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++ 740 GMAT ++ Male, 24 ++ Electronics Engineer from one of the top 15 govt. engineering colleges in India (Non IIT) ++ GPA: 8.6/10 (Top 10% of the class)
++ EXPERIENCE: (3 years) I have two roles with my current employer (Cisco): -> Technical Lead with Cisco Systems, Bangalore primarily working with clients for network consulting in Asia Pacific region. Heading a team of 22 escalation engineers. Multiple rotations, conferences, and customer-site visits in Singapore, Australia and Belgium. 2 US Patents (Pending) -> Project Manager, Analysis Software - I created this platform which is now used cisco wide in data mining for customer relationship management. I am leading a team of 9 & running multiple projects using the software.
++ OTHERS: -> I have my own education centred non-profit running in India with expansion plans set in Bangladesh. I have supervised around 50+ volunteers with an impact on approximately 1500+ students. -> A Failed Startup aimed at providing marketing opportunities to small businesses.
++ EXTRAS: -> Organised several bool donation drives and camps - 2000+ blood bottles. -> Dance Choreographer at a local dance academy. -> Multiple Leadership roles in Undergrad.
++ SHORT TERM GOAL: -> Start a High Tech Consulting and Support business especially for Asia-Pac customers.
Considering top B-schools (only in US), which schools should I realistically target? Would like to see you what you think!
Great profile overall; impressive work experience.
Given your background and your career interests, for reasonable reaches, I suggest looking at MIT, Booth, NYU, and UCLA. For on-pars look at Tepper and UNC Kenan-Flagler. Two schools that are right in the middle of these groups that might be great fits are Cornell and UCLA. _________________