2nd MASTERMIND QUIZ – CLASSES IV-V (23 JAN 2020)
The 2nd edition of the Mastermind G.K Quiz event was organised by the junior wing of TAFS for the students of classes IV & V on 23 January 2020. While quiz events are an interesting way to enhance student learning they also help build teamwork and critical thinking.
Keeping these objectives in mind, two preliminary written rounds of G.K were conducted for all students of classes IV and V during the year 2019-20. The winners of these rounds were selected to form 5 teams of 4 students each (2 from class IV and 2 from class V).
On 23 Jan 2020, these 5 teams named Ganga, Narmada, Yamuna, Krishna and Saraswati, participated in the 2nd edition of the ‘The Mastermind Quiz’. The students’ excitement was contagious and the room was buzzing with anticipation. After the Quiz master explained the rules for the quiz, 8 fun filled rounds were conducted for all the teams.
While the teams battled it out on the stage, the enthusiastic audience was also very much part of the Quiz fever. The quiz master posed some interesting questions to the audience and special prizes were given to those students who were able to answer the questions correctly. The teachers also took part with full fervour.
Our special guest Wg Cdr. Pushpa Thakur, ED TAFS and Ms. Amita Gupta, the Principal gave away the prizes to the winning team and runners’ up team. The Krishna Team were declared the champions and were awarded trophies, certificates, books, maps and crayon packets. The team comprised of Sudiksha Singh (V B), Shreyas Sahoo (V B), Apurv Singh (IV B) and Vidhaan Gupta (IV B)
The Second prize winners were the Saraswati team with Aarav Chauhan (V A), Shaurya Pratap Singh (V A), Samrat Kalonia (IV A) and Saanvi Shah (IV A) as members who took away certificates, books and crayon packets as prizes. The Narmada team also won the second prize and the proud team members Simrit Singh (V D), Vitasta Pathak (V D), Aastha Yadav (IV D) and Abhinav Gopi (IV D) were awarded certificates, books and crayon packets.
All participants were awarded with appreciation certificates and crayon packets.