Looking forward to your response for the following questions:
1. I have professional certifications like PMP etc.. Where should I add this information?
2. I have done non-profit jobs, where I did not make any money. However, ISB system does not let me enter the salary as 0. What do I do?
3. I have earned 35+ awards/ certificates in extracurricular activities like
debates/elocutions/personality contests etc. from school to college
How do put this information in 6 rows of 'Awards' section?
4. I have led various organizations in school/college organizations and the total is more than 7. How do I put this information in 3 rows under 'Activities' section?
Your profile looks good in terms of acads and extra curriculars. Not doing UG from a reputed college and no international work ex might not have a great negative impact on your application (strictly my take).
If you are looking to improving your profile, you might consider joining an organized club / society and put in some quality time there.
If you are able to achieve your expected GMAT score and turn in a good application, you stand a very good chance of getting the interview call. From then on you will just have to prove that you will be a good fit in the school. ATB.
See HBS and Stanford are in a different league. And they both rely heavily on blue chip experience. Once you have that covered with Google/Amazon, Stanford will also take a good look at GMAT/GPA. If you are strong in these two, your story starts building up. You need to connect them with some common threads and ECs form a part of these stories. You have to differentiate yourself so blood camps, giving tuitions, being a plain volunteer in x y NGO do not normally provide much strength. That is why you must find something you enjoy/care about, and give it enough time to show worthwhile results.
You have got the base to build up. Good luck.
Don't pay any attention to him. In the world of MBA forums you will find many such trolls.
Back to your original post. Stanford is the toughest nut to crack out of all of them. The company brand name counts for a LOT. So will your GMAT. I agree with everything Harsh has said...and i am afraid at this point your profile is a little weak for Stanford. Do not switch companies too much, take initiative for projects and show results. You really need good EC to seperate you from your tough pool. Find out 1-2 activities that you love/care about and dedicate enough time in them to show progression. Good luck
Clearly you have nothing great under your belt. Forget about great. Nothing even that clears the min threshold.
Your best bet is Emory, Kelley, Purdue et al.
I guess you get an idea of the difference in the schools I am suggesting and what you are aiming for.
No high GMAT will save you for a ride to HSWKMIT
This is a weak profile. You will not get admitted to stanford.
Sorry to pull the rails under your ride.