The final day to register for the National Round for Indian Schools is July 31, 2023. For registration, go here.
With their innovative project, THINQ, one of the largest quiz competitions, G20, Indian Navy, and Navy Welfare and Wellness Association (NWWA) encourage schools nationwide to participate in the celebration of “Azadi ka Amrit Kaal” & India’s G20 Presidency!
The fascinating quiz show G20 THINQ strives to provide the best young brains, the future leaders of our nation, a glimpse into the Indian Navy. Participants will demonstrate their knowledge and intellect while fostering a sense of patriotism and national pride.
More than 10,000 schools from all around India are being invited by the Indian Navy to take part in THINQ – 23. There would be two rounds: a national round and then an international round in which the G20 (+09) nations would take part.
The competition starts off with interesting quiz rounds and concludes with an all-sponsored trip to Mumbai for the semifinals for the top 16 teams. The National Finals would take place at Mumbai’s Gateway of India. The “Indian Team” for the international round at India Gate, New Delhi, will be made up of the top two quiz takers.
Win fun prizes and presents.
All kids will receive certificates of particular gratitude for their participation and accomplishments. The victors of this exclusive event will get exciting rewards that will highlight their extraordinary performance and commitment.
Get to know and converse with sailors
Teams that qualify will get the chance to speak with uniformed members of the Navy and learn more about the fascinating world of naval operations aboard warships, submarines, and naval aircraft.
Registration is currently available. The last day for registrations is July 31, 2023. A single team per school may sign up. Two pupils make up the team, along with a teacher who will be their companion.
Online Round One Elimination:
Early September 2023. Top 50% of Teams will advance to the second round of elimination based on score and time.
Online Round II Elimination: Mid-September 2023
The top 50% of teams will advance to the next round or quarterfinals depending on score and time taken.
Quarterfinals online: September 2023 deadline
The top 16 teams, determined by score and amount of time required, advance to the semifinals.
Mumbai hosts the semifinals on November 17, 2023
Two semi-finals of eight teams each will be formed from the top 16 teams from the quarterfinals. The top 4 teams from each semifinal will advance to the national championship.
National Finals are on November 18, 2023, in Delhi
There will be one winner and two teams crowned as first and second runners up. The “Indian team” would be made up of the three top quizzers (two main quizzers and one standby), who would be chosen by a jury made up of a homogeneous group of service officers, academics, and professionals to compete in the international round.
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