The Smart Cube announces 4th edition of Resolvr


A case study competition to attract young problem-solvers

NEW DELHI – 7 August 2018: The Smart Cube, an award-winning global provider of research and analytics solutions, and a 2018 Great Place to Work, announces the launch of Resolvr 2018 – A Case Study Competition.

Now in its 4th edition, building on three years of successful implementation, the competition is open to all final year students of engineering, MBA and postgraduate colleges in India. Students must form teams of four, register between 11 August and 29 August 2018, and submit their entries between 29 August and 5 September.

Resolvr 2018 invites case studies under two distinct categories: Research and Data Analytics. The ten best submissions from each category will be shortlisted and evaluated on multiple criteria – including level of research and analysis, clarity of thought, use of business English, and presentation skills.

The top three winners for each category will be announced on 15 October. The winning teams will collectively receive cash prizes worth INR 100,000 (for each category), and individuals will have the opportunity to attend pre-placement interviews.

Resolvr 2017 saw participation from over 1,600 students, which translated into 400+ participating teams from renowned colleges across India. Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Kashipur, won the first prize in the Data Analytics category and International Management Institute (IMI), New Delhi, won the first prize in the Research category.

Commenting on the benefits of Resolvr, Megha Jhunjhunwala, a past winner and now employee of The Smart Cube said: “Resolvr was one of the best experiences of my MBA. It developed my application of conceptual knowledge along with team work and time management skills. After Resolvr, I was successful in securing a job with The Smart Cube, where learning and growth never cease.”

Sushma Rana, Chief Human Resources Officer, The Smart Cube, said: “We’ve seen immense popularity of Resolvr among the top colleges in India over the last three years. Our objective is to look for young and talented problem-solvers, who are excited by new challenges and new projects. Our business demands highly skilled research and analytical professionals, and this case study competition helps us select some of the best minds from leading institutions.”

Gaurav Kumar, Chief Operating Officer, The Smart Cube, added: “We pride ourselves on delivering results and adding value to our international client base, which comprises nearly a third of the Fortune 100 and FTSE 100 – which means we are always searching for high-quality, talented young people with high aspirations. Resolvr is one of the ways we engage our potential recruits, as well as giving something back to academia from industry.”

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