Digital Kinderuni Championship

Kinderuni Meisterschaft © Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan

Online quiz show based on the video lectures of the digital Kinderuni

What was DigiKuM?

Digitale Kinderuni Meisterschaft (DigiKuM) or Digital Kinderuni Championship was an online quiz show which took place in September and October 2020.

The quiz was based on the video lectures of the digital Kinderuni which is a free online platform of Goethe-Institut made available for all children. It is an educational space meant primarily for children in the age group 8 to 12. The Kinderuni encourages children to look for answers to science-related questions on their own and satisfy their thirst for knowledge.

Mensch

Humankind

  • ​Braille AlphabetBeatboxing
  • Graffiti
  • Shadow Games
  • Heart Symbol
  • Roller Coaster
  • Blood Donation
  • Wound healing
  • Culinary Art
  • Gummy Bears


Nature

Nature

  • Chasing away birds
  • Sunflowers
  • River Width
  • Falling ants
  • Spider Web
  • Shell Sound
  • Seeing Eye Dogs
  • Fireflies
  • Crackling Fire
  • Apple Stem
  • Falling Ants


Technology

Technology

  • Autopilot
  • Internet games
  • Light elephant
  • 3D-Printing
  • Station information display
  • Fireworks
  • Railroad Crossing
  • Potholes
  • Balloons
  • Wind Turbine


Winners

Final round
(Prizes: Acer tablets, scholarship to attend a digital youth camp and Kinderuni goodie bags)


DigiKum- Banglore
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DigiKum- Mumbai
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DigiKuM- Delhi
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Preliminary round
(Prizes: Scholarship to attend a digital youth camp and Kinderuni goodie bags)


DigiKuM- Bangladesh
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DigiKuM- Chennai
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DigiKuM- Iran
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DigiKuM- Kolkata
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DigiKuM- Pakistan
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DigiKuM-Pune
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DigiKuM- Sri Lanka
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