Displaying business acumen

A combination of business expertise and cultural talent, the three-day event drew participating colleges like Dayananda Sagar, Christ University, Mount Carmel College, St Joseph's College of Business Administration (SJCBA), Kristu Jayanthi, PES School of Engineering, SBMJC-CME, Presidency College and Alliance Business Academy.
The various business events conducted were quiz, debate, business game, private equity, product launch, crisis management, stock market, entrepreneurship, and best manager. On the lighter side were contests in Indian and Western music, personality, mad ads, treasure hunt, collage, taboo, pictionary, sketching, paper dressing, Indian and Western dances.

“It was an exciting experience, right from setting up the base of Clairvoyance to the interaction with the competing colleges. The response was overwhelming and the overall champions were St Joseph's College of Business Administration in both business and cultural events,” informed Renuka Vijay, Placement Officer, SJCC. All the events were keenly fought and contested. Among the most exciting were the marathon debate, with the topic for discussion being  Energy Security - India is well planned. The Godfather, an event held to pick the best manager was the prime business event of the festival carried over two days, with six  intensive rounds.
   Ten colleges literally locked horns with each other and the war of words and talent was won by Neha Upadhyay from Alliance Business Academy. 

Personality saw the highest number of 16 participants with six making the final cut.
    After several rounds that involved a mix of personality quiz, treasure hunt and debate, the highlight was the personality mimic round which was hilarious. Contestants acted out well-known, colourful personalities ranging from Britney Spears to Rakhi Sawant and Pramod Mutalik to Devegowda, in a clever impromptu fashion that had the audience in splits of laughter. Mock Stock had eight teams trading in stocks and shares while Mad Ads as usual was a huge entertainer. As a fitting finale, the team of  Kristu Jayanthi College performed a dazzling Indian dance in red ghaghras to the tune of Dola Re while the SJCBA performed a foot-tapping Western dance.

  The overall winners were SJCBA followed by Kristu Jayanthi and  Christ

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