Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce is an eminent name, held in high regards when it comes to discipline and proficiency in the field of academics!
SGGSCC is a pioneer in the list of elite institutions and the exemplary students here are assembling a fest- ESCAPADE’19, the first of its kind, to stay true to their roots of being the convivial millennials as well.

The Marketing Society, Department of Commerce- SGGSCC, is organizing this annual marketing fest on the 23rd of February and the event line-ups will kaboom your mind!

What's buzzing?

This marketing fest marks days of absolute mirth, providing the aspiring big-shots with a competing platform in diverse topics inclusive of skill tests and brain-storming!

Escapade’19 is an avenue which deviates from the routine life of academics and it has the kick-ass potential of providing the attendees with intense edutainment!

The Categories of the Event!


The Alia and Pandya situations required a PR as strong as Hercules to bring out the celeb as sparkly as before. What happens when a Company goes through PR jitters?Experience it all at ESCAPISTS, the online PR crisis!


In a bid to switch places with political parties and CEOs, RAJNEETI lets you market your person and product alike to win the popular vote!


While some say the open outcry auction turns brain into mush, we know some brains get their slots perfect! For a rational investor, marketeer and bidder, marketing variant of the IPL Auction - INSIDE EDGE, The perfect match wins the match!


You know it! No one cared who you were until you grabbed the pan! Rise above Parle G and try your hand at this campus curated PubG to test the trader, the marketeer and the analyst in you!

*Details quoted as received from the authorities*

ESCAPADE’19 is going to compile the perfect symphony of brain, wits, adrenaline and fun to satiate the latent marketing maniacs in you!

So hurry and register now to be a part of this fest frenzy!

Location: Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce, Pitampura, New Delhi- 110034

Timings: 10am-5pm, 23 February’19

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