Why Crucible?

“Crucible”, as defined in the Oxford dictionary, is “a place or a situation in which people or ideas are decided severely, often creating something new or exciting in the process”.

Crucible is fire resistant and is used for work involving very high temperatures. It withstands extreme heat and comes out undamaged at the end of the process.

The name “Crucible” was chosen as it signifies the test of fire, where from the individual comes out unscathed and successful if they are able to withstand the heat of the quizzing.

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