AMU MBA Student Ahmad Faraz awarded by TCS
Submitted by admin4 on 30 March 2009 – 10:18am.
* Indian Muslim
By TwoCircles.net news desk,
New Delhi: Ahmad Faraz, an MBA first year student of Aligargh Muslim University AMU, has been awarded with “TCS Smart Manager Award”. As part of the award he wins a cash prize of Rs 25 thousand.
It is notable that Tata Consultancy Services invites students of management institutes from all over India to participate online in a “Case Study Contest” where in a business problem is given to them and they are asked to provide practical solutions to challenging business problems.
The students in large numbers from institutes such as IIMs, IITs, NITIE, NMIMS and etc. participate in the contest but only one gets the award.
TCS had advertised a case contest which was on a retail organization facing terrorist attack. Faraz had sent an analysis and solution for that one month back and has been awarded now.
Noteworthy, TCS contest has importance because it includes higher qualified personalities of the country such as NR Naryan Murthy, the chief Mentor of Infosys Technologies, Nitin nohria, the Associate Dean of Harvard Business School, S. Ramodarai, the CEO and M.D. Tata Consultancy Services, Omkar Goswami, the Founder and Chairperson of CERG advisory and Gita Piramal, the India’s foremost business writer.
Prof. Javaid Akhter the chairman of the department of Business Administration, Aligarh Muslim University congratulated Ahmad Faraz calling it as proud moment for all AMU members.