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|26th February 2010, 22:04||#31|
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|26th February 2010, 22:34||#32|
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|26th February 2010, 23:01||#33|
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|27th February 2010, 23:07||#34|
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I don't want to bash up the image of my college here publicly but can tell you its one of the best engineering colleges in the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. (aka IP University)
|27th February 2010, 23:12||#35|
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|28th February 2010, 00:15||#36|
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I would be discreet here because I fear that IIPM may sue me.
They have been through a lot of criticism as seen here:
.:: JAM CAREERS > IIPM: Tall Claims ::.
Vantage point: The fraud that is IIPM
My advice would be to do some research before joining an institute.
P.S. With a little bit of hard work one can secure 80%ile+ in CAT/XAT et al, which can enable people to join a good B-School in the country. In case one is unable to get that minimum percentile, it is not a necessity to do an MBA. One can always go for a Masters.
Besides, there are always options abroad.
|28th February 2010, 01:15||#37|
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Dude, 2 words, "Hard Work"
I've worked my way up without an MBA, its hard work if you need something you want.
Well even more hard work (its not physical labour) but negotiating and getting to terms with your own limitations. Which is the most practical thing one can ever do.
If you are great with concepts both mathematical, AR & Quant as well as the english language logic, go for IIM/ISB aim high, atleast you will be happy at the end of the day.
If you do make it through IIM/ISB, and pass out, you will realise that you are at the top of the heap, remember, its difficult maintaining a high status which won't be so difficult 5-10 years into your career, its being at the top and maintaining that lead which is difficult. Going up is easy.
At the end of the day best of luck from the bottom of my heart.
|28th February 2010, 15:25||#38|
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It's exactly this mentality which keeps these shady schools going.
|26th March 2010, 13:57||#40|
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Indian Institute of Planning and Management advertising and blogging controversy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The full page ads of IIPM and the things said by the 'guru' always read like fishy stuff and now am convinced. Not affiliated to UGC, not approved by AICTE means a very bad sign. Stay clear.
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