Summer Projects

 

For more details, contact :
Ms. Dipika Sengupta
email: dipika@rmai.in
Mobile : 9910023628 / 9818960558

 

RMAI “Rural Marketing Association of India” and Ayurvet Limited brings to you “The Eighth Annual Ayurvet RMAI Awards for Best Summer Projects In Rural Marketing”

With a view to recognize rural initiatives in the academic domain, which have enhanced understanding of various phenomenon in the market place, RMAI has instituted, annual awards for summer project specifically for management students. The earlier seven editions have been widely successful with participations from prestigious management institutes like IIM (Ahmadabad, Lucknow, Calcutta, Bangalore), FMS, Delhi, IIFT, Delhi, XLRI, Jamshedpur, IRMA, Anand, to name a few. Summer training is an integral part of any MBA curriculum in the country and all students undergo training of 8-10 weeks with an industrial, business or service organizations by taking up a study project. It serves as a direct exposure for students to an organization and its ways of functioning during course work. This initiative will collate the works carried out in rural arena under this arrangement and identify the distinctive studies to confer due recognition to the trainee.

Eligible Entries

Summer project in marketing domain carried out as part of full time PGDA/MBA course work.
Any project focused on emerging markets with

(a) functional areas including but not restricted to functional areas HR, Marketing, Finance, Supply Chain or
(b) Sectors – Agri Business/Healthcare/Information Technology/Consumer Goods etc. are encouraged to apply

Duration of summer project should be minimum 2 months.

Project should be based principally on primary data (to support the logic students can use secondary data but from reliable sources).

Unit of analysis should be in emerging markets – consumers or other entities in the value chain catering to the emerging market consumers.

   
Rules and Regulations

Entries should be submitted by individual students / groups

You can upload your entries online. Link of which will be activated in first week of June 2014
The deadline for submission of the entries will be 15th of July, 2014
Details of awards
 
. Gold: A Trophy and a Cash award for Rs 50,000
. Silver: A Trophy and a Cash award for Rs 30,000
. Bronze: A Trophy and a Cash award for Rs 20,000
. Trophy for 4th & 5th Runner up.
. Project work should represent original work
. Results, selection of 10 best entries will be declared by end of September 2014
. Ten best entries will be called for presentation to Delhi.
. All the entries will be given participation certificate
. All participant and faculty members can come and attend the final presentation in Delhi (at their own or institutional cost)
   
Jurys for the Event
An eminent Jury comprising Mr. R Seshadri, Former Managing Director – Anugrah Madison Advertising Pvt Ltd, Prof. Chander Sabharwal - Professor at IMT and Managing Director – Crop Health Products Limited and Dr. Anup Kalra, Executive Director – Ayurvet Ltd will evaluate the projects.

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Kota Mela

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The two-week long festival starts from the day of Dusshera. This festival is famous in Rajasthan for enjoyment and shopping. This festival is organized by the local administration and draws huge crowd from all over Rajasthan. Around 500 stalls are fabricated in a huge ground dedicated to the Dusshera festival. Giant wheels, Merry go rounds are a part of this festival. A Handicraft and cattle fair run parallel to the festival.

Kota Mela
State Location Dates Duration
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Visitors Profile
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Sonepur Mela

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Sonpur Mela
State Location Dates Duration
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Visitors Profile
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Kullu Mela
State Location Dates Duration
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Visitors Profile
Foot fall Rural Urban
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State Location Dates Duration
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