"To be a warrior is not a simple matter of wishing to be one. It is rather an endless struggle that will go on to the very last moment of our lives. Nobody is born a warrior, in exactly the same way that nobody is born an average man. We make ourselves into one or the other." - Carlos Castaneda
Mind over matter is what gets you here, Aspirations galore and just no fear. Hail no Lord, for in you is the power, Acclamations you garner while others cower. Yachts and penthouse we don't promise, Opiatic enough is a winner's bliss. Don't worry though we'r not giving the booty a miss, Hey don't be just another brick in the wall Abandon your doubts and give it all
1. A short business case study will be sent to the participants for which a 4 slide presentation(excluding title slide) needs to be submitted. Format of submission: a. Slide 1 - Title slide b. Slide 2 - Issue(s) in the case c. Slide 3 - Approach d. Slide 4 - Brief analysis e. Slide 5 - Recommendations 2. A 200 word SOP to be submitted on "Why you think you are a Mahayodha?". 3. Send the ppt and SOP to firstname.lastname@example.org The contestants would be judged on the basis of the case solution and also the SOP. A final shortlist of 20 participants would be released on the basis of the above criteria for on-campus round.
The second round is a 2-day on-campus event where 20 participants shortlisted from the first round will battle it out to prove that whatever they stated in the SOP weren't just statements and they actually have it in them to become the Mahayodha. One of the sub-rounds in the Round 2 is Case Presentation. The case solved for Round 1 has to be presented before a panel of judges. The presentation can be modified to include a maximum of 8 slides (excluding the title slide). Please note that slides will not be judged on the basis of their number. Rest of the sub-rounds will not be announced and will be kept as a surprise. The event promises to test each and every aspect of the contestant over the two days because the stakes are high and only the best will receive the elusive title. They would have to use all their intelligence, cleverness, creativity, talent and overall mental strength to come out on top. The winner shall take away not only the glory but also handsome prize money!
Timeline:Registration Starts - 1 Oct 2014 Registration Ends - 14 Oct 2014 Round 1 starts - Case Study Release - 5 Oct 2014 Round 1 ends - Case Study Submission - 15 Oct 2014 Result Declaration (Shortlist + Waitlist) - 22 Oct 2014 On Campus Round - 1 Nov 2014 and 2 Nov 2014 (Full 2 Days Event)
Rules:1. This is an individual event. 2. There is no restriction on number of participants from the same institute. 3. The decision of the panel of judges regarding evaluation will be final and binding. 4. The short-listed participants for the on-campus round will be informed by mail. Participants need to send their confirmation regarding participation within a day of receipt of the mail, failing which the next best candidate in order of ranking of all submissions would be invited. 5. The decision of the organizing committee will be final.