IMT Ghaziabad: real life is about to begin
Yes, IMT Ghaziabad is an exciting journey. Time will fly, days will merge into nights and before you know it, the years will end.
Mark Roadies begins right after your orientation. “IMT is truly a hub of frenetic activity as something or the other is happening all the time,” blogged Prity Jha, of the 2011-2013 batch.
If you want to win, you have to be the master of the game. League of Titans is what the adrenaline rush in sports is all about. One guarantee – the atmosphere is electrifyingly exciting.
Similarly, Chakravyuh, is the Olympics of B-School sports festivals. It has participants from other institutes and alumni participating. They fight tooth and nail to win rich sporting awards.
Keeping up-to-date with happenings in Management Education, IMT Ghaziabad organizes and participates in conferences, workshops and seminars. Recent events include Indian Management Conclave – the biggest event organized by MBA Universe and the Global Business School Network – an international conference where IMT Ghaziabad is the Academic Host.
At the International Conference of Data Management, held in November 2011, Parag Mital, HSD of SAP Global Delivery, said: “IMT Ghaziabad has understood the importance of data. There is a huge demand for data management experts.”
FOBE 11, a four day conference was for IT, Marketing and Strategy experts. They discussed the use of Information Technology for competitive advantage.
The Corporate Communications and Media Relations Committee is at work right now. The event – Press Tease. Last year’s Press Tease drew more than 100 IMT Ghaziabad students into the competition. Akanksha Sahay, finalist 2011, said it was, “Innovative, informative, fun and definitely a wonderful experience.”
Tatva is about the right here and right now of summer internship project reports. Students present them to a panel of judges and the best report wins. No second chances.
It is healthy competition all the way at IMT Ghaziabad. The V-Govern contest at IMT Ghaziabad’s Passion ’11 festival was a four day extravaganza. It had students thinking, acting, proposing and rejecting solutions to the Indian government’s problems.
Soft and humane, the Make A Difference Foundation is all about giving back to society. In 2011, IMT Ghaziabad students and faculty gave generously of their time and money to 103 underprivileged children during the Joy of Summer Week. The MADF also organized Ehsaas where 48 differently-abled children were invited to the campus for a day of fun and frolic.
Back to the business of competing, Aankalan, held in October is a unique test centre competition for a cross section of B-Schools and held at IMT Ghaziabad.
October is a month of events and contests. IMT Ghaziabad’s Startup Fair 2011 had entrepreneurs and venture capitalists sharing their experiences on starting a new venture. Rashmi Bansal, author, said that students are usually unclear about their career path and goals. This dilemma can be solved by deciding ‘to do what one loves’ or ‘to love what one does’.
In November, IMT Ghaziabad’s Finance Club organizes the mammoth RISCON – a competition on investments. The best portfolio wins.
Nivesh Mantra organized by Finnacle Investments focused on equity and commodity markets to clear the air surrounding the commodity market.
Marketing World Cup is an exciting affair. It is all about competition in the real world. How to get the largest line up of satisfied customers. The challenges are tough and the rewards – gratifying.
An interesting event based on current market scenarios Placement Blueprint which is different from other events. It is about market rivalry in real-life.
IMT’s Crossroads 2011 was historical. It had both national and international students participating, quizzing and competing. “It actually is crossing of the traditions, mindsets and ideas to give birth to truly international business leaders,” Chairperson of the International Relations Committee, Dr. Jayanthi Ranjan said.
True, here events abound. IMT Ghaziabad has something happening every single day. Students spin on their toes, gathering, internalizing and experiencing experiences.