09 Dec 2017 20:30 IST

IMI aces the Ivey Global Case Competition 2017

A team of one professor each from the New Delhi and Kolkata campuses won the competition

International Management Institute (IMI) - New Delhiadded another milestone to its credit by winning the first prize in the ‘Overall Category’ at the ‘Ivey Global Case Competition 2017’. The annual competition, organised by the Indian School of Business, looks to identify the best India-centric business cases studies from across the world.

Prof. Neena Sondhi and Prof. Rituparna Basu from IMI-New Delhi and IMI-Kolkata respectively, won a cash prize of $4000. The runners up, from XLRI- Jamshedpur and IMI-Bhubaneswar, received a cash prize of $3000. This year’s competition received around 100 entries from institutes from India, Malaysia, Netherlands and the United States.

Expressing gratitude over the win Dr. Debashis Chatterjee, Director General, IMI-New Delhi, said: “It gives us great pride in sharing our win at the Ivey Global case Competition. I would like to congratulate the faculty members who represented us at an International competition and adding another feather to our feats.”

Celebrating the win, Prof. Neena Sondhi, Marketing, IMI-New Delhi, said “It was a great honour to represent IMI- New Delhi at such a prestigious competition and a huge opportunity to compete with so many prominent institutes across the world. Such opportunities come with a set of learnings and exposure which enable us in expanding our horizon to solve the business problem in hand.”

The event was hosted by the Centre for Learning and Management Practice at the Indian School of Business in partnership with Ivey Business School, Western University. The event was supported by Ivey Publishing, the publishing arm of Ivey Business School, and the European Association for Management Development (EFMD).


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