Cultural fest Chrysalis 2K19 held at VJIM
The city based Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management, Bachupally organised a cultural and management fest CHRYSALIS 2K19 and Business Plan Event Competition Students from various management colleges participated in various competitions like Debate Chacha, CEO of the Year,
Hyderabad: The city based Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management, Bachupally organised a cultural and management fest “CHRYSALIS 2K19” and Business Plan Event Competition. Students from various management colleges participated in various competitions like – Debate Chacha, CEO of the Year, Finvest, HR Hunt, Market Zen, Optimops, Bollywood Trivia, Faceoff, Conquer the Mic, Showbiz and other formal events. It was all fun and frolic at the campus as the students in colourful attire danced to the tunes of the latest music albums. It was altogether a festive atmosphere at the campus.
To spur entrepreneurship and encourage innovation ideas, VJIM conducted a Business Plan Competition; IGNITRON ‘for Business Management and Engineering students. Many students across the city have participated in the event ‘Smart Ideas for Smart Cities’. The topics that were discussed include Civic Infrastructure, Urban Mobility, Waste Management, e-governance, Health Care, Green Building, Crime Monitoring, Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence. From 30 entries 10 Business Ideas were shortlisted for presentation.
Saroj Kumar Mahato of VJIM won first prize in Debate competititon, Akshit of IIMC won the CEO of the Year Award and in the Marketing Event, K Siri Chandana of VJIM, in Operation Event-Driven, A Saikiran, VJIM and Finance Event, N Akhil –Wesley college .The Director, VJIM, Dr Ch S Durga Prasad gave away the prizes to the winners.
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