The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Department of S.S. Dempo College of Commerce and Economics organised the 6th edition of its Business event Rannbhoomi 6.0 at the Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG), Panaji-Goa recently.
The College festival was inaugurated by Chief Guest Virendra Kumar, Secretary Education, Govt. of Goa, Yatish Dempo, Trustee, Dempo Charities Trust and Sunil Prabhudessai, Administrator, Dempo Charities Trust in the presence of Principal Dr. Radhika Nayak, faculty members and students.
The winners of the event Rosary College, Navelim lifted the Rannbhoomi 6.0 trophy while St. Xavier’s College Mapusa bagged the first Runner’s up position.
The coveted trophies were handed over to the winning colleges by Shri. Laxmikant Parsekar Honorable Chief Minister of Goa in the presence of Pallavi Dempo, Trustee, Dempo Charities Trust, Yatish Dempo, Trustee, Dempo Charities Trust and Principal Radhika Nayak, S.S. Dempo College of Commerce and Economics.
Organised by the BBA Forum ‘Horizon’ of S.S. Dempo College of Commerce and Economics, Rannbhoomi 6.0 aimed to introduce students to a corporate environment and helped them grasp business related concepts in a fun and encouraging environment. The events planned endeavours to infuse a spirit of entrepreneurship, creativity and team work into participants. Subjects like Finance, Marketing, Human Resource and Entrepreneurship were built into the competitions to help students tackle business related scenarios.
One of the highlights of the event was a stand-up act by the comedian Sahil Shah from East India Comedy who left the audiences in splits. The act was held on the second day of the event.
Word on the corporate grapevine was that technology is replacing human interface. How does on thrive as a worker in this new world then? Collaboration, an entrepreneurial mind set, and most of all, adaptability was tested as students find their way through the round Automated Globe (Human Resources) which dealt with managing the world's most valuable resource – Manpower.
The round Urban Arcadia (Marketing) encouraged students to be involved in a rural evolution of sorts. Our economy was growing fast but many people of India still largely live away from modern civilization in rural pockets. The event created scenarios where participants can bring a market changes in rural areas.
Financial knowledge is power and if you possess it, you control the access to advancements and opportunities. The round (Digital Footprint) covered various aspects of the financial world.
Entrepreneurs do not follow the herd; they have a new path to inspire the rest. They don't cower in the face of crisis, they take it in their stride and overpower it. The round Green Project (Entrepreneurship & Crisis Management) pushed participants to let their inner entrepreneur take the wheel in the face of a drastically changing environment and global crisis.
Some of the other interesting rounds lined up at Rannbhoomi 6.0 were a corporate quiz called Geek it All, a team work round ‘Spotlight’ and ‘Keep it Reel, a photography related contest among other events.
Institutes, colleges and B-schools from Goa and other states participated in the high octane event.
“The Rannbhoomi event was truly unique in its approach. Along with providing creative and fun events to participate in, it also showcased the key aspects of the world of management to the young minds of today. It helped students to build confidence by exposing them to various competitions in the fields of Marketing, Finance, HR and entrepreneurship”, said Dr. Radhika Nayak, Principal of S.S. Dempo College of Commerce & Economics.
The 6th edition of Rannbhoomi coincides with the Golden Jubilee Celebrations of S.S. Dempo College of Commerce and Economics.
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