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Calling all ISB Applicants - (2015 Intake) Class of 2016

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FROM ISB PGP Admissions Director Blog: Fostering a Community: Student Clubs at ISB
ISB’s commitment to creating the world’s future business leaders involves far more than classroom learning. In addition to innovative programs and world-class faculty, ISB’s student clubs offer access to continued enrichment through leadership, social and personal experiences.

Coordinated and managed by ISB’s Graduate Student Board (GSB), student clubs — which are student-led and organized into teams — offer competitions, events, and activities across a diversity of student interests and talents. From the Energy Club’s annual Energy Summit to a student jam session with the Music Club, the campus is abuzz with enrichment opportunities.

Let’s take a look at a few of the ISB students who have led some ISB clubs:

  • Anmol Rastogi, President of Hyderabad’s Business Technology Club – Anmol uses his passion for technology and international work experience to lead the club in organizing interactive seminars in which participants apply technology to everyday business problems. He also leads the club’s collaborations with other student clubs, including Healthcare, Manufacturing, Retail, and Consulting.
  • Bhavna Choraria, President of Hyderabad’s Women in Business Club – Bhavna reports, “I believe in the importance of accepting the existence of diversity in this world and its direct relation with one’s overall learning & development. After all, as pointed out by Thoreau, it’s never too late to give up your baseless prejudices.” Bhavna spearheads organized speaker sessions, alumni interactions, workshops and seminars which provide industry and functional exposure to students.
  • Shõan Shinde, President of the Arts & Creativity Club – Shõan says: “The job of good art is not to please the eye; it is but to create turmoil in your head and your heart – to make you question, scoff, think, dream and be enthralled.” With a background in the arts and engineering, and an ongoing interest in both, Shõan promotes interactions with established art practitioners while fostering on-campus activities.
  • Ajay Shreenath, President of Mohali’s Quiz Club – Ajay who has a background in Engineering and Physics — leads the club in presenting out-of-the-box, on-the-fly thinking opportunities for students, such as the popular “Pub Quizzes”.
The complete list of student clubs at ISB includes:

Professional:

Social:

Overall, ISB’s student clubs foster an engaged community in which students explore similar interests while interacting with alumni and professionals in their fields. This not only helps promote lifelong connections, but also delivers a deeper sense of personal and professional fulfillment.

 
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Hey guys!

Submitted my app for R1 too. All the best to everyone!
What are you guys doing for your interview prep? Any tips?
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Sorry for the delay, but as promised, here is the post about preparation of interviews.

First things first, Get a notebook.
Bifurcate your questions broadly under the following heads:

Questions about YOU
Eg: elevator pitch, strength, weakness etc.

Questions about what you do
Eg: job profile, challenges, team skills, leadership skills etc

Questions about what the company does
Eg: clients, market trends, domain etc

Questions about learning and experience
Eg: what did you learn at work place, extra curricular. How did you use it etc.

Questions on Goals
Eg: Long term, short term goals. Ho to achieve without MBA, ISB

why MBA
The must question :)

why ISB
Another one. Make sure you research well. Go through the brochure, website, find clubs etc.

Post MBA questions
Eg: Post MBA industry, desired job profile. what if you do not get it.

what if not MBA
Plan B

Think of as many questions as you can and put them under one or the other category. Now think about the answers to each question.

After this, open your essays. Read them and try to find as many questions as you can find.
For Eg: if you have written some number, make sure you know how that is derived.
Questions bout your innovation. hat else could have been done etc.

Give your essays to someone else and ask then to find the questions from the essay.

One final thing: while thinking of the answers, try to focus on the learning not the task performed.
For instance if you worked for a NGO, tell what did you learn and what did you contribute.
do not just say that you worked for the NGO. Not gonna help...

That is it for now.
will update the post if I come up with something else.

If any one has some suggestions, please come ahead and contribute and please post :)

For more information on interview preparation, click on the "ISB Preparation kit" link in my signature.

All the best!
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Sorry for the delay, but as promised, here is the post about preparation of interviews.

First things first, Get a notebook.
Bifurcate your questions broadly under the following heads:

Questions about YOU
Eg: elevator pitch, strength, weakness etc.

Questions about what you do
Eg: job profile, challenges, team skills, leadership skills etc

Questions about what the company does
Eg: clients, market trends, domain etc

Questions about learning and experience
Eg: what did you learn at work place, extra curricular. How did you use it etc.

Questions on Goals
Eg: Long term, short term goals. Ho to achieve without MBA, ISB

why MBA
The must question :)

why ISB
Another one. Make sure you research well. Go through the brochure, website, find clubs etc.

Post MBA questions
Eg: Post MBA industry, desired job profile. what if you do not get it.

what if not MBA
Plan B

Think of as many questions as you can and put them under one or the other category. Now think about the answers to each question.

After this, open your essays. Read them and try to find as many questions as you can find.
For Eg: if you have written some number, make sure you know how that is derived.
Questions bout your innovation. hat else could have been done etc.

Give your essays to someone else and ask then to find the questions from the essay.

One final thing: while thinking of the answers, try to focus on the learning not the task performed.
For instance if you worked for a NGO, tell what did you learn and what did you contribute.
do not just say that you worked for the NGO. Not gonna help...

That is it for now.
will update the post if I come up with something else.

If any one has some suggestions, please come ahead and contribute and please post :)

For more information on interview preparation, click on the "ISB Preparation kit" link in my signature.

All the best!
Ankur


Great post. This should certainly help folks get started for the interview preparation.

Suggestion, put a link to this post in the first post as well.
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Updated the first post with the link of the Preparation Kit.
The link includes everything you need starting from tips on how to start writing essays to how to prepare for the interviews.
Do visit the link and I assure you all, you will not regret doing so :)

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FROM ISB Admissions Blog: Myths and Misconceptions Standing Between You and the PGP at ISB
Our reputation as a leader in the world of business education continues to grow, but there’s chance you may not know us as well as you think you do.  Let’s take a closer look at some of the myths and misconceptions surrounding what it takes to gain admission to the PGP at the ISB.

1. The GMAT number.

Our admissions process focuses on the holistic evaluation of a candidate, not on a test score.  The average GMAT score for admitted students ranges between 600 and 780, with a quarter of candidates actually scoring below the mythological number of 700.

So what are we looking for in your application? Our admissions process prioritizes quality and competence over all else. Your application offers you the opportunity to dazzle us with your unique credentials and accomplishments, of which the GMAT is only a small part.

Don’t count yourself out if your GMAT score is less than 700. We’re ready to give you a chance, but you have to give yourself a chance first.

2. The Million Dollar Question.

An MBA is a significant investment in your future as a business leader, and there are indeed associated costs. However, they may not be as steep as you think. ISB’s Rs. 25 lakh fee is all-inclusive, comprising tuition, living and boarding expenses. Compare that to the Rs. 50 to 60 lakhs you might pay in tuition at a comparable global business school — with an additional Rs. 20 to 30 lakhs in living expenses – and ISB starts to look like a deal.

Furthermore, our accomplished visiting faculty from the world’s best b-schools offer premier access and exposure to resources that would cost at least triple anywhere else.

Factor in that salaries for PGP grads start high and grow exponentially in the years following graduation, and attending ISB is clearly money well spent.

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3. Placement Matters.

Planning for a career in finance but concerned that your ISB degree won’t make the cut? Our alumni will be the first to tell you otherwise. Firms like Ambit Capital and Kotak Bank regularly recruit ISB grads for sought after careers in research, sales, trading and corporate finance.  And with international placements including Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, Citi and a host of others, the PGP opens doors.

Did we happen to mention that in addition to several venture capital and private equity funds which annually cherry pick from PGP grads, Axis Bank returns every year to select 10 women to join their team? Having said that, the ISB is far from an exclusive home for blue-blooded finance types. After all, where else can a dentist become a venture capitalist?

If these or any other myths stand between you and the PGP, we urge you to take a closer look and see for yourself what it takes to become a contributing member of the ISB community. We would be lying if we said your CGPA didn’t play a role, but that part is up to you.

 

 
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FROM ISB PGP Admissions Director Blog: Myths and Misconceptions Standing Between You and the PGP at ISB
Our reputation as a leader in the world of business education continues to grow, but there’s chance you may not know us as well as you think you do.  Let’s take a closer look at some of the myths and misconceptions surrounding what it takes to gain admission to the PGP at the ISB.

1. The GMAT number.

Our admissions process focuses on the holistic evaluation of a candidate, not on a test score.  The average GMAT score for admitted students ranges between 600 and 780, with a quarter of candidates actually scoring below the mythological number of 700.

So what are we looking for in your application? Our admissions process prioritizes quality and competence over all else. Your application offers you the opportunity to dazzle us with your unique credentials and accomplishments, of which the GMAT is only a small part.

Don’t count yourself out if your GMAT score is less than 700. We’re ready to give you a chance, but you have to give yourself a chance first.

2. The Million Dollar Question.

An MBA is a significant investment in your future as a business leader, and there are indeed associated costs. However, they may not be as steep as you think. ISB’s Rs. 25 lakh fee is all-inclusive, comprising tuition, living and boarding expenses. Compare that to the Rs. 50 to 60 lakhs you might pay in tuition at a comparable global business school — with an additional Rs. 20 to 30 lakhs in living expenses – and ISB starts to look like a deal.

Furthermore, our accomplished visiting faculty from the world’s best b-schools offer premier access and exposure to resources that would cost at least triple anywhere else.

Factor in that salaries for PGP grads start high and grow exponentially in the years following graduation, and attending ISB is clearly money well spent.

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3. Placement Matters.

Planning for a career in finance but concerned that your ISB degree won’t make the cut? Our alumni will be the first to tell you otherwise. Firms like Ambit Capital and Kotak Bank regularly recruit ISB grads for sought after careers in research, sales, trading and corporate finance.  And with international placements including Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, Citi and a host of others, the PGP opens doors.

Did we happen to mention that in addition to several venture capital and private equity funds which annually cherry pick from PGP grads, Axis Bank returns every year to select 10 women to join their team? Having said that, the ISB is far from an exclusive home for blue-blooded finance types. After all, where else can a dentist become a venture capitalist?

If these or any other myths stand between you and the PGP, we urge you to take a closer look and see for yourself what it takes to become a contributing member of the ISB community. We would be lying if we said your CGPA didn’t play a role, but that part is up to you.

 

 
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Hi,
We're interview locations for chennai and Bangalore recently added or was it there before we submitted the application? I assumed that it was the same as last year and chose Hyd. Can I change the interview location now, having submitted the application?
I haven't got an invite yet, but if it's gonna be close home, then I don't mind changing the location.
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Hi,
We're interview locations for chennai and Bangalore recently added or was it there before we submitted the application? I assumed that it was the same as last year and chose Hyd. Can I change the interview location now, having submitted the application?
I haven't got an invite yet, but if it's gonna be close home, then I don't mind changing the location.


The locations were mentioned in the app. But, I'm not sure if they'll interview at those locations. Call and check. The admissions office can change some small details like this on your file of you call them. They corrected one of my salaries last year after I called them. I'd missed a zero :lol: .
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I'd missed a zero :lol: .



Now, that's something!!
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Interview Dates announced :

http://pgpapp.isb.edu/user/KeyDates.html

Plan accordingly. Delhi people put your running shoes on and start preparing
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Interview Dates announced :

http://pgpapp.isb.edu/user/KeyDates.html

Plan accordingly. Delhi people put your running shoes on and start preparing


Thanks Ankur,
Wow those are awfully close.. I am still working on essays for other school. has anyone from Delhi got a invite yet?
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Wow those are awfully close.. I am still working on essays for other school. has anyone from Delhi got a invite yet?


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Any calls reported from anywhere?
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I don't think so... A call won't go unnoticed under any circumstances :P
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FROM ISB PGP Admissions Director Blog: Introducing ISB 360: ISB’s Revolutionary Mobile App
A staggering 4 billion of the planet’s 6.8 billion people use mobile. If the significance of these figures isn’t immediately clear, consider it this way: only 3.5 billion of those same 6.8 billion people use toothbrushes. With mobile growing by leaps and bounds and its impact still approaching critical mass, the takeaway for a thought leading institution like ISB is clear: mobile matters. Enter ISB 360.

During a time when the world’s premier business schools are competing for the best and brightest students, an informative and interactive app offers unparalleled potential to engage international applicants.  The incentives to create a diverse learning environment are manifold. While promoting a diverse classroom perspective which reflects the global economy is paramount, an international student body also raises rankings, increases global accreditations, and brings more recruiters to campus.

ISB’s efforts to engage international MBA students — including everything from exchange programs to short-term coursework — have seen promising results.  Considering that 15 percent of visitors to the ISB website come from mobile devices, the leap to mobile was a natural next step.

ISB 360 offers prospective students unique insights into the PGP experience by addressing critical questions on topics such as fast-tracking your career, shifting careers, embracing entrepreneurism, taking a family business to the next level, undertaking a leadership role, and much more.  Even better? Users can customize an ISB 360 tour to create a targeted view of the program as it applies to their own personal needs and objectives.

Mere days after it hit the market, ISB 360 — available on iOS, Android and Blackberry — serves thousands of users from five continents. And as the app’s popularity continues to grow, its interactivity will also evolve, delivering relevant, real time information to members of the global business community.

With just the swipe of a screen, ISB 360 gives prospective students a rare insider’s perspective of the PGP and life at ISB, in general. The combination of an intensely competitive business school marketplace and technologically savvy, knowledge-seeking applicants calls for something more than the usual measures.  ISB’s response speaks to the innovative and progressive culture for which the school is increasingly known.

 
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FROM ISB Admissions Blog: Introducing ISB 360: ISB’s Revolutionary Mobile App
A staggering 4 billion of the planet’s 6.8 billion people use mobile. If the significance of these figures isn’t immediately clear, consider it this way: only 3.5 billion of those same 6.8 billion people use toothbrushes. With mobile growing by leaps and bounds and its impact still approaching critical mass, the takeaway for a thought leading institution like ISB is clear: mobile matters. Enter ISB 360.

During a time when the world’s premier business schools are competing for the best and brightest students, an informative and interactive app offers unparalleled potential to engage international applicants.  The incentives to create a diverse learning environment are manifold. While promoting a diverse classroom perspective which reflects the global economy is paramount, an international student body also raises rankings, increases global accreditations, and brings more recruiters to campus.

ISB’s efforts to engage international MBA students — including everything from exchange programs to short-term coursework — have seen promising results.  Considering that 15 percent of visitors to the ISB website come from mobile devices, the leap to mobile was a natural next step.

ISB 360 offers prospective students unique insights into the PGP experience by addressing critical questions on topics such as fast-tracking your career, shifting careers, embracing entrepreneurism, taking a family business to the next level, undertaking a leadership role, and much more.  Even better? Users can customize an ISB 360 tour to create a targeted view of the program as it applies to their own personal needs and objectives.

Mere days after it hit the market, ISB 360 — available on iOS, Android and Blackberry — serves thousands of users from five continents. And as the app’s popularity continues to grow, its interactivity will also evolve, delivering relevant, real time information to members of the global business community.

With just the swipe of a screen, ISB 360 gives prospective students a rare insider’s perspective of the PGP and life at ISB, in general. The combination of an intensely competitive business school marketplace and technologically savvy, knowledge-seeking applicants calls for something more than the usual measures.  ISB’s response speaks to the innovative and progressive culture for which the school is increasingly known.

 
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No calls yet! The interview dates, specially in Delhi, are awfully close.
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Hello Guys ,
I need some information about when should I apply for MBA at ISB
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New post 02 Oct 2014, 04:25
Hi ,
I have applied , Delhi interview. Have they started calling people yet , the dates are very close and next few days are holidays .
Still working on other applications, if they dont reply soon , its going to tough to prepare .Anyone has any idea about the calls , please share

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