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IIMA Overseas candidates pants pooping [#permalink] New post 04 Jan 2007, 06:36
Any one??
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Jan 2007, 07:23
Im pretty sure this one is all you
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Jan 2007, 08:13
come on there must be somebody atleast??
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Jan 2007, 11:00
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Jan 2007, 14:12
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I am not sure if I get you...

have u applied for IIMA as an NRI
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Jan 2007, 14:27
venky1979 wrote:
mukeshnathani wrote:
I am not sure if I get you...

have u applied for IIMA as an NRI


IIMA?
NRI?
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Jan 2007, 14:31
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venky1979 wrote:
mukeshnathani wrote:
I am not sure if I get you...

have u applied for IIMA as an NRI


IIMA?
NRI?


IIMA - Indian Institute of Mangagement, Ahemdabad (city)
NRI - Non Resident Indian

Lingos only an indian would know! However, I know that IIMA is doing very well within Asia, so very soon, it might get popular in US and thus in this forum.
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Jan 2007, 22:35
if interested in i-banking
IIMA preovides the same opportunities as ultra elites but at 1/20 th the price
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Jan 2007, 23:07
Most people out of IIMA start as analysts while people out of top us schools start as associates. Big difference ! Since the majority of students at IIMs have little or no prior work experience it is natural that they will start at entry level positions. Of course, there will always be a handful of people who have good prior work experience and will get top notch jobs. If you check the resume book of schools such as Wharton and even lower ranked schools such as Darden you will notice the number of IIM graduates who come to the US for a second "international" MBA.

IIMs have a stellar reputation in India and will open a lot of doors. The ROI is great if you plan to work in India post-MBA. For most people, an MBA will be a final degree and thus the desire to end up at a top notch program. BTW, the IIMA campus is awesome and every single b-school campus dwarfs in comparison.

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if interested in i-banking
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Jan 2007, 23:39
I doubt if a fresher gets in wharton he will get the job of an assosiate
Considering the experience people bring in i think even abroad IIMA has good chances atleast in finance area


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Most people out of IIMA start as analysts while people out of top us schools start as associates. Big difference ! Since the majority of students at IIMs have little or no prior work experience it is natural that they will start at entry level positions. Of course, there will always be a handful of people who have good prior work experience and will get top notch jobs. If you check the resume book of schools such as Wharton and even lower ranked schools such as Darden you will notice the number of IIM graduates who come to the US for a second "international" MBA.

IIMs have a stellar reputation in India and will open a lot of doors. The ROI is great if you plan to work in India post-MBA. For most people, an MBA will be a final degree and thus the desire to end up at a top notch program. BTW, the IIMA campus is awesome and every single b-school campus dwarfs in comparison.

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if interested in i-banking
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Jan 2007, 23:58
The 2006 placement data points to the contrary. There were only 3 associate level "lateral" IB offers for people with prior financial sector experience. There were only 20 US job offers (across all industries and not just IB). The odds of landing a plush IB job in NYC are slim. For the record, IB is a backup option for Wharton grads who can't get in PE, VC or hedge funds. At Wharton, it is not difficult for a fresher to land an associate level IB job with proper schmoozing.


venky1979 wrote:
I doubt if a fresher gets in wharton he will get the job of an assosiate
Considering the experience people bring in i think even abroad IIMA has good chances atleast in finance area


lhotseface wrote:
Most people out of IIMA start as analysts while people out of top us schools start as associates. Big difference ! Since the majority of students at IIMs have little or no prior work experience it is natural that they will start at entry level positions. Of course, there will always be a handful of people who have good prior work experience and will get top notch jobs. If you check the resume book of schools such as Wharton and even lower ranked schools such as Darden you will notice the number of IIM graduates who come to the US for a second "international" MBA.

IIMs have a stellar reputation in India and will open a lot of doors. The ROI is great if you plan to work in India post-MBA. For most people, an MBA will be a final degree and thus the desire to end up at a top notch program. BTW, the IIMA campus is awesome and every single b-school campus dwarfs in comparison.

venky1979 wrote:
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Jan 2007, 00:04
Wow a wharton MBA can get a fresher an assosiate
I am impressed
lhotseface wrote:
The 2006 placement data points to the contrary. There were only 3 associate level "lateral" IB offers for people with prior financial sector experience. There were only 20 US job offers (across all industries and not just IB). The odds of landing a plush IB job in NYC are slim. For the record, IB is a backup option for Wharton grads who can't get in PE, VC or hedge funds. At Wharton, it is not difficult for a fresher to land an associate level IB job with proper schmoozing.


venky1979 wrote:
I doubt if a fresher gets in wharton he will get the job of an assosiate
Considering the experience people bring in i think even abroad IIMA has good chances atleast in finance area


lhotseface wrote:
Most people out of IIMA start as analysts while people out of top us schools start as associates. Big difference ! Since the majority of students at IIMs have little or no prior work experience it is natural that they will start at entry level positions. Of course, there will always be a handful of people who have good prior work experience and will get top notch jobs. If you check the resume book of schools such as Wharton and even lower ranked schools such as Darden you will notice the number of IIM graduates who come to the US for a second "international" MBA.

IIMs have a stellar reputation in India and will open a lot of doors. The ROI is great if you plan to work in India post-MBA. For most people, an MBA will be a final degree and thus the desire to end up at a top notch program. BTW, the IIMA campus is awesome and every single b-school campus dwarfs in comparison.

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if interested in i-banking
IIMA preovides the same opportunities as ultra elites but at 1/20 th the price
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Jan 2007, 00:11
IB internship is all it takes.


venky1979 wrote:
Wow a wharton MBA can get a fresher an assosiate
I am impressed
lhotseface wrote:
The 2006 placement data points to the contrary. There were only 3 associate level "lateral" IB offers for people with prior financial sector experience. There were only 20 US job offers (across all industries and not just IB). The odds of landing a plush IB job in NYC are slim. For the record, IB is a backup option for Wharton grads who can't get in PE, VC or hedge funds. At Wharton, it is not difficult for a fresher to land an associate level IB job with proper schmoozing.


venky1979 wrote:
I doubt if a fresher gets in wharton he will get the job of an assosiate
Considering the experience people bring in i think even abroad IIMA has good chances atleast in finance area


lhotseface wrote:
Most people out of IIMA start as analysts while people out of top us schools start as associates. Big difference ! Since the majority of students at IIMs have little or no prior work experience it is natural that they will start at entry level positions. Of course, there will always be a handful of people who have good prior work experience and will get top notch jobs. If you check the resume book of schools such as Wharton and even lower ranked schools such as Darden you will notice the number of IIM graduates who come to the US for a second "international" MBA.

IIMs have a stellar reputation in India and will open a lot of doors. The ROI is great if you plan to work in India post-MBA. For most people, an MBA will be a final degree and thus the desire to end up at a top notch program. BTW, the IIMA campus is awesome and every single b-school campus dwarfs in comparison.

venky1979 wrote:
if interested in i-banking
IIMA preovides the same opportunities as ultra elites but at 1/20 th the price
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Jan 2007, 00:14
Coming back to the original intent of the post have you applied to IIMA as an Overseas candidate?

lhotseface wrote:
IB internship is all it takes.


venky1979 wrote:
Wow a wharton MBA can get a fresher an assosiate
I am impressed
lhotseface wrote:
The 2006 placement data points to the contrary. There were only 3 associate level "lateral" IB offers for people with prior financial sector experience. There were only 20 US job offers (across all industries and not just IB). The odds of landing a plush IB job in NYC are slim. For the record, IB is a backup option for Wharton grads who can't get in PE, VC or hedge funds. At Wharton, it is not difficult for a fresher to land an associate level IB job with proper schmoozing.


venky1979 wrote:
I doubt if a fresher gets in wharton he will get the job of an assosiate
Considering the experience people bring in i think even abroad IIMA has good chances atleast in finance area


lhotseface wrote:
Most people out of IIMA start as analysts while people out of top us schools start as associates. Big difference ! Since the majority of students at IIMs have little or no prior work experience it is natural that they will start at entry level positions. Of course, there will always be a handful of people who have good prior work experience and will get top notch jobs. If you check the resume book of schools such as Wharton and even lower ranked schools such as Darden you will notice the number of IIM graduates who come to the US for a second "international" MBA.

IIMs have a stellar reputation in India and will open a lot of doors. The ROI is great if you plan to work in India post-MBA. For most people, an MBA will be a final degree and thus the desire to end up at a top notch program. BTW, the IIMA campus is awesome and every single b-school campus dwarfs in comparison.

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 [#permalink] New post 05 Jan 2007, 00:26
No, I haven't. But I know the program and campus quite well. I literally grew up on the IIMA campus as several faculty members were friends of my family. I am looking for a more diverse b-school experience and don't plan to be in a class with 75% engineers. Moreover, only 8% of the current class has more than 3 years of work experience. This is a big problem for Indian b-schools and specifically for schools such as IIMA which have a strong emphasis on the case method for instruction.

venky1979 wrote:
Coming back to the original intent of the post have you applied to IIMA as an Overseas candidate?

lhotseface wrote:
IB internship is all it takes.


venky1979 wrote:
Wow a wharton MBA can get a fresher an assosiate
I am impressed
lhotseface wrote:
The 2006 placement data points to the contrary. There were only 3 associate level "lateral" IB offers for people with prior financial sector experience. There were only 20 US job offers (across all industries and not just IB). The odds of landing a plush IB job in NYC are slim. For the record, IB is a backup option for Wharton grads who can't get in PE, VC or hedge funds. At Wharton, it is not difficult for a fresher to land an associate level IB job with proper schmoozing.


venky1979 wrote:
I doubt if a fresher gets in wharton he will get the job of an assosiate
Considering the experience people bring in i think even abroad IIMA has good chances atleast in finance area


lhotseface wrote:
Most people out of IIMA start as analysts while people out of top us schools start as associates. Big difference ! Since the majority of students at IIMs have little or no prior work experience it is natural that they will start at entry level positions. Of course, there will always be a handful of people who have good prior work experience and will get top notch jobs. If you check the resume book of schools such as Wharton and even lower ranked schools such as Darden you will notice the number of IIM graduates who come to the US for a second "international" MBA.

IIMs have a stellar reputation in India and will open a lot of doors. The ROI is great if you plan to work in India post-MBA. For most people, an MBA will be a final degree and thus the desire to end up at a top notch program. BTW, the IIMA campus is awesome and every single b-school campus dwarfs in comparison.

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I am looking for a more diverse b-school experience and don't plan to be in a class with 75% engineers. Moreover, only 8% of the current class has more than 3 years of work experience. This is a big problem for Indian b-schools and specifically for schools such as IIMA which have a strong emphasis on the case method for instruction.



are you talking about the 2 year PGDBM or 1 year PGPEX program? I thought PGPEX had more experienced people....
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 [#permalink] New post 08 Feb 2007, 04:57
Whats the typical GMAT scores they are looking at?

I have 10+ yrs work ex now in a managerial role but a lousy score of 620.
Ofcourse I am planning to take the GMAT soon..
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http://www.iimahd.ernet.in/pgpx/pgpxII0708.html


avg is close to 700...not sure about the range.
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 [#permalink] New post 22 Feb 2007, 06:25
hey venky..did you hear from IIMA?
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 [#permalink] New post 07 Mar 2007, 03:33
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hey venky..did you hear from IIMA?


Ya Ding
I Knew it I didnt clear thier eligibility of overseas by 12 months Missed by 2 months.

I tried negotiating with them but they didnt consider my case
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