Nobel memorial quiz


Delhi is all set to host the qualifying round and the grand finale of the prestigious Sweden-India Nobel Memorial Quiz 2017, today, October 11, 2017, at Indraprastha College for women. The inter-collegiate quiz competition is a part of the Sweden-India Nobel Memorial Week, organised by the Embassy of Sweden in New Delhi along with leading Swedish companies present in India. The Quiz provides a unique opportunity for young talents to test their knowledge of the Nobel Prize, Nobel Laureates and their achievements along with answering questions on Sweden, its people and culture, Swedish innovations and inventions.

To be hosted by noted quiz master Seema Chari, the participation to the quiz is open to all undergraduate and postgraduate students (in teams of three), representing a college/institution. Qualifying rounds were also held in Kolkata, Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Indore, Guwahati, Bhubaneswar, Hyderabad, Bengaluru and Chennai where approx 2500 students participated so far. The winners of the Delhi  round will represent the city at the National finals, which will start right after the Delhi qualifying round.

The winners of the National quiz will get an all-expense paid trip to Sweden, where they will visit headquarters of the partnering companies, Swedish universities and the Nobel Museum. In addition, the Embassy is running online quizzes, which are open to everyone on Facebook  www.facebook.com/swedenindia and Twitter: @SwedeninIndia.



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