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Event 2 – Little Bits


jigsaw puzzle is a tiling puzzle that requires the assembly of often oddly shaped interlocking and tessellating pieces. Each piece usually has a small part of a picture on it; when complete, a jigsaw puzzle produces a complete picture.

LITTLE BITS is open to students of Classes II/ III (one student). The participant is required to compete onsite of the DPSG Vasundhara campus, and must be officially registered for the competition.

Children are often introduced to their first jigsaw puzzles at an early age. The first of these consists of a few large pieces, and slowly evolve with the child to include more advanced pictures and shapes with smaller and more complex piece-sizes. These key skills play an important role in the development of their spatial awareness and come into play primarily when tackling subjects in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) field.

We are keen to develop lifelong learners who can engage with the world in a responsible, respectful manner. Digital citizenship is just one more piece to that puzzle.

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP along with the traditional cyber safety is to learn about computers, network, how to treat technology, how to use technology appropriately, the different components of social networking etc.

The competition is divided into two rounds.


Each participant will participate in a qualifying round – a written Technical Quiz based on MS-Paint and basic computer knowledge. The top seven scorer (school) for the event will be shortlisted for the final round. (Duration: 20 minutes)


Each selected participant will be assigned a computer.

  • Each participant has to use the given data bank (set of jumbled images related to different cartoon characters) provided by the host school.
  • The participant will be given one hour to complete as many cartoon characters as he/she can.


  • No. of characters completed correctly
  • Correct Name of the characters
  • Accuracy (Number of blocks placed correctly)