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Regarding ISB profile [#permalink]
24 Oct 2010, 14:36
Hello Sir, i am sharad working exp. 3+ with IBM, india, working with BPM(Pega) for healthcare insurance domain. and certified health care domain specialist.2 certified in BPM. percentage 65 thorough out (10th,12th,BE(ECE)). Gmat-670 EC's--state / collage level cricket player. 2.state level runner, got 55th position in hyderabad marathon. 3.got best volunteer award for helping children to learn software from satyam foundation.(satyam computer services). 4.awarded by by raju foundation for helping streat childrens. 5.position in satyam run by satyam computer services. 6.volunteer with red cross society for blood donation. 7.presented paper on western disturbance(global warming) at national level during collage time. 8.presented technical paper at state level during collage time. 9. participation award by akash vani (radio) during school time. 10. attended various cricket camp at Jone level. 11 tri lingual(hindi,english,german) 12. Member of indian science congress for technical writing. 13. working on water foot printing to aware people about water saving.
hobbies:post crossing, philately all over the world, cooking, mountain biking, swimming, running.
Am i eligible for ISB or shall i increase my work exp to overcome my educational marks/percentage??? please guide me. thank you for your time.
Re: Regarding ISB profile [#permalink]
14 Nov 2010, 01:18
You are definitely eligible to apply to ISB. You have good EC's. We would encourage you to improve your GMAT scores a bit and try to bring it to 700 levels. If you can do that you have a very good shot at ISB. All the best!