Quiz program at Kakolu, Bangalore – A brief report
School visited: Government High School, Kakolu
India-Sudar members attended: Uday, Shivu, Anil, Raghavendra, Ram, Prashanth, Santhosh, Tejaswini, Vinutha, Naveen, Murali Kakolu, Tanuja, Rishikesh
Date: 20th February, 2010
Time: 9.30am – 3.30pm
Total students benefited:
8th standard – 116
9th standard – 106
10th standard – 104
Quiz for 8th, 9th and 10th standard students
1. Preliminary round – written test, objective type – for 116 students from 8th,106 from 9th, and 104 from 10th standard
2. Top 6 students from each class are selected
3. 6 teams of 3 members each formed (2 teams from each class)
4. 5 rounds of quiz, consisting of – general questions, image identification, math puzzle, Pictionary, clue
5. Separate questions for audience
The volunteers reached the venue by 9.30am. First, the preliminary written test was conducted for all the students of all the classes (8th, 9th and 10th). Volunteers were spread across the sections and facilitated the distribution of question papers, monitoring and evaluation of the papers. The top 6 students from each class were selected for the main program (2 teams from 8th, 2 teams from 9th and 2 teams from 10th). There was a good response from the students and also tough competition between the teams, with 2 tie breaks. The 9th standard students bagged the first prize, while 10th standard students had to be content for the 2nd place. Though the 8th standard students came 3rd, their challenging comeback and talent is highly appreciated.
The quiz program was followed by prize distribution ceremony. The prizes were sponsored by Dr. B.V. Kumar from Cognizant. He also presided the event, with the participation from local agriculture officer and other leaders. The India Sudar effort in supporting the rural education was appreciated. The function followed by lunch, courtesy Mr. Murali Kakolu.
The program photos can found @ http://picasaweb.google.com/indiasudar/KokaloreKarnataka#
Please find the report attached.
India Sudar KA Team
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