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FORE School of Management encourages social initiatives with First-Ever ‘FOREsutra’ Competition

National, March 2024: FORE School of Management organized FOREsutra, a competition intended specifically to encourage people to participate as social problem solvers. In this first edition, the theme was – “Creating Employment” where participants will be awarded cash prizes from Rs. 5,000 to Rs. 1 Lakh and certificates by FORE School of Management (FSM), New Delhi in an award ceremony scheduled on 4th April 2024.

This program was renowned for its broad geographical reach, with contributions coming from 24 Indian states as well as an overseas player representing Saudi Arabia. Interestingly, Maharashtra emerged as the forerunner in terms of participant involvement, outpacing even the capital city, Delhi.

Dr. Subir Verma, Director, FORE School of Management expressed, “We were overwhelmed by the dedication and exceptional caliber of the submissions we received this year. This initiative highlights FSM’s unwavering dedication to supporting innovative social initiatives and accelerating meaningful change. We extend our heartfelt congratulations to all participants and are looking forward to more such engaging competitions.”

The FOREsutra competition was aimed at involving individuals as solution providers and drew participants from a variety of backgrounds and areas around the country.

About FORE School of Management:

Established in 1992, with over 7000+ strong and connected alumni in the past 31 years, presently FSM offers 2-year full-time programmes in PGDM, PGDM(IB), PGDM(FM) & PGDM(BDA), and Full-Time Fellow Programme in Management (FPM) and Executive Fellow Programme in Management EFPM.

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