Tumakuru: Little Rock Indian School students declared rural IT quiz state champions

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Tumakuru, Oct 17: Vishwas Adiga and Clifton D'Silva, class XI students of Little Rock Indian School, Brahmavar, recently,  bagged the state championship at the state final round of the prestigious rural IT quiz, held at Siddaganga Institute of Technology (SIT), here. In all, 32 teams vied for the finals.

The rural IT quiz is jointly hosted by IT, BT and Science and Technology department of Government of Karnataka and TCS. It has been held annually in the state, since its inception in 2000.

The Little Rock team won the quiz in a dramatic manner by answering seven questions, bagging 700 points in the last eight questions of the last round of the quiz sending the audience into a frenzy.

This team is now eligible for competing in the national finals to be held in Bengaluru in November, along with the winners of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra and Chattisgarh.

Vishwas Adiga and Clifton D'Silva, had bagged the regional championship at Mysuru earlier.

Little Rock Indian School has created a record by winning the state championship, six times since 2000, and the national championship once, and national runners up once in the prestigious Limca book record quiz.

Dr John Thomas, principal congratulated the students and teachers who trained them.


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