6th Students Case Competition & 4TH 
Rhyllis Rae Oedekoven  Student Leadership Award
Trophy

SEAA Trust, New Delhi and Peregrine Global are pleased to announce the 6th Students Instant Case Competition 2022

The post Pandemic  effect still continues and the Institutions that mastered the art of using  Digital tools have  gone back to regular classrooms even though the use of Digital Technology in teaching and learning has certainly undergone a major overhaul. Much of course needs to be done  by leaders in education  in this fast digitally transforming world. 

We thought it is time that  Business Schools and students assessed the real impact of Business Education   on the social arena  with the communities  interacting and benefiting from the B-schools and the students themselves being prepared to  take the reins of businesses and governments that would have maximum impact on a fast changing society. 

Our  6th Peregrine Global and SEAA Trust, Students Instant case competition  which has had a highly successful  run as the one of the  most relevant student competitions in Asia for the past five years has chosen "Social Impact of Business Education " as the theme for current year's competition. 

Team participationWe encourage the B-schools to enlist their student teams for the competition  the earliest and much before the competition closing deadline of November 15, 2022. Three members or less constitute a Team and B-schools can send a maximum of THREE Teams.  There would be a nominal fee that the student teams or the B-school would have to pay to help offset a part of the competition costs. The fees would be Rs 3000 per team.   Foreign participating teams pay US $ 200 per team. 

The Competition:  The competition would be in two parts  I) The Essay Round  & II) The Instant case round based on Peregrine Global' s  Leading Edge learning and competency modules

The last date for submission of Essay (not exceeding 3000 words excluding charts, Tables and histograms) is November 15, 2022. 

The Theme:   "Social Impact of Business Education" 

Sub-themes :   

1. B-school commitment to UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

2. B-school society outreach challenge 

3. Connecting curriculum to Business Reality 

4. Business Education impact on Business and Political environment 

5.  Knowing, learning and Doing,  Are B-schools able to connect these to their  social commitment ?

6.  Measuring Social Impact of Business Education, the challenges

                                                                  OTHER DETAILS

  • The Theme of the workshop:  "Social Impact of Business Education"  

  • The workshop would have an eminent panel of experts from academia and industry discussing the theme. 

  • First three winner teams would be presenting their case discussion videos. 

  • There would be varied cash prizes for all the three teams besides certificates for the members of wining teams. 

  • All the other selected team members would be given  competition participation certificates

  • The4th  Rhyllis Rae Oedekoven Student Leadership trophy be presented to the winning school.  

PLEASE NOTE THAT AT SEAA TRUST, NEW DELHI,  WE ARE COMMITTED TO DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND AS SUCH THE ENTIRE COMPETITION WOULD BE HELD ON VIRTUAL PLATFORMS ONLY. 

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5th Students Instant Case Competition 2021 

(May 25, 1928 to May 26, 2019)

The winning  team received the 3rd Rhyllis Rae Oedekoven  Student Leadership Award Trophy instituted under the aegis of Peregrine Global and administered by  SEAA Trust, New Delhi.  

Essay main theme:   "B-school Challenges for preparing leaders for Digital Era" 

 sub-themes  

1. Teaching technology for non- technology students

2.  Building an attitude for life long learning

3.  Ease of use of  digital learning strategies and tools 

4.  External  digital expert involvement in teaching and learning

5.  Learning from Global MBA experience in Digital era 

                                       WORKSHOP PANELISTS 

1.  B V Krishnamurthy  A senior management education thought leader and global education quality consultant  with over five decades of experience  worldwide  leading teams  and fostering institutions. He will anchor the workshop 

2.  Alimaa Jamiyansuren, Director Asia Pacific  of the  Peregrine Global Services   on whose behest the student competition has been conducted over the past three years. Alimaa is an internationally renowned Marketing professional with long experience with leading  organisations

3. Paul Mallette an internationally well known Accreditation Quality champion  who is leading the European desk of the Peregrine Global Services as Director International Operations. Paul was with IACBE, a leading international accreditor 

4. Ramesh Pathania,  Photo journalist with Hindustan Times, documentary film maker, environmentalist and an accomplished poet. 

5. Deepak Jhangiani, former Marketing Director of Business India and Dalal Street Journal  and consults leading corporates in Mumbai

6. Ela Goyal A MOODLE Expert, entrepreneur, Founder-MEETCS, an Ed-Tech specialist. She has been working on using technology in the human capital space for the last 20 years

SPECIAL ADDRESS: Dr. Haseeb J. Ahmed, Dean of School of Management at Kettering University in Michigan (USA). Dr Haseeb  manages graduate and undergraduate degree programs in Technology Leadership, Business Analytics, Engineering Management, Supply Chain & Logistics Management, Operations Management, Sustainable Solutions for Enterprise, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, and Lean Manufacturing. 

 3rd Student Instant Case competition winners
In 2019  3rd Peregrine Global Instant Student case competition  the first prize was won by Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Management Studies and Research (VESIMSR), Mumbai
 Second prize was won by  AIMS Institutes Bengaluru
The Rhyllis Ray student trophy went to Vikanand Eduation Society's Institute of Management Studies and Research Mumbai

4th students Instant cases competition 

winners

FIRST PRIZE

The first prize went to Chitkara Business School Rajpura (Charvi Datta & Aashna Aggarwal) along with the Second Rhyllis Rae Oedekoven Student Leadership trophy.  Prize winning presentation

SECOND PRIZE

The second prize to Kristu Jayanti School of Management Bangalore (Angela Jayson, Anisha Iype & Hariharan Shankar). Presentation

THIRD PRIZE

The third prize to IES Management College & Research Centre Mumbai (Hitanshi Parekh, Aarohi Agrawal & Shweta Babar). Presentation

The 4th year round of student Instant case competition brought to you under the aegis of  Business Resource Centre of Peregrine Global, globally top rated Education Services Company had the  theme
"Edu-tech for building cutting edge Business Education”  

Sub-Topics for the team entry were: 

1. Are the  B-school campuses   early adapters of Edu-tech ?
2.  In Post Pandemic period, will Edu-tech continue to be as impactful?
3. Is the B-schools headed towards blended or flip classrooms?
4. Is MOOC going to be a strong alternative to regular business education?
5. Edu-tech innovation  is key to success of a B-school 

6. Is Edu-tech part of any cutting edge quality strategy at B-schools?