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The Wall Street Survivor
PORTFOLIO MANAGER COMPETITION
The Wall Street survivor is an online simulation game to learn about stock market trading and investment. This is for college students ( UG and PG ), B- School students to learn practically the stock market investment and trading. Here you are trading and investing using virtual money, not with real money. Even if you made the loss in investment or trading you are not losing any real cash.
Organized by Marian international institute of management Kuttikkanam in association with Geojit financial services ltd
Game period: 4th Sep to 30th November 2018.
1st PRIZE RS.50000
2nd PRIZE RS.25000
Register on or before 3rd September 2018
How to participate in the game
Rules of the game
Benefits of the Game
Registration fee Rs. 300
Mr. K .G. Antony,Chairman, Kerala Agricultural Development Society inaugurated the Entrepreneurship Club and addressed the MBA students on 24th July 2018
Mr. Biju Nair, Former Director,Cognizant Technology Solutions, Chennai inaugurated the Mercado Club on 17th July 2018
I deem it a great privilege to lead MIIM to greater heights. MIIM is already blessed with scenic beauty of tea plantations surrounding it, a serene ambience away from the hustle and bustle of cities and a cool weather ideal for academic pursuits. MIIM is embarking on its mission of developing competent, committed and inspiring business leaders with personal values and social concern. The Institute will provide an enriching learning experience to aspiring managers, enabling them to realize their full potential. MIIM will strive to achieve excellence in all its endeavours. In order to realize its mission, the Institute has set-up excellent, state-of-the-art infrastructure- an aesthetically designed modern building of 75,000 sq.ft area with hi-tech classrooms, computer lab, language lab, conference hall and a well-stocked Library. MIIM has a highly motivated, qualified and experienced faculty team. This is complemented by insightful lectures and regular interactive sessions by industry captains and other eminent resource persons from the field. The University curriculum will also be supplemented with additional certificate programs and value-added courses in specialised subjects to mould the students into fully developed and groomed, Corporate-Ready MBAs.
I have great pleasure in welcoming all the stakeholders, especially the aspiring managers, corporate recruiters and faculty resources to MIIM.
With Best Wishes
Rev.Dr.P.T. Joseph, S.J.