JAMMU: Jodhamal quizzers have once again proved their mettle in the quizzing arena by their exceptional performance in the online National INTACH Quiz Competition.
The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) was founded in 1984 in New Delhi with the vision to spearhead heritage awareness and conservation in India. Today INTACH is recognized as one of the world’s largest heritage organizations, with over 190 Chapters across the Country. In the past 31 years INTACH has pioneered the conservation and preservation of not just our natural and built heritage but intangible heritage as well.
In the city round four top teams qualified for the city finals with Jodhamal quizzers leading the tally with highest points.
Team Jodhamal comprising of Swayambhu and Lakshya Singh Sambyal both class 10th students emerged as winners of the regional finals by sealing the top slot .The regional finals saw teams from across the north India.
The quiz questions comprised of a mixture of National and Local heritage.
The national finalists Jodhamal Public School came out as the runners up at the national Semi-finals. In the national Semis, teams from across the country locked their horns for the title.
Principal of Jodhamal Public School, Dr Deep Khare and Trustee NandanKuthiala congratulated the team on its success and wished the team good luck for the upcoming quizzes.
This was another achievement of the quizzers from Jodhamal School. Just before the on – set of the COVID pandemic, Jodhamal school team had won the very prestigious India Today, NewsWiz Quiz, which is the largest school quiz in Asia. Jodhamal School also regularly host ‘InQUIZitive – THE JODHAMAL QUIZ’.