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ISBF Students Bag the 3rd Prize in the National Competition for Young India

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ISBF Students Bag the 3rd Prize in the National Competition for Young India

  • Date November 25, 2017
Prize in the National Competition for Young India

Students of the Graduate Diploma in Management at ISBF, Pankhuri Bhasin (President-Entrepreneurship cell) and Samreen Khan, recently participated in the ‘National Competition For Young India’ organised by ‘All India Management Association’ on the theme- IDEA AND ACTION PLAN FOR A DEVELOPED INDIA, and bagged the position of 2nd Runners Up across the country. They proudly received a trophy, medal and cash prize of Rs.10,000.


To add to their glory, Pankhuri Bhasin also won the Award for the ‘BEST BUDDING MANAGER’ in India, and was awarded a trophy along with cash prize of Rs.10,000.


Pankhuri and Samreen presented their thoughts on skill development and entrepreneurship, highlighting India’s current situation in the field of vocational training and labour skills, their action plan to redress the situation calibrating on improving the marketing process in the labour market, and by driving competition among existing vocational training centres.


In the regional round at AIMA (All India Management Association), New Delhi on 18th November, teams were required to deliver their presentations to members of Jury, for ten minutes each. Thereafter the jury selected the top 3 teams from each region to compete for the Grand Finale on 24th November, 2017 held at New Delhi.


At the Grand Finale, the ISBF team was further probed by the high-profile jury post their presentation. The discussion ranged from Artificial Intelligence in their action plan, to scaling the idea and literacy barriers. Riding on their strong and focused preparation on both content and its presentation, Pankhuri and Samreen were able to engage the jury, ultimately emerging victorious and enriched.


According to AIMA, the youth today is a mix of creative minds, change makers, idea generators, think tanks, nation builders, innovators and hence, the leaders of tomorrow. The vision of a developed India brings together the dreamers and doers who can create an ecosystem of new business ideas. National Competition of Young India (NCYI) is a platform for the young students to bring forward their ideas and innovative solutions in management capability.  

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