Will be 30 when I start MBA in Fall 2014
Indian Male, SAP SD Consultant in IBM
8.15 CGPA / 3.4 GPA from Jadavpur University - Chemical Engineering
700 GMAT (90th percentile) - Q50 V34, Raw Score
~5 years 4 months of IT consulting experience in IBM. Have started my career with IBM in 2007 as an Automation Testing Consultant. Worked as a tester for 1.5 years and after working as a Team Lead of 4 members for 1 year, I made a lateral shift to SAP SD Functional Consultant role. I have handled clients such as Phillip Morris International, Amgen Pvt. Ltd., Merck and Emirates Aluminium (EMAL).
~Have won 2 prestigious awards from IBM. The IBM Bravo Award in 2008 for my support during critical times, and the IBM Eminence and Excellence Award for maintaining a very good level of Client relationship and satisfaction. Have been a member of the LEAN team, and have been involved with the LEAN implementation for my project.
I am a team member of the Computer Literacy Program, which has been initiated to impart education to underpriviledged students of age range 8-18. I have taught students for over 3 years in due course of this program. I have made regular visits to NGO's hosting various learning programs such as Spoken English, English Grammar etc, inteviewing candidates for various activities to be held in the IBM Campus, and organizing various fun events such as Painting competition and other cultural activities.
I have anchored and hosted numerous events in IBM and I have been the Cultural SPOC for my building regarding all events. I have performed as a lead vocalist in various stage shows, both in IBM events and outside local events. I am extremely passionate about Sketching and have been involved with Bird/Nature Photography.
1) my current upline Manager (EMAL)
2) my previous upline Manager (Phillip Morris International)
Target schools: HBS (Dream school), Tuck and Duke (Reality).
Interests: Looking forward to work with the best consulting firms of the world. My interests lie with Strategy, entrepreneurship, general management.
Please comment on my overall profile, and specifically my GMAT score and my target schools.
Tuck and HBS are stretch programs and unlikely acceptances. Duke is more realistic.
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