5th Peregrine Global Students Instant Case competition 2021
Winner of the 3rd Rhyllis Rae Oedekoven Trophy for Student Leadership 2021
Peregrine Global & SEAA Trust, New Delhi wish the winners of the 5th Peregrine Global-SEAA Students Instant case competition workshop 2021! The first position went to Otgontenger University of Mongolia, the Second Position to Kettering University of US, the Third position was shared between Mandakh University of Mongolia and IES's Management college and Research Centre, Mumbai
Established in 1991 as “Oyunkhorol Foreign Language Institute” the three decades old Otgontenger University based in Ulaanbaatar, Capital of Mongolia had expanded into a university in 1999. It was Accredited first in 1991. The University founder Dr Oyunkhorol Dulamsuren, a legendary educationist and a senior minister of Mongolian State Great Hural (Parliament).
Charles Kettering (1876-1958), an inventor, an industrialist and Major Albert Sobey helped found the over a century old Kettering University in 1919 as The School of Automobile Trades in Flint Ohio. The school was taken over by GM in 1926 and later in 1998 became a full fledged university.
5th students Instant cases competition
Nov 27th (Sat) 2021 6 pm to 8 pm IST (Zoom platform..... concluded)
Mandakh University Ulaanbaatar Mongolia was established in 1992 and acquired its University status in 2017.It has a strong imprint on Higher education as well as Accounting and Finance of Mongolia, the University's President G.Nanjid, a charismatic woman education leader says.
IES’s Management College and Research Centre (MCRC), one of the premier business schools, established in 1998 and it is part of the massive 67 institutions education conglomerate.
3rd Rhyllis Rae Oedekoven Student Leadership Award Trophy
SPECIAL MENTION BY JURY
Rhyllis Rae (1928-2019) was born on May 25, 1928, to Mark G. and Bernice (Orton) Richmond in Denver, Colo., Her passions related to books, archeology, music, and cats. Over the course of her career, she worked at libraries in South Dakota and Wyoming. Her love of archeology took her to Mexico, Europe, Peru, Ecuador, and Bolivia where she explored and studied the wonders of the ancient world. Rhyllis Rae sang in several choirs, taught music to children, played percussion in the Power River Symphony, and played her beloved marimba at churches for over 60 years.
FUN FILLED WORKSHOP! TOP ACADEMICS AND THINKERS PRESENTING ALONG WITH STUDENT TEAMS GIVING VIVID ACCOUNT OF HOW THEY WENT ABOUT PARTICIPATING IN THE PRESTIGEOUS GLOBAL STUDENT COMPETITION