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CIMA Mind Challenge on 7 April


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CIMA Mind Challenge, Colombo’s premier business quiz competition organised primarily for corporates, will be held on Sunday 7 April at the Hilton Residences from 10 a.m. onwards. 

Organised by the CIMA Students’ Society for the 21st consecutive year, CIMA Mind Challenge 2019 celebrates its 5th year running in partnership with fashion brand Reborn. Thaha Adamjee, one of Sri Lanka’s top Quiz Masters, and the host of the Colombo Quiz will preside as the Quiz Master.

Participants will face 3 rounds: the first two rounds are a table quiz and the final round represents Mind Challenge’s unique flair – the buzzer round. Each team, comprising of four members, will answer questions under the categories: Business & Current Affairs, Geography & History, Sports & Games, Arts, Culture & Entertainment and CIMA Curriculum. 

Last year, team “High Flyers” won the Mind Challenge 2018 trophy and a cash prize of Rs.25,000. Dialog Axiata and team “Declining Returns” emerged as the 1st and 2nd Runners Up, respectively. A specialty of this year is the introduction of the CIMA Institute Award, where the winning team amongst CIMA institutions will be awarded a trophy. 

Reborn is the Strategic Partner, with Wijeya Newspapers as Print Media Partner, Envie as Photography & Videography Partner and Skycast as Outdoor Digital Media Partner. 


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