Round I – It is the qualifying round. There is no right or wrong answer in this round. Tarini Dolphin just wants to capture what you perceive about our rivers. This round helps to design workshop modules for school children which is based on the performance in this very round. Only when you have attempted all 10 answers, you can attempt Round II. In this round, Tarini Dolphin wants you to give your honest opinions and not get influenced by opinions of your friends, parents, teachers, etc.
Round II – It is the qualifying round. You can move to the next round only when you have attempted all 10 questions correctly. The good news is that you can attempt it as many number of times as you want.The time you take to complete this round does not influence the announcement of winner. Once you submit an unanswered question or an answer, Tarini Dolphin will tell you the correct answer and will also tell some interesting facts related to the question. It is a wonderful round where you will enhance your knowledge and expand your thoughts.
Round III – It is the final round to announce winners. Before you start attempting this round, please make sure you are sitting at a comfortable and quiet place with a computer or laptop connected to a charger. If you are using a computer, please make sure that you are protected from power-cuts. In case you are using a laptop, make sure it is charged. You only get to attempt it once, and accuracy along with time taken to answer decides the winner. At the start you are asked to choose 2 out of 8 themes. The 8 themes are :
- Historical and Cultural Significance of Ganga
- Flora and Fauna
- Current Affairs
- Physical geography
- Famous places and personalities
- Socio-economic and Livelihood
- Pollution/water treatment technology
Questions will be asked only from the two themes chosen. Any attempt to use Google or other search engines to answer the question will increase the time taken and hence would reduce your chances to be a winner. At the end of the quiz, your performance will be displayed on the screen along with the average time taken by other participants.