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Making a Paradigm Shift

“It is a myth that students who want to pursue a business program in India should take the CAT and those who want to do an MBA abroad should take the GMAT,” says Parth Vaishnav, highlighting a crucial fact that colors the decisions of many MBA aspirants in India. He continues, “the fact is that many Indian B-schools now accept GMAT scores.” Read more

At the Top of Her Game!

“I come from a family of doctors, so I know the healthcare industry very well,” says Priyanka Lahoti as she outlines the importance of data science in healthcare systems all over the world. “In the US, for example, 18% of the GDP is spent on healthcare, but one in three dollars goes waste. Data science can help in improving patient outcomes by reducing costs,” she says. Read more

On the Road to Achieving Her Dreams!

“Studying abroad will be a great experience for me,” says Avantika Singh from Sanskriti School in New Delhi. She continues, “It will widen my horizons. Also, as my chosen fields are astrophysics and neuroscience, which don’t have a lot of scope in India, I intend to go to the US.” Read more

About Time, You Followed Your Dream!

In 2014, when Neeti Sonth graduated from VNIT, Nagpur with a Bachelors in Electronics and Communications Engineering, she was sure of only two things. One, she wanted to pursue advanced studies in electronics and two, she wanted to go to the US for doing that. US was her country of choice because the prospect of studying under professors who were Nobel laureates or pioneers in their field, thrilled the knowledge-seeker within her. Add to that the promise of up-to-date facilities like labs and libraries, Neeti was straining to get there. Read more

The Curious Case of Harsh Shah

Harsh Shah was in a fix. In January 2018, he gave himself a month to prepare for and clear the GMAT. He wanted to join Fall ’18 session. But no institute was willing to guide him. ‘Impossible!’ ‘This is madness!’ was most institutes’ incredulous reply. Read more

When Coding Calls: The Story of a Whiz Kid

A computer engineer by choice and a poet by heart, Shubhangi Raj has always believed that the pursuit of knowledge is more important than the pursuit of marks. With several remarkable achievements at school—distinctive performance in science and maths Olympiads, winning in inter-school chess competition, developing a robot to win a robotics competition, learning and mastering SQL, winning 6 consecutive scholar badges—this studious teenager from Mumbai has always been fascinated by Artificial Intelligence, virtual reality, internet-connected devices, crowdsourcing, robotics, nanotechnology and cloud computing. Read more

Switching Careers: From Telecom Engineering to Financial Management

“I always believe in continuous improvement,” says Subrat Gupta, when asked about his motivation to pursue an MBA. He continues, “MBA allows you to come into contact with people from different backgrounds and different perspectives. This helps you become a better person!” Read more

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