A quiz is a form of mind sport, in which the teams attempt to answer questions correctly. It is also an assessment used in education and similar fields to measure growth in knowledge, abilities, and/or skills.
To access the knowledge and skills of students, a quiz competition was conducted in G4 Seminar Hall on 18th Jan 2018. Five teams comprising of Faculties of Engineering and Technology, Faculty of Physical Sciences, Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and Faculty of Life Sciences of PDMU participated in the Quiz Competition. The participating teams were-
- Team A : Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies (BBA/BCA)
- Team B : Faculty of Physical Sciences
- Team C : Faculty of Engineering and Technology (Mechanical/ECE)
- Team D : Faculty of Engineering and Technology (Civil/CSE)
- Team E : Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Various rounds were conducted, in which all the teams participated with all the enthusiasm. The rounds were based on topics covering General Knowledge, Popular books and authors, Monuments, Famous industries, events of historical importance and a dumb charades round wherein the participants enacted the given topic. A healthy competition was witnessed with full participation of all the five teams consisting of 5 participants each.
All the students were at the edge of their seats to know the answers and the participants were very active. The questions put forth to the teams were intriguing, exciting and made the audience applaud excitedly when the teams answered correctly. This quiz truly was a learning experience, for both the audience and the participants.
The audience was not far behind; they actively participated in the various open rounds. The results were declared which brought joy to the participants.
Team C : Faculty of Engineering and Technology (Mechanical/ECE) stood First, the second position went to Team D : Faculty of Engineering and Technology (Civil/CSE) and the third position was bagged by Team E : Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Dean, Student Welfare