PFB details of my profile:
• Inidan Male Engineer with a score of 710(49 Quant,37 Verbal)in GMAT and 67% in Engineering.
• After working for 2 years in Quality assurance and testing in top Indian IT MNCs, I joined my family business in Business Development role to launch a product relevant to my work ex. The product was launched successfully and we managed to get a few clients
• When I got an opportunity through reference to join top US IT MNC(my current company), where my role is more of client facing and less of technical thing I joined it as I had always wished to take my business to global level
• I now have both the technical and business work experience in the same sector of IT - quality assurance and audit management- and current work experience with regular global client interaction has given me international exposure and an opportunity to learn from MNC's methodology in business.
• Won Zonal level Dance competition, been a part of official dance group of companies I have worked in, and still pursuing dance and learning Salsa.
• Active participation in CSR activities
• Coordinator and Anchor of Annual Awards Function of top IT MNC
• Semi Finalist for International Level Poetry Competition
• Table tennis and badminton Champion in College
• Won many prizes in elocution, debates, and drama competitions in school and College
Please suggest what schools I have got chances? Have I got chance in top schools?
I don't see anything in the profile that you sent me that convinces me that you are a good candidate for the top schools. For that, I would want to see exceptional leadership of a company into new areas of business, substantial revenue and market share increases. If you have experiences like that, then by all means share them, but if you do not then I recommend mid-range programs with strong entrepreneurship curricula (since I believe your goal is still to grow your family business: Babson, USC, possibly UT Austin, Notre Dame, Tulane, and the like.
Jennifer Bloom, CPRW
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