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GUWAHATI, Feb 15 � Royal School of Business participated in the annual Amity Youth Festival held in Amity University, Noida, from February 9 to 11.

There were over 70 colleges/universities from across India to take part in �Integrated Management Games.� The Royal Group of Institutions was the only college from the North-east to have taken part in three management events and came out with flying colours in all three events, a press release said.

Akash Patwari was adjudged �The Best Manager�, Nikunj Jajodia, was adjudged first in �Nelson�s Eye (Strategy), Ratan Jain�was adjudged second in Ethno-Quest (HR), and Ankur Harlalka was adjudged fourth in Ethno-Quest (HR).

The events were based on survival strategies in stressful times, consisting of 25 rounds on HR, finance, marketing, press conferences, blind-fold tasks, PPT, etc. The events lasted for 36 hours without break with overnight tasks. The participants were asked to strategize and make 6-month plan, 3-year plan and 5-year plan of 10 billion dollars, for an island struck with natural calamities like earthquake, tsunami, etc. Presence of mind, decision-making ability under stressful conditions, crossword games, and instant reactions to situations were the main rules of the HR game.

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City institution shines in youth festival

GUWAHATI, Feb 15 � Royal School of Business participated in the annual Amity Youth Festival held in Amity University, Noida, from February 9 to 11.

There were over 70 colleges/universities from across India to take part in �Integrated Management Games.� The Royal Group of Institutions was the only college from the North-east to have taken part in three management events and came out with flying colours in all three events, a press release said.

Akash Patwari was adjudged �The Best Manager�, Nikunj Jajodia, was adjudged first in �Nelson�s Eye (Strategy), Ratan Jain�was adjudged second in Ethno-Quest (HR), and Ankur Harlalka was adjudged fourth in Ethno-Quest (HR).

The events were based on survival strategies in stressful times, consisting of 25 rounds on HR, finance, marketing, press conferences, blind-fold tasks, PPT, etc. The events lasted for 36 hours without break with overnight tasks. The participants were asked to strategize and make 6-month plan, 3-year plan and 5-year plan of 10 billion dollars, for an island struck with natural calamities like earthquake, tsunami, etc. Presence of mind, decision-making ability under stressful conditions, crossword games, and instant reactions to situations were the main rules of the HR game.

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