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Sixth edition of the annual UAE Quiz Masters Tournament, the UAE’s largest inter-school quiz competition, will be held at Credence High School in Al Khail, Dubai, on Thursday. More than 100 students from various schools across the UAE are expected to participate.
Adittya Nath Mubayi, ace quizmaster, knowledge entrepreneur and an author from India, will host the nation-wide Quiz Masters Tournament, themed ‘Sports’ this year, for students of grades 8 to 10, aged 13 to 16.
Commenting on the quiz tournament, Abdulla Nalapad, Chairman of Credence High School, said, “We focus on empowering students with the real-life skills and knowledge gaining by practicing creative thought processes and analytical thinking, apart from the academic studies. Our objective of conducting this ‘mind sport’ is to motivate students to look beyond their textual knowledge and promote a ‘fun way’ to learn by encouraging students to ‘think out of the box’.”
Deepika Thapar Singh, CEO-Principal of Credence High School, said, “Teams from schools of different curricula across the UAE participate. We have had more than 25 schools participating. Every year, we conduct the programme covering local and international current events; but focusing on a specific area so that the participants would be able to get an in-depth knowledge in such topics.”
In the quiz tournament, each participating school can send a team, comprising of three students. The preliminary sessions will begin at 9am with written eliminations, gradually moving towards the top eight teams in the semi-finals, followed by the top four teams in the finals. Winning and Runner-Up schools will take away the Rolling Trophies besides giveaways to be presented to participants.
The quizmaster Mubayi is a highly respected knowledge entrepreneur and has conducted more than 3500 quiz shows on stage, TV, radio and social media across the world.
Credence High School, a consistently ‘Good’ rated CBSE curriculum school by the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), Dubai, is home to students from over 30 nationalities.
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