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# Re:help in Profile Evaluation,Indian Banker

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Re:help in Profile Evaluation,Indian Banker [#permalink]

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22 Feb 2011, 08:55

GMT 680 Work exp 11 years
Presently working as Senior Manager in a public sector bank in India

Reason:To go for Treasury/IB/Consultancy profile

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22 Feb 2011, 11:18
Hi there ravindersingh, given what you wrote, it's pretty much impossible to give you a good gauge of where you stand in the applicant pool. Feel free to browse through some other people's profile evaluation and look at the level of details given. You'll need to present a much rounder profile for those who may be able to help you out with your question.
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22 Feb 2011, 19:18
Hi
I fully understand lack of information.Actually I had attached my CV ,then somebody advised me to remove CV .
I present my CV in gret detail:
March 2009 - Till date Senior Manager – Credit/Forex Department
Bank of India (MGF Plaza ,Gurgaon)
July 2008 – March 2009 Manager – Credit/Forex Department
Bank of Baroda(Meerut )
February 2005-March2008 Area Manager
Indian Oil company Limited
Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited(2003 – 2005)
Assistant Manager
New India Assurance (2002 - 2003 )
State Bank of India(1999 – 2001)
Probationary Officer

My Qualification:
B.E(Electronics & Comm.)
Diploma in Treasury,risk and investment management
Cleared CFA Level I
I have number of financial degrees in stock markets,banking insurance,etc.

My problem is of changing 6 jobs in 12 years and moving from banking,insurance,telecom,oil to banking again.actual reason is that intially I was exploring my area of best fit. But when I realized my core competence,I have not been able to mangage Treasury,Investment mgt/International Business area within banking.This is my reason for doing MBA to change functionl rea within finance or to go for consulting where all my experience in different sectors can be used up.

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22 Feb 2011, 19:37
Many schools do not entertain applications from those who already have an MBA degree. First, you should check which schools you can apply to.

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22 Feb 2011, 19:49
Hi
Could you just evaluate last paragraph regarding 6 job in 12 months.Is that a reasonble justification for chnging jobs?

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22 Feb 2011, 20:28
There's no harm in having 6 jobs in 12 months, but you will need an extremely convincing reason to convince the AdComs as to why that is. Exploring fit may not be enough in this case, and honestly, if that's the reason you should just bank on it. Also, as bizschoolprep pointed out, you will have to look for schools that will accept an applicant with an MBA already (because not all schools in the states do).
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22 Feb 2011, 22:33
Hi sorry it's 6jobs in 12 years!but I wanted to know whether going to unrelated sectors and then coming to core area is a disadvantage and how to justify?claim that it is due to trying different areas to find area of core competence or is it due to interest in diversified areas?which is more convincing and why. Thanks in advance. Regards ravinder

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22 Feb 2011, 22:40
I think that's a question that I do not have the ability to answer. I think it'll depend on how you wish to shape your application and how your essays round out your reasoning of 6 jobs in 12 years. It would also depend on what you choose to put on your resume since it's probably going to be hard for you to put down first couple of jobs you've held on your resume, especially the fact that most b-schools allow only 1-page resume.
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