Thank you for your posting.
As you know, you are in a competitive demographic and despite impressive academics -- most of your competition has also excelled academically. From experience, the place where most Indian technology candidates fall short is in their personal presentation - which in this case means submitting less than impressive applications. Most do not present themselves in compelling manners and pretty much all have similar career goals and motivations.
To become a competitive candidate at the schools you are targeting, the way to make yourself a unique and compelling candidate is to work hard to distinguish yourself through your application. I would make sure your essays, recommendations, interview, resume, electronic footprint, etc. are all beyond standards. I would also make sure that you clear your slate and make your applications your number one life priority.
I would also recommend that you invest in an admissions consultant. Again, as your demographic is so competitive and the process of MBA admissions so complex and competitive, if you are going to invest so much in this experience -- the added cost of securing your best chances is just a bit more.
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