Taking stock

Effective feedback system key for cross-varsity team

NUS student Mudit Kedia says he learnt that effective leadership does not mean preventing conflict.
NUS student Mudit Kedia says he learnt that effective leadership does not mean preventing conflict.

There were 10 teams in the contest comprising students from different universities, with one led by National University of Singapore fourth-year economics student Mudit Kedia. His teammates Aayush Kumar, Divya Agarwal and Shrey Bidasaria, all 22, are final-year Singapore Management University students.

They made their foray into investing over the past year and now some on the team are investing in mutual funds and stocks on online trading platforms, says Mr Kedia, 22. The quartet rounded out the top three teams as second runners-up.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on May 13, 2018, with the headline 'Effective feedback system key for cross-varsity team'. Print Edition | Subscribe