualify for the national finale. Stanny Davis and Vijaydeep Shukla from Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication were declared runners-up, winning a cash prize of Rs. 35,000*. Dr. (Col) A. Balasubramanian, Founder and President, Sri Balaji Society and Dean, BITM was the Chief Guest at the finale.
This year, the theme of the quiz revolves around 150 years of business to mark the 150th year of the Tata group. In keeping with tradition, renowned quizmaster ‘Pickbrain’ Giri Balasubramaniam hosted the quiz in his masterful, inimitable style of presenting clever questions with equal humour.
The fourteenth edition of India’s biggest campus quiz will run for a little over two months, traversing 38 cities, with five zonal rounds leading to the grand national finale in Mumbai. The winners of the National Finals will receive a Grand Prize of Rs. 5,00,000/-* along with the coveted Tata Crucible trophy.
Fastrack and Tata Motors are supporting the prizes for the competition.
All details of the quiz are available on www.tatacrucible.com
*Subject to applicable tax deductions.
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