SPJIMR student team comprising Jignesh Gavale (PGPM) and PGDM participants Ansh Malik, Prajwal Kalame, Bhargavi Agrawal, Harsh Mehta, and Pratiksha Panda were among the top 100 shortlisted from over 700+ submissions worldwide for their essays to attend the 52nd St. Gallen’s symposium held recently in Switzerland.
The St. Gallen Symposium is one of the world’s most prestigious conferences, bringing together top decision-makers from academia, business, and politics to discuss global issues and share ideas. It offered a unique opportunity for our participants to meet and exchange ideas with top leaders from around the world and to gain valuable insights into the most pressing issues facing our society today.
Jignesh Gavale was one of the top 25 essay winners and presented core ideas from his essay, “Deconstructing Democracy as our Legacy”, to a global audience of 250 participants from 75+ countries. In addition, the team comprising SPJIMR participants Harsh Mehta and Prajwal Kalame, with students from other global universities, emerged victorious in the ABB case challenge and received the opportunity to present their solution on-stage to the global audience, including senior executives from ABB.
At SPJIMR, we believe in fostering a culture of excellence and enabling our students to achieve their full potential. We are delighted to see our students making their mark on the global stage.