Here's a quiz to find out whether you - that's right: I'm talking to YOU - can tell the difference.
Succeed and you might be appointed High Commissioner of India...!
It's precisely the sort of cut-and-shut collection of syllables favoured both by metallers and game creators, but which is it; game or metal band?
Press reveal for the answer, and make sure you make a note of it on your application to India House!
But where, pray tell, does it hail from? Quickly now - time's running out if you want to be appointed High Commissioner of India!
Only somebody worthy of becoming High Commissioner of India would know the answer.
Further information about the role of the High Commissioner of India can be found here.
And please: if you are successful, do not think about changing your title to something like Hygh Commizionar of India. This would not be considered "cool", and is likely to result in immediate termination of your role.
You may wish to note that India is the birthplace of four major religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism. Currently, only 2.3% of the population identifies as Christian. Make sure you mention this fact if they call you in for an interview.
Again, in you are fortunate to become High Commissioner of India, please do not feel inspired by this to defile the status of your office by shortening it to something along the lines of "Highcomind".
Important information: the current High Commissioner of India is Ruchi Ghanashyam. She hasn't yet been informed that she's going to be replaced by whomever does the best at this quiz, so don't go spreading it around, yeah?
It's worth adding to your list of potential responsibilities the fact that Modern India has a witch problem, but not of the sort you might think. Witch hunts are still very much an ongoing issue in the country, especially in underprivileged areas. You might want to make that a priority - IF you get the job.
Which is Scapeghost?
Before you press reveal, here's a quick bit of info about the current High Commissioner of India, so you know what you're up against:
Mrs Ruchi Ghanashyam is a career diplomat, who joined the Indian Foreign Service in 1982. Prior to her current assignment as High Commissioner to the UK, she was Secretary (West) in Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), New Delhi from April 2017 to November 2018.
In a career spanning nearly thirty-seven years after joining Indian Foreign Service, Mrs Ruchi Ghanashyam served in the Embassy of India Damascus, Kathmandu, Brussels, High Commission of India Islamabad and in the Permanent Mission of India to the UN, New York.Mrs Ruchi Ghanashyam was High Commissioner of India to Ghana concurrently accredited to Burkina Faso, Sierra Leone and Togo.
She has also served as High Commissioner of India to South Africa with concurrent accreditation to Kingdom of Lesotho. At Headquarters, Mrs Ruchi Ghanashyam served as Director (Pakistan) and Director CNV Division, MEA and as Joint Secretary and Additional Secretary for the Europe West Division of MEA, New Delhi.
High Commissioner Mrs Ruchi Ghanashyam holds a Master’s in Psychology from the Bhopal University. She speaks Hindi and English.
What shouldn't be considered a game is this application to become High Commissioner of India; please treat the postition with the respect and reverence it deserves.
This is it; your final answer. How do you think you've done? Please tot up your score and send it to:
Human Resources Department c/o
High Commission of India