The registration for the CBSE's WWF- India Wild Wisdom Quiz 2017 has been started by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and is now open for al primary, middle and senior secondary school students, which are affiliated with the board. WWF quiz was started by the CBSE in 2008 in order to make students aware of the rich biodiversity and natural heritage of the India.
Topics on which questions are expected
- Newly discovered species
- Unique and rare species
- News alerts regarding the natural world
- Famous environmentalists
- Biodiversity of Indian Subcontinent, South East Asia, and the Middle East
- Environmental changes
- Conservation status- IUCN red list
The quiz will reach more than 15,000 schools in the nation and will be conducted in 15 different cities but this year the quiz will also be held on international grounds of Nepal. For the Middle School, the national final will be held in the national capital with the pioneer of Indian Quizzing, Siddhartha Basu, famously known as Quiz Man of India.
Winners will be taken on a sponsored trip to Camp Hornbill in Ramnagar, Uttrakhand where they will experience the conservation activities on the ground and will experience nature and wildlife like never before.