BLoC Boardroom Challenge is open to all first year and second year students pursuing Post Graduate Degree/ Diploma in India.
The participating team should have minimum three and maximum five members.
Each participant agrees not to provide false or misleading personal information, and, in particular, agrees not to register under a false identity.
The participant teams are expected to register on or before August 5, 2018 for Chennai and Coimbatore & August 8, 2018 for Bangalore, Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai & Pune.
BusinessLine on Campus reserve the right, at any time during the competition to disqualify any person who does not satisfy the eligibility criteria or who does not follow the stipulated terms and conditions.
Your participation in this program does not guarantee you in any way an internship or a job position in BusinessLine.
All content that submitted/participants’ by the participants must be original.
Participants must note the following point about the event:
Visit Here to register for the event. Each team member’s details needs to be entered in the registration form.
Each team to have 3-5 members per team.
After registration, two representatives from the team need to take the online test on behalf of the team on or before August 5, 2018 for Chennai and Coimbatore & August 8, 2018 for Bangalore, Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai & Pune.
The teams shortlisted for semi-finals will be intimated over email about the venue and date details. The Case Study will also be emailed which needs to be solved and will have to be presented in front of panellists. Semi-finals will take place in Chennai (Aug 13), Coimbatore (Aug 14), Hyderabad (Aug 17), Bengaluru (Aug 20), Delhi (Aug 23), Pune (Aug 24) and Mumbai (Aug 25).
One winning team from each city will compete in Grand Finale in Chennai on Sept 5, 2018.
In the Grand Finale, each finalist team would get a challenging business problem to solve which will be handed over to the team at the venue itself. Here each team member has to assume a CXO title and give inputs in solving the problem from the respective CXO’s perspective.
The winning team’s institution will win the “BusinessLine Boardroom Excellence School of The Year” title and each members of the team will win the respective “BusinessLine CXO of the Year”. The winners will also be given cash prizes and gift vouchers.
BusinessLine on Campus reserves the right to disqualify or select alternative winner and modify content of terms & conditions.
BusinessLine on Campus reserves the right to accept or reject any or all of the entries without assigning any reason whatsoever.
By participating in this game, the participant agrees to abide by all BusinessLine on Campus terms and conditions for this Competition.
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