Each school can nominate a maximum of 2 students for free for the quiz
The ministry of youth affairs and sports has announced that the first 2 lakh students nominated by 1 lakh schools can now be registered free for the Fit India Quiz. Each school can nominate a maximum of 2 students for free for the quiz on first cum first basis, an official statement said.
While making this announcement, Union minister of youth affairs and sports Anurag Singh Thakur said, “The Fit India Quiz has been introduced as part of the Fit India Movement envisioned by the Prime Minister which has played a significant role in creating large scale awareness about the importance of leading a fit life. To motivate more students to join the Fit India Quiz, the participation fee for the 2 lakh students from the first 1 lakh schools has been waived.”
The Fit India Quiz, the first-ever nationwide quiz on sports and fitness, was launched on September 1 with an aim to provide a national platform for students to showcase their knowledge about fitness and sports. All schools across India can participate in the quiz by registering via the link on the Fit India website (www.fitindia.gov.in). The quiz will be open for students (up to Class XII) of all age groups. The registration window for the quiz is now active and the registration process will conclude on September 30.
The quiz has a whopping Rs 3.25 crore as prize money with the National round telecast on Star Sports. The quiz contest will be held in four phases or rounds - registration, preliminary round (NTA round), state round and national round.
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