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Introductory Quiz for Freshers - Finals, IIT BHU [Aug 9, 2015]

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FINALS
INTRODUCTORY QUIZ
For Freshers
9th August 2015
LT 1.1a

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MISSIONSTATEMENT
• You will be briefed about the mission objective
before the start of every mission
• And by now you know...

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Introductory Quiz for Freshers - Finals, IIT BHU [Aug 9, 2015]

  1. 1. FINALS INTRODUCTORY QUIZ For Freshers 9th August 2015 LT 1.1a
  2. 2. MISSIONSTATEMENT • You will be briefed about the mission objective before the start of every mission • And by now you know the rules ;-)
  3. 3. MISSION1
  4. 4. BRIEFING • Jim Phelps was sent to Prague for a mission to prevent the theft of classified material. His wife Claire and his trusted partner Ethan Hunt were members of Phelps' team. Unfortunately, something went horribly wrong and the mission failed, leaving Ethan Hunt the lone survivor. After he reported the failed mission, Kettridge the head of the agency suspects Ethan of being the culprit for the failed mission. Now, Ethan uses unorthodox methods (Which includes the aid of an arms dealer going by the name "Max") to try to find who set him up and to clear his name. • +15/-10 on Pounce • +10/0 on Bounce • Clockwise
  5. 5. AND SO ITALL BEGAN…… • The basic narrative of this book expresses the central theme: God creates the world (along with creating the first man and woman) and appoints man as his regent, but man proves disobedient and God destroys his world through the Flood. The new post-Flood world is equally corrupt, but God does not destroy it, instead calling one man, Abraham, to be the seed of its salvation. At God's command Abraham descends from his home into the land of Canaan, given to him by God, where he dwells as a sojourner, as does his son Isaac and his grandson Jacob. Jacob's name is changed to Israel, and through the agency of his son Joseph, the children of Israel descend into Egypt, 70 people in all with their households, and God promises them a future of greatness. It ends with Israel in Egypt, ready for the coming of Moses and the Exodus. The narrative is punctuated by a series of covenants with God, successively narrowing in scope from all mankind (the covenant with Noah) to a special relationship with one people alone (Abraham and his descendants through Isaac and Jacob).
  6. 6. Cooking the grenade.. • James Briscione, a culinary expert, says among the recipes they've developed with X is Vietnamese apple kebab. He says X surprised them with an unusual flavour combination for the dish. • "Chicken, pork, mushrooms, strawberries and apples all share this one flavour compound," Briscione says. The chemical compound "gamma-Dodecalactone [is] shared by all five ingredients and it makes them a really fascinating match," he says. • Briscione says the dish is a hit.This is an excerpt of Bon Apetite a restaurant in a certain Tech company. Who is the chef at Bon Apetite?
  7. 7. IBM WATSON
  8. 8. TOYINGAROUND.. • In 1943, Navy engineer Richard James was trying to figure out how to use springs to keep the sensitive instruments aboard ships from rocking themselves to death, when he knocked one of his prototypes over. Instead of crashing to the floor, it gracefully sprang downward, and then righted itself. So pointless — so nimble — so ________. The spring became a goofy toy of many childhoods—that is before every kid inevitably gets theirs all twisted up and ruins it. 300 million sold worldwide!
  9. 9. SLINKY
  10. 10. QUITE A LADY!! • She is the wife of Ashok Patel. • UK-based businessman Puneetk Agarwal has tried to bring back the character ___ ___ in the form of an animated movie titled ___ ___ Movie which released for online viewing on 4th May 2013. • The filmmaker Ram Gopal Verma is reported to be making a cinema movie bringing ___ ___'s character to celluloid.
  11. 11. CENSORED!
  12. 12. A SLANG,YOU SAY? • A ___ is a supernatural being in Norse mythology and Scandinavian folklore. • In Internet slang, a ___ is a person who sows discord on the Internet by starting arguments or upsetting people, by posting inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community (such as a forum, chat room, or blog), either accidentally or with the deliberate intent of provoking readers into an emotional response or of otherwise disrupting normal on- topic discussion.
  13. 13. YOU JUST GOTTROLLED!!
  14. 14. WHY SO SERIOUS…SINGSOMETHING!
  15. 15. JINGLE ALL THE WAY
  16. 16. BRIEFING • IMF agent Ethan Hunt has been sent on a mission to retrieve and destroy the supply of a genetically created disease called 'Chimera'. His mission is made impossible due to the fact that he is not the only person after samples of the disease. Time is not only running out for Agent Hunt to find and destroy 'Chimera' before the terrorists get their hands on it, but he must also find 'Bellerophon' so as to save his love interest who has already become infected by the disease from a terrible and rapid death. • 5 Minimalist Posters • Written round • +10 for each correct answer • +10 if you get all the 5 right
  17. 17. Let’s teach the cubs howits done!!!
  18. 18. Let’s start with something AWESOME!!
  19. 19. THAT’S HEROIC!
  20. 20. WHO’S THAT? !?
  21. 21. NATURE’S CALL…..
  22. 22. JUST ONE?
  23. 23. EXCHANGEYOUR MISSIONREPORTS
  24. 24. GOT AGALAXYTO WATCHOVER..
  25. 25. WHY DID KATTAPAKILL BAHU??
  26. 26. BELIEVE ME..THERENO ONE UNDER YOUR BED
  27. 27. AWWWW….THATHURTS..
  28. 28. GUILTY/ NOT GUILTY….THAT’SDHRISHYAM..
  29. 29. MISSIONSTATEMENT • Super-spy Ethan Hunt has retired from active duty to train new IMF agents. But he is called back into action to confront the toughest villain he's ever faced - Owen Davian, an international weapons and information provider with no remorse and no conscience. • +15/-10 on pounce • +10/0 on pounce • Anti-Clockwise
  30. 30. Bookish… • Leonardo Pisa published a book Liber Abaci (Book of calculation) in 1202. Part of the book was dedicated to Understanding Indian numerals, but part of it was a textbook of word problems and solutions. • One of the problems, rephrased a bit, was “How many pairs of rabbits can be produced in a year from a single pair if each pair produces a new pair every month, each new pair reproduces starting at the age of one month, and rabbits never die”. What did this question give rise to?
  31. 31. It’s Serie(ou)s • His other name was Fibonacci . • Gave rise to Fibonacci series .
  32. 32. Wherein the sevenworlds…. • This an all-female parody pop group, self- labelled "the one and only High Energy Rock Band" • Id the place where this music video was shot.Or give me the name of group • Video o the next slide
  33. 33. Wherein the sevenworlds….
  34. 34. It’s nerdy… • At CERN • Les Horribles Cernettes • a melancholy song about the lonely nights endured by the girlfriend of a high energy physicist I gave you a golden ring to show you my love You went to stick it in a printed circuit To fix a voltage leak in your collector You plug my feelings into your detector You never spend your nights with me You don't go out with other girls either You only love your collider Your collider
  35. 35. That’s a thoughtful gift!! • X is supposed to be one of the greatest scientist on the 20th century. This danish scientist was loved by all his countrymen. When he won the nobel prize in 1922, the Carlsberg brewery gave him a gift – a house located next to the brewery. And the best perk of the house? It had a direct pipeline to the brewery so that X had free beer on tap whenever he wanted. • Some theories suggest that X kept his mind supple and flexible, ready to accept new ideas when his peers like Einstein couldn’t because being drunk improved his creativity. It prevented his mind from being able to focus, so it more readily drifted from one connection to another, which can yield creative solutions to problems. • Who is this lucky (!!!) scientist?
  36. 36. Aint so Boring.. • Neils Bohr
  37. 37. That’s quitea long list…. • X established many institutes which are of international repute. Most notable among them are the Nehru Foundation for Development in Ahmadabad,He helped establish the Physical Research Laboratory (PRL). X set up Ahmedabad Textiles Industrial Research Association (ATIRA), which helped the booming textiles business in Ahmedabad. He also set up the Center for Environmental Planning and Technology (CEPT). Not stopping with all these, he went ahead and set up the Blind Men Association(BMA). Along with his wife Mrinalini, he founded the Darpana Academy of Performing Arts. Other well-known institutions established by X include the Faster Breeder Test Reactor (FBTR) in Kalpakkam, Variable Energy Cyclotron Project in Calcutta, Electronics Corporation of India Limited (ECIL) in Hyderabad and Uranium Corporation of India Limited (UCIL) in Jaduguda, Jharkhand. • X yaaru?
  38. 38. AN ICON _/_
  39. 39. IF YOU HAVE NO IDEA…..PASS! • This mountain pass lies in the Aravalli Mountain Range of Rajasthan. • The soil in the entire area of the pass has a distinctive yellow colour due to the presence of large amounts of iron compounds. • What is the name of this pass, which became very famous in Indian history in the year 1576 AD?
  40. 40. YELLOWYELOW, DIRTYFELLOW!
  41. 41. LASTBULLET • In the US Army, the primary operational element of a Special Forces Company is a Special Forces Operational Element Alpha (SFOD-A). Each comprises 12 Special Forces soldiers : 2 officers and 10 sergeants - all Special Forces qualified, cross-trained in different skills and multi-lingual. They can infiltrate their area of operations by land, air or sea. They can operate for an indefinite period of time in a hostile area with little or no support, truly forming a self-sustaining "detachment". • By what name do we better know them?
  42. 42. ATLAST….WEMEET…
  43. 43. BRIEFING • In the fourth installment of the Mission Impossible series, Ethan Hunt and a new team race against time to track down Hendricks, a dangerous terrorist who has gained access to Russian nuclear launch codes and is planning a strike on the United States. • +10/-10 for each question • All the questions connect to a single theme • Points for the connect are mentioned on the slide
  44. 44. +60/0 • X was a Bengali polymath who reshaped who introduced Contextual Modernism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Most famous as the author of ____, literally ”song offerings” and its "profoundly sensitive, fresh and beautiful verse", his poetry was viewed as spiritual and mercurial. A Pirali Brahmin from Calcutta with ancestral gentry roots in Jessore, he started writing as an eight-year-old. At age sixteen, he released his first substantial poems under the pseudonym Bhānusiṃha ("Sun Lion"), which were seized upon by literary authorities as long-lost classics. By 1877 he graduated to his first short stories and dramas, published under his real name. As a humanist, universalist internationalist, and strident nationalist he denounced the British Raj and advocated independence from Britain. As an exponent of the Bengal Renaissance, he advanced a vast canon that comprised paintings, sketches and doodles, hundreds of texts, and some two thousand songs; his legacy endures also in the institution he founded, Visva-Bharati University.
  45. 45. Rabindra Nath Tagore
  46. 46. +50/-10 • His own interpretation of the Seven Deadly Sins were: Wealth without Work, Pleasure without Conscience, Science without Humanity, Knowledge without Character, Politics without Principle, Commerce without Morality, and Worship without Sacrifice. • He was a football aficionado and he founded two football clubs, in Johannesburg and Pretoria, South Africa, both known by name of The Passive Resisters, while he was working there as a lawyer in the rough time period of two decades between 1893-1915. • Pictured on 2 US postage stamps (4¢, 8¢) in the Champions of Liberty series, issued 26 December 1961. • Had 4 sons, in 1888, 1892, 1897, 1900, out of which his eldest son converted to Islam later in life.
  47. 47. Ans.
  48. 48. Whose life is this book based on? +40/-20
  49. 49. +30/-30 • This famous personality inspired Jamsetji Tata to set up a research and educational institution when they travelled together from Yokohama to Chicago on his visit to the West in 1893. Impressed by his views on science and leadership abilities, Tata established IISc in Bangalore and requested this personality to head the institution. But he declined it citing a conflict with his “spiritual interests”. • Identify this famous personality.
  50. 50. Swami Vivekananda
  51. 51. +20/-40 • He was a notable Indian engineer, scholar, statesman and the Diwan of Mysore during 1912 to 1918. • Every year, September 15 is celebrated as Engineer's Day in India in his memory. • Identify him. (Just the surname will do.)
  52. 52. Ans. M Visvesvaraya • The ENGINEER!!!
  53. 53. +10/-50 • After his most famous discovery, he was confident of winning the Nobel Prize in Physics, but was disappointed when the Nobel Prize went to Richardson that year and to de Broglie the next year. He was so confident of winning the prize the next year that he booked tickets in July, even though the awards were to be announced in November, and would scan each day's newspaper for announcement of the prize, tossing it away if it did not carry the news. He did eventually win that year’s Nobel Prize in Physics. • Which famous scientist?
  54. 54. CV Raman
  55. 55. +5/-60 • The X Rifles is the most senior rifle regiment of the Indian Army. It was originally raised in 1921 as part of the British Indian Army, when six previously existing regiments were amalgamated to form six battalions of the 6th X Rifles. The name X Rifles is derived from the Hindi word X which was the old name of Rajasthan. It is based on the Sanskrit word ___ meaning son of a king. • What is X?
  56. 56. Rajputana Rifles
  57. 57. Hostels of IIT BHU
  58. 58. BRIEFING • OOPS…for the sake of those who havn’t watched it yet…GOD is merciful. NO SPOILERS  • Pick your Mission • Differential scoring • +(6-n)*5/-(n)*5 • +10/0 on pounce (feel free to pull the trigger)
  59. 59. YOUR MISSIONS • Etymology • Sci-Tech • Music • Business • Sports • Fantasy NEXT
  60. 60. ETYMOLOGY • When Mary I of Scotland fell ill while on a trip to France in the mid-1500s, she was served a sweet jelly- like concoction made from stewed fruit. At the same time, she overheard the French maids and nurses who were caring for her muttering that “ma’am is unwell” (of course in French), and in her confusion she muddled the two things up—and X as we know it today gained its name. Though this is the most common etymology of the word , it’s completely untrue. • It is actually derived from the Latin words for “honey+apple” denoting fruit “of an apple tree grafted onto quince” which in 17th century was extended to citrus fruits as well.
  61. 61. SO YUMMY • Marmalade (madame est malade) Home
  62. 62. FANTASY • The X is a cube-shaped containment vessel for an Infinity Stone possessing unlimited energy. It contained one of six singularities that predated the universe. Once the universe came into existence, it changed form. It was used by various ancient civilizations before coming into Asgardians hands who brought it to Earth. After the Battle of New York, it was returned to Asgard. The X represents space. • In geometry, the X is the four-dimensional analog of the cube; the X is to the cube as the cube is to the square. Just as the surface of the cube consists of 6 square faces, the hypersurface of the X consists of 8 cubical cells.The X is used widely in fictions such as the movie interstellar for space travel.
  63. 63. UNLEASH THEPOWER • The tesserect. • Home
  64. 64. SCI-TECH • The company was started as Galvin Manufacturing Corporation. • The company's first products were battery-eliminators, devices that enabled battery-powered radios to operate on household electricity. Due to advances in radio technology, battery-eliminators soon became obsolete. Paul Galvin learned that some radio technicians were installing sets in cars. • This business too off and hence Galvin renamed his company to suit his business with cars. • Now this company is known by this name though not for car radios
  65. 65. MOTOR-OLA HOME
  66. 66. BUSINESS • X started a company , which produced tractors from surplus military hardware. • As a car lover and wealthy entrepreneur, X owned a number of sports cars, with the Ferrari 250 GT being one of them. At a certain point, X became frustrated with problems he had with the clutch in his Ferrari. He then went to visit Enzo Ferrari. Enzo Ferrari answered X’s complaints with “the problem is not with the car but with driver!” and went on to advise him to look after his tractors instead. For a mechanical genius and Italian, this kind of answer was not only insulting but an open challenge. • So he started the company X!!
  67. 67. THAT’S DOPE.. HOME
  68. 68. SPORTS • Using tiny plastic balls and a slingshot, the French research team from the École Polytechnique in Palaiseau near Paris varied the velocity and spin of balls travelling through water to trace different trajectories. • While their research quickly confirmed the long known Magnus effect, which gives a spinning ball a curved trajectory, their research revealed fresh insight for spinning balls that are shot over a distance equivalent to this incident • The friction exerted on a ball by its surrounding atmosphere slows it down enough for the spin to take on a greater role in directing the ball's trajectory, thereby allowing the last moment change in direction, and termed it the Snail shell trajectory.
  69. 69. What a Kick!
  70. 70. MUSIC
  71. 71. MALGUDIDAYS

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