Are all Indian IT Professionals Equivalent?

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Hi, I have read at most of the GMAT forums that Indian students and specifically Indian IT professionals are at a disadvantage because of the large talent pool with which any student need to compete to get in to a good business school. M...
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Hi,

I have read at most of the GMAT forums that Indian students and specifically Indian IT professionals are at a disadvantage because of the large talent pool with which any student need to compete to get in to a good business school.

My question with in IT industry a person can have different exposure and experiences for e.g. one of the person may be working as a developer or in support while the other person may be acting as a Business Analyst or a consultant. Do both of them belong to the same pool just because they belong to IT industry?

regards
Vijay


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Hi,

I have read at most of the GMAT forums that Indian students and specifically Indian IT professionals are at a disadvantage because of the large talent pool with which any student need to compete to get in to a good business school.

My question with in IT industry a person can have different exposure and experiences for e.g. one of the person may be working as a developer or in support while the other person may be acting as a Business Analyst or a consultant. Do both of them belong to the same pool just because they belong to IT industry?

regards
Vijay



please redirect the post in the right forum.

unfortunately, its true that on a relative scale, IT professionals from India are at a disadvantage on Global MBA basis if you are as vanilla as the others. This year specifically have been bad for some of them
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Hi,

I have read at most of the GMAT forums that Indian students and specifically Indian IT professionals are at a disadvantage because of the large talent pool with which any student need to compete to get in to a good business school.

My question with in IT industry a person can have different exposure and experiences for e.g. one of the person may be working as a developer or in support while the other person may be acting as a Business Analyst or a consultant. Do both of them belong to the same pool just because they belong to IT industry?

regards
Vijay

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