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Tag Line : inspiring solutions…
To consort students as an integral part of knowledge-led productivity movement
To provide an industry interface for the students and cultivate business acumen
Prerana was born in 1995 as an endeavor of the first PGDIM batch of NITIE. The seeds of this inspiring journey was sown with the flagship Summer Project Contest (SPC) which seeks to unearth the best summer projects across the areas of SCM, Marketing, Finance, HRM, Consulting, and IT.
Beginning with SPC as its sole event in the 1st edition, Prerana today has evolved into a panoply of pioneering contests. The sharpest and the brightest, from the best business schools of the country, arrive at NITIE each year to put mind over matter and battle it out for the top honours.
In 2013, the Golden Jubilee year, NITIE took a step towards amalgamation of all the student activities and saw the genesis of ‘Avartan’. Avartan signifies the rhythmic cycle of change and development. Avartan in corporate Lakshya – the annual corporate confluence of NITIE, Prerana – the management fest of NITIE, Arohan – the cultural fest and Josh – the sports fest at NITIE. The objective is to highlight the inherent power of team work and synergy in the modern organizational setup. The five day management conclave saw over 17 events and contests that drew participants from the best business schools of the country.
During Prerana, NITIE plays host to industry leaders and dignitaries who participate as jury and keynote speakers. The event transforms NITIE into a hotbed of activity focused at inspiring and driving students towards management excellence. It brings together the brightest management minds of the country, industry stalwarts from the top echelons of the corporate world, and trailblazers from the world of performing arts and cinema. Thus, the event creates a platform forstudent industry interaction to ensure a holistic management study experience for the students.
Major events/contests included:
1 Treasurer and 28 other coordinators.