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course completed: engineering in computer science (B.tech)
gpa:71% (don't know how to convert to GPA) (no backlog)
work ex : working in Accenture. total exp will be 2yrs (at the time of admission)
internship : summer Internship at Sun Microsystems, Delhi. for 45 days.
accomplishments: Participated as a “delegate” in Model United Nations, 2011 held in my college. Awarded 3 times in my company. Got promoted in just 12 months. Throughout distinction in academic records. Attended many workshops.
extra curricular : Member of the founding committee which organized national level technical festival. Served as Head – Technical and Design. Participated in IEEE Delhi Section Quarterly Meet (representing my college) organised various fest in colleges and my company.
community service : member of red cross society helped in raising funds in various events. weekend tutions for needy and poor students.
PUBLICATIONS: Research Paper on “Robot Motion Planning in a Dynamic Environment using Offset Non-Uniform Rational B-Splines (NURBS)” and it is published in ICIT 2011, 43rd IEEE Conference held in Auburn University, Alabama, USA. It is also indexed in IEEE Explore. (DOI Number - 10.1109/ICIT.2011.5754393 )
AREAS OF INTEREST: Designing Developing creative applications Gathering Information on new gadgets and technology
toefl : not given
kindly suggest which schools i can apply to. Thanks in advance
Thanks for the detailed information. Given your academic profile, professional experience, and extracurricular/community activities, I would say you should aim for schools such as Michigan State, Emory, Georgia Tech, University of Texas, Georgetown, etc. Basically, the lower GMAT score of 640 combined with limited professional experience (only 2 years at the time of matriculation) put top schools just out of reach. Further, your extra curricular and community activities seem mostly relegated to college time frame. The things you are involved in now show passion/support for local communities, but do not necessarily demonstrate leadership, which is critical for top schools.
If you feel that you can improve your GMAT score, you should retake it. I'd also suggest that you gain more experience and spend the next year or two developing your leadership profile (inside and outside of work).
Onboarding new hires would not count as community service - might help with demonstrating commitment to your company, but not community.
Mentoring senior employees is good, but this seems like an informal, ad-hoc activity. To some degree, all junior employees guide and inform their managers' decisions (well, not all!), so I don't know how you would be able to position this story as a unique strength. Hard to make it into a concrete achievement or story. Sorry