Inter-corporate quiz competion

BANGALORE: As a part of the Oil and Gas Conservation Fortnight, Indian Oil Corporation in association with Concern India Foundation hosted ‘The Mind Fuel’ an inter-corporate quiz competition o

Published: 24th January 2012 04:58 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:21 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: As a part of the Oil and Gas Conservation Fortnight, Indian Oil Corporation in association with Concern India Foundation hosted ‘The Mind Fuel’ an inter-corporate quiz competition on Sunday at Crowne Plaza Bengaluru, Electronics City.

The quiz was based on the theme of environment and  questions were based on films, books, music and  literature among other things. This was done primarily to ignite the ‘Mind fuel’  with an underlying message to save

natural resources.

This was an effort by Indian Oil Corporation to generate awareness on saving fuel and resources.

 Many leading corporates  sent delegations to participate in this quiz. The message of Oil and Gas conservation was effectively communicated in an interesting and interactive way.  

Nilanjan Choudhury, theatre enthusiast, writer,  IIT (Kanpur) and IIM (Ahmedabad) alumni was present on the occasion.

Devjyoti Ghosh, Arun Kumar B and Kshira Saagar S from Mu Sigma and a mixed corporate team called Bangalore Masala bagged the prizes on offer.

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