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Calling all ISB Applicants - (2016 Intake) Class of 2017

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Hi all,

can someone please tell something about the nature of evaluation form our evaluators gonna receive?
I mean is it in some form of descriptive essays or is it a multiple-choice survey kind of a form?

This would help me selecting the evaluators and as it is evident... time is running out...

So please help me out...

Thanks



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I have a score of 710 and I m applying in R1 ...If I am rejected in R1 then will i be allowed to apply in R2 ??
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Hi all,

can someone please tell something about the nature of evaluation form our evaluators gonna receive?
I mean is it in some form of descriptive essays or is it a multiple-choice survey kind of a form?

This would help me selecting the evaluators and as it is evident... time is running out...

So please help me out...

Thanks



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I have a score of 710 and I m applying in R1 ...If I am rejected in R1 then will i be allowed to apply in R2 ??


No. You may apply in R1 or in R2. Once once per year.
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I have a score of 710 and I m applying in R1 ...If I am rejected in R1 then will i be allowed to apply in R2 ??


No you can apply only once in an year. You can choose which Round you want to apply in.
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Hi all,

can someone please tell something about the nature of evaluation form our evaluators gonna receive?
I mean is it in some form of descriptive essays or is it a multiple-choice survey kind of a form?

This would help me selecting the evaluators and as it is evident... time is running out...

So please help me out...

Thanks


Here you go ...

1. Under what circumstances and for how long have you known the applicant? (50 words maximum)
2. Please rate the applicant's achievements when compared to those of his or her peers and mention the reference group with which you are making these comparisons. (100 words maximum)
3. Please describe, in brief, situations where the applicant displayed signs of leadership abilities and team skills. (200 words maximum)
4. Please mention two consistent strengths of the applicant and if possible provide instances where she/he demonstrated these strengths. (200 words maximum)
5. Please indicate two areas where the applicant has shown learning and improvement which would add value to his application to the ISB. (100 words maximum)
6. Please provide any other comments that you consider are relevant to the applicant's admission to the ISB, especially regarding the applicant's career in business/management. (200 words maximum)

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Hi Guys

I am currently studying in ISB. Class of 2016. I will be in Delhi for next couple of days during my term break. Let me know if anyone wants to meetup and talk about ISB Admissions and anything other extra terrestrial concerns you might have.
Drop me a message or email me at avishek_ganta2016@isb.edu.
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Hi all,
I am from engineering/ techno-administration (Govt. of India) background.
Electronics & Telecom engg. in 2009 with 78% from reputed institute but not IIT/NIT.
Worked in ISRO as Scientist from 2009-2013.
Joined IES (Indian Engineering Services) in 2014.
Gave GMAT last week only (28th Sep) & scored 770.
But unfortunately it is too late for R-1 of all the schools.
Plz let me know which schools would be super ambitious, bit ambitious and safe for me.
Is it true that R-2 has less no. of seats, scholarships?
I am not sure about waiting for R-1 of next year.
I prefer ISB mainly because it offers a 1 yr course.
Plz let me know which other schools (India/US) offer good 1 yr course?

Thanks in advance.
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You can Consider IIM A's PGPX and IIM B's EPGP. Both are 1 year courses.
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Hi guys. Really love the activity in this post. I would really appreciate you guys to help me with your expert views. I am going to break my query into three parts just for my better understanding. So here i am :

1) I am not from an engineering background. Rather I am a Bachelors in Commerce and after that I did my CA ( Chartered Accountancy) and CMA ( Cost Accountancy ). Both are hardcore Finance and Accounting degrees. So I am a bit confused as to how do I convert my marks into GPA ?

2) I got a 690 on my GMAT. And this was after 3 attempts. It started with 650, then 640 and finally 690. I am satisfied with the score even though I admit that the magical 700 figure would have been great. But I think I have a strong case if my overall academics are considered. Plus I keep on hearing from all the adcoms that GMAT is just one aspect that is weighed. So, do let me know whether I should show the audacity to go ahead and apply with this score.

3) Can anyone please provide me a walk through of the entire admissions process ? I mean I gave my GMAT, now what ? I have a lot of time so please do not skip out on any details.

Thank you in advance to anybody who takes out time from their busy schedule to answer my questions.
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FROM ISB Admissions Blog: Check-list to apply to the PGP at ISB
If you have made up your mind to apply to the PGP, here’s a check-list of things that will help you complete your application before the application deadline. Fill each segment of the online application form based on the guidelines below.

  • Applicant Information: This segment mainly captures the mandatory personal, professional and contact information. Begin by stating whether or not you’re a re-applicant as the application fee and essay topics differ slightly for the re-applicants. Mention your preferences about the interview location after carefully considering your availability in that city during the indicated interview dates. Ensure that your name on the application form is as it is in your passport as your PGP certificate will be issued on that name.
  • Test Scores: You are required to submit your GMAT scores along with the application within the respective application deadline. You can also submit your application with the unofficial score report. Consequently, you can take the GMAT even on the day of the deadline and submit your application with the test center score report. However, you must ensure that your official score report reaches the School within two weeks of the application deadline. Note that incorrect scores in the application may lead to disqualification. If the medium of instruction during your under graduation was not English, you will also have to submit scores for a language proficiency test (TOEFL / IELTS).
  • Education Details: Details about your class X and XII, along with either one of your under-graduate, integrated programme or professional education scores have to be filled in here. If you have additional educational qualifications, you can mention them using the Additional Education form.
  • Awards and Activities: As the admission process is holistic, use this section to showcase your achievements in extra-curricular activities. Start from the most recent and mention the important activities in a descending order of participation.
  • Essays: An important part of the application process, are the essays. This year, the application form consists of three compulsory and one optional essay for the first time applicants. If you are a re-applicant, Essay 4 on how you’ve developed since your last application is compulsory. For in-depth analysis of the essay topics, click here.
  • Evaluation: One evaluation from a professional contact, preferably a current supervisor has to be made available as part of the application. Official e-mail id of your evaluator is preferred mode for getting the evaluation. In case your evaluator is unable to provide an official e-mail id, you can opt for an offline evaluation in which your evaluator will have to fill the evaluation form, print it, sign it and then upload a scanned copy through the link provided in the e-mail. Ensure that you click on “Send request to ISB” after filling your evaluator details in the application form. Your filled in evaluation should be received directly from your evaluator by the school before the respective cycle application deadline.
  • Scholarship Application: All applicants will automatically be considered for the available merit-linked tuition waivers. There is no separate application for the merit linked waivers. Fill this section only if you are applying for an ISB need-based waiver, the diversity waiver, the ISB-AIESEC waiver and the Bridge to India scholarship. If you are applying for a need-based scholarship, it is necessary that you submit a proof of income for yourself and the other earning members of the family.
  • Upload Documents: All official documents including recent passport size photograph, valid passport, transcripts / mark sheets for all exams of the qualifying exam and others have to be scanned and submitted in PDF format. Proof of income is mandatory for applicants. Proof of income for family members is required only if applying for a need based waiver.
For more insights, you can attend the Admission information sessions that we host regularly in various cities across the worldor online in the form of webinars. If you have any questions that you are unable to find answers to anywhere else, please do not hesitate to contact the Admissions Team. We are here to help.
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FROM ISB PGP Admissions Director Blog: Check-list to apply to the PGP at ISB
If you have made up your mind to apply to the PGP, here’s a check-list of things that will help you complete your application before the application deadline. Fill each segment of the online application form based on the guidelines below.

  • Applicant Information: This segment mainly captures the mandatory personal, professional and contact information. Begin by stating whether or not you’re a re-applicant as the application fee and essay topics differ slightly for the re-applicants. Mention your preferences about the interview location after carefully considering your availability in that city during the indicated interview dates. Ensure that your name on the application form is as it is in your passport as your PGP certificate will be issued on that name.
  • Test Scores: You are required to submit your GMAT scores along with the application within the respective application deadline. You can also submit your application with the unofficial score report. Consequently, you can take the GMAT even on the day of the deadline and submit your application with the test center score report. However, you must ensure that your official score report reaches the School within two weeks of the application deadline. Note that incorrect scores in the application may lead to disqualification. If the medium of instruction during your under graduation was not English, you will also have to submit scores for a language proficiency test (TOEFL / IELTS).
  • Education Details: Details about your class X and XII, along with either one of your under-graduate, integrated programme or professional education scores have to be filled in here. If you have additional educational qualifications, you can mention them using the Additional Education form.
  • Awards and Activities: As the admission process is holistic, use this section to showcase your achievements in extra-curricular activities. Start from the most recent and mention the important activities in a descending order of participation.
  • Essays: An important part of the application process, are the essays. This year, the application form consists of three compulsory and one optional essay for the first time applicants. If you are a re-applicant, Essay 4 on how you’ve developed since your last application is compulsory. For in-depth analysis of the essay topics, click here.
  • Evaluation: One evaluation from a professional contact, preferably a current supervisor has to be made available as part of the application. Official e-mail id of your evaluator is preferred mode for getting the evaluation. In case your evaluator is unable to provide an official e-mail id, you can opt for an offline evaluation in which your evaluator will have to fill the evaluation form, print it, sign it and then upload a scanned copy through the link provided in the e-mail. Ensure that you click on “Send request to ISB” after filling your evaluator details in the application form. Your filled in evaluation should be received directly from your evaluator by the school before the respective cycle application deadline.
  • Scholarship Application: All applicants will automatically be considered for the available merit-linked tuition waivers. There is no separate application for the merit linked waivers. Fill this section only if you are applying for an ISB need-based waiver, the diversity waiver, the ISB-AIESEC waiver and the Bridge to India scholarship. If you are applying for a need-based scholarship, it is necessary that you submit a proof of income for yourself and the other earning members of the family.
  • Upload Documents: All official documents including recent passport size photograph, valid passport, transcripts / mark sheets for all exams of the qualifying exam and others have to be scanned and submitted in PDF format. Proof of income is mandatory for applicants. Proof of income for family members is required only if applying for a need based waiver.
For more insights, you can attend the Admission information sessions that we host regularly in various cities across the worldor online in the form of webinars. If you have any questions that you are unable to find answers to anywhere else, please do not hesitate to contact the Admissions Team. We are here to help.
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Can someone please tell me how and where i can put my CFA credentials in the ISB Application..
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FROM ISB Admissions Blog: What made ISB the ideal B-school for me? – Eklavya Sharma
After living in Canada for thirteen years, I invariably chose Asia for my management studies. Asia is poised for growth in the coming decades. In comparison to other economies, India really stood out for me. The way things happen in India are much more rigorous and challenging. India is experiencing tremendous growth in the field of healthcare, innovation, manufacturing etc. Coming from the telecommunications background; the 4G network growth prospects and the opportunities it will bring in the country excited me. Besides, an MBA education from a market where you want to work does make a difference.

I had it clear in my mind that I wanted a business school which provides global perspectives and a collaborative environment. After doing my research – ISB was undoubtedly my number one choice as it fit the bill perfectly. To me, it was a global school based out of India. The fact that it is South Asia’s first AACSB-accredited B-school spoke volumes about the culture I should expect.

Being a part of the school, I came to realize that the school does a lot for you, but the students themselves are very engaging. The diversity is huge with respect to experience. From doctors to artists, we’ve got them all in our classroom. The kind of experience and learning you get from your peers in one year is unmatched. It’s been 5 months now that I’ve been serving as the President of the Graduate Student Board at ISB and I can approve that the culture, is indeed, student driven.

Another advantage that ISB provides you is the cream of the crop faculty from various globally renowned B-schools. Getting to learn from Professors at Wharton, Kellogg, London Business School, and Stanford along with the incredible residential faculty makes a difference in terms of your thinking, learning, and overall growth. This was a huge consideration for me as there aren’t many schools that can boast of a faculty model as unique as this.

Among other things that delighted me, was the kind of care the school takes of you. Coming from Canada, I did have my doubts about the campus facilities and hygiene. ISB did not fail to pleasantly surprise me with its world class campuses.

Another important thing is what you take away with you after you graduate from the school. I, for one, know that I have a portal to the thousands of alumni spread across the world. The opportunities and knowledge that you gain being in close association with the school are endless.

Today, I am proud to be a part of the ISB PGP class of 2016. I strongly believe that my decision of choosing ISB over other B-schools is working in my best interest, and will continue to do so in the coming years.
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FROM ISB PGP Admissions Director Blog: What made ISB the ideal B-school for me? – Eklavya Sharma
After living in Canada for thirteen years, I invariably chose Asia for my management studies. Asia is poised for growth in the coming decades. In comparison to other economies, India really stood out for me. The way things happen in India are much more rigorous and challenging. India is experiencing tremendous growth in the field of healthcare, innovation, manufacturing etc. Coming from the telecommunications background; the 4G network growth prospects and the opportunities it will bring in the country excited me. Besides, an MBA education from a market where you want to work does make a difference.

I had it clear in my mind that I wanted a business school which provides global perspectives and a collaborative environment. After doing my research – ISB was undoubtedly my number one choice as it fit the bill perfectly. To me, it was a global school based out of India. The fact that it is South Asia’s first AACSB-accredited B-school spoke volumes about the culture I should expect.

Being a part of the school, I came to realize that the school does a lot for you, but the students themselves are very engaging. The diversity is huge with respect to experience. From doctors to artists, we’ve got them all in our classroom. The kind of experience and learning you get from your peers in one year is unmatched. It’s been 5 months now that I’ve been serving as the President of the Graduate Student Board at ISB and I can approve that the culture, is indeed, student driven.

Another advantage that ISB provides you is the cream of the crop faculty from various globally renowned B-schools. Getting to learn from Professors at Wharton, Kellogg, London Business School, and Stanford along with the incredible residential faculty makes a difference in terms of your thinking, learning, and overall growth. This was a huge consideration for me as there aren’t many schools that can boast of a faculty model as unique as this.

Among other things that delighted me, was the kind of care the school takes of you. Coming from Canada, I did have my doubts about the campus facilities and hygiene. ISB did not fail to pleasantly surprise me with its world class campuses.

Another important thing is what you take away with you after you graduate from the school. I, for one, know that I have a portal to the thousands of alumni spread across the world. The opportunities and knowledge that you gain being in close association with the school are endless.

Today, I am proud to be a part of the ISB PGP class of 2016. I strongly believe that my decision of choosing ISB over other B-schools is working in my best interest, and will continue to do so in the coming years.
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Since ISB doesn't ask for resume, so I had one query while filling the employment details section:
I have worked with a company in 3 different locations including 2 international , and for 2 different designations in India , so should I mention each of these separately or are we expected to club all these (which would be really difficult , considering the 100 character limit for job responsibilities)
Basically I should fill in the details just like I do on my Resume right? 4 different positions and responsibilities and achievements in each mentioned separately...right? Please correct me if I am wrong. I did take up a conference call with ISB adcom, but they asked me to mention the current position in this company only, hence I am confused :roll:
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Hi All,
I just submitted my application. The website states that - Further update on short-listing will be available approximately 5 to 7 days before your interview, if shortlisted, for the interview location you have chosen.
How long does it take for adcom to review the app?
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Hi All,
I just submitted my application. The website states that - Further update on short-listing will be available approximately 5 to 7 days before your interview, if shortlisted, for the interview location you have chosen.
How long does it take for adcom to review the app?
Thanks,
Souvilibra


Hey Don't worry about this part. ISB carefully analyze all applications so it takes time. You will know as soon as adcom review your application.
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charu1990 wrote:
Since ISB doesn't ask for resume, so I had one query while filling the employment details section:
I have worked with a company in 3 different locations including 2 international , and for 2 different designations in India , so should I mention each of these separately or are we expected to club all these (which would be really difficult , considering the 100 character limit for job responsibilities)
Basically I should fill in the details just like I do on my Resume right? 4 different positions and responsibilities and achievements in each mentioned separately...right? Please correct me if I am wrong. I did take up a conference call with ISB adcom, but they asked me to mention the current position in this company only, hence I am confused :roll:


I suggest you mention only last position of your job and write about multiple roles and location in Optional essay.
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Hey,

I had a doubt. When can we expect interview calls for ISB Round 1, since the deadline this year is 15th October 2015.

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Can some one help me, what is the Eligibility criteria for "Need based Tution fee Waiver"??
Its given The income including applicants should be less than 10L...

Applicants income means, what i am earning now or what i will be earning after resigning from job? (like from House Property or dividends)
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New post 11 Oct 2015, 08:27
Income means what you've (including spouse and parents) filed returns for now. Not after when you've resigned.

BTW, kudos if you'll still be over 10 lpa while not employed!!!

P.S. Always call the admission office if you're in doubt about any technical question.
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