DPS Srinagar wins GVEI Sgr's annual business quiz The Quizzard
DPS Srinagar wins GVEI Sgr's annual business quiz The Quizzard

Green Valley Educational Institute (GVEI) Srinagar held a business quiz competition on October 21. The purpose of the tournament was to evaluate students’ critical thinking, creativity, innovation, and real-world experience.

Twelve of the valley’s most prestigious schools, including Delhi Public School (DPS) Srinagar, Delhi Public School (DPS) Anantnag, Caset School, Government Boys Higher Secondary Soura, Government Higher Secondary School Khaniyar, Islamia Higher Secondary School, SRM Welkin School Sopore, SP School Srinagar, Green Valley Educational Institute, Green Land School, Kashmir Harvard, and Army Public School, all took part in the event.


The tournament consisted of five demanding rounds, with each round including three difficult questions for each participating team. In all, there were 10 teams that competed. The grand finale, on the other hand, had two challenging questions for each of the contending groups, which raised the stakes.

Principal GVEI M. D. Zargar gave a speech to the attendees of the event, during which he explained the major motivation for organising such a tournament. He emphasised the need to get pupils involved in activities that took place outside of the limits of the classroom in order to better prepare them for future challenges and contests.

“We want to groom the students for the future, as such events provide invaluable exposure to students, equipping them to tackle the challenges that lie ahead,” stated the president.
As the thrilling finish of the game drew near, Delhi Public School (DPS) Srinagar emerged victorious and secured the first-place spot. Both the host school, Green Valley Educational Institute, and Kashmir Harvard School demonstrated their knowledge and talents to take second and third place, respectively, in the competition. Green Valley Educational Institute took home the second-place trophy.

Bashir Masoudi, Chairman of the Srinagar Chapter of the Cost Accountants of India, was the guest of honour, and Prof. G.M. Sangmi, Head of the Department of Commerce at Kashmir University, was the chief uest.

Both of the visitors urged the kids to continually improve themselves and acquire new talents so that they may be competitive in the modern world. In addition to that, they concentrated on disseminating information about available employment prospects, particularly in the sphere of trade.
They congratulated the school that was hosting the event on its successful organisation and urged other schools to think of innovative methods to engage kids in learning topics in settings other than classrooms.

The intellectual capacities of the students who took part in this business quiz competition were put to the test, and the event also served as a platform for the participating schools to encourage healthy competition and collaborative learning.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here