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St. Xavier’s College Entrepreneurship Development Cell to host Entreprise 2022

Subhadrika Sen
Subhadrika Sen
Posted on 08 Feb 2022
15:38 PM
A glimpse of Entreprise 2020.

A glimpse of Entreprise 2020. Source: Entrepreneurship Development Cell

Entreprise 2022 is virtual competition for business simulation
Registration open till February 9 midnight for college and university students from across India

Shark Tank got you on your toes? It’s time to apply your pitch-perfect skills at Entreprise 2022 organised by the Entrepreneurship Development Cell of St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata, with Edugraph as the digital media partner.

The inter-college entrepreneurial simulation and business conclave will have its preliminary rounds on February 11 and 12, while the finals are scheduled on February 26 and 27. Students can sign up till midnight on February 9.

Aiming to recreate a highly proactive and charged entrepreneurial environment, Entreprise is designed as a corporate simulation competition. The rounds challenge the business analytic skills of the participants in an almost-real scenario.


The event promises to awaken the entrepreneur in the participants by throwing challenges that test their theoretical and practical knowledge. Registration is open for college and university students from across India. The competition will be held on digital platforms.

“Entreprise is a national-level entrepreneurial simulation event. We provide students a platform to showcase their business acumen through a plethora of diverse rounds and workshops. Here you can foster interpersonal communication skills. The competition encourages you to work together in teams, forces you to widen your out-of-the-box thinking capacity and challenges your knowledge,” said Siddhart Sonthalia, a third-year Economics student, who is the director of the Entrepreneurship Development Cell.

Each team will have two participants. Their marketing skills, finance gauging abilities, public relations skills, human relations capabilities, and strategic management aptitude will be tested in several curated rounds throughout the preliminary stage. The Entrepreneurship Development Cell panel will monitor the performances of the teams based on pre-decided parameters and pick 12 qualifying teams for the final rounds of the competition.

Bharat Moossaddee, chief financial officer at Mahindra & Mahindra, will address the students on February 10 at 10am; Tapan Singhel, managing director and CEO of Bajaj Allianz General Insurance, will give his insights into the industry on February 26 at 11am. A panel discussion by Ankit Prasad, founder Bobble AI; Pulkit Bhandari, head, group corporate finance, RPG Enterprises; and Sandipan Mitra, co-founder and chief executive officer at HungerBox, will be held on February 16 at 11am.

All the sessions can be viewed here:

Click here to register:

Last updated on 08 Feb 2022
16:01 PM
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