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Okay so I have secured admissions in both NMIMS and SCMHRD this year... Now I am in a dilemma as to which institute should I join? The things going on in my mind are - Investment - NM would go around 22-23 lakhs...Since 17.5 is the admission fees...And then add to that the cost of living, rent of flat etc in Mumbai hub... SCMHRD on the other hand is 15.5 lakhs with everything included, and adding the pocket expenses, it wouldn't go beyond 18 lakhs. Campus life - NMIMS has little to offer in terms of campus life and nothing to offer in terms of hostel... SCMHRD on the other hand has much to offer in those fields... Industry Exposure - NMIMS wins hands down in this aspect or so I have been told... Average Placements - NMIMS is slightly better in terms of average placements as compared to SCMHRD... Specialisation - Currently I am not very sure about the specialisation that I want to choose...I have a slight apprehension for finance since generally people have told it to be very daunting...I am more of an extrovert and I guess I have a slight inclination towards marketing and HR but to be honest I don't know much about either of them... College Reputation - NMIMS scores over SCMHRD in this area... Considering the above mentioned points, I would like opinions from you Puys...It would be helpful in me coming to a decision... P.S. I have to take admission this year so don't have the option of taking a drop.

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I am working as an ao in an insurance company but I want to leave my job. what will happen to the bond amount ? as its been only a year.

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icecool11
@icecool11  ·  1,346 karma

If you want to have experience certificate then you will have to shell out bond amount. If not then not

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If a person working in a public sector bank fills upsc cse and ssc cgl exam not showing work ex , Will have any problem if he or she gets selected???

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icecool11
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No

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Final Composite Score Cutoff / Final Conversion New IIMs

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Can you pls shed some light on final comp score cutoff for new IIMs.

Say person have x, y & z% in 10th, 12th & Grads but evn at 100%ile he cannot convert.

I have scored 84%-10 ('02 ICSE), 72%-12 ('04 CBSE), 40% in BSc PCM ('07 HNBU) and 60% in MA Eco (09 HNBGU) & now pursuing corspdnc BA (expctn 60%). NCOBC wid ovr 5 yrs exp.

What are my chncs at new IIMs & at what CAT score Can I expect to convert e.g. 90%ile, 95% or no cnvrt. I am instrd in new IIMs only


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sansari
@sansari  ·  0 karma

anyone?

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I have 1 year job exp as Assistant System Engineer in TCS and currently I am working in a Public sector bank as a manager for more than 3 years,getting a package around 7.5 lac per annum. I am looking for doing an MBA from IIM. I need your guidance if I am taking the right decision to leave the job and doing MBA from IIM or top colleges. Please guide me .I am confused.

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ravzholocaust
@ravzholocaust  ·  3,183 karma

It totally depends upon your preference and your aim in life,some people land up in bank in their tryst to do MBA(I am in same state) if you are still sincere enough for it you should go for it provided you have age too on your side.Hope it helps. 😃

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icecool11
@icecool11  ·  1,346 karma

Better to check out if you are good enough to get the minimum college you are aiming for credential wise and talent wise.

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What are the legal implications if I don't work up to the expectation of my manager during my Notice Period?

I just got a new job in a company and subsequently I have resigned in my present company. My present company has a notice period of 2 months and no buyout option(available only when manager agrees to). Now, the new company wants me to join within 1 month after which the offer will be withdrawn, whereas my manager is not allowing me to go and is asking me to serve the full 2-months notice period. I have tried explaining my situation to my manager several times but he simply doesn't agree and finally told me that he is not at all concerned about my career prospects.

Finally, the new company withdrew the offer and after this I don't want to work in my present company. I also told my manager that if he deliberately wants to stop me for 2 months then I will be least interested in giving any transitions or KT he wants me to give. So, two questions here -

1. What are the possible legal implications that I might have to face now in terms of relieving letter or experience letter even after I complete my 2 months notice period? Can he deny the relieving letter or experience letter in the absence of the required commitment?

2. If I going to face the heat here, then what possible things can I do to pacify the situations?

Please note that I am still serving the notice period.

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icecool11
@icecool11  ·  1,346 karma

Finally what happened

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bikrantkmk
@bikrantkmk  ·  50 karma

@GolD.Roger No One really expects you to Work during Notice Period.

But if you do that will be your Managers Bonus.

Just chill but ensure you should not cross the Boundaries of Internal Policies.

If you dont work, Manager can only ask you or threaten you by many things

but basically he cant do anything.

(Even he is also bother of what feedback you provide to HR on your Exit Intervies.)

So it would be wise if you make him indirectly aware that if he doesnt harm you by any means then you will also return by providing positive Feedback about him to HR.

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what are the options available after bank po?I recently got selected as PO in a PSB.

MBA does not seem like a possible option as my 10th ,12th and grad scores are really low:59,59,72.

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fivestar
@fivestar  ·  5,214 karma

sir, even i wanna know this. following this post currently to get the answer, i just felt your grad % is pretty good. you better tag some admin here 😃

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Catch-44
@Catch-44  ·  31 karma

UPSC, Territorial Army, Start up or join a start up, Or add more brownie points to your CV by getting certificates like CFA etc to make a switch to private banks down the line

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What should I expect to learn from my physics master's degree if I am going to do an MBA right after that?

Now I am doing my M.Sc from one of the NITs. I am preparing for MBA along with M.Sc, actually I was interested in MBA from B.Sc 3rd year itself. I was preparing for  M.Sc from B.Sc  1st year, but my choice changed during 3rd year. At that time it was not possible for me to suddenly prepare for MBA, therefore I decided to go for M.Sc first for which I had been preparing for past 2 years. Now I have just started my M.sc and going to appear for CAT15, I'm not sure whether I can get a good college this time, most probably next year will be the year when I'll finish M.sc and join MBA. So What should I try to get from this course?  And what minimum cgpa should I try to get?

I have 92,88,86 in 10th,12th & b.sc

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pradosh2584
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@sb29  well, what do you mean by good grades? I mean, what range of cgpa in masters is generally thought as good?

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sb29
@sb29  ·  3,813 karma

For exact range, ask someone who is a current student. I finished in 2010.

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Hello guys! I am in a real dilema right now. I have just recently completed my B.Com from DU. My long term goal is doing MBA from a reputed bschool. But before that i want to gain some work ex, preferably 2 years. I am interested in the finance domain. Initially i was thinking of giving ibps po but reading negative reviews about the work culture there i am not sure about it anymore. Which job profiles should i be looking for alongside which i can also get enough time to prepare for CAT. I will also be giving CFA L1 in June next year. Would really love any advice. 

IDBI PO. CAT'15- 96.25
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ravzholocaust
@ravzholocaust  ·  3,183 karma

Well the location is something that doesn't belongs to you,though PSBs do offer female staff the luxury to stay close to their native place but it may not be everytime.

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daredevildan
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Choose banks which are having less business in your area....

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Hey guys,

I was doing my B.Tech. in mechanical engineering and in the final year i got a job in an IT company. They asked me to join immediately so i took up the opportunity but i had couple of back papers left for my B.Tech. Later working in that company i decided to leave my mechanical degree cause it was not relevant to the field and do a distance degree in BCA  cause i wanted to stay in software field and it was not possible for me to take a long leave to go and complete my remaining 4-5 papers. Now my profile is 10th /12th/grad : 87/74/71. and around 34 months exp. Please tell your honest opinions on whether i can get a good MBA college for CAT after the degree drop out. Although i have a proper explanation for it. Please help guys, need your honest opinions.

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kinji.at.pg1
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If you have a proper explanation I think it may work out. You can know only after applying and going to the interview.

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