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THE RACE TO THE LIST!

The Economic Times Young Leaders is India's largest platform to identify tomorrow's corporate leaders. Over 65,000 young managers have passed through its portals since 2011, and only 87 made it to the List.

We are delighted to extend the program to B-school students, in a customized form. A place on the ET Young Leaders B-School List will be your perfect head-start.

Recent Contenders:

  • Debabrata P.XLRIXLRI
  • Palak G.VIT Business School - VelloreVIT Business School - Vellore
  • khayali s.b.k.school of business...b.k.school of business management
  • Mukul A.FMSFMS
  • Puneet M.IIM RaipurIIM Raipur
  • Paidisetty V.T. A. Pai Management...T. A. Pai Management Institute (TAPMI), Manipal
LAP 1
LAP 2
LAP 3
LAP 4

THE WARM-UP

RACE FOR MANAGEMENT KNOWLEDGE

MANAGEMENT IN ACTION

WILL YOU MAKE A CEO?

Test your aptitude
Test your knowledge of management
Test your managerial capabilities in practice
Test your 'CEO Quotient'
The first lap of ET Young Leaders B-School Edition will test you on logic, quantitative skills and language proficiency. Brief test. Everything online. No queues, no hassles.
The second lap will assess you on managerial competencies such as project execution, team management, risk taking and decision-making, but in the safety of your room. Again, all online. Save time, save money.
A live business project will come your way in the penultimate lap. Not a theoretical case study or a simulated role-play, but the real McCoy. Nothing online about it.
You should finish the final lap by leaving a lasting impression on a panel comprising of renowned business minds. Let them know, in one-on-one interviews, that you are indeed 'CEO Material'.

Race For Glory (and Money!)

So fasten your seat belt, press on the pedal, navigate the twists and turns on the four laps, and see if you can fly.

A place on the prestigious Economic Times Young Leaders List (B-School Edition) changes lives. Not to mention Pre-Placement Offers and guaranteed Pre-Placement Interviews with the Aditya Birla Group.

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