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Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies Students Win Regional Finals of IMA’s 2021 Student Case Competition

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IMA® (Institute of Management Accountants) announced the regional winners of the tenth edition of its challenging and rewarding Student Case Competition titled “Ace the Case – Prove Your Business Acumen” –competition held across colleges from India and the Middle East region. Two teams from Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, University of Delhi, won first and second place while the team from the University of Jordan won third place at the regional finals. The finalist teams were shortlisted out of 75+ entries received from 50+ universities from the Middle East and India region.

The winners were selected through a rigorous selection process by a jury that included Khalife, Maan Karadsheh – Associate Director, KPMG, KSA, Hiba Daaboul – Regional Business Controlled, Nestle, Switzerland, and Jay (Jaywardhan) Semwal – Vice President, Finance, Hewlett Packard, India.

Congratulating the winners, Hanadi Khalife, senior director of MEA & India operations at IMA, said, “I would like to congratulate the students for their hard work in this year’s competition. We’ve seen the competition getting tougher with each passing year as undergraduate students from across the world apply their technical and theoretical skills in a real-world and practical business setting. This year, the focus was on topical accounting and finance problems and the winning teams all came back with excellent solutions to solve the problem they had been given.”

The competition, announced last year, gives winning students the opportunity to demonstrate their skills at the Grand Finals with an all-expenses paid trip to Dubai which will see winning teams from around the world go head-to-head to win the global first place title. As part of the competition, university students were challenged to demonstrate their analytical skills, strategic foresight, and creativity in teams of three to five members, formulating their cases and in turn, presenting their work to a panel of management accounting experts.

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