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Request you all for my profile assessment

Current position: Assistant Manager in Oil & Gas sector (PSU) with 7 years experience

UG degree: B.Tech Electronics and communication (WBUT)
UG (%): 85%
12th(%): 80%
10(%) : 85%


GMAT1: 640 (Q45, V33) on 30th Aug'20
GMAT2: 640 (Q50, V27) on 14th Oct'20

I would like to apply for IIM A/B/C EPGP/PGPX course.

Please help.



While you have the GMAT on the lower end of the spectrum, you can make up for it with your PSU experience. Your acads also are on the good side.
Try and quantify your achievements in your applications.
IIMA and IIMB always have had a significant chunk of PSU folk entering, so you definitely have a decent chance of getting an interview call and then giving your best foot forward to convert it.

I will say please apply in R2 and not wait for later rounds.

I converted R1 PGPX myself this year (but not from your domain actually). So let me know if you need any assistance in your application.
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Please evaluate my profile for IIM-A/B/C

I "THINK" I might represent somewhat below average represented profile. Here are the key highlights:

1. Decent 88% and 86% in 10th & 12th standard respectively
2. Undergraduate GPA - 2.92
3. Work Ex - 8.5 years (Oil & Gas MNCs)
4. 2+ years of International exposure in oilfield operations(UAE, Saudi Arabia, Iraq)
5. Total of Four papers published, two of them with leading industry researchers.

Now comes the major problem: I decided to resign from my present company in Saudi in Jan,2020 to join a new company in Kuwait (PICKED THE WORST TIME TO RESIGN RIGHT??) and now I'm currently waiting for Kuwait to open its borders so I can join the job. This means I'm currently not a working professional.
Hence the main reason why I decided to explore the world of MBA and now ended up with GMAT 690 in my first attempt. Should I care to improve my score or will the representation land me up somewhere in IIM-C atleast.

Feedback will be highly appreciated.


If you can bring your score up, I will suggest you retake. Yes, its unfortunate about the job situation, but its out of your hand. However, given that you have the time, a GMAT retake should be easy to manage. The GPA looks a little low to me, and that could also be because you are converting from a percentage system I guess, which is not needed.
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Please evaluate my profile for IIM-A/B/C

I "THINK" I might represent somewhat below average represented profile. Here are the key highlights:

1. Decent 88% and 86% in 10th & 12th standard respectively
2. Undergraduate GPA - 2.92
3. Work Ex - 8.5 years (Oil & Gas MNCs)
4. 2+ years of International exposure in oilfield operations(UAE, Saudi Arabia, Iraq)
5. Total of Four papers published, two of them with leading industry researchers.

Now comes the major problem: I decided to resign from my present company in Saudi in Jan,2020 to join a new company in Kuwait (PICKED THE WORST TIME TO RESIGN RIGHT??) and now I'm currently waiting for Kuwait to open its borders so I can join the job. This means I'm currently not a working professional.
Hence the main reason why I decided to explore the world of MBA and now ended up with GMAT 690 in my first attempt. Should I care to improve my score or will the representation land me up somewhere in IIM-C atleast.

Feedback will be highly appreciated.




I think given your international exposure and score, you surely can get a call from IIM A/B/C. Speaking from people I know who got one this year in R1.
So please go ahead and apply.
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Can someone give opinion whether it is still ok to do one year executive mbas from below IIMs ( except ABCL) and get good placements after degree?

Other 1st generation:
Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode
Indian Institute of Management Indore
or

2nd Generation institutes:
Indian Institute of Management Shillong
Indian Institute of Management Rohtak
Indian Institute of Management Ranchi
Indian Institute of Management Raipur
Indian Institute of Management Tiruchirappalli
Indian Institute of Management Kashipur

or 3rd generation
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Request if someone can help me with an evaluation of my profile and also suggest a target GMAT SCORE.In mocks I have been scoring around 640-650.

Background
10th 73%
12th 55%
Graduation in Hotel Management from IHM Lucknow (premiere institute in the field) with 63%

Have a diverse work experience of 10 years including an international assignment of 3.5 years in multiple sectors.I have an experience in Mall management, retail management (Lifestyle/Luxury/Large) and education management.

I am currently employed with a successful education management company biggest in India in its space as a Cluster Operations Manager. I have held postions of Store Manager and subsequently an Area Manager during my time in Retail Industry.

The job profiles I have been on have been multidimensional throughout my career with a lot of people management/sales/p&l responsibility/service delivery/operations/client management related KRAs.

Not much extra curricular activities to talk about but I did participated in a lot of events during college and did get some prizes and certificates.The same during the school time too.

Any feedback is appreciated.

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Hi all,
I request you kindly give some feedback on strength of profile and possible chances of getting a call from the schools mentioned.

Background and nationality:
I'm a 32 y.o. Indian national male, working in the automotive industry in US for 7 years. I now want to return to India and am looking at 1 year programs only at IIM A/B/C and ISB. I have a masters from a reputed school in the US and have worked since then at Ford Motor Company and subsequently, a startup.

Education Information
10th Grade: 88%
12th Grade: 90%
Mechanical Engineering from R.V College of Engineering (68% aggregate)
Masters GPA - 3.6/4

GMAT: First attempt on October 15th 2020 - 640 (V32/Q47/IR 4/AWA 4)

Work experience and leadership
Primarily product development in the automotive industry on autonomous vehicles. Dealt with the technical aspects of vehicle level development and analysis of customer feedback into attribute improvement. Delivered multiple products for global markets (NA/SA/Eu/A-PAC).
Never held a managerial position but have led multiple cross-functional projects.

Community and others
Volunteered at a few community events in Detroit, Michigan.
Participated in multiple sports leagues from 2013-19 (cricket, soccer, badminton).
Big into history and culture of places around the world.

Why MBA in India?
For starters, I'm facing visa issues in the US and have become a bit tired of living the immigrant life for over 9 years now. A voluntold move to India seems imminent.
Having worked in the automotive industry for 7 years and having seen from up close the development of autonomous vehicles, I have gained sufficient experience in this industry. I feel these products are going to hit the Indian markets in the next few years and I want to be able to capitalize on the opportunity of being a part of that growth in India. With my technical background, possibly coupled with an MBA from a good school, puts me in a good position to be able to experience professional growth, whether it is with an established organization or through an entrepreneurial venture.

What I bring to the table: A strong network along with international experience and significant knowledge of the market and industry, yet unknown/unexplored to/by the Indian organizations.

I've already applied to IIM-A PGPX R2 but am a bit unsure about the other schools given that the intakes for IIM-B and IIM-C are lower than IIM-A and given that ISB has a lower avg. age of intake, the scores tend to be much higher. Any suggestions are welcome.
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Hi all,
I request you kindly give some feedback on strength of profile and possible chances of getting a call from the schools mentioned.

Background and nationality:
I'm a 32 y.o. Indian national male, working in the automotive industry in US for 7 years. I now want to return to India and am looking at 1 year programs only at IIM A/B/C and ISB. I have a masters from a reputed school in the US and have worked since then at Ford Motor Company and subsequently, a startup.

Education Information
10th Grade: 88%
12th Grade: 90%
Mechanical Engineering from R.V College of Engineering (68% aggregate)
Masters GPA - 3.6/4

GMAT: First attempt on October 15th 2020 - 640 (V32/Q47/IR 4/AWA 4)

Work experience and leadership
Primarily product development in the automotive industry on autonomous vehicles. Dealt with the technical aspects of vehicle level development and analysis of customer feedback leading to attribute improvement. Delivered multiple products for global markets (NA/SA/Eu/A-PAC).
Never held a managerial position but have led multiple cross-functional project teams.

Community and others
Volunteered at a few community events in Detroit, Michigan.
Participated in multiple sports leagues from 2013-19 (cricket, soccer, badminton).
Big into history and culture of places around the world.

Why MBA in India?
For starters, I'm facing visa issues in the US and have become a bit tired of living the immigrant life for over 9 years now. A voluntold move to India seems imminent.
Having worked in the automotive industry for 7 years and having seen from up close the development of autonomous vehicles, I have gained sufficient experience in this industry. I feel these products are going to hit the Indian markets in the next few years and I want to be able to capitalize on the opportunity of being a part of that growth in India. With my technical background, possibly coupled with an MBA from a good school, puts me in a good position to be able to experience professional growth, whether it is with an established organization or through an entrepreneurial venture.

What I bring to the table: A strong network along with international experience and significant knowledge of the market and industry, yet unknown/unexplored to/by the Indian organizations.

I've already applied to IIM-A PGPX R2 but am a bit unsure about the other schools given that the intakes for IIM-B and IIM-C are lower than IIM-A and given that ISB has a lower avg. age of intake, the scores tend to be much higher. Any suggestions are welcome.
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Background and nationality:
I'm a 32 y.o. Indian national male, working in the automotive industry in US for 7 years. I now want to return to India and am looking at 1 year programs only at IIM A/B/C and ISB. I have a masters from a reputed school in the US and have worked since then at Ford Motor Company and subsequently, a startup.


rm2987

You can make a post in the following topic for ISB profile evaluation request.

https://gmatclub.com/forum/profile-eval ... 10934.html
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Hi Rm,

Interesting profile and strong international experience that can boost your chances. However, the low GMAT score can be a hindrance, especially for IIM A, B, C and ISB. Do you plan to retake GMAT and increase your score by a few points?

That being said, apart from GMAT, you will also need a very strong application and stellar essays (showing absolute clarity in thought). We have helped a few applicants get into these schools with a 640-650 score, but it is definitely not easy.

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Hi all,
I request you kindly give some feedback on strength of profile and possible chances of getting a call from the schools mentioned.

Background and nationality:
I'm a 32 y.o. Indian national male, working in the automotive industry in US for 7 years. I now want to return to India and am looking at 1 year programs only at IIM A/B/C and ISB. I have a masters from a reputed school in the US and have worked since then at Ford Motor Company and subsequently, a startup.

Education Information
10th Grade: 88%
12th Grade: 90%
Mechanical Engineering from R.V College of Engineering (68% aggregate)
Masters GPA - 3.6/4

GMAT: First attempt on October 15th 2020 - 640 (V32/Q47/IR 4/AWA 4)

Work experience and leadership
Primarily product development in the automotive industry on autonomous vehicles. Dealt with the technical aspects of vehicle level development and analysis of customer feedback leading to attribute improvement. Delivered multiple products for global markets (NA/SA/Eu/A-PAC).
Never held a managerial position but have led multiple cross-functional project teams.

Community and others
Volunteered at a few community events in Detroit, Michigan.
Participated in multiple sports leagues from 2013-19 (cricket, soccer, badminton).
Big into history and culture of places around the world.

Why MBA in India?
For starters, I'm facing visa issues in the US and have become a bit tired of living the immigrant life for over 9 years now. A voluntold move to India seems imminent.
Having worked in the automotive industry for 7 years and having seen from up close the development of autonomous vehicles, I have gained sufficient experience in this industry. I feel these products are going to hit the Indian markets in the next few years and I want to be able to capitalize on the opportunity of being a part of that growth in India. With my technical background, possibly coupled with an MBA from a good school, puts me in a good position to be able to experience professional growth, whether it is with an established organization or through an entrepreneurial venture.

What I bring to the table: A strong network along with international experience and significant knowledge of the market and industry, yet unknown/unexplored to/by the Indian organizations.

I've already applied to IIM-A PGPX R2 but am a bit unsure about the other schools given that the intakes for IIM-B and IIM-C are lower than IIM-A and given that ISB has a lower avg. age of intake, the scores tend to be much higher. Any suggestions are welcome.
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Your profile will score some extra points on the diversity factor, but GMAT score is still on the lower side. Aim for 680+ and see where you land for IIM A/B/C.
However, a strong application and essay (especially focussed on why MBA) might enhance your chances.

Regards,
Tridisha

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Hello Good people of the forum

Request if someone can help me with an evaluation of my profile and also suggest a target GMAT SCORE.In mocks I have been scoring around 640-650.

Background
10th 73%
12th 55%
Graduation in Hotel Management from IHM Lucknow (premiere institute in the field) with 63%

Have a diverse work experience of 10 years including an international assignment of 3.5 years in multiple sectors.I have an experience in Mall management, retail management (Lifestyle/Luxury/Large) and education management.

I am currently employed with a successful education management company biggest in India in its space as a Cluster Operations Manager. I have held postions of Store Manager and subsequently an Area Manager during my time in Retail Industry.

The job profiles I have been on have been multidimensional throughout my career with a lot of people management/sales/p&l responsibility/service delivery/operations/client management related KRAs.

Not much extra curricular activities to talk about but I did participated in a lot of events during college and did get some prizes and certificates.The same during the school time too.

Any feedback is appreciated.

Thanks in advance

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Hi,

Request you all for my profile assessment

Current position: Assistant Manager in Oil & Gas sector (PSU) with 7 years experience

UG degree: B.Tech Electronics and communication (WBUT)
UG (%): 85%
12th(%): 80%
10(%) : 85%


GMAT1: 640 (Q45, V33) on 30th Aug'20
GMAT2: 640 (Q50, V27) on 14th Oct'20

I would like to apply for IIM A/B/C EPGP/PGPX course.

Please help.


Hi MeghTara

Your profile is pretty diverse. I would suggest you have a look at IIM Udaipur's PGPX programs. You will really fit well with the Global Supply Chain Management program. Check the program out at the official IIM Udaipur website

Let me know if you need to connect with someone already pursuing the course.
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Hi imSKR

It is absolutely ok to do a One Year MBA from other IIMs except IIM A/B/C. You can check out the faculty at the various IIM pages and the course structure. All these IIMs have a very carefully designed curriculum, and have a mix of amazing faculty with academic+industry experience. Each of these curricula is definitely going to give you a lot to learn from.

You can also consider IIM Udaipur's Executive courses - MBA in Digital Enterprise Marketing and MBA in Global Supply Chain Management.

Do let me know if you need some more information about this.

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Can someone give opinion whether it is still ok to do one year executive mbas from below IIMs ( except ABCL) and get good placements after degree?

Other 1st generation:
Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode
Indian Institute of Management Indore
or

2nd Generation institutes:
Indian Institute of Management Shillong
Indian Institute of Management Rohtak
Indian Institute of Management Ranchi
Indian Institute of Management Raipur
Indian Institute of Management Tiruchirappalli
Indian Institute of Management Kashipur

or 3rd generation
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Hey ProKiller

I think with your profile and a strong IT Background, you have a very good opportunity at IIM Udaipur's MBA in Digital Enterprise Management. Do have a look at the course at IIMU website.

Do let me know if I can help you out with any further information.

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Hello Seniors/GMATClub Folks,

Need help with my profile evaluation.

Can I please get feedback on my profile so that I can better evaluate 'the college shortlist'.

Background:
Indian IT Male Engineer (General category :cry: ) *silence* :D
Age: 33 :roll:

GMAT score: 680 (Q49, V34, IR5, AWA5) :shh:

Education:
10th: 82%
12th: 73%
Bachelor Degree: B.Tech, State Government College, Computers, 64%
Note: Not sure how % converts to GPA or CGPA - since there are different conversion methods.

Work Experience:
9.5 years at Indian IT Services Major

Work Experience Brief (in order 2011-till date):
1: Business Process Digitization Consultant, 3.25 years, reported to CIO of Client's Organization. Internal Six Sigma certified with saving of 200K+ USD.
Includes 1 year of experience as Project Lead (very small team though - 3 people).
2: Business Analyst, Accounting Domain, 3 years (with 7 months of International experience).
Includes 1 year of experience as Module Lead (team size - 5 people).
3: Scrum Master (PSM 1 certified) and Techno-functional analyst, 6 months.
4: Product Manager and Lead, Enterprise Mobile App Store, 1 year.
Team size - 18 people.
5: Program Manager, Mobile Apps and Ecosystem (60+ apps) and Mobile Talent Development Lead (60+ learners), 1 year and counting. Team size - 15 people.

Extra-Curricular:
1: Founder of College Literary Society and Quizzing Club
2: AIESEC, Local Chapter, Student Exchange Program and Communications Lead
3: Toastmasters - Multiple Leadership roles at different levels; overall 6+ years.
3: Hosting, planning, and managing Corporate and Non-Profit Events and Conferences (ranging from 50+ to 700+ audience)
4: Have represented my employer at various colleges-to-campus connect initiatives.

Post-MBA Goal:
To leapfrog and accelerate my growth into (Product Management + Technology Consulting) roles. :blushing:

Looking for suggestions and feedback on profile evaluation and where do I stand? :please: :angel:

Targeting Round 2 admissions this year in India (ISB, IIM A,B,C,L,I, any other suggestion)?

Thanks a lot in advance! : ) :)
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Hi Murtaza2153

I think your profile is very relevant to the Global Supply Chain Management course being offered at IIM Udaipur. Do check it out.

Feel free to reach out to me in case you need any further information.

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Myself Murtaza Presswala

Need a profile evaluation.

Worked with Siemens Gas and Power for 4.5 years as a System Engineer.

Handled multiple projects for national and international clientel as lead engineer on them.

Joined L&T and worked with a proposal team for 3 months.

Will be joining Siemens Energy next month with a similar job role as previously held but with more cordinated role.

Done one project with Siemens USA team for global standardization.


Academics :
10th :82%
12th : 78%
Btech : 9.21 GPA

Co curricular : Represented college at national level for BAJA and Robocon. Lead a team as a Design lead.

What are my chances for PGPX course?

How much do I need to score in GMAT?

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Name: Monodeep Dutta
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Age: 27

Education:
GMAT 700 (Q45, V41, IR 7, AWA- 5)
10th: 85%
12th- 87%
(10/12th scores are average of all subjects, not best 4/5)

College: Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing Specialization) from St' Xavier's College, Kolkata (Top 5 in the country)
CGPA- 7.24/10/(First Class, top 15% percentile of 400+ students)

Diplomas:
Six Sigma Green Belt
PMP/PMI in Project Management
Diploma in Digital Marketing
Hubspot Certifications in Inbound and Content Marketing

Work Ex:

Overall 5.5 years work ex on date of joining

- 2 years in sales/business development at VC backed startups like Grofers, Wedmegood, Runnr- launched and managed new business verticals and entire business for Mumbai Territory
- 3 years working as a program manager for a startup benefits program/community + managing influencer marketing for key brands.
- Partnerships with global players like Startup Grind, TNW, Techstars etc

Leadership/Global Work Experience:
- Captain and Vice-Captain of multiple sports teams in School
- Sole POC for my program/project- directly reporting to Director and CEO
- Managed interns and associates (one at a time) for projects at my current job
- Worked with stakeholders across SEA, Europe, and North America

Extracurriculars:
- Captain of the school cricket team
- School team- Hockey, Football, Rowing and Dance
- Other activities: Debate, Athletics etc
(Was very inactive in the sports sphere during college due to injuries)
- National Level Vintage and Classic Car Rallies- multiple awards winner

Other hobbies:
- Trekking
- Mixed Martial arts
- All things sports

Future plans:
In order of preference:
1. Lead strategic projects/new initiatives/work as a program manager
2. Brand Management Roles (especially in the B2C sphere)
3. Consulting

Issues:
- Poor math score in school and GMAT (did make up for it in college though as it was more statistics-driven)
- Low work ex compared to the typical 1 year mba candidates


I'm only looking at IIM A/B as a backup to ISB.
Please evaluate my chances (IIMB EPGP deadline is 4 days away and I'm ready to apply). Thank you.

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Hello every one...

Request your help in profile assessment.

Current position: IT technical postion(Cloud engineer)

Overall Experience: Over 12 years


UG degree: Btech Electrical(CEMK,Kolaghat,WBUT)
UG :7.1 YGPA

GMAT: 660--> trying to 700+

I am looking for some honest assessment. I am looking to get into EPGP at IIM A/ISB or similar.
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Hello Everyone
It would be very helpful if you can help me with the profile evaluation for IIM(A,B,C,L,I) ISB XLRI for one year MBA
Work Ex: Total work ex of 5 years as developer in IT consultancy (2.5 years in TCS and 2.5 in Capgemini). I have worked in mobile and web develpment projects for Microsoft as a client. Then moved to data security projects and GDPR implementations for US Insurance company Progressive.

Education
10: 78%
12:75%
Engg: 7.5

Achievements:
Served as Asst General secretary in the college student Union (Got elected as an independent candidate)
Served as Chief Coordinator in college Annual Fest
Got a few star of the month awards from office(I am not sure if they can be considered as any achievements)
Gmat: 690
I felt the GMAT score is low so planning to appear again next month.
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