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Building Student Performance Track Record, Imparting Technical and Soft Skills, Building Professional Profiles

InnoVision B-School Challenge

Participating in business school competitions can significantly enhance a student’s prospects for securing excellent placements. Some of the key benefits are as follows Skill Development and Application
  • Competitions provide a practical platform for students to apply theoretical knowledge gained in classrooms. 
  • Solving real-world business challenges hones critical skills such as problem-solving, strategic thinking, and teamwork.
Networking Opportunities
  • Competitions bring together students, faculty, industry experts, and corporate representatives.
  • Networking during these events can lead to valuable connections, mentorship, and potential job referrals.
Industry Exposure
  • Business competitions expose students to various industries, sectors, and business models.
  • Understanding diverse business contexts prepares students for the dynamic corporate world.
Resume Enhancement
  • Winning or even participating in prestigious competitions adds weight to a student’s resume.
  • It demonstrates initiative, leadership, and the ability to thrive under pressure.
Problem-Solving Mindset
  • Competitions encourage students to think creatively and find innovative solutions.
  • Employers value candidates who can tackle complex problems with a fresh perspective.
Showcasing Talent
  • Competitions allow students to showcase their skills to potential recruiters.
  • Impressive performances can lead to direct job offers or internship opportunities.
Learning from Peers
  • Interacting with peers from different B-schools exposes students to diverse viewpoints.
  • Learning from others’ strategies and approaches enriches their own knowledge.
Industry Recognition
  • Winning a well-known competition earns recognition not only within the college but also in the corporate world.
  • Companies often track successful participants and consider them during recruitment drives.
Soft Skills Development
  • Presenting ideas, defending arguments, and handling Q&A sessions improve communication skills.
  • Confidence gained through competitions positively impacts interviews.
Preparation for Corporate Challenges
  • Business competitions simulate real business scenarios.
  • Students learn to analyze data, make informed decisions, and present their findings convincingly.

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InnoVision B-School Challenge

Technical Skill Development

  1. Artificial Intelligence
  2. Data Visualisation
  3. Business Analytics
  4. Digital Marketing
  5. Personal Financial Management

 Soft Skill Development

    1. Effective Communication 
    2. Teamwork and Collaboration 
    3. Emotional Intelligence (EQ) 
    4. Leadership 
    5. Problem-Solving 
    6. Time Management 
    7. Adaptability and Flexibility 
    8. Networking and Relationship Building 
    9. Work Ethic and Professionalism 
    10. Building Social Media Profiles
    11. Creating impactful Resumes

Social Media Profile

Building an effective professional social media profile is crucial for making a positive impression and showcasing your brand. Here are some key points to consider:

Perfect Your Profile Picture
Choose a high-quality, professional-looking profile picture. It should be clear, well-lit, and reflect your personal brand. Use the same profile picture across all your social media platforms to maintain consistency.

Design What You Can
Customize your profile header or cover image. Use this space to highlight your expertise, showcase your work, or convey your brand message.

Write the Perfect Bio
Craft a concise and engaging bio that describes who you are, what you do, and your unique value proposition. Infuse your personality into your bio to connect with your audience1.

Pin What’s Important
Most platforms allow you to pin a specific post or content at the top of your profile. Use this feature strategically to highlight key achievements, projects, or announcements.

Build the professional connections that work for you
Follow relevant industry leaders, organizations, and influencers. Engage with their content and build connections. Set your interests to align with your professional goals and expertise.

Post at regular intervals
Create posts that align with your professional profile. Showcase your expertise through valuable content and thought leadership.Post at regular itervals. Share your content across different platforms. For example, if you write a blog post, promote it on LinkedIn, Twitter, and other relevant channels. Consistently engage with your audience by responding to comments, messages, and inquiries.

Placement Preparation

Strategies to improve placement performance:
Start Early: Encourage students to begin their preparation early. Mock group discussions, personal interview training sessions, and aptitude test practice should be taken seriously from the beginning.
Build a Strong Résumé: A compelling résumé is essential. Students should highlight their achievements, skills, and relevant experiences. Tailor the résumé to match the job role they are applying for.
Build Differentiators: Build a set of achievements that differentiate student from other students. These could be Business School competition success, Student Activities, Internships, Corporate Projects and scholastic achievements.
Self-Assessment: Students should assess their strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement. Identifying gaps and working on them is crucial for success.
Research Companies: Before interviews, students should thoroughly research the companies they are interviewing with. Understand the company’s culture, values, and expectations.
Develop Skill Sets: Soft skills, communication abilities, and analytical skills are essential. B-schools often offer skill development courses to enhance these competencies.
Maintain a Strong CGPA: While grades aren’t everything, maintaining a good CGPA can positively impact placement opportunities2.
Network: Encourage students to network with alumni, industry professionals, and recruiters. Networking can provide valuable insights and connections1.
Dress Professionally: First impressions matter. Students should dress appropriately for interviews, projecting a professional image.
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