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    India vs Australia Test Series - MAP tally of points and winners

    Hope you all had jolly good fun participating in our Make A Prediction (MAP) activities for the Test series between India and Australia. The points across all the four MAPs have been tallied, which is as follows-
    Dr Rao- 22
    AK Srivastava- 6
    Phagu Mahato- 4
    Sun- 22
    Shampa- 13
    Swati Sharma- 14
    Umesh- 13
    Sanchita Ranjan- 23
    Padmini- 20
    Narendran- 5
    Himanshu- 3
    Dr Deepali- 19
    Sharada- 4
    Sanjeev- 15
    Syed Rizwan- 17
    Neeru Bhatt- 10
    Varghese- 8

    Note that zero points were allotted for non-participation and for a late entry. Participants are requested to intimate us within two days of this announcement about any errors in the above tally. If all's well, as per the above tally Sanchita Rajan won by a whisker and wins a cash prize of Rs.30/- and 30 points. Dr Rao and Sun have tied for the second spot with 22 points and each will get a cash prize of Rs.25/- and 25 points. Well done!

    [Look out for a new contest concept in February and likely a quiz as well!]
  • #721339
    Congratulations to Sanchita and Sun for winning the prizes. Thanks for giving me also second prize. I hope the winners will continue their good work and win prizes in the coming contests. I wish them all the best.
    always confident

  • #721344
    Congratulations to the winner Sanchita Rajan and second prize winners Dr. Rao and Sun in India vs Australia Test Series - MAP contest. Best wishes to all the participants for making it more vibrant and better luck next time for those who score low. Waiting for more contests in the coming months.
    “The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in." — Morrie Schwartz

  • #721347
    Congratulations to Sanchita Ranjan for winning the MAP series prize, and to Dr. SrinivasaRao for the co-winning second prize along with me. Indeed, it was an excellent contest to predict the four games. In fact, I had won the second prize without taking much pain, I must say. To be frank, I did not know the ABCD of the cricket players of both teams. All other members' responses helped me to predict the answers. Thank you ISC for the Cash and points award.
    No life without Sun

  • #721374
    Cricket is a game of chance and guessing and predicting is high stake thing but we all tried to guess our best and some members did exceedingly well and I now congratulate the winners Sanchita Rajan, Dr Rao, and Sun for getting the top scores. Well done and keep up contributing.
    Knowledge is power.

  • #721390
    My heart congratulations to Sanchita Rajan for getting the maximum number of correct guess and for winning the prize. I also congratulate the second prize winners Dr Rao and Sun and wish other to get more prizes in the future. I am eagerly awaiting for the next MAP which is due in Febrauary first week for the England series.

  • #721393
    Many congratulations to Sanchita Rajan, Dr. Rao, and Sun Sir for winning the prize. Your participation in the test series map tally is commendable. All the best for many rewards in the future.
    Swati Sharma

    Keep your Face to the SunShine

  • #721396
    Congratulations to the winners . That was interesting contest. I missed the first prediction .

    " The two most important days in your life are the day when you are born and the day you find out why? "
    – Mark Twain

  • #721403
    My best wishes and congratulations to Sanchita Rajan, Dr. Rao, and Sun for winning right prediction prize of the cricket contest and they all played well and thus won.
    K Mohan @ Moga
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #721406
    It was a nice prediction exercise and some members could guess better than others. We also tried and got some points in the process and now congratulate to all the winners for their intelligent guess. Well done members.
    Thoughts exchanged is knowledge gained.

  • #721419
    Congratulations to Dr Rao sir and sun sir for winning the prize. It was very interesting. I enjoyed a lot by participating in it. I am thankful to ISC for getting first prize.

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  • #721435
    Congratulations to Sanchita, Dr. Rao, and Sun for winning first and second prizes respectively in the prediction-based contest. Although I do not have much interest in test matches, I enjoyed participating in the same. Finally, India won the series, so I have no pain about losing this contest.

    Living & Learning- simultaneous processes!

  • #721513
    Congratulations to all the winners. Best of luck to all for the next contests.

  • #721612

    Since the India vs England series includes four Tests, five T20s, and 3 ODIs, it would not be feasible to have MAPs for every single one. Instead, we can have one single MAP for each of the series. Thus, for example, before the Test series begins, a MAP with predictions to make for the entire series collectively, and similarly one for the T20 series and one for the ODI series. The tally of points across the three will decide the prize for the toppers.

    When you make a commitment, you create hope. When you keep a commitment you create trust! ~ John C. Maxwell

  • #721639
    Hearty congratulations to Sanchita, Dr Rao and Sun for their respective prizes! Well done.

    The cash rewards and points to the winners have been credited.

    'To know what you know and what you do not know, that is true knowledge.'-Confucius

  • #721642
    Congratulations Sanchita Rajan, Dr Rao, and SuN.

  • #721666
    Congratulations to Sanchita Ranjan, Dr Rao, and SuN for winning first and second prizes respectively in MAP contest.

  • #721723
    Vandana mam,
    Agree with you, it makes sense to have one MAP for each series of Test, ODI and T20. I am pretty sure series wise predictions are going to be a bit tougher than each match but should be a good try.


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