10 Most Wacky Questions asked in IIM Interview
The Personal Interview is the final round of the admission process of all MBA colleges. Most top MBA colleges in India like IIM A, B and C give more than 30% weightage before preparing the final selection list. The Personal interview can either make or break your chances of studying in a premier business college.
Which is the toughest to crack: CAT or GD/PI/WAT?
The results of Common Admission Test (CAT) 2019 were announced on 4th January by IIM Kozhikode. Naturally, candidates are now busy preparing for their WAT/GD and PI rounds. After all, this second stage influences one’s final selection But what requires more hard work? The national-level entrance exam for which more than 2 lakhs people register?
How to prepare for GDPI and WAT after CAT 2019 Result?
Now that you have crossed the stage one of the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2019, it is time to start your preparation for the second stage. Whether you got 75 percentile or 90 percentile, the second stage of Written Ability Test (WAT) or Group Discussion (GD) will play a significant role to determine your admission.
Know about the Difference between NRC and CAA 2019
What is NRC? NRC stands for the National Register of Citizens that contains the names of Indian citizens. The set up of NRC got mandate after the 2003 Amendment of The Citizenship Act 1955. The 2003 amendment commands the central government to constitute a national register to keep record about the citizens of India. The
"Think Equity Think QGLP" at IIM Ahmedabad - Experiences shared from NIBM Pune
I, Ankur Vyas along with two of my batch mates Siddhi Jain & Aayushi Mitta from NIBM are extremely delighted to share our experience of bagging the 1st runner’s up position in the well-known national level competition by Motilal Oswal “Think Equity Think QGLP – 2019” held at IIM – Ahmedabad during the Redbrick summit.
IIM Udaipur Launches Business Review Magazine Encompassing Impact-oriented Research and Insights Valuable for Management Professionals
Indian Institute of Management Udaipur, today, launched its biannual IIMU Business Review Magazine in the IT capital of India – Bangalore, which complements the theme of its first issue - ‘Digital Business.’