Online Quiz Competition: GRILLING THE DECADE by GGSIPU NSS CELL 

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Greetings from GGSIPU NSS CELL 

This year, we all waited for the rise of 2021 ever since the lockdown restricted our movements. Now we stand at the corner of this year and find it fancy how we endured all the ups and downs of 2020. The year taught us to prioritize hygiene, self-care, resurfacing ourselves, etc. NSS GGSIPU is here again to bid a small adieu to this year.

On this very occasion, NSS CELL, GGSIPU proudly announces quiz competition “Grilling The Decade”.

Eligibility: OPEN FOR ALL STUDENTS                                                            FREE REGISTRATION

❖ Competition Details:
● There will be 3 rounds in the Quiz.
● Round 1 and round 2 will be qualifying rounds.
● Only 12 students will be screened-In for Round 2.
● Only 4 students will be screened-In for Round 3.

❖ Theme:
1. The year 2020: Everything you should know.
2. Remembering the Twenty Tens: Happenings of the last decade.
3. Tribute to the ones we lost this year: Revisiting their everlasting legacy.

Dates: 5th-7th January, 2021

❖ Prizes:
1. Attractive prizes worth Rs. 2000.
2. Participation & Merit certificates.

❖Register Here:-

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeTTLhhTwkQvY0H8lJaApp_cWaWgkO6wSh49IXFfgwAdlrtGw/viewform

 

Thanks & Regards,

Prof. B.V. Ramana Reddy

Professor,  USIC&T

NSS Program Coordinator, GGSIPU NSS Cell.

Dr. Shivani Goswami 

Professor, USLLS

Program Officer- Unit G (NSS),

GGSIPU NSS CELL

Dr. Rakesh K Handa 

Assistant Professor, USLLS

Program Officer- Unit F (NSS),

GGSIPU NSS CELL

Contact: 

Student Convenor: Mr. Yashdeep Lakra (Head Boy)  

                                       Mail: [email protected] 

 

Student Coordinators:  1. Mr. Shubham Rawat 

                                       Contact No.- +91 9319331511

                                   

  1. Ms. Ananya Pandey   

                                        Contact No.- +91 9928996876

 

 

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