A tech fest is fast approaching in my university, and as part of the run up, a couple of my friends made a nice trivia quiz, which concluded yesterday. So, here it is. Feel free to google and remember to hide your answers using [ color=#ededed] 1. Identify the person in the picture. (Hint: He was in India recently, and his visit led to an important policy decision in a particular state regarding computer education) 2. The customary long connect. Each of these 4 sets of pictures has in common, a particular word/concept. Identify the word/concept X. The first picture is the logo of a famous organisation. The man is the second picture is a mathematician who hit the headlines last month for doing (rather, NOT doing) something. These two pictures are connected by the name of a mathematician A. Identify A with full explanations. The familiar picture shown below is named after a person B. B was responsible for popularizing one of the works of A. This work is one of the several works of B that illustrate the concept of X. Again, identify with complete explanations. (Refer A to the above question.) What word has been blanked out? Also, connect to X. Identify and connect. Identify and connect. (Hint: Famous surname.) 3.This statue of a famous scientist was unveiled at the Niagara Falls earlier this year. Which scientist? 4.Connect the two pictures given below by a company name (which has been blocked out in the first picture). Also what is the second word that has been blocked out? (Hint: You might not find any ad for this product today.)Full explanation required. 5. Name the phenomenon that has been blanked out. 6. Identify this classic toy/experiment. 7. Identify and connect. (Hint: The man in the second picture started something that has been increasing in popularity ever since its initiation.) 8. The sketch given below is from the popular Monty Python series. In the sketch, two customers are trying to order breakfast from a menu that includes a particular processed meat product in almost every item. The term X (used in communication) owes its origin to this sketch. What is X?