When it comes to post-undergrad planning, pre-business school students certainly have a lot on their plates. Between studying at all hours of the day and night for the GMAT and working to stay at the top of their games academically,
At 12 noon on March 25, some 1,100 nervous applicants learned they had been accepted to the Harvard Business School. For many, it was the crowning moment in a month- or year-long application process.
Business Insider caught up with a
by Simerpreet Singh, ISB
Like most fresh graduates, I also joined a corporation that hired me after campus interviews. I took my first corporate steps with Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited where I worked as Assistant Manager (Sales) before joining ISB.
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 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 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 Mayank Sharma, ISB
My Stints in Core Finance
I passed out with distinction from Delhi College of Engineering in June 2011 and really wanted to work in Finance. To that end, I joined the Equity Derivatives team in Evalueserve. My
by Manpreet Singh Mokha, IIMC
By the time I was in my final year, I realized that I couldn’t be an electrical engineer for life. I’d begun to appreciate the non-technical nuances of the activities I was part of during