IIM Rohtak, IMT Ghaziabad and FMS Delhi has qualified for Deloitte’s Maverick Challenge Season IV Finals from the 19 teams that competed from the North Zone.
Deloitte, one of world’s leading professional services organization, concluded the North Zone regional round of its industry-academia connect programme Maverick season IV recently.
Now these team will face the winners from other Zones at this season’s grand finale that will be held at Deloitte’s Hyderabad office on September 04, 2015.
The regional round, held at the Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad (IMT), posed challenges to test the contestants’ ability to propose and defend solutions to complex and real business challenges in a simulated business environment. Both the qualifying teams demonstrated their strength to work in teams, and participated in live debates &presentations that were evaluated by experienced business leaders from Deloitte.
Commenting on the regional round, SV Nathan, Senior Director and Chief Talent Officer, Deloitte in India said, “The regionals resonated with energy and brilliance. We saw some stiff competition, to win and succeed, to learn and grow and to make it big. We have thousands of young minds joining the global workforce every year and we want to ensure that those who join Deloitte not only lend their spark but also thrive in today’s competitive marketplace. Maverick helps us focus on inspiring students to acquire global leadership competencies in line with Deloitte’s own focus on client service excellence and leadership development. We are now looking forward to the finals, which going by the current trend, should be even more exciting and rewarding.”
Maverick debuted in 2012with India’s top 30 B-schools and over 6,000 students. One of the reasons for its successful run in the 4th year is the opportunity it presents for cultivating a solutions mindset and the ability to highlight consultative skills. This has been a major pull in the student community as witnessed by the year-on-year growth in participation. This season saw over 15,500 registrations from over 100 B-schools.