The team won annual scholarship of Rs. 2.16 lakh in the regional rounds of Indias biggest inter-college quiz contest
Christ (Deemed to be University) qualifies for the Grand Finale at Mumbai in March, 2019
423 teams from various colleges in Karnataka participated in this competition
17 teams from regional rounds to battle among each other in the Grand Finale
Bengaluru March, 2019: The team of Christ (Deemed to be University) emerged victorious at the regional rounds of Indias biggest inter-college quiz contest – Numero YONO held in Bengaluru recently. Christ (Deemed to be University) team bagged annual scholarship of Rs. 2.16 lakh that witnessed participation of 423 teams from multiple colleges in the state. The first runner up of this competition was PES University that won annual scholarship of Rs. 1.44 lakh whereas BMS College of Engineering was the second runner up which received a onetime amount of Rs. 12000.
Christ (Deemed to be University) team shines in Numero YONO by SBI
‘Numero YONO’ – presented by State Bank of India, is conducted across all 17 cities where SBI Local Head Offices are located. In the Grand Finale, 17 teams from 17 cities will compete with each other for the top spot to win the total scholarship of Rs. 5.76 lakh at Mumbai in March, 2019.
The 17 cities include Ahmedabad, Amravati, Bengaluru, Bhubaneshwar, Bhopal, Chandigarh, Chennai, Delhi, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Patna, Pune and Thiruvananthpuram.
Rajnish Kumar, Chairman, SBI said, We would like to congratulate the winning team of Christ (Deemed to be University). Also we want to thank all the teams for their whole-hearted participation in Numero YONO to make this a successful event. We hope that by taking part in this contest, students took away enriching experience of learning and strong team spirit.
In the last few months SBI under its comprehensive digital service platform YONO has come up with diverse youth engagement initiatives. Numero YONO is yet another initiative by the bank to reinforce the brand recall for YONO among its stakeholders.
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