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The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) won the Pune leg of the qualifying rounds of the Sweden India Nobel Memorial quiz held on 21st Sept. at Pravara Centre for Management Research and Development.
FTII students Rangoli Agarwal, Kislay and Eeshit Narain were declared winners among 40 other participating teams from well-known colleges and technical institutes across the city. The event was graced by Alexandra Berg Von Linde, second secretary, Embassy of Sweden, New Delhi, and Shishir Joshipura, managing director, SKF India Ltd. The competition is organised every year as part of the Sweden India Nobel Memorial Week to celebrate the spirit of the Swedish innovator, entrepreneur and philanthropist, Alfred Nobel. Winners of the Pune round will now represent the city at the grand finale to be held at IIT, Delhi on October 15. Besides Pune, regional qualifiers will also be held in Mumbai and Delhi during this month and the next. The national winners will get an all expenses paid trip to Sweden comprising visits to headquarters of partner companies, universities and the Nobel Museum.
Courtesy: Times of India
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