Hero MotoCorp Limited has got off the ground and launched its seventh season of Hero Campus Challenge (HCC) — a platform for students to demonstrate their talent, a stepping-stone to achieving greater things in life.
An initiative by Hero MotoCorp Limited, Hero Campus Challenge (HCC) gives students an opportunity to get a peek into the world of Hero and be a part of it by working on Hero’s real business challenges. Open to all students from select B-Schools and E-Schools, HCC pushes students to explore boundaries and expand their horizons!
Having witnessed an overwhelming response in the previous season, with a reach to 9,54,615 students and 35,633 registrations from 1700+ B-Schools and Engineering colleges, this year, Hero Campus Challenge Season 7 is back with bigger problem-based challenges and scenario planning exercises with an aim to build a sustainable ecosystem that can benefit all.
Walking on a similar path as last year, HCC Season 7 in collaboration with Dare2Compete will be operating on two tracks, B-Schools and E-Schools simultaneously and will have 5 rounds overall, spread over a period of 3 months. The first round will be an online quiz assessment. The second and the third round will be the Idea Elevator Pitch round where the shortlisted teams will submit a 1-slider PPT of their proposed solution in the prescribed format followed by the submission of the detailed presentation.
In the following round, Top 10 National Finalists, 5 teams per track, will move ahead for Mentorship and finally the Grand Finale!
What’s at stake?
There is a lot more to it than meets the eye. The whopping prize money and opportunity to be interviewed by Hero for full-time jobs/internships before the students finish their degree is a major draw. What’s even more exciting is earning full bragging rights and becoming the envy of all on campus! Hero Campus Challenge Season 7 promises to be a great learning and fun experience!
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