Final Frontier with Deepali Naair 2014 – High Quality Interview Training

Final Frontier with Deepali Naair 2014 – High Quality Interview Training for Bright Candidates who wish to join Top Business Schools in India and abroad.

This is our 3rd Year with Deepali and the response has been overwhelming. Queries have been pouring in 2 months prior to the CAT Results date. It is almost as if the first thing students have done after writing CAT is call up our helpline/Register in our Career Store!

Unfortunately, the online product via skype had been booked out completely as early as Nov 2013. (We have an alternate package run by IIM graduates this year in case you are interested. Click here)

The good news for those who want to work with Deepali is that we still have plenty of slots for the in-person Mumbai product vacant. However, the presence of the candidate in Mumbai for majority time of the course delivery is necessary.

Place an enquiry for the Mumbai Course with Deepali and you will hear from us within 24 Hours. Fill the form below.

In case you want to know more about this product and Deepali check the links below.

Testimonials : Success Stories of Deepali Naair

Listen to Deepali here :

Transcript :

“Why is an interview so important? Why do business schools across the world use it as a means to select candidates for their course?

Let’s understand from their perspective. they are hiring future managers, they are hiring future CEOs, they are hiring future CXOs . What you need to do as future managers, CEOs, CXOs, you need to engage in a lot of dialogue within  the corporate organisations , you need to engage in a lot of dialogue even if you are an entrepreneur and they want to know your ability to dialogue. They know you by your form, they know you by your academic scores, they know you by your profile that you have put down before them but they don’t know you from your ability of communication. That is what they want to judge. Its not just a simple ability of saying what you prepare, its the ability to be able to react to a situation, to be able to react to the cross questioning that they put across you, its the ability that you demonstrate that whether you can do consensus building in organisations in the future and its the ability somewhere of your maturity that you demonstrate during an interview. So they make you react to situations, ask you questions to figure out also the consistency with the essays that you have put down. If you have said that you are an X kind of person and by making you react to a situation they actually judge whether you are that kind of a person or not. So your maturity, ability to dialogue, your ability to be consistent is all judg……” Read the entire transcript here.

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Testimonials : Success Stories of Deepali Naair

 

Other pieces which you must read are :

10 Worst Career Goals Essays (With inputs from Deepali Naair)

Why MBA? 10 Worst Essays on reasons to do an MBA or choose a specialization

 

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Converted Your Call – Meet Companies That Will Recruit You During Summer Placements Now

MBA is not an end itself. MBA is a means to an end. That end is your career. Some of you will be bankers. Some of you will be consultants. Some of you will be Brand Managers. InsideIIM.com provides you final admits with a unique opportunity to start working on your career even before you join business school. You get a chance to meet campus recruitment managers from top companies at our office in Mumbai on May 22nd, 2017.

It will be a two-hour discussion with people who are likely to recruit you come summers 2017!

Who is eligible?

Students with final admits from the following schools:

IIMs – Only ABCLIKS
FMS
XLRI
SPJIMR
NITIE
IIFT
NMIMS
SIBM Pune
SJMSOM – IIT Bombay
JBIMS
TISS

Apart from these, there will be final admits from our partner schools.

The students NEED to send us the admission offer. Only those with a valid final admit will be invited for this session.

Do I have to pay for this?

Nope. It is free for the students! 😀

What do you need to do?

It’s quite simple, really. Just fill this form and we will get in touch with you.

 

How long will it be?

We will send you the exact timings but as of now please block 10 am to 4 pm in your schedules on 22nd May 2017.

Hurry!
Limited Seats, obviously.

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Summer Internship Chronicles – LIVE Blog For Your Everday Internship Experiences

We know how summer internships are for you. You you’ve got it, why not flaunt it? We will run this LIVE blog for two months – while your internship is going on. Doing something interesting? Let others know! Had a bad day at work? Rant about it. Vent it out. Made some mistake and learnt from it? Stop others from making the same mistake? Know some cool hack to make the internship life easier? Don’t be selfish and share it with others! Want to be anonymous? We will ensure that as well.

The maximum words for this entries are 100. Email your day’s experience to Nidhi at nidhi.malkan@insideiim.com and she will ensure that your experience helps others. We will run a single blog for two months which will be updated every day. You can send pictures/selfies from work as well!

Let’s get to Business now.

 

Entry 8:

11th May: Yash Sultania, IIM Indore PGP Mumbai, Summer Intern at Motilal Oswal Private Equity.

Yash says, “Looking at the tall, swanky buildings of Lower Parel – which is home to almost every business house of India, I entered my designated summer internship office with pride, only to go back home with a temporary ID card and wifi password that day. Wondering whether my colleagues would invest in me with the same enthusiasm as equities, the next few days were the beginning of a steep learning curve. After 1.5 months, I know I will miss this place, even if it is for the simple ‘Good Morning’ that the watchman wishes me every day with the same gleaming smile.”

 

Entry 7:

26th April: Rupali Patro, IIM Lucknow, Interning as a summer intern at TATA Steel.

Rupali writes, “Tuesday morning. Endless sips of coffee. Desperate attempts at keeping those body withdrawal symptoms at bay.

Amidst this series of monotonic events, I receive a call from my guide who’s away on business asking me to raise a travel request to the nearest ‘Grain Silo’ plant in the city. An instant appointment with the busiest head of the plant had been scheduled. This is my chance to glean an ample lot of valuable project-related  information. Tidying up, I pull myself together, chalking down this set of the questionnaire I long intended to ask upon. Once at the plan, I’m assisted by this very amicable Head of Operations of the plant who dispels an inside-out knowledge about the market extant, the suppliers, the manufacturers, the prospect of business and functioning of the plant in its entirety. In the end, I pat myself on the back for having accumulated a whole load of stuff to present before my mentor. I am told I’ll be embarking on more such trips outside the city in a bid to interrogate more such prudent people and grasp more discernible clarity upon the project at hand. The visit did make my day!”

Entry 6:

22nd April: Chiranth S, IIM Bangalore, Interning at Reliance Industries.

Chiranth says, 

“Today on the way back from the construction site to office, I had a small conversation with the driver of our Department’s vehicle.

Me (as an ice breaker): Toh aap kitne saal se kaam kar rahe hain idhar?
Him: 5-6 mahine ho gaye saab.
Me: Kaam accha lag raha hain?
Him: Nahin saab mujhe driver nahin ban na. Mujhe Veterinary doctor ban na hain.

Well, rest of the conversation I will type out in English, I have never been able to associate things with gender in Hindi and I don’t want to get hit for it 😛

Me: Oh okay. Then why are you working here?
Him: Because of the situation at home I had to take a break. I have finished Class XII and I will be taking up the course next year. Whenever I park the vehicle and wait for people I study (he showed me the books).

I picked up one of the books and noticed all commerce related stuff in it.

Me: Why are you studying commerce books?
Him: Sir I am doing B.Com External (read correspondence). Have completed two semester exams.
Me: But why?
Him: Sir I did not want to waste one year, so thought I will study alongside work. Veterinary Diploma ke saath B.Com bhi padh lunga. Baahar sab se Graduate kahunga toh maa baap aur log khush ho jaayenge aur mein pashu ke doctor bhi ban jaaunga.

A lot of memories came rushing in. I realized that a smile existed on my face throughout the convo and I knew it would take some time for it to fade away 🙂

Such small stories are what make India, India. We are fighters and we will fight till we get there!”

 

Entry 5:

20th April: Dhruv Dhingra, IMT Ghaziabad, Interning as a sales and marketing intern at Bharti Infratel Limited.

Dhruv Says, “Desk No-9318

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Strange, isn’t it? The human tendency of getting attached to lifeless things. I am unsure if this fits the bill for describing ‘internship experiences’, but, as my thoughts guided me towards the ‘shareable’ part of my ongoing internship, I wondered what could be the most pertinent part? The mentors? The coffee breaks with fellow interns? The wondrous weekends?

Well, what about the workstation with which we, interns, spent the maximum time? And, where, we’ll study, analyse and interpret plethora of reports? A place not just for putting down our stuff, but for being ourselves, a space solely for us, comforting akin to your room at home. Isn’t it special?

And, hopefully, years later, we’ll  see an old picture, and comment- ‘this was the place where it all began, the desk, working where I got the career-defining PPO…’ ”

 

Entry 4:

19th April : Rupali Patro, IIM Lucknow, Interning as a summer intern at TATA Steel.

Rupali says, “Two fluky weeks working with Tata Steel as a summer intern and I already feel partially (if not thoroughly) acclimatised with the ways of the colossal Indian Multinational. One fine Wednesday morning, I walk my way to the office harbouring a million thoughts in my head, wondering if this day should also turn out to be like all the others and if it shall be any more fruitful than the rest.

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By now, I’ve pored over an innumerable bunch of research papers, a whole passel of resourceful articles from a plethora of websites, glimpsed at a significant lot of videos on Youtube, scouring the Internet for dear ‘data’. Thus, every attempt at comprehending the project at hand was made. Reporting to my mentor at the end of the day, while some of the deliverables were dubious and vague, others were met with absolute appreciation. Another set of reports are handed to me for quick perusal and I leave the office content with the day’s upshot.”

 

Entry 3:

17th April : Snigdha Kakkar, XLRI Jamshedpur, Interning as an HR Intern at ITC Personal Care Division, Kolkotta – Her Dream Company.

Snigdha says –

Each day at Personal Care Division of ITC began with the soothing fragrance of the famous 5th-floor Fragrance Hall. Initially, it took me a while to figure out what my project really was. I slept the first few nights in anxiety, wondering what am I supposed to deliver exactly. But, then a team member gave me a worthy advice – ” There is no harm in asking questions. Don’t worry what they will think as no questions are foolish, though the answers might be!!”
While trying to figure out my deliverables, I came across a very important fact that One should not just jump into the execution of the project from day 1. It is very important to know what led to that Problem statement. The question should not be what are we supposed to deliver but why are we supposed to deliver this; what is the latent business need behind it.

 

Entry 2: 

17th April: Shubham Shah, IIM Kashipur, Internship in Export Marketing at Reliance Industries Limited. 

Shubham says, “My first day in the most respected industry from 4 decades is beyond my expectation.  It was a mix of excitement, curiosity and anxiety.

The day started with our visit to the Head Office with our HR, then we head for the plant visit and I was mesmerised to see the processes from spinning the thread to weaving and processing the fabric.

Then we had a lunch with the leadership team, there I got a very important lesson from my mentor – ‘Internship is the opportunity to learn and it is very important to have the understanding of not only about your department but overall and also we here follow open door policy so you can come to my cabin any time of the day.

My first-day experience was a different one from my first job and it was totally different from my first day of college and I will be cherished this for life.”

 

Entry 1:

12th April: Snigdha Kakkar, XLRI Jamshedpur, Interning as an HR Intern at ITC Personal Care Division, Kolkotta – Her Dream Company.

Snigdha says, “My first day was more than the term interesting. It was a mix of curiosity, excitement, anxiety and expectations. The day started pretty early with our visit to the Head Office which our HR. All fragrance and glamorous as we expected. Reviews from my friends of their day 1 had already made me anxious in addition to the complexity of projects. But, the serene atmosphere of Kolkata combined with the sweetness of people of my new team and the interns who join with me made my day memorable.
I got a very important lesson that very day from my team – ‘You should not strive for a PPO, of course, it is important but you should strive for delivering a project which stands the tide of time as you will be known through that project.’
Another important insight was – ‘Your guides and mentors might not be able to give you time in some instances or might get angry but they do not have anything negative for you, it is just time crunch which you and he both are facing. So, always be patient!’

Thus, my first-day experience was a different one from college and all the more interesting which revived me from all my anxieties.”

 

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In case you missed the first day of the internship, here are some shots!

Summer is here and so are the internships!

3rd April – Today was the first day of Internships at some of the most coveted companies in India – ABG, Reliance, and ITC. Our crew was at all these places covering some of the best things that these companies have to offer. And we have a sneak peak before the whole story comes out. Take a look!

5:30 pm – At ABG – Shoot Mode ON!

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Oh and there’s some CAKE too at Reliance!

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4:20 pm – And the session at ABG comes to an end…

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Meanwhile at Reliance.. An interesting session by Mr. Sunil Dutt

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Woo and look at THAT!

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And the wall of FAME

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3 pm – Oh and Look at what ITC Interns are upto..

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An afternoon of delectable chocolate-making about to begin at ITC’s latest venture – Exquisite chocolates from Fabelle.

11:30 am – Shooting with an ABG Intern – A Delhi Girl in Mumbai

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Meanwhile at Reliance…

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And an Interesting Acronym at ABG caught our eye.. Have a look and tell us what you think it means in the comments below. (Hint: it’s not what you think)

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Let’s look at where ITC Interns are spending the day today! It’s mesmerising. 

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What is common between the Dalai Lama, the PM of New Zealand and Enrique Iglesias? They have all stayed at the Presidential Suite of ITC Windsor Bangalore. And that’s where the ITC Interns are spending the day!

10 am – Induction Session at ABG begins

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10 am – Our Second Crew waiting for ITC Interns at the Bangalore Airport

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10 am – While our third crew covers Reliance

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Summer Saga 2017 – 60 Days As An Intern

Hi Guys!

Summers for a b-school student is no more about mangoes, games and leisure activities. It’s about the grand summer internship.

And here’s a chance to share this once in a lifetime experience with the world AND win prizes.

 

What is it?

InsideIIM.com is launching its fourth edition of Summer Saga Contest and inviting you to share your crazy or enriching internship experience.

 

Here’s what you need to do –

Share your summer internship experiences with us! Whether you’ve managed to beat the heat by sitting in an air-conditioned cubicle, staring at excel sheets all day long OR visited remote villages and town in the scorching heat. Whatever it is that you did, we want to know. And we have the perfect platform to express your highs and lows. Your experience will be read by thousands of users.You pen down the experience and we will make sure you get visibility and your thoughts are heard (read).

 

What do you get out of it?

Win prizes worth Rs. 60,000 plus e-certificates from the campus managers!

Check out the rules below to know more.

 

Campus manager, who?

Ever year, we have Campus Managers from some of the top companies (such as Reliance, HSBC, Flipkart, ABG, HUL, TAS, etc) judging the annual Summer Saga competition and top 10 experiences are selected from across b-schools in India.

Check out the previous year’s judges and winners here.

Check out the judges for Summer Saga 2015, here.

And judges for Summer Saga 2014, here.

 

The Deadline

20th June, 2017

 

Can’t wait till the deadline to share your stories?

We have something to fix that as well! For the first time ever, we are introducing Summer Internship Chronicles. Send us entries on how you spent the day. What made you happy, what made you feel lost, or what made you angry. This is not a part of the Summer Saga Competition. It is to make your voice heard, learn from other’s mistakes, prevent someone from the mistake that you made, learn from other’s accomplishments and inspire others with your success. The maximum number of words for these entries are 100. Email your day’s experience to Nidhi at nidhi.malkan@insideiim.com and she will ensure that your experience helps others. We will run a single blog for two months which will be updated every day.

RULES OF SUMMER SAGA INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCES COMPETITION

  1. The minimum word limit is 500 words.
  1. The competition is broadly divided into four different categories. Please refer to the table below to know about prizes in each category.
Category
Prize Money Banking and Finance Sales, Marketing and General Management Operations HR, Consulting and others
1st Prize Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000
Runner Up Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500
Note : In case the 1st prize is shared there will be no second prize winner and the prize will be shared by the winners – Rs.7500 each.
  1. The ‘Campus with the most Interesting Interns’ based on the entries from all the campuses. (Minimum number of entries from a campus to be considered for this title – 10)
  1. If your story has already been shared by your campus it will automatically qualify for the competition. If you have applied for the student team again you automatically qualify for this competition as well.
  1. Read about the last year’s winners here. You can also check out the winners of Summer Saga 2015, here.
  1. Judges for Summer Saga 2017 will be announced in June.

So guys, start writing to us and make yourself heard. You have a voice and you have the experience, so make the best use of it.

 

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Hi Guys!

Summers for a b-school student is no more about mangoes, games and leisure activities. It’s about the grand summer internship.

And here’s a chance to share this once in a lifetime experience with the world AND win prizes.

 

What is it?

InsideIIM.com is launching its fourth edition of Summer Saga Contest and inviting you to share your crazy or enriching internship experience.

 

Here’s what you need to do –

Share your summer internship experiences with us! Whether you’ve managed to beat the heat by sitting in an air-conditioned cubicle, staring at excel sheets all day long OR visited remote villages and town in the scorching heat. Whatever it is that you did, we want to know. And we have the perfect platform to express your highs and lows. Your experience will be read by thousands of users.You pen down the experience and we will make sure you get visibility and your thoughts are heard (read).

 

What do you get out of it?

Win prizes worth Rs. 60,000 plus e-certificates from the campus managers!

Check out the rules below to know more.

 

Campus manager, who?

Ever year, we have Campus Managers from some of the top companies (such as Reliance, HSBC, Flipkart, ABG, HUL, TAS, etc) judging the annual Summer Saga competition and top 10 experiences are selected from across b-schools in India.

Check out the previous year’s judges and winners here.

Check out the judges for Summer Saga 2015, here.

And judges for Summer Saga 2014, here.

 

The Deadline

20th June, 2017

 

Can’t wait till the deadline to share your stories?

We have something to fix that as well! For the first time ever, we are introducing Summer Internship Chronicles. Send us entries on how you spent the day. What made you happy, what made you feel lost, or what made you angry. This is not a part of the Summer Saga Competition. It is to make your voice heard, learn from other’s mistakes, prevent someone from the mistake that you made, learn from other’s accomplishments and inspire others with your success. The maximum number of words for these entries are 100. Email your day’s experience to Nidhi at nidhi.malkan@insideiim.com and she will ensure that your experience helps others. We will run a single blog for two months which will be updated every day.

RULES OF SUMMER SAGA INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCES COMPETITION

  1. The minimum word limit is 500 words.
  1. The competition is broadly divided into four different categories. Please refer to the table below to know about prizes in each category.
Category
Prize Money Banking and Finance Sales, Marketing and General Management Operations HR, Consulting and others
1st Prize Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000
Runner Up Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500
Note : In case the 1st prize is shared there will be no second prize winner and the prize will be shared by the winners – Rs.7500 each.
  1. The ‘Campus with the most Interesting Interns’ based on the entries from all the campuses. (Minimum number of entries from a campus to be considered for this title – 10)
  1. If your story has already been shared by your campus it will automatically qualify for the competition. If you have applied for the student team again you automatically qualify for this competition as well.
  1. Read about the last year’s winners here. You can also check out the winners of Summer Saga 2015, here.
  1. Judges for Summer Saga 2017 will be announced in June.

So guys, start writing to us and make yourself heard. You have a voice and you have the experience, so make the best use of it.

 

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Hi Guys!

Summers for a b-school student is no more about mangoes, games and leisure activities. It’s about the grand summer internship.

And here’s a chance to share this once in a lifetime experience with the world AND win prizes.

 

What is it?

InsideIIM.com is launching its fourth edition of Summer Saga Contest and inviting you to share your crazy or enriching internship experience.

 

Here’s what you need to do –

Share your summer internship experiences with us! Whether you’ve managed to beat the heat by sitting in an air-conditioned cubicle, staring at excel sheets all day long OR visited remote villages and town in the scorching heat. Whatever it is that you did, we want to know. And we have the perfect platform to express your highs and lows. Your experience will be read by thousands of users.You pen down the experience and we will make sure you get visibility and your thoughts are heard (read).

 

What do you get out of it?

Win prizes worth Rs. 60,000 plus e-certificates from the campus managers!

Check out the rules below to know more.

 

Campus manager, who?

Ever year, we have Campus Managers from some of the top companies (such as Reliance, HSBC, Flipkart, ABG, HUL, TAS, etc) judging the annual Summer Saga competition and top 10 experiences are selected from across b-schools in India.

Check out the previous year’s judges and winners here.

Check out the judges for Summer Saga 2015, here.

And judges for Summer Saga 2014, here.

 

The Deadline

20th June, 2017

 

Can’t wait till the deadline to share your stories?

We have something to fix that as well! For the first time ever, we are introducing Summer Internship Chronicles. Send us entries on how you spent the day. What made you happy, what made you feel lost, or what made you angry. This is not a part of the Summer Saga Competition. It is to make your voice heard, learn from other’s mistakes, prevent someone from the mistake that you made, learn from other’s accomplishments and inspire others with your success. The maximum number of words for these entries are 100. Email your day’s experience to Nidhi at nidhi.malkan@insideiim.com and she will ensure that your experience helps others. We will run a single blog for two months which will be updated every day.

RULES OF SUMMER SAGA INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCES COMPETITION

  1. The minimum word limit is 500 words.
  1. The competition is broadly divided into four different categories. Please refer to the table below to know about prizes in each category.
Category
Prize Money Banking and Finance Sales, Marketing and General Management Operations HR, Consulting and others
1st Prize Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000
Runner Up Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500
Note : In case the 1st prize is shared there will be no second prize winner and the prize will be shared by the winners – Rs.7500 each.
  1. The ‘Campus with the most Interesting Interns’ based on the entries from all the campuses. (Minimum number of entries from a campus to be considered for this title – 10)
  1. If your story has already been shared by your campus it will automatically qualify for the competition. If you have applied for the student team again you automatically qualify for this competition as well.
  1. Read about the last year’s winners here. You can also check out the winners of Summer Saga 2015, here.
  1. Judges for Summer Saga 2017 will be announced in June.

So guys, start writing to us and make yourself heard. You have a voice and you have the experience, so make the best use of it.

 

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Hi Guys!

Summers for a b-school student is no more about mangoes, games and leisure activities. It’s about the grand summer internship.

And here’s a chance to share this once in a lifetime experience with the world AND win prizes.

 

What is it?

InsideIIM.com is launching its fourth edition of Summer Saga Contest and inviting you to share your crazy or enriching internship experience.

 

Here’s what you need to do –

Share your summer internship experiences with us! Whether you’ve managed to beat the heat by sitting in an air-conditioned cubicle, staring at excel sheets all day long OR visited remote villages and town in the scorching heat. Whatever it is that you did, we want to know. And we have the perfect platform to express your highs and lows. Your experience will be read by thousands of users.You pen down the experience and we will make sure you get visibility and your thoughts are heard (read).

 

What do you get out of it?

Win prizes worth Rs. 60,000 plus e-certificates from the campus managers!

Check out the rules below to know more.

 

Campus manager, who?

Ever year, we have Campus Managers from some of the top companies (such as Reliance, HSBC, Flipkart, ABG, HUL, TAS, etc) judging the annual Summer Saga competition and top 10 experiences are selected from across b-schools in India.

Check out the previous year’s judges and winners here.

Check out the judges for Summer Saga 2015, here.

And judges for Summer Saga 2014, here.

 

The Deadline

20th June, 2017

 

Can’t wait till the deadline to share your stories?

We have something to fix that as well! For the first time ever, we are introducing Summer Internship Chronicles. Send us entries on how you spent the day. What made you happy, what made you feel lost, or what made you angry. This is not a part of the Summer Saga Competition. It is to make your voice heard, learn from other’s mistakes, prevent someone from the mistake that you made, learn from other’s accomplishments and inspire others with your success. The maximum number of words for these entries are 100. Email your day’s experience to Nidhi at nidhi.malkan@insideiim.com and she will ensure that your experience helps others. We will run a single blog for two months which will be updated every day.

RULES OF SUMMER SAGA INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCES COMPETITION

  1. The minimum word limit is 500 words.
  1. The competition is broadly divided into four different categories. Please refer to the table below to know about prizes in each category.
Category
Prize Money Banking and Finance Sales, Marketing and General Management Operations HR, Consulting and others
1st Prize Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000
Runner Up Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500
Note : In case the 1st prize is shared there will be no second prize winner and the prize will be shared by the winners – Rs.7500 each.
  1. The ‘Campus with the most Interesting Interns’ based on the entries from all the campuses. (Minimum number of entries from a campus to be considered for this title – 10)
  1. If your story has already been shared by your campus it will automatically qualify for the competition. If you have applied for the student team again you automatically qualify for this competition as well.
  1. Read about the last year’s winners here. You can also check out the winners of Summer Saga 2015, here.
  1. Judges for Summer Saga 2017 will be announced in June.

So guys, start writing to us and make yourself heard. You have a voice and you have the experience, so make the best use of it.

 

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Hi Guys!

Summers for a b-school student is no more about mangoes, games and leisure activities. It’s about the grand summer internship.

And here’s a chance to share this once in a lifetime experience with the world AND win prizes.

 

What is it?

InsideIIM.com is launching its fourth edition of Summer Saga Contest and inviting you to share your crazy or enriching internship experience.

 

Here’s what you need to do –

Share your summer internship experiences with us! Whether you’ve managed to beat the heat by sitting in an air-conditioned cubicle, staring at excel sheets all day long OR visited remote villages and town in the scorching heat. Whatever it is that you did, we want to know. And we have the perfect platform to express your highs and lows. Your experience will be read by thousands of users.You pen down the experience and we will make sure you get visibility and your thoughts are heard (read).

 

What do you get out of it?

Win prizes worth Rs. 60,000 plus e-certificates from the campus managers!

Check out the rules below to know more.

 

Campus manager, who?

Ever year, we have Campus Managers from some of the top companies (such as Reliance, HSBC, Flipkart, ABG, HUL, TAS, etc) judging the annual Summer Saga competition and top 10 experiences are selected from across b-schools in India.

Check out the previous year’s judges and winners here.

Check out the judges for Summer Saga 2015, here.

And judges for Summer Saga 2014, here.

 

The Deadline

20th June, 2017

 

Can’t wait till the deadline to share your stories?

We have something to fix that as well! For the first time ever, we are introducing Summer Internship Chronicles. Send us entries on how you spent the day. What made you happy, what made you feel lost, or what made you angry. This is not a part of the Summer Saga Competition. It is to make your voice heard, learn from other’s mistakes, prevent someone from the mistake that you made, learn from other’s accomplishments and inspire others with your success. The maximum number of words for these entries are 100. Email your day’s experience to Nidhi at nidhi.malkan@insideiim.com and she will ensure that your experience helps others. We will run a single blog for two months which will be updated every day.

RULES OF SUMMER SAGA INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCES COMPETITION

  1. The minimum word limit is 500 words.
  1. The competition is broadly divided into four different categories. Please refer to the table below to know about prizes in each category.
Category
Prize Money Banking and Finance Sales, Marketing and General Management Operations HR, Consulting and others
1st Prize Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000
Runner Up Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500
Note : In case the 1st prize is shared there will be no second prize winner and the prize will be shared by the winners – Rs.7500 each.
  1. The ‘Campus with the most Interesting Interns’ based on the entries from all the campuses. (Minimum number of entries from a campus to be considered for this title – 10)
  1. If your story has already been shared by your campus it will automatically qualify for the competition. If you have applied for the student team again you automatically qualify for this competition as well.
  1. Read about the last year’s winners here. You can also check out the winners of Summer Saga 2015, here.
  1. Judges for Summer Saga 2017 will be announced in June.

So guys, start writing to us and make yourself heard. You have a voice and you have the experience, so make the best use of it.

 

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Hi Guys!

Summers for a b-school student is no more about mangoes, games and leisure activities. It’s about the grand summer internship.

And here’s a chance to share this once in a lifetime experience with the world AND win prizes.

 

What is it?

InsideIIM.com is launching its fourth edition of Summer Saga Contest and inviting you to share your crazy or enriching internship experience.

 

Here’s what you need to do –

Share your summer internship experiences with us! Whether you’ve managed to beat the heat by sitting in an air-conditioned cubicle, staring at excel sheets all day long OR visited remote villages and town in the scorching heat. Whatever it is that you did, we want to know. And we have the perfect platform to express your highs and lows. Your experience will be read by thousands of users.You pen down the experience and we will make sure you get visibility and your thoughts are heard (read).

 

What do you get out of it?

Win prizes worth Rs. 60,000 plus e-certificates from the campus managers!

Check out the rules below to know more.

 

Campus manager, who?

Ever year, we have Campus Managers from some of the top companies (such as Reliance, HSBC, Flipkart, ABG, HUL, TAS, etc) judging the annual Summer Saga competition and top 10 experiences are selected from across b-schools in India.

Check out the previous year’s judges and winners here.

Check out the judges for Summer Saga 2015, here.

And judges for Summer Saga 2014, here.

 

The Deadline

20th June, 2017

 

Can’t wait till the deadline to share your stories?

We have something to fix that as well! For the first time ever, we are introducing Summer Internship Chronicles. Send us entries on how you spent the day. What made you happy, what made you feel lost, or what made you angry. This is not a part of the Summer Saga Competition. It is to make your voice heard, learn from other’s mistakes, prevent someone from the mistake that you made, learn from other’s accomplishments and inspire others with your success. The maximum number of words for these entries are 100. Email your day’s experience to Nidhi at nidhi.malkan@insideiim.com and she will ensure that your experience helps others. We will run a single blog for two months which will be updated every day.

RULES OF SUMMER SAGA INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCES COMPETITION

  1. The minimum word limit is 500 words.
  1. The competition is broadly divided into four different categories. Please refer to the table below to know about prizes in each category.
Category
Prize Money Banking and Finance Sales, Marketing and General Management Operations HR, Consulting and others
1st Prize Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000
Runner Up Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500
Note : In case the 1st prize is shared there will be no second prize winner and the prize will be shared by the winners – Rs.7500 each.
  1. The ‘Campus with the most Interesting Interns’ based on the entries from all the campuses. (Minimum number of entries from a campus to be considered for this title – 10)
  1. If your story has already been shared by your campus it will automatically qualify for the competition. If you have applied for the student team again you automatically qualify for this competition as well.
  1. Read about the last year’s winners here. You can also check out the winners of Summer Saga 2015, here.
  1. Judges for Summer Saga 2017 will be announced in June.

So guys, start writing to us and make yourself heard. You have a voice and you have the experience, so make the best use of it.

 

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Team InsideIIM

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Hi Guys!

Summers for a b-school student is no more about mangoes, games and leisure activities. It’s about the grand summer internship.

And here’s a chance to share this once in a lifetime experience with the world AND win prizes.

 

What is it?

InsideIIM.com is launching its fourth edition of Summer Saga Contest and inviting you to share your crazy or enriching internship experience.

 

Here’s what you need to do –

Share your summer internship experiences with us! Whether you’ve managed to beat the heat by sitting in an air-conditioned cubicle, staring at excel sheets all day long OR visited remote villages and town in the scorching heat. Whatever it is that you did, we want to know. And we have the perfect platform to express your highs and lows. Your experience will be read by thousands of users.You pen down the experience and we will make sure you get visibility and your thoughts are heard (read).

 

What do you get out of it?

Win prizes worth Rs. 60,000 plus e-certificates from the campus managers!

Check out the rules below to know more.

 

Campus manager, who?

Ever year, we have Campus Managers from some of the top companies (such as Reliance, HSBC, Flipkart, ABG, HUL, TAS, etc) judging the annual Summer Saga competition and top 10 experiences are selected from across b-schools in India.

Check out the previous year’s judges and winners here.

Check out the judges for Summer Saga 2015, here.

And judges for Summer Saga 2014, here.

 

The Deadline

20th June, 2017

 

Can’t wait till the deadline to share your stories?

We have something to fix that as well! For the first time ever, we are introducing Summer Internship Chronicles. Send us entries on how you spent the day. What made you happy, what made you feel lost, or what made you angry. This is not a part of the Summer Saga Competition. It is to make your voice heard, learn from other’s mistakes, prevent someone from the mistake that you made, learn from other’s accomplishments and inspire others with your success. The maximum number of words for these entries are 100. Email your day’s experience to Nidhi at nidhi.malkan@insideiim.com and she will ensure that your experience helps others. We will run a single blog for two months which will be updated every day.

RULES OF SUMMER SAGA INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCES COMPETITION

  1. The minimum word limit is 500 words.
  1. The competition is broadly divided into four different categories. Please refer to the table below to know about prizes in each category.
Category
Prize Money Banking and Finance Sales, Marketing and General Management Operations HR, Consulting and others
1st Prize Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000 Rs.10,000
Runner Up Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500 Rs.7,500
Note : In case the 1st prize is shared there will be no second prize winner and the prize will be shared by the winners – Rs.7500 each.
  1. The ‘Campus with the most Interesting Interns’ based on the entries from all the campuses. (Minimum number of entries from a campus to be considered for this title – 10)
  1. If your story has already been shared by your campus it will automatically qualify for the competition. If you have applied for the student team again you automatically qualify for this competition as well.
  1. Read about the last year’s winners here. You can also check out the winners of Summer Saga 2015, here.
  1. Judges for Summer Saga 2017 will be announced in June.

So guys, start writing to us and make yourself heard. You have a voice and you have the experience, so make the best use of it.

 

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