by Sanah Behera, TISS
On the day of my interview at TISS, I was one of the last interviewees for the day. Interview durations were ranging from anywhere between 20 to 45 minutes. In that long wait, a lot of thoughts
by Vivek Kalra, MDI Gurgaon
It was Thursday, February 19, 2015. I remember it so vividly because it was my GD/PI day at MDI Gurgaon. As I hopped into my Uber from my workplace at Noida, I had many things in
by Vivek Agarwal, MDI Gurgaon
The cut-off for MDI Gurgaon during my time was 94.5%ile. Just like other B-schools, MDI is also moving towards a selection model that lays more emphasis on your profile and interview performance.
The selection process
by Shriwant Choudhary, ISB
My 7 Years at NTPC
With Mechanical Engineering degree from NIT Silchar, I Joined NTPC in2008 as Engineering Trainee. I went through comprehensive 1-year training at NTPC, explored different functions, performed well in exams and secured posting
by Aman Bedi, FMS Delhi
FMS Delhi has a high weightage to CAT scores. However, the FMS interview is a different experience compared to all the others I had till then. As the duration of the interview is much shorter than
by Apoorva Mishra, ISB PGP Class of 2017
The most typical profile applying to ISB: software engineer for 3 years, Indian, male.
I was that. During my 3 years at a prestigious technology company in Bangalore, I got involved
by Kashish Narula, PGPM 2015-17, MDI Gurgaon
This being my first experience sharing article, I opted to share my experience of GD-PI-WAT first at MDI Gurgaon as this is my alma mater and one of the most reputed B-schools of
by Kunal Anand, ISB Hyderabad
Indian School of Business is unlike any other business school, and I am sure that this fact applies to almost all the B-schools out there but it is more prominent in the context of India.
by Sanah Behera, TISS
After months of preparation and anticipation, when I finally got a call from TISS Mumbai, my actual uphill journey began. A seat in the HRM & LR course at TISS was at arm’s length with only two
by TR Srinath, VGSOM, IIT-KGP
“There are 3 rules one must follow to crack an interview.
But, unfortunately, no one knows what they are.” –Anonymous
“Tell me about yourself.” “Why should I select you?” “What are your strengths and weaknesses?”