ABOUT PLANET B


 

 

Planet – B, is a Business Plan Competition hosted by Insight – a Business, Finance and Economics Meet of Narsee Monjee College, Mumbai. Planet – B aims to educate and inspire smarter entrepreneurs who launch ventures that are more successful. This competition provides a platform to display strong ideas that have the potential to grow into successful ventures and have a strong foothold in the global innovation and entrepreneurship community. It is an opportunity for the participants to put forth their ambitions to the rest of the world. The two-month timeline aims to provide the participants with an enriching learning experience. The final pitching will take place on the days of Insight’21 from 18th to 20th March, 2021.

ABOUT INSIGHT


 

 

Insight is the annual Business, Finance, and Economic Meet of SVKM's Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics, involving various competitive events and a Business Conclave, followed by the flagship initiative, The Global Youth Economic Summit.
Insight will be held in the month of March. The Global Youth Economic Summit (GYES) is a day-long conference, based on the lines of the World Economic Forum. The summit alone attracts a footfall of 500+ participants, including corporates and professionals.

In the 5th year, our endeavors are directed towards aligning the skill sets of participants to that of the corporate world to turn them into stalwarts of tomorrow’s industry. We wish to achieve the aforementioned by attaining maximum international participation while catering to students, professors, working professionals, bureaucrats, NGOs, political as well as economic influencers.

ABOUT N.M COLLEGE


 

 

Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics (also known as the NM College) is an affiliated and constituent college of the University of Mumbai. It is a highly reputed college for commerce and management education in India. The college was established in 1964 by Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal. It was awarded a re-accreditation 'A' grade and 3.42 GPA in the first cycle assessment conducted by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council.