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BBASA Students To Help Brighten 'Women Education'

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The students of BBA Students Association (BBASA) of MS University has taken up the responsibility of turning 10 girls from SP Pandya School computer literates to ensure education of three girls from Nanhi Kali Organization as part of its 'Save the Girl Child' campaign.

The 'Save the Girl Child' campaign has been included as a part of Social impact initiative in their annual business game which is called BBA Baazigar. The grand finale of BBA Baazigar Season 7 was held on Sunday evening, where the final winning team of the top seven contenders will be declared.

The President of BBASA, Rumin Shah said "As part of the campaign 'Save the Girl Child', we have helped 10 girls of SP Pandya School by paying up their computer fees. We will also be screening a movie for the students. Similarly, we have donated clothes and detergent at Mother Teresa Missionaries of Charity. We are also adopting three girls from Nanhi Kali, a national level NGO of orphaned and unprivileged girls, for their education".

BBASA Students To Help Brighten Women Education

The 'Save the Girl Child' campaign has been included as a part of Social impact initiative in their annual business game which is called BBA Baazigar.

BBASA Students To Help Brighten Women Education

The grand finale of BBA Baazigar Season 7 was held on Sunday evening, where the final winning team of the top seven contenders will be declared.

BBASA Students To Help Brighten Women Education

In the 'Creative Move Round', which was held on Saturday, the teams were required to make an audio-visual film to qualify in the top seven teams for the grand finale which was held on Sunday at the Medical College Auditorium.

BBASA Students To Help Brighten Women Education

Eight students participating in BBA Baazigar contest have received job offers owing to the experience they have gained from the business game into the Corporate world

"Interestingly, eight students participating in BBA Baazigar contest have received job offers owing to the experience they have gained from the business game into the Corporate world", he added.

In the 'Creative Move Round', which was held on Saturday, the teams were required to make an audio-visual film to qualify in the top seven teams for the grand finale which was held on Sunday at the Medical College Auditorium.

During the four-day main event, which came to an end on Thursday morning, the participating teams conducted a variety of business starting from selling food items like cheese naan, pastas and mocktails to selling cosmetics, footwear and eye gears among others.

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