More than 5000 teachers across the country participated in the Quest 2022 hosted by 'Ideas That Matter' of Shoolini University.
Solan, August 8
The grand finale of ‘Quest 2022’, the largest quiz for schoolteachers, hosted by ‘Ideas That Matter’ of Shoolini University, proved to be a memorable and exciting event. More than 5,000 teachers across the country participated in the show.
Dhirender Sharma, a teacher from Bal Bharti Public School, Pitampura, Delhi, lifted the overall trophy while Patanjali Nandan Chaturvedi from Bal Bharti Public School, Rohini and Neeraj Thakur from Government Senior Secondary School, Dhalli, Shimla, got the second and third positions, respectively. The winners received an iPad and the runners-up won Samsung smartphones. The other finalists got Amazon gift cards worth Rs 5,000 each.
After initial rounds, 15 teachers from top schools like Bal Bharati, Mayo College, Ajmer, made it to the semi-finals and six to the grand finale.
At the grand finale, Shoolini University Chancellor Prof PK Khosla, Pro Chancellor Vishal Anand, Vice Chancellor Prof Atul Khosla and President, Innovation and Marketing, Ashish Khosla, were the chief guests.
The participants were divided into four groups. In the semi-finals, there were four rounds with innovative names like Hint Mint, Bollywood Bouncer, Visual Round, Rapid Fire, and Hunt the Option. To add to the excitement, there was an audience question as well.
Neetu Kapoor from the Police DAV School, Jalandhar; Rashmi Upadhyay from Bal Bharati, Annupur; Manisha Sinha from Allen House Public School, Panki Kanpur; Neeraj Thakur from GSSS, Dhalli Shimla; Gagandeep Sharma from Ahlcon International School, and others participated in the semi-finals (East Delhi).
Quiz masters Mihir Sharma, Nancy Chandel, and Palak Sharma conducted an exciting and challenging semi-final round. Only six teachers, Patanjali Nandan Chaturvedi from Bal Bharti Public School, Rohini, Neeraj Thakur from Government Sen Sec School, Rekha Devi from Vivekanand Public Senior Secondary School, Rashmi Uppadhyay from Bal Bharti Public School, Dhirender Sharma from Bal Bharti Public School, Pitampura, and Mohit Kumar from Mayo College, Ajmer, made it to the finals.
Chief guest Professor Atul Khosla and guest of honour Pro Chancellor Vishal Anand awarded certificates and gifts to the winners.