Q 1. Identify
Q 2. Who is considered as the father of English poetry?
Q 3. The world’s first university based executive education was created in1931 at MIT under the sponsorshipwhich stalwart of GM?
Q 4. Which country’s currency is nicknamed as “LOONIE” for the image of an aquatic bird on its $1 coin ?
Q 5. The predecessors of this company were Finnish Rubber Works Ltd (Suomen Gummitehdas Oy) and Finnish Cable Works Ltd (Suomen Kaapelitehdas Oy). Founded by Leo Mechelin and mining engineer Fredrik Idestam. It’s head office located by the Gulf of Finland in Keilaniemi, Espoo. What is the name of the company?
Q 6. This is the logo of Jackson Power. They are market leaders and the largest producers of what in India?
Q 7. This is a limited edition watch by the luxury watch maker Jerome Romain. What’s special about this series of watches?
Q 8. This is the old logo of a very famous company. Identify.
Q 9. Who uses this Mercedes Benz car exclusively designed for him?
Q 10. Identify the person and his famous venture.
Ans 1. Bipan Chandra, famous author of books on history of India.
Ans 2. Geoffrey Chaucer
Ans 3. Sloan University
Ans 4. Canada – The two dollar coin is called Toonie. “Toonie” is a portmanteau word combining the number “two” with the name of the loonie, Canada’s one-dollar coin.
Ans 5. Nokia. The company’s name came from the Nokianvirta river, nearby which the factories were located. Some old logos of Nokia are shown below.
Ans 6. Silent Generators
Ans 7. This is a series of watches made from the remnants of the famous ship Titanic.
Ans 8. Cadbury
Ans 9. The vehicle is called ‘Popemobile’ and is used by the Pope of the Vatican City.
Ans 10.Sanjeev Narula, founder of the kidswear brand, Lilliput.