NTPC Bongaigaon Secures 1st Runners-up Trophy at 6th Corporate Management Olympiad 2024


NTPC Bongaigaon proudly announces its exceptional achievement at the 6th Corporate Management Olympiad 2024, where it clinched the esteemed 1st Runners-up Trophy in the Case Study Category. This recognition highlights the station’s commitment to excellence and innovation in corporate management practices.

The dynamic duo comprising Shri Madhurjya Singha Lahkar, Senior Manager, HR-Corporate Communication, and Shri Manish Kr. Singh, Senior Manager, C&I, represented NTPC Bongaigaon at the prestigious event held in New Delhi on May 8, 2024. Competing in an online format, they showcased their expertise on the topic “Best Process Practices” amidst stiff competition from more than 17 teams representing prominent organizations nationwide.

Expressing his elation, Shri K C Muraleedharan, Business Unit Head of NTPC Bongaigaon, extended hearty congratulations to the triumphant team. Shri Muraleedharan emphasized the significance of their achievement in enhancing the station’s reputation and urged them to continue striving for excellence.

The event also witnessed the presence of Shri Onkar Nath, Additional General Manager (HR),NTPC Bongaigaon who graced the occasion with his encouragement and extended the support for the team.

The Corporate Management Olympiad, organized by the All-India Management Association (AIMA), serves as a platform to foster agility and resilience in organizations, equipping them to thrive in evolving business landscapes. NTPC Bongaigaon’s remarkable performance is a glaring example of its commitment to embracing new realities and driving transformative change in the corporate sphere.

In addition to this remarkable feat, NTPC emerged as the undisputed overall Champion of the Competition for 2024, clinching the highest number of awards across various categories including Quiz, Business Simulation, and Case Studies. This resounding success reaffirms NTPC’s position as a leader in corporate excellence and management innovation.

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