Millennial are facing the biggest challenge of finding jobs as the industry predicts millions of job losses. It would take an extremely well trained, globally aware individual to land jobs of the future that may occur even in as yet identified industries & geographies.
Millennial Students at globally aspiring B-schools could make the cut only with right global business and economy related inputs. With a long tradition of covering industry trends globally Bloomberg BusinessWeek with its 1800 + Reporting offices had developed an unique Instant case suite based on the top notch business stories that appear each week in the weekly magazine. The case suite has since been expanded by launching a center for global educational services which will offer an array of services including the Bloomberg BusinessWeek instant case suite. These cases are brought to you by Peregrine Global Services, the global educational services leader having a footprint in 45 countries worldwide covering over 700 universities and independent education institutions. These cases developed by Business School professors & are the best bet for your global ready future managers.
Peregrine Global Instant Student Case Competition
Theme: "Millennial Job Challenge"
The winners of this case study competition were decided based on two rounds of competition. For the first round, student groups (and should be 3-5 students on a team) can select any essay topic to develop their presentation . This would carry around 30 % weightage.
The final presentation in second round was held at the SEAA's annual International Accreditation conference that took place on November 25 & 26, 2019 this year at New Delhi's India International Centre, a prestigious conferencing venue of India's capital. The invited teams wre provided with a set of six Bloomberg BusinessWeek cases through the B-school Resource Centre of Peregrine Global. The team presentations were very professional and were judged by Dr Amarjeet Singh Oberoi a marketing professional and founder of MBA Randezvous and Mr Balasubramanian, entrepreneur and Business alliance consultant, both from New Delhi. The final presentaion secured 70 per cent marks for the teams.
(May 25, 1928 to May 26, 2019)
Rhyllis Rae Oedekoven Student Leadership Award Trophy
Rhyllis Rae Oedekoven (May 25, 1928 to May 26, 2019) The student Leadership trophy in her memory has been instituted by Peregrine Global Services in association with SEAA Trust, New Delhi to honour the memory of the celebrated & colorful history & archaeology buff, musician of repute by her own right and an avid global traveler who was the inspiration behind the founding of the Peregrine Global. Rhyllis Rae enthralled the Wyoming area faithful by her music until she was 91. She has left behind an unchallenged legacy in music and education being one of the first young women to get her Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical science in the post war USA in 1948.
Rhyllis Rae returned to higher education and completed a master’s degree in Library Science from Denver University in 1951 when she was just 22 years old. Her lifework centered on raising her children, music, and education. She subsequently completed academic programs in education and music and she taught music to children and adults throughout her professional life. Rhyllis Rae was a leader who believed in the importance of education and its impact on the world, influencing many people during her life and leadership journey. The memory of Rhyllis Rae through this award serves as a reminder of how each of us impact our world, today and for our future.
The Student Leadership Award was bagged by the Mumbai based Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Management Studies and Research (VESIMSR) college .