Sorry for the late reply.
The following are my profile information:
Organization: Sony India Software Centre.
Designation: Software Engineer
Duration: 2 years
I have been working with Sony India for past 2 years as a Software Engineer. I started of as a trainee and then got promoted as a testing engineer.Now I am a developer and my work basically involves programming and testing. I have worked only on technical side of things so far. I work on TV platfrom.( basically on the services like Netflix, Youtube etc.)
Name: Madras Institute of Technology (Anna University)
Major: Electronics and Communication Engineering
Year of Graduation: 2011
1) Have played soccer throughout my college days.
2) Have been part of Youth Red Cross in my college wherein we took various initiatives to help the needy.
3) Have been part of the organizing committee for various college events.
I have been certified for Japanese language proficiency (N5 level).
My post MBA goals:
Since am working for a product based company and am directly working on product (TV) am more interested towards working on the field of Consumer electronics after my MBA. I am working on the technical side of things now. But post-MBA, I want to work more towards the management side shaping up a product.
I am looking for an MBA in Technology management and am in need of a scholarship. So I have done some research on my own and got to know that the following programs are pretty good for candidates with technical background:
I am targeting FALL 2014 intake.
How good are my chances of getting into the above mentioned schools?
How do you rate my chances of getting a scholarship in the above colleges?
Also, please let me know if there are any other decent b-schools wherein I have a fair chance of getting in with a scholarship!
Good work. your chances of acceptance at these programs are good. Scholarship options are harder to gauge, but I'm optimistic.
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