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TALENT HUNT FOR TOMORROW’S LEADERS1
TALENT HUNT FOR TOMORROW’S LEADERS2
TALENT HUNT FOR TOMORROW’S LEADERS
Leadership building needs to start early, and with this in mind, Synergy School of Business Skills, in coordination with PMI India, conducted a challenge for college students across the country. The competition, Career Cracker 2017, was the first such challenge to be organized.
It started with a national-level talent hunt for undergraduate students. They were categorized into two groups – students undergoing a three-year degree program and those in a degree program of over three years. They were judged on their talents, knowledge, and leadership skills that would make them leaders of tomorrow. The talent hunt was conducted in four stages, of which the first three were at the regional level. Those who qualified made it to the national final thatwas held in Chennai on 2 December.
The first round was a paper-based examination that almost 30,000 students from across 100 colleges took. Those who scored 50 percent or more qualified for the next round. In the second paper-based test, students were tested on logical reasoning and communication skills. In the third round conducted at Synergy offices across the country, the selected students had to prove their group discussion skills and presence of mind.
too: Joe Anton Jeriff and S. Subbulakshmi. The winners received their prizes from Mr. Karaiadiselvan, and Mr. N. Subbramanian, managing director and vice president respectively, of CADD Centre Training Services Pvt. Ltd.
The competition, a combination of entertainment, competition, and learning, turned out to be a wonderful learning experience for the participants as it brought out their true potential.
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