Sri Aurobindo College of Commerce and Management organized Business Fest, “METTLE” in the College Campus and announced the results of the same by holding a Prize Distribution Function to applaud and appreciate the efforts of all teams. The extravagant fest was organized under the guidance of Brigadier H.S. Bhandal, Director Education, Principal Dr. R.L. Behl, Prof. Jai Parkash, Prof Meenu Goyal, Prof. Jinesh Jain by Ashu Bansal, Anish Bansal, Himanshu Garg, Arshdeep Singh,Abheeti, Ishpreet, Tanusha, Chahat, Simran Pandher, Jitesh Singla, Adesh Bajaj, Jashanjot K. Grewal Mettle facilitating team.
A total of 10 teams participated in the Mettle Finale. Out of the participating teams, Team- PARIS PLAZA bagged the first position. Team Coordinator, Gurleen Kaur and other members namely Shivansh, Nimrit, Preetvaani, Gursimran, Nitish Bhasin, Shreya, Gurnoor, Rythem Saluja and Aarushi Aggarwal were very happy to be recognized as winning team. Team- FANTASIA stood second, Team- MEMEISTAN stood third and Team- MEXICAN FIESTA took the fourth position. Team-CHECK N MATE were rewarded for understanding the real meaning of ‘NOT ME BUT YOU’ withBEST MSR ( Mettle Social Responsibility) certificates. Teams- BACK TO SCHOOL, FESTFLIX AND CHILL, HAPPY HOURS, M.I.T.R.O.N RETURNS and SATTA TOWN got the Certificates of Appreciation for participating in the Mettle.
Prof Jai Parkash told that Mettle indeed is a learning experience for the participants as they apply theoratical knowledge in to practical and learn the marketing, finance and business skills. All the winners, participants and Organizing Committee members namely Ashu Bansal, Anish Bansal,Himanshu Garg, Arshdeep Singh, Abheeti, Ishpreet, Tanusha, Chahat, Simran Pandher, Jitesh Singla, Adesh Bajaj, Jashanjot K. Grewal and helping committee members Savnoor Singh andShounak Behal were awarded with certificates of appreciation to acknowledge their hard work and dedication. Brigadier H.S. Bhandal and Dr. R.L. Behl congratulated the winners and asked all the students to remember that a competition has only one winner but the real learning is for all.