Kathmandu, 26 May, 2015:Â The team Doers from The British College is to represent NepalÂ at the 2015 CIMA Global Final in Poland
The CIMA Global Business Challenge, an International business competition for undergraduates designed to bring out the best in aspiring business leaders was conducted today with 4 finalist from Nepal who were selected from 148 applicants.
The Doers from The British College was declared winners at the Nepal Country Finals. This team was represented by Ms. Kalpana Pant, Ms. Safalta Shrestha, Mr. Angel Sharma and Ms. Priyanka Puri who will now move on to represent Nepal at the 2015 CIMA Global Business Challenge Global Finals in Poland.
Contestant had to work in team of four, demonstrating their abilities in business management and analysis. The competition task required the teams to initially present a report on a business case pertaining to the oil and gas industry which was a demanding task due to the sheer unfamiliarity of the industry in the country. Thereafter 4 of the short listed teams made presentation and it was encouraging to note that each team had conducted extensive research and presented meticulously thought-out business cases which were well articulated.
The other three teams were from KUSOM, NCC, Islington who reached the top 4 places in the country finals from a total of 148 teams across 37 colleges applicant.
The team from NCC was awarded First Runner Up, KUSOM as Second Runner Up and Islington as Third Runner Up.
Mr. Angel Sharma from The British College won the Best Speaker Award and NCC won the Best Video Award.
Judges at the Nepal Country Final this year consisted of Dr. Surya Prakash Shrestha, Mrs. Aashmi Rana and Mr. Shabda Gyawali.
The CIMA Global Business Challenge is a fantastic opportunity for nepali undergraduates to gain global exposure and learn real life business skills. For a developing country like Nepal, a competition of such mafnitude really helps to sharpen the business acumen of the future business leaders of tomorrow.” said Shristi Mishra and Sagar Satyal , who are the country representatives of the CIMA Global Business Challenge for Nepal.
The British College team will compete with 25 other teams in the 2015 CIMA GBC Global Finals that will be held in Warsaw, Poland from 3-7 August.