Online Quiz Competition on Environmental Awareness by Asha Akansha Foundation [June 5]: Register by June 4

By: Aprajita Karki | 31 May 2019 1:48 PM
About the registration

Asha Akansha Foundation is a non-governmental organisation established in the year 2013 and is aimed towards working for education and spreading awareness in the society.

About the competition

Asha Akansha Foundation is organising an Online Quiz Competition on Environmental Awareness on 5th June 2019.

The world was supposed to blow up and end in 2012 according to some scientists. The world was supposed to blow up and everything it contained was supposed to die. Well, the scientists were not wrong entirely.

The world is ending, slowly, with the rate of exploitation going up. The world is dying, gradually pacing towards extinction and if we don’t do anything about it, the 2012 prediction will soon be a reality.

The quiz will have 30 questions. It will start at 12 and will be closed at 12:05. After this, no response will be accepted and the organising committee will not be answerable to anyone.
Those who will be selected (Top 60) for the second round will have their round starting at 1:30 p.m.
Link of the second-round quiz will be sent through email at 1:29.
Registration procedure and fees details

No registration fees is required for this competition.

At 11:58 on 5th June link for the quiz will be updated on our Facebook page, here.
Since we have received registration in large no. it will be impossible to send the quiz link to each one of you.
In case of conflict in second round marks, first round marks will be considered.

To register, click here.

Important dates

The last date of registration: 4th June 2019 (at 12 Noon).

The date of the online quiz: 5th June 2019 (will start at 12 Noon).


Certificate and opportunity of internship to top 25 participants.

The facebook link is here.

Environmental Awareness Quiz by Asha Akansha Foundation

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Aprajita Karki

I am an army girl! I Keeper of 5 dogs. On a diet for now. Sometimes I might make punctuation mistakes, but I make up for it by bringing in a crore or two extra. What's more important, a misplaced comma, or a well-placed crore?

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