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Participate in Know India Quiz and win prizes

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Bharat Ko Janiye Quiz (Know India Quiz) is being organised by Government of India.  It is open to both India and foreign nationals. Interested participants can register online at www.bharatkojaniye.in before September 15, 2018.  

 

The 1st round of quiz is scheduled from September 16 to September 30, 2018.  


Participation is free. 

 
All information regarding registration, application and guidelines are available on the website www.bharatkojaniye.in. 

 
Topics of the Quiz include – Indian Art, Indian Democracy, Economy, Geography, Personalities in Music and Dance, Science & Technology, Languages & Literature, Education, Tradition of Indian Crafts, Indian Cinema, and Renowned Personalities.  

 

Top 10 winners from the first two rounds will be invited to participate in the third round (Semifinal) and fourth round (Final round) in New Delhi. They will be taken on a 15 day tour of India as well


The entire quiz consists of four rounds. The first and second round would be conducted online.  


The third and fourth round (Semifinal and Final) would be held in New Delhi.  


Top 10 winners from the first two rounds will be invited to participate in the third round (Semifinal) and fourth round (Final round) in New Delhi.  


They will be taken on a 15 day tour of India as well.  


The final winners will be awarded Gold/Silver/Bronze medals.  

 

 

For further   information contact 
cons.colombo@mea.gov.in.  

 

  Comments - 1

  • aqeel Monday, 17 September 2018 12:59 AM

    I want a prize please


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