The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has opened the registration process for WWF-India Wild Wisdom Quiz 2017. The quiz programme was started by the CBSE, an initiative to make students aware about India's rich biodiversity and natural heritage.
Primary, middle school and senior school students affiliated with the Board.
When was the CBSE quiz programme started?
The Wild Wisdom Quiz was started in 2008 as an initiative to make students aware about India's rich biodiversity and natural heritage.
Theme for the year
Maze of the natural world
Topics covered for the quiz
- Newly discovered species
- Unique and rare species
- News alerts regarding the natural world
- Famous environmentalists
- Biodiversity of Indian Subcontinent, South East Asia, and Middle East
- Environmental changes
- Conservation status- IUCN red list
The CBSE WWF quiz will be conducted in 15 cities across India, reaching out to more than 15,000 schools. This year. the quiz will be conducted internationally in Nepal as well.
CBSE WWF Quiz 2017 National Finale
The National Finale (for the middle school) will be held in New Delhi during Wildlife Week in October, 2017 with the pioneer of Indian Quizzing, Siddhartha Basu, the Quiz Man of India.
What do the winners get?
The top three winning teams (middle level) will be taken on a sponsored trip to Camp Hornbill in Ramnagar, Uttrakhand to witness conservation activities on ground and to experience wildlife and nature like never before.
How to apply for CBSE WWF quiz 2017?
Registration can be done either by school or individually by a student at the official website quiz.wwfindia.org/wwq/.