Management students actively participate in National Case Analysis Competition- PROMULGARE 2019 organized by ABS, Noida

Top Quote Asian Business School organized a National level case analysis competition PROMULGARE 2019 for PGDM Students on Saturday, 16th November 2019 at its Noida campus. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) November 26, 2019 - Management Students actively participated in a National level case analysis competition “PROMULGARE 2019- ENACT THE CASE” organized by Asian Business School – which is a part of Asian Education Group and is ranked as one of the best B-schools in Delhi NCR – for MBA and PGDM students on Saturday, 16th November 2019 at its Noida campus. The event aimed at preparing the management students to understand the various components of case study analysis and its application through role play. It was a national level event where students participated from different colleges like Ambedkar university, NDIM, IIMT group of colleges, IMS, Jims Engineering technical campus and NIET and were able to collect essential insights through participation.

    After the registration in the morning, all teams from different colleges were provided with case study for analysis. During the day, participants had the opportunity to analyze, structure the case study and allocate the roles for the same. All the teams showed great enthusiasm and creativity in their respective time constraints, with each team being allotted 12 minutes to present their role play. Following a structured process of brainstorming and information exchange, the judges assessed the preparation level of participants and in the end a common consensus took place between the judges and participants on the area of barriers, recommendations and solutions.

    Mr. Navin Singh Head HR & CSR at Elite Landbase, India and Ms. Jyotsna Verma, PGT and HOD of English Department at Mayoor School, Noida presided over as the judges for the evening. While Mr. Navin shared the important aspects related to corporate social responsibility and spoke about how it has emerged as one of the most crucial disciplines in today’s organization, Ms. Jyotsna Verma greeted participants with euphoria and provided with words of wisdom where she mentioned how important it is to understand the unconditional way of learning and that one should always seek for opportunities to explore more.

    The event was jointly organized by three prominent student clubs of Asian Business School, namely the CSR Club, the Literary Club-GNOSIS, and the Cultural Club-UTSAV.

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