XLRI GMP BATCH WELCOMES PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS
XLRI GMP Batch of 2010-2011 welcomes all the prospective MBA students in this forum.
We truly understand that decision to quit your current job and become a student at this stage of your life has to be a thoughtful and mature decision and hence, you have all rights to know everything about this course before taking this big step.
So, here on this thread, we represent the XLRI GMP batch of 2010-2011 to help you with timely information straight from our experience being inside the campus. Please note however that information we provide should not be taken as official information from XLRI Management.
GMP is a full-time, residential, 1-year General Management Program to provide practicing managers substantial exposure to theoretical foundations in management .
Started in 1997, XLRI's full-time one-year flagship GMP programme is the oldest in the country and is only open to students having minimum of 5 years' quality managerial work experience
Please feel free to shoot any doubt you have in your mind regarding this course. We will be more than happy to welcome your queries.
- It is one of the three flagship programme of XLRI and is given the same respect and resources in XLRI as other flagship programmes(BM and PMIR).
- It's a full time 1 year residential course with all benchmarks of a world class MBA truly met. (including a dedicated placement cell and the XLRI fulltime faculty cum learning)
- The minimum years of full time relevant managerial work experience is 5 years.
- Students can apply to GMP course through XAT as well as GMAT.
Please feel free to visit the collaborative blog : XLRI GMP Class of 2011 Collaborative Blog for GMP 2010-2011 updates and information.
For last year thread, please visit:
Thanks & regards,
The information we provide should not be taken as official information from XLRI Management.
I have an exp. of 5 yrs with 2 MNCs in Automation n Control Industry. First employer MNC was a campus recruitment.
I have decent Acads with 84 % in SSC, HSC and 75 % in BE.
How does my profile look as to chances in ISB? I guess a different industry may add value as compared to a beaten to death IT exp.
Also, Should I apply in R1 or an R2 application be treated equally? Asking cos R1 seems to be a little tight on time owing to my loaded work schedule.