Author: Sachin Mandot

Sachin Mandot is a student of PGDM (2016-18) at IMT Ghaziabad and member of Student Team of InsideIIM. He actively writes about b-school life, politics and anything that catches his attention. For feedback and queries, write back at
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How To Make The Most Out Of First Few Months In MBA

June-July are the months when action begins in b-schools. Thousands of eyes filled with dreams and bank account debited heavily (barring a few) steps in to campuses. Welcomed with ‘Personality Development Sessions’, team bonding activities and long inductions (read: boring) kick off the first year. Often energy-draining, intense, experimental, sleepless, exciting and rewarding (depends upon

3 And A Half Mistakes I Made In Quant, Which You Shouldn’t

Quantitative Aptitude, a section which evokes mixed responses amongst various CAT takers. For engineers, it is expected to be a scoring area; whereas aspirants from non-math background often have to pull their socks harder. To the very contrary, I am an engineer whose quantitative aptitude section has been pathetic. In CAT 2014, when there were