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14 Post-MBA Career Questions that ISB Answers!

Posted by Admission CrackVerbal in Blog ContentOther Interesting Topics, on November 03, 2012
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ISB steps in again to reach out to young MBA aspirants puzzled by numerous career-related questions!   A rainy afternoon, the A/V Auditorium of St. Joseph Boys High School; A cluster of MBA aspirants and members of ISB Admissions committee.   ISB’s PGP Admissions Director – Mr. A. M. Kannan, along with…

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Top 5 myths about ISB application busted!

Posted by Admission CrackVerbal in Blog ContentOther Interesting Topics, on August 03, 2012
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Over the last decade of its existence, ISB has evolved into a brand in itself – a sense of honor, prestige and accomplishment for everyone who has graduated from the Indian School of Business!   Constantly ranked as one of the top…

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3 Management lessons from the 2011 Japan Earthquake and Tsunami

Posted by Admission CrackVerbal in Blog ContentOther Interesting Topics, on March 29, 2011
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MBAs are an ambitious lot. Wannabe MBAs are more ambitious. However the earthquake and the subsequent tsunami earlier this month has taught us a lot which can be applied to life, career, and even management.   1. Preparation:   As the old adage goes “If you fail to plan you plan to fail”….

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Why GMAT is Like Sachin Tendulkar

Posted by Admission CrackVerbal in Blog ContentOther Interesting Topics, on December 23, 2010
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An interesting anecdote that I read in Aamir Khan’s blog was about an incident with Sachin Tendulkar. This was when they were watching the finals of the first IPL. Since the Mumbai Indians had not qualified, Aamir was sitting next to Sachin. I reproduce in toto:   The match last night…

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Advantages of UK B-schools

Posted by Admission CrackVerbal in Blog ContentOther Interesting Topics, on August 18, 2010
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My personal opinion about UK is pretty high. Especially after a few of my close friends/associates moved to the UK to do their MBA. Some positive aspects of an MBA in the UK are:   1. Most of the courses are 1-year and not the conventional 2-year programs. Good…

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