With CAT ’17 done and dusted, it’s time to move on. As an aspirant, you would have been closely following all the development irrespective of whether or not you appeared for the exam. A few marks here and there can create a world of difference. To give your best shot, it is imperative that you
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So it’s done. The CAT is finally out of the bag. If you are one of those who has the calls you aimed for, stop right away. This post is not for you. To the contrary, if you are dejected and disappointed, continue reading. Not clearing CAT in this attempt may not be such a
Since you have already decided to pursue an MBA, it’s only fair that you acquaint yourself with what’s in store for you. Reading some of these books will give you different perspectives not only on business but also on life. It will expose you to the myriad challenges that businesses faced and how they overcame
This article is first in a series of articles to help aspirants start their CAT preparation If you have just been bitten by the CAT bug and are wondering how to go about preparing for it, worry not. I was in a similar position three years back when I had decided to pursue MBA. Just
So it’s coming to an end. A journey that began as an obsession after hearing a relative’s son getting one of those dream placements (Yes, I too am a part of the crowd that came in with probably the sole purpose of getting a hefty pay cheque and a good brand on the CV :P).
So you really worked hard and yet nothing happened? You gave your best shot and yet you could manage only 85%ile? Or worse you had reached close to 99 but have not received the calls you wanted? Trust me; you are not alone in this. CAT is a fiercely competitive exam, and thousands of students
India today has more than 5500 MBA colleges. Needless to say that most of these colleges do not add any value to a student graduating from them. Some of these colleges spend heavily on advertising and create a false perception of education quality and placements. A study by ASSOCHAM said that only 7% of MBA
This article is second in a series of articles to help aspirants start their CAT prep. Part 1 can be found here. CAT 2017 is done. If you are reading this, chances are that you already have braced yourself for another year of preparation. With 11 months to CAT 2018, it is imperative to start
“Tell us something about yourself.” This was the quintessential question that greeted me as I sat before two distinguished professors of IIM Lucknow. What followed was a barrage of discussion on my background, cities I had lived in, the college I had studied, projects I had worked on, interests and a lot of other things.
Disclaimer: Although the author of this article is from IIM Lucknow, the points stated below are more or less true for all established or older MBA colleges in India. Would still love to hear divergent views in the comments section from students of other colleges. To an outsider, the MBA world may seem like a