Quiz Contest: INNQUIZZITIVE Aug 24th 2019

The inter community quiz contest organised by Inner Wheel Club of Bangalore IT Corridor in association with Forum Neighbourhood Mall and Community Partner Whitefield Rising is just 2 weeks away!

Date : August 24th
Time: 3 pm onwards
Venue: Forum Neighbourhood Mall, Whitefield.

The first of its kind in Whitefield, the event has a youth and adult category, 3 to a team.

– The event is open to communities and the workplace too!
– Encourage your teens to participate in the youth section, forming a team either with friends from the community or from schools for this cause.
– Get 3 enthusiastic participants and you are ready to go!
– Any number of teams from a community, and a prize for maximum participation from a community too.

Do spread the word and register for this fun quiz. Guaranteed entertainment and enlightenment!

Funds raised from ‘INNQUIZZITIVE’ will go to the renovation of a Govt. Lower Primary School in Anekal Taluk, about 8 km from Forum Mall. The school is in a dilapidated condition, with a strength of about 50 children; no access to running water, toilets, and no basic play area.

Nominal registration, fabulous prizes.

Do read the poster for all the guidelines and rules and important information. Please use the following link to register. Please share widely.

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