In this video, Harsh Parikh, CA, Co-Founder at DRiefcase, Ex-Director – Investment Banking at Bank Of America Merrill Lynch, IIM Bangalore grad talks about his passion for investment banking and making big bucks. He also tells us about his experience studying at IIM Bangalore. Check it out here.
In this video, Ankita Aggarwal, AVP – General Manager, Beauty & Wellness, UrbanClap, Ex-Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Ex-Cisco, IIM Indore Alum talks about choosing to work at a startup called UrbanClap, after gaining experience as a transaction banker with Bank of America. She shares the story of getting married to a person from another religion, a love that met her at b-school. Check it out here.
Sometimes all you need is an honest conversation with your senior and this video with Kartik Arora is just that. He’ll take you through his engineering days in MIT to his short stint at Mahindra before he joined XLRI. His stories on clearing the dreaded finance paper, not laughing in a GD and being your honest self during your summer placement interview are great pieces of advice that will hold you in good stead when you’re at the campus. Tune in for an honest, candid, and humorous talk here.
How likely are you to be happy with your job after an MBA? What is an ideal salary expectation to have post-MBA, and are those expectations actually met? Which are India’s most desirable business schools? How big a role does money actually play in the decision to pursue an MBA? These are some of the many questions which, if answered, can bring a certain amount of clarity to both MBA aspirants as well as business school students about their post-MBA careers. In fact, by the time you’re done reading all reports, you will perhaps even know which companies you want to work with the industry of your choice! Cancel your plans and read this extensive report here.
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