Reaffirming its domination in quizzing in the eastern India, XIMB defended its title as the Tata Crucible Corporate
Quiz Regional winner at the Bhubaneswar leg of the quiz held on
23 September. XIMB Professor Subhasis Ray and M.N. Tripathi displayed a great depth of knowledge and went on to win the coveted title for the second time in a row.
will now compete in the Zonal finals to be held in Kolkata on 4 October.
The 12th edition of the Tata Crucible Quiz saw many organisations participating in the Bhubaneswar edition. XIMB team started as one of the
favorites thanks to their performance last year. This year, the professor duo got down to business from the very beginning and dominated the quiz for most of the time. The team defeated corporate teams like TCS, Infosys and
The supremacy of XIMB when it comes to quizzing can be gauged from the fact that in last 6 editions of the Tata Crucible Corporate Quiz (Bhubaneswar), it has featured in the top two positions 5 times and
winning the title 3 times. Prof. Ray has won the competition in 2010 and 2014 apart from finishing second in 2013 for XIMB. Similarly, Prof. Tripathi was part of the XIMB team that finished as runners up in 2012. The victory this
year will further boost the quizzing culture in the top B School of the state.
XIMB, a 28 years old business school of global repute is the Flagship School of Xavier University. Inspired by
the Jesuit spirit of 'Magis', or excellence, XIMB strives to be a premier institute globally recognized for management education, training, research, and consulting that help build a just and humane society. The Institute today has
become widely recognized for its excellence in imparting management education. It is counted among the leading management institutions in the country.
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Xavier Institute of Management
Xavier Square, Bhubaneswar - 751 013, Odisha
Tel: 0674-3012345 Fax: 0674-2300995
Web: http://www.ximb.ac.in, http://www.xub.edu.in
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