About the Event:
Saksham: The Entrepreneurship Cell of IIM Udaipur launches its annual Case Study Competition, BizViz that revolves around a business problem faced by a startup or an entrepreneur. Participants are required to put their logical understanding of a business case scenario to solve the problems for them.
Participants would have to tackle a real-world business problem, which will be presented in the form of a case study in the main round. They would have to clear a preliminary online quiz to proceed to the case study analysis round.
- Each team must be comprised of 2-3 members
- The team members should be pursuing either full-time MBA, Executive MBA or undergraduate degree
- All the members of the team should be from the same institute
- A student cannot be part of more than 1 team
- Teams are encouraged to have members from different years and different domains
- All information will be shared only with the Team Leader after registration
- Teams found violating the rules and regulations will be disqualified
- The decision of the organizers will be final and binding
Rounds 1: Quiz competition
The quiz will be conducted online on Unstop and will have questions from multiple domains like business, entrepreneurship, and relevant current affairs. Its duration is half an hour and the team leader will give the quiz. Both speed and accuracy will be judged. This is an elimination round.
Rounds 2: Case study submission
A case study about a real-life business problem will be given to the shortlisted teams from the previous round and the teams are expected to provide a brief analysis of the case and propose practical and feasible solutions and an action plan that can be implemented.
Rounds 3: Case study presentation
Shortlisted teams from the previous round will present their solutions in the form of PPTs to the judging panel, consisting of senior executives of the startup. Maximum slides of the PPT should be 7. Winners of this round will receive cash prizes.
- Understanding the case
- Case analysis
- Structured problem-solving approach
- Implementation strategy