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1) i am btech cse 2017 passout. Tried cat 2017 but didn't worked out well. So i got a job last month (telephonic sales). My only question is that is there any chance to apply for mim this fall (need to start from scratch) or should i work for 1 year and then try it?
2) I have seen that some colleges doesn't require gmat score. So my question is, is it worth doing mim from there? All i am looking after mim is decent job opportunity after mim at the same country

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The MIM is a degree for graduates with or without only little professional experience. A Masters in Management (MIM) offers you excellent grounding in the skills and knowledge which are needed to succeed as a business leader.
Yes you can apply for this fall, but it depends on the university deadlines, my suggestion is to first decide a university and enquire about admission process and eligibility.

Work Experience

Work experience is not a mandatory requirement, but many universities have made it clear that though they do not require work experience, a little work experience can make the applicants work profile competitive. One thing I can say that, work experience with good role or with a good company can add a lot of skills to your profile or adds brand value to you, so it is highly advisable to get at least some internships before applying.

GMAT Score

Don’t know about some other colleges, but it’s a mandatory requirement for the most of the universities, there could be different admission requirements for getting into a program without the GMAT.
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piyushbadola wrote:
1) i am btech cse 2017 passout. Tried cat 2017 but didn't worked out well. So i got a job last month (telephonic sales). My only question is that is there any chance to apply for mim this fall (need to start from scratch) or should i work for 1 year and then try it?
2) I have seen that some colleges doesn't require gmat score. So my question is, is it worth doing mim from there? All i am looking after mim is decent job opportunity after mim at the same country

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Hey piyushbadola

First things first, IMO, any school which waives GMAT is not a good option to study :)

Now, coming to the job, it makes sense to find one with a well-known reputed brand
as stevesmiths has already suggested. Since you are fresh out of college, you should
keep the job search on(while working this job). Try and find an entry-level job with
a well-known IT vendor and work for a year. Side by side, you could prepare for the
GMAT as well. You can then apply to a well-known program, next year.

Do keep us informed on the progress. All the best!
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I work at infoedge(naukri. Com). Not sure about international standards but its quite a good brand in india. Is it still good or should I keep looking?

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Also, not sure if i could get job in good it since i am not good in technical stuff and want to change domain

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New post 19 Jun 2018, 01:56
piyushbadola wrote:
1) i am btech cse 2017 passout. Tried cat 2017 but didn't worked out well. So i got a job last month (telephonic sales). My only question is that is there any chance to apply for mim this fall (need to start from scratch) or should i work for 1 year and then try it?
2) I have seen that some colleges doesn't require gmat score. So my question is, is it worth doing mim from there? All i am looking after mim is decent job opportunity after mim at the same country

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If you want to pursuit management, the experience is quite important. And for the competency in this industry, you should go for a good school (opinion from non-expert)
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piyushbadola wrote:
1) i am btech cse 2017 passout. Tried cat 2017 but didn't worked out well. So i got a job last month (telephonic sales). My only question is that is there any chance to apply for mim this fall (need to start from scratch) or should i work for 1 year and then try it?
2) I have seen that some colleges doesn't require gmat score. So my question is, is it worth doing mim from there? All i am looking after mim is decent job opportunity after mim at the same country

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I think the more well-known a college is, the better chance of finding new job with decent salary will be. Hence, the harder it requires for application. :-D
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New post 24 Jun 2018, 03:10
M 2018 batch passout engineer and 2 internship from core field and have a family business (middle class can say ) and want to go for mba . Right now a have job in local industry .

Guide me further to build a profile

And mim or mba

Why ?

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The MIM is a degree for graduates with or without only little professional experience. A Masters in Management (MIM) offers you excellent grounding in the skills and knowledge which are needed to succeed as a business leader.
Yes you can apply for this fall, but it depends on the university deadlines, my suggestion is to first decide a university and enquire about admission process and eligibility.

Work Experience

Work experience is not a mandatory requirement, but many universities have made it clear that though they do not require work experience, a little work experience can make the applicants work profile competitive. One thing I can say that, work experience with good role or with a good company can add a lot of skills to your profile or adds brand value to you, so it is highly advisable to get at least some internships before applying.

GMAT Score

Don’t know about some other colleges, but it’s a mandatory requirement for the most of the universities, there could be different admission requirements for getting into a program without the GMAT.


Thanks for the advice, i appreciate it and i will look in to.
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Always keep an eye out for the next chapter of life and Good Luck!
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I work at infoedge(naukri. Com). Not sure about international standards but its quite a good brand in india. Is it still good or should I keep looking?

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