3 iFEEL students selected for Young Ambassadors @ Africa Leads
Shruti Deshpande, Bhushan Sadaphule and Agnes Thomas, 3 students from the first year PGDM batch at iFEEL, were selected by the Young Ambassadors @ Africa Leads at in Stellenbosch, South Africa, held in November 2012. 80 students from all over the world were selected.
The program was designed to provide space for 80 ambassadors from all over the world to:
Learn and make globally responsible decisions
Promote knowledge of self for a better society
The programme offered insights from the (Center for Creative Leadership) CCL Leadership Challenge initiative and the (Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative) GRLI GRID® framework, to develop individual and collective actions towards globally responsible leadership. The students also personally visited several locations as part of their Learning Journey. These locations were selected to support the theme of "Responsible Leadership for Africa and the World" as a phenomenon at individual, institutional and collective level.
Click here to view a video created by the participants at the Young Ambassadors @ Africa Leads event.
iFEEL Students make it to Regional Levels - AIMA - Student Management Games 2012
National Level Business Simulation
Second year students from the PGDM batch, Yash Ghelani, Nitesh Pandey, Hiren and Manohar from the first year PGDM program competed at the AIMA - Student Management Games 2012' - National Level Business Simulation and made it upto the Regional Finals knocking out 28 other teams.
The competition involves decision making at functional and organizational level, requiring participants to put their knowledge into application mode.
Hiren Sanghvi - 2nd prize at Confluence, IIM-A, 2012 in 'Retailiate'
Retaliate, IIM-A, 2012 - Participants had to buy products through bidding. Products thus bought were to be sold at best rate possible. It also involved creating a complete layout of the store and positioning of the product, followed by rapid questions asked by the judges on the proposition put forth.