XLRI Ensemble 2016 organises the largest school quiz in Jamshedpur


    Jamshedpur, Nov. 25: The brightest young brains of Jamshedpur converged at XLRI campus for Back to the Roots”, a quizzing extravaganza organized by Samarthya – The Human Potential Centre under the banner of Ensemble 2016, the biggest management festival of the country, in the second week of November.

    The quiz was held in the historic Tata Auditorium with more than 170 enthusiastic school students from 24 schools of Jamshedpur, cheering 50 teams of three members each, representing their schools in this ultimate combat for glory.

    There were quite a few different rounds of questions, which gave opportunity to all the avid young quizzers to try out their skill.

    The audience and the participants loved the quizmasters Yugal and Tarun alike for engaging them and enthralling them with their quizzing genius and witty ripostes.

    Audience also got a chance to grab Ensemble 2016 goodies and passes for the Lucky Ali concert held at Ensemble, by answering audience questions.

    After grilling yet interesting and fun rounds of questions, team from Loyola emerged victorious in this battle of quizzing supremacy in Jamshedpur.

    Prizes Worth INR 50,000 were offered to participating teams.

    This was the first ever quiz of its kind organized by Samarthya for students in Jamshedpur and the organizers were extremely heartened by the success of the event.

    Jennifer, one of the conveners of Samarthya, happily said that they were overwhelmed by the response from all Jamshedpur schools and would definitely organize similar events in future.


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