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Lex Quizzerables, the Quiz Club of the Institute, today conducted its annual edition of Quiz Competition, Virtuoso.

Quizzes, more often than not, challenge our minds to focus and spontaneously respond back to the question at hand. It creates an ambience, where people of all age groups come together, and compete to win the coveted title.

The Quiz was conducted in two stages, the Preliminary Round, which saw the participation of the entire college. The Top Scoring 16 students, qualified to the semi-final rounds which were subsequently held in the Multi-purpose Hall (MPH). The Semi-Finalists were grouped into eight teams, two members each. The Semi-Finals was just a mere glimpse of the spectacle of questions that awaited the participants who further qualified to the Final Round.

The following set of teams made it to the Final Round(s):
  • ·         Ankit & Sourav – III Year
  • ·         Omvir (II Year) & Ajit (III Year)
  • ·         Devrat (I Year) & Rajendra (II Year)
  • ·         Akash (I Year) & Gaurav Redhal (III Year)

The Competition had a variety of rounds, from Audio-Visual to Multiple Choice Questions, and a dedicated round for the excited audience. Quiz Master for the day, Dr. Ajaymeet Chander, made the competition, a real success. The diversity of the questions ensured that the minds of the participants were grilled on various fields of knowledge. Not to forget the members of the Quiz Club, Shantanu Singh (II Year) & Shashank Mishra (II Year), without whose efforts, the competition couldn’t have been organised in a fashionable manner.

The Final Round was judged by Dr. Amrita Rathi & Ms. Dipinder, who were assisted by the Dispute Resolution Committee consisting of Mrs Amita Sharma, Dr. Bajirao Rajawade & Ms. Ekjyot Kaur whose decision was final and binding in case of any conflict.

All the four teams put up a great show, the spirit of competitiveness was commendable as there had to be a Tie-Breaker Round for the Runner’s up position. Team comprising of Ankit & Sourav, were adjudged as winners of the competition and awarded a cash prize of Rs. 2500/- followed by Runner’s Up, Omvir & Ajit bagging a cash prize of 1500/-.

Not to forget the enthusiastic audience, without whose participation the competition wouldn’t have been possible, as they kept the participants on their toes, by answering the passed on questions. Dr. Tejinder Kaur, Principal, Army Institute of Law was also present to witness the rounds at the MPH. She congratulated the teams and handed over the prize money to the winners and the runners up.


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