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MET Leads at IIM-A

MET PGDM (e-Business) students, Jaineel Rajpura and Pooja Mariwala were the All India 2nd Runners up in 'CFO Axis' at "Amaethon 2016", organized and hosted by Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Ahmedabad. In addition, Yash Sanghvi and Harish Patidar, also students of MET PGDM (e-Business) stood 3rd Runners up in the same contest.

The competition had a series of two rounds. The case revolved around formulating premium for a weather insurance product and test its profitability over a period of 10 years. The first round was designed to test the team's ability to analyze and interpret the given data. Several management colleges participated in the case study round, of which top 6 teams were shortlisted and invited to the Ahmedabad campus to participate in the next round. The top six teams comprised of two teams from MET PGDM (e-Business), two teams from IIM Ahmedabad, one team from NMIMS and one from Goa Institute of Management.

The second round was the campus round which revolved around managing a business by giving the teams real-life scenarios aided by virtual credit systems like venture capitalists and banks. It was divided into three phases, where the teams had to make time-bound strategic decisions to achieve financial objectives by maximizing the company's profits. MET students defeated teams from some of the best B-schools in India like NMIMS, IIM-Ahmedabad etc and won the awards. Congratulations to the MET teams!


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