TAPMI team wins regional round of quiz

Our Bureau Mangalore | Updated on March 12, 2018 Published on March 25, 2013

Venkat and Eldrich from T.A. Pai Management Institute (TAPMI) have won the Manipal regional round of the Tata Crucible Campus Quiz 2013.

Purvabh Surana and Sateendra Dey from Manipal Institute of Technology were the runners-up of the Manipal round.

A press release said here that the regional round of this inter-collegiate business quiz was conducted in Manipal on March 22. The winning team of this business quiz won a cash prize of Rs 75,000 and the runners-up Rs 35,000.

Over 85 teams participated in the Manipal regional round of Tata Crucible Campus Quiz 2013.

Apart from T.A. Pai Management Institute and Manipal Institute of Technology, other four teams comprised of Vignesh and Dany Thomas of NMAM Institute of Technology, Pranav J. and Karthik Bhat of National Institute of Technology Karnataka (NITK), Chaitanya and Arpit Jain from NITK and Anindita and Soumya of Manipal Institute of Technology.

The release said that the regional winners will participate in the zonal finals in their respective zones. The zonal finals will be conducted in Mumbai (West Zone), New Delhi (North Zone), Kolkata (East Zone) and Bangalore (South Zone).

The national finals will be held in Mumbai on April 14, the release added.

Published on March 25, 2013

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