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WWF, TRAFFIC To Conduct Online Quiz

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WWF, TRAFFIC To conduct Wildlife QuizThe Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has tied up with WWF India and TRAFFIC India to conduct an online quiz, “Wild Wisdom” as an encouragement to the students to know more about wide life conservation. The quiz is open to all Indian students in the age group of 11 and 13 years. The quiz will be conducted at three levels and participants need to qualify for level I and II in order to reach the final level. Finally, top 10 participants will be awarded prizes.

Quizzes lik “Wild Wisdom” gives students an opportunity to delve deeper into the repertoire of wild life that India has and develop pride in this legacy, apart from encouragement to learning outside the classroom.

Each level of the quiz will be on for a week (10am and 5pm). To participate, students will need to log on with their ‘user name’ and ‘password’ provided. Level I of the quiz was conducted from August 27 to September 2. There are two further levels to be conducted now. All those participants who have qualified for level I, will get a chance to move on to the next levels.

Level II will be conducted from September 10 to September 16 and will have 20 questions to be completed within a time frame of 10 minutes. Once the stipulated time limit is over, the quiz will be timed out. A participant has to score at least 60% or get at least 12 answers right to qualify for the next level.

Level III will be conducted from October 1 to October 7 and will have 25 questions to be completed within a time frame of 10 minutes. The final winners will be selected on the basis of maximum number of correct answers. In case of a tie, a lucky draw will be held to select the final 10 winners. The winners will receive ‘goody bags.’ Also, their names and photographs will be published on the WWF-India website. For details, log on to wwfindia.org and cbse.nic.in

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