Tata Steel announced the winners of the 9th edition of the Steel-a-thon
Mumbai, 01 October 2022
~ This edition saw record participation from 9000+ students from 28 top B-Schools across the country~
~Team Fluke from MICA Ahmedabad came out victorious and Team Firebolt from IIM Raipur secured it
Runner-up position in Business Track ~
~ Team Steelars from XIM Bhubaneswar emerged victorious and Uddeshyea from IRMA Gujarat secured Runner-up position in the Value Chain Track ~
~ Team HR Crew from XIM Bhubaneswar emerged victorious and Team Drifter from IIM Bangalore secured Runner-up position in the People Track ~
Tata Steel announced the winners of the 9th edition of its annual business challenge for India’s leading B-Schools Steel-a-thon on 24 September 2022, where students presented their innovative solutions to real business cases. Team Fluke from MICA Ahmedabad emerged victorious and Team Firebolt from IIM Raipur secured runner-up positions in the Business Track. Team Steelars from XIM Bhubaneswar was declared the winner and Uddeshyea from IRMA Gujarat took the runner-up position in the Value Chain Track. Team HR Crew from XIM Bhubaneswar was declared the winner of the People Track while Team Drifter from IIM Bangalore entered as runner-up.
The 2022 Steel-a-thon saw record participation, totaling 9000+ students enroll in teams of three students each, from around 28 major B-schools in India. For this year’s edition, teams have the option to choose a case out of 3 tracks and submit their idea/solution to one case. The songs and themes are – Business—Growth Aspirations (Grow More), Value Chain—Sustainable Value Chain (Do More), and People—Employee Wellbeing (Live More).
A total of 1036 teams submitted executive summaries for the pre-finals. After rigorous inspection of submissions, 53 teams were selected for the pre-final round. Ultimately, only 16 teams made it to the finals. The finalists presented their business case solutions to a jury consisting of senior management of Tata Steel led by Rajeev Singhal – Vice President Marketing & Sales (Flat Products); Peeyush Gupta – Vice President of Supply Chain, Tata Steel; Ashish Anupam – Managing Director, Tata Steel Long Products and Zubin Palia – Chief Group HR & IR, Tata Steel.
Rajeev Singhal, Vice President, Marketing & Sales (Flat Products) it says: “We’ve now been through 9 seasons of the Steel-a-thon and it’s just getting better and better. In this edition as well, we see some young and bright minds display incredible determination, passion and innovative ideas in the final. Hotly contested by the best minds from across the country. Heartfelt congratulations to all the winners and a huge thank you to all the participants for making this season historic.”
Peeyush Gupta, Vice President, Supply Chain, Tata Steel, it says: “We are very pleased to witness such strong and attractive participation with each passing edition. It’s a clear sign of the growing popularity of Steel-a-thon and its progress over the past nine years. It is heartening to see young minds with great potential working to build links between academia and business challenges. While I sincerely congratulate the winners, I would like to thank all the participants for taking time out of their grueling MBA schedules to analyze the business case. We were impressed by the insight and quality of recommendations made by the team, and it speaks volumes about the talent expected to emerge in this business in the years to come.”
The winning team for each song receives a cash prize of INR 2,50,000 and the Runners-up are awarded a cash prize of INR 1,50,000. These teams also accept PPOs (pre-placement offers) and certificates. Students selected from the National Finalists will receive a PPI (pre-placement interview) opportunity.
Steel-a-thon is a platform that gives the younger generation a window to not only showcase, but also get real-time quotes and insights from the best in the industry. Steel-a-thon participants greatly benefited from mentorship provided by Tata Steel’s senior management who demonstrated a focus on quality and attention to detail. This platform intends to prepare more budding leaders for real-life business challenges through applying their classroom knowledge in practical areas. This year is no different in that it offers students the opportunity to tackle real-life business challenges.
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