Thanks for your posting.
Frist of all, I want to emphasize that you are part of a very competitive demographic so every aspect of your candidacy has to be excellent. You have used up all of your margin of error in your undergraduate record so everything moving forward has to be perfect. This is especially true of your application.
Also, at 28 (29 by the time you start) school is starting to become a bit on the older side which some schools consider ideal. This is not a deal at every school, but definitely a factor at others.
The last thing I will highlight is that your experience in IT seems fairly uniform for Indian candidates so you are going to have to work hard to distinguish yourself from your peers (and this is simply not saying that you work in North America).
As for which schools you should target, I would start with what I consider to be middle-upper tier schools such as Ross, Johnson, Fuqua, Darden, and Anderson. If you want to try one or two top tier schools, I would recommend Kellogg and Booth. As for back-up schools, look at Texas and USC Marshall. '
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