Organized By: Economic Times and Citi Group
Last date for online Case study Submission : 30 November, 2008.
Contest dates & Venue:
- Delhi: 13 january, 2009 – IIT Delhi
- Mumbai: 18 December, 2008 -S.P Jain
- Bangalore: 15 December,2008 – IIM-B
- Kolkatta: 15 January, 2009 – IIM-C
- Ahemadabad : 23 December,2008 – IIM-A
- GRAND FINALE : MUMBAI , January 2009
For whom: Open to students of Management Institutes across India.
INDIA’S first National B-School Challenge:
The ET Citi Grand Masters Championship is a national competition for management students across India, conceptualized and co-created by Economic Times and Citi. It brings together the future thought leaders of India, and evaluates their analytical, contextual, strategic and problem solving skills, that are crucial for surviving the rapidly changing world of business.
The ET Citi Grand Masters program has been initiated by two of India’s top power brands, Economic Times, a financial paper that provides analysis on industry and the economy and Citi, India’s pre-eminent financial services company. Participation is open to students of Management Institutes across India.
The ET Citi Grand Masters has been designed to challenge a student’s mental faculties through a series of Business games, simulations & quiz spread over 3 action packed rounds.
STEP 1 – Read terms and conditions
STEP 2 – Register online
STEP 3 – Announce the team member
All applicants need to announce a team member from their respective B-School in order to participate in the ET Citi Grand Masters 2008-2009.
STEP 4 – Submit case study online
Applicants would be required to solve a multi-faceted case study and submit the synopsis online. Students may select & analyse any ONE of the given two cases and submit it accordingly.
The analysis is to be limited to 2 pages of text – font Times New Roman, size 12, line spacing 1.0. Student can annexurise tables in support of analysis. However, no text will be considered from the annexures.
a. Case Study 1
b. Case Study 2
STEP 5 – Zonal rounds
Participants qualifying for the zonal rounds shall be informed about their status with requisite details. Six teams would be shortlisted to compete in each of the zonal rounds, which would be held across the following cities:
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