Quiz your way to Sweden

RV QuizCorp, RV college of engineering and the Swedish Embassy present the Bangalore finals of Nobel Memorial Quiz 2009 on November 3rd.

In a significant first, The Embassy of Sweden, Delhi, in association with RV QuizCorp, RVCE presents "Sweden India Nobel Memorial Quiz 2009" on November 3rd. The renowned engineering college has joined hands with The Embassy of Sweden to bring to college students a quiz on Alfred Nobel and The Nobel Prize.

Conducted to commemorate the Nobel Week in Sweden, this is one of the many events being organised by the Embassy, in India. This national level quiz is especially exciting as the all-India winners get to go on an all expenses-paid trip to Sweden to visit major Swedish companies. The Bangalore round of the quiz is being organised by RV QuizCorp, The quizzing club of RVCE. This is the first time that an international embassy has ever tied up with an engineering college in the state to conduct an event.

The quiz is being held simultaneously in four cities: Delhi, Pune, Mumbai and Bangalore. RVCE was chosen to host the Bangalore round, thanks to its illustrious reputation in the field of quizzing. QuizCorp alumnus Nitish Khadiya will host the quiz which is being held on the RVCE Campus on November 3rd, 2009 at 1.30 PM.

Siri Srinivas will be live blogging the quiz here on 3rd Nov.  Watch this space!

Participation is open to all Under-Graduation and Post-Graduation college students and teams must comprise of three members from the same college. Participating teams can register for the event by sending an e-mail include the team members’ names and their college. For further details click here  or call Merin Mandanna at 9945754068.

About RVCE
RV College of Engineering is the state’s foremost engineering college. It has also been listed as one of the top ten private engineering colleges in the country.

About RV QuizCorp
RV QuizCorp is the twelve year old quizzing club of RVCE. It is famous for churning out some of the nation’s best quizzers and quiz masters. RVCE is the only institution in the country to have sent three teams to the prestigious BBC University Challenge Quiz hosted by Siddharth Basu on BBC World. RV QuizCorp is also known for its signature quizzing fest, Under the Peepal Tree, India’s largest quiz fest.


  1. Merin Mandanna says:

    Wonderful experiment!
    Great job, Siri and Citizen Matters! 🙂

  2. Sumit Thukral says:

    Visit the new official website for Sweden India Nobel Memorial Quiz 2011


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