Published On: Fri, Oct 9th, 2015

The NorthCap University organizes academic economic fest – Arthshastra 2015

THE NORTHCAP UNIVERSITY recently organized its academic economic fest ‘Arthshastra 2015’ in which more than 500 economics and management students from various colleges and universities across Delhi NCR participated. The main aim of the fest was to give the students an insight into the world of economics. It was organized by School of Management, NCU. Dr GB Singh, an independent economist and a visiting faculty member, Economics and Planning Unit, Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Delhi Centre, graced the occasion as the Chief Guest.

The fest was also attended by Prof. Prem Vrat, Pro-Chancellor; Brig SK Sharma(Retd), Pro Vice-Chancellor; Dr Charu Shri, Head, School of Management; Dr DR Agarwal, and Mrs Archana Mehra. There were different events conducted to make students understand the concepts of economics namely Stock Fusion, a mock stock market; Seal the Deal; Idea buzz; Abhivyakti, a business board game and a quiz.

Students were invited from over 100 private as well as government colleges and universities. The winners were given cash prizes and certificate of participation to all participants.

About The Northcap University

The Northcap University, Gurgaon (previously known as ITM, University) was founded in 1996, to promote excellence in Technical and Management education by Educate India Society, registered under the Registration of Societies Act of 1860. Located in the National Capital Region, NCU is a boutique university, committed to building competency in engineeringmanagementlawresearch and in exploring newer applications of industrial relevance. It has sprawling 10 acre campus with vast open spaces. It has an auditorium with over 400 seats. NCU has been ranked number 1 in the Top Emerging Universities in India, by Higher Education Review, April 2015.

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