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Hi , anyone from Mumbai shortlisted for the GD WAT PI Stage ?
how to start revising for XAT, folks? feel like having lost the touch after CAT
I dont know if this is the right forum to ask this but still will go ahead.
I had incorrectly marked one bubble while filing up my roll no.. Upon instructions of the invigilator, i struck off the incorrectly marked bubble and marked the correct bubble again. Will this cause a problem in assessing my OMR sheet?
Hi there i want to can a mechanical engineer apply for this program?currently I am working as sales engineer with 6 months experience
I used sbi debit card as a payment option and i didn't save the transaction confirmation proof...I don't use net banking how do i get this transaction confirmation proof?is it the journal number or something ?Someone plz help
where can i get fact, reason, conclusion and proposition type of questions?
Ethical -a person is called unethical, when he deviates from principles. The principles and their use is often guided by two definitions: Moral: society's code for individual survival Ethics: An individual's code for society survival Naresh was a small time civil contractor in a small city. His major clients were the residents who wanted adhoc work like painting, building extensions to be done. His just prices had made him a preferred contractor for most of the clients who preferred him over other civil contractors. Always he followed the principle that client had to be kept happy-only by doing so it would be a win-win situation for both. However due to the unpredictability of such orders from residents, Naresh used to be idle for substantial part of the year. As a consequence, he could not expand his business. His two children were growing up and his existing business could not support their expenses. The medical expense of his elderly parents was another drain on his resources. The constant rise of prices in medical care and medicines was another issue. For Naresh, family's concern was predominant. Naresh was, therefore, under pressure to expand his business. He was the sole earning member of his family, and he had to ensure their well being. He thought that by expanding his business, not only would he be able to care for his family in a better way, as well as offer employment to more number of masons and labourers. That would benefit their families as well. Naresh drew the boundary of his society to include himself, his family members, his employees and their family members. For expansion, the only option in the city was to enlist as a contractor for government work. Before deciding, he sought advice from another contractor, Srikumar, who had been working on government projects for a long period of time. Srikumar followed the principle of always helping others, because he believed that he would be helped back in return some day. Srikumar had just one advice "The work is given to those who will win the bidding process and at the same time will give the maximum bribe. Prices quoted for work have to include bribes, else the bills will not get cleared and the supervisors will find multiple faults with the execution of work. This ensures survival and prosperity for contractors".When asked about other contractors, Srikumar said "The government contractors are like a microsociety in themselves, almost like a brotherhood. Within that, they are highly competitive; however towards any external threat they are united to ensure no harm happens to any of their members".
Naresh decided to work as a government contractor. Following Srikumar's advice, he inflated the prices so that he could pay the bribes out of the bills received.
(a)Naresh is now totally unethical.
(b)Naresh cannot be called totally ethical.
(c)Naresh can be called ethical when it suits him. (d)Naresh is ethical to some extent.
(e)Naresh is being totally ethical.
MAT sep 2014 - 94.8 % .
1 year work ex at a bank. and some internships and lots of cultural certificates and awards .final year of graduation. aggregate till now is 76%. any chance?
Plz kindly help. Luckily Today i registered for SCMHRD - IM course.
But i paid twice for the same course. First time money got debited and error shown. Second time my payment got succeeded and i submitted the application. Will i get the refund ?? wat to do now ??
I have registered for siib but was not able to make payment. Is there anyway to do it now ?
What are my chances for getting a call from NMIMS Bengaluru
QS - 73, LS - 56, LR - 64, OA - 193
Hi Guys,Will MH-CET 2015 be enough for a non Maharashtra applicant for jbims??I am a fresher in this arena...So can some one suggest how many months of preparation would be enough??I have a fairly good academic record and around 18 months of work experience.Any chances if I start my prep now(n m currently working)..Will have to take out time for studying...:-):-P
Can the oms students get admission through their mh cet scores or is cat/cmat/mat etc necessary
is tcy working fine for u guys?..m not able to review the gk tests i took
hey puys..i only applied for SIBM initially but then,i decided(after much dialogue with my friends) that SCHMRD was also a good bet..today's the last date for application i suppose..i've filed in all the details and done successful payment(received an email regarding that as well) but in the personal details section, there's this column where u tick the colleges and courses u wanna apply to....it wont let me select SCMHRD now..should i leave it like that?...any help would be much appreciated .
What if someone doesn't attempt the question in (SNAP/MAT/CMAT) will that be considered as wrong answer and negative marks will be applied??