Welham Boys' School

NewsInspiring Talk by Author Adittya Nath Mubayi 14-02-2024

Adittya Nath Mubayi, the renowned quizmaster and co-founder of Quizcraft Global, recently graced Welham Boys’ School with his presence, leaving an indelible mark on our students of grade 7, and 8, and the quizzing club. His interaction was nothing short of enlightening, encouraging, and thought-provoking.

Mr. Adittya emphasized that quizzing is not just about answering questions—it’s an art. He shared valuable tips on how to approach questions strategically, urging students to think critically and connect the dots. Beyond textbooks, he encouraged exploration.

Mr. Adittya highlighted the role of human senses in grasping information. He reminded students that learning is not limited to reading alone. 

In an era inundated with information overload, Mr. Adittya stressed the importance of brevity. He taught students how to distill complex ideas into succinct phrases. He explained how quizzing fosters curiosity, critical thinking, and retention. 

Mr. Adittya Nath Mubayi’s passion for quizzing, commitment to education, and ability to inspire young minds makes him a true knowledge champion. His books, “India Unlimited” and “Knowledge Quest”, have already found a place in the Welham school library. As students continue their learning journey, they can draw inspiration from Adittya’s wisdom and enthusiasm.
 
In the words of Adittya himself, “Read more, quiz more, be more confident.” Let’s carry forward this spirit of curiosity and exploration.

Disclaimer

Welham Boys’ School started life as Welham Preparatory School way back in 1937, when Ms. Oliphant invested her humble capital and started the School in a rented building, which she called White House. Later, she rented another building Bethany that today is our dining hall. Welham Boys’ School started life as Welham Preparatory School way back in 1937, when Ms. Oliphant invested her humble capital and started the School in a rented building, which she called White House. Later, she rented another building Bethany that today is our dining hall. Welham Boys’ School started life as Welham Preparatory School way back in 1937, when Ms. Oliphant invested her humble capital and started the School in a rented building, which she called White House. Later, she rented another building Bethany that today is our dining hall.