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  • 15 Intensive workshops
  • 14 Basic Reference Material
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  • 58 CATapult classes
  • ISB Admission Consulting
  • 14 Basic Reference Material
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  • Application questions
  • Test Skills Builder
  • Any 5 ADMATs
  • GD/WAT(Essay)/PI training
  • Advanc'edge MBA magazine
  • Access to student portal

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  • 58 CATapult classes
  • 14 Basic Reference Material
  • Concept builder
  • Application questions
  • Test Skills Builder
  • Any 3 ADMATs
  • GD/WAT(Essay)/PI training
  • Advanc'edge MBA magazine
  • Access to student portal

CAT Maximiser

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  • Application questions
  • Test Skills Builder
  • Any 3 ADMATs
  • GD/WAT(Essay)/PI training
  • Advanc'edge MBA magazine
  • Access to student portal

 

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Life in a B-school

  • Life in a B-school can be exactly what you want it to be. The flexibility offered by an MBA is unparalleled. But the best part is that along with this freedom, you will be bestowed a self-belief, discipline and hard-working ability which might sound like oxymoron in the same sentence as freedom, but this is essential for success. Read More...
  • B-school provides immense opportunities to students in the two years. So it is important to utilise the time in the best possible manner. It's a place where there is no room for average. So you need to prioritise your goals and be the best possible person in your own domain. Read More...
  • One common thread connecting all B-schools is that there's always a lot to be done. Along with academics, you get involved with corporate and inter B-school competitions, corporate projects, festivals, committee work, internships and many other activities. Read More...
  • The two years in a B-school is an amazing experience. There is always so much to do that one is always running short on time. Along with diligence towards education, it's also important to be active in the co-curricular activities. In these two years, it is advisable to talk to industry experts and gain a broader perspective on the things happening all around you. Read More...
  • MBA provides the right mix of academic rigour and experiential learning. The course itself is designed to cater to the needs of the industry, and MBA students are equipped to hit the ground running as soon as they graduate. Read More...
  • Well, I feel everyone has his or her own definition of how to make the most of the two years in a B-school. So there is no fixed rule. However, I feel it is better for students to set goals from the very beginning as to what he or she wants to achieve in the two years. Read More...
  • An MBA is a very different experience from what you have been used to. The best thing you can do is to get out of your comfort zone. You will be in a safe and sheltered environment. So make plenty of mistakes (not the "invade Russia in winter" type!). Read More...
  • Life at a B-school is all about the priorities you set for yourself. Make sure you make the most of the resources available. There are case study competitions, fests, sports, seminars, guest lectures, being part of clubs/committees and much more. Read More...
  • The single biggest advantage of studying in one of the top B-schools of the country is the kind of peer group that you are exposed to. The sheer diversity in backgrounds and profiles opens up so many avenues for learning which, at times, are far more profound than the in-class exercises. Read More...
  • I think that the best way to make full use of the two years of MBA is to join special interest groups and the myriad clubs available on campus. Be it dance, music, quizzing or debating, B-schools have a club or two to cater to everybody's interests. Read More...
  • Two years in a B-school are very crucial and how you spend that time can have a good impact on your CV as well. I feel it's a lot to do with what one chooses as the specialisation subject. People who have opted for finance should augment their CVs with relevant specifications. Read More...
  • My experience thus far at IIFT Delhi could be summed up in three words - varied, sleepless, and cherish able. The first few months passed in as if a utopia; that of acclimatising myself to the pace and rigorous regimen of MBA life. But as the months have gone, and people have settled in after the hectic competition of summers, it has become very worthwhile. Read More...
  • Time management is of prime importance for any B-school student. In my opinion, as a student if you have learnt how to effectively manage your time, life will be a lot easier for you. As an MBA student, you will be always expected to be proficient in MS Excel and MS Powerpoint. Presentations are an integral part of an MBA student's life. Read More...
  • Life in a B-school is a completely different ballgame when compared with the life before it. If normally you are progressing at 50 KMs per hour, after joining an MBA college, things start happening to you at 200 KMs per hour. It's that much different. And, things happen so fast that at times it becomes a little difficult to get a proper grasp of things. Read More...
  • For me, the best way to make use of the two-year stay at a B school is to participate in the numerous competitions organised by corporates and other B-schools. Mahindra War Room, L'Oreal Brandstorm, Deloitte Maverick, Tata Steelathon and others are National Level competitions featuring real life cases and challenges faced by the leading corporates of our country. Read More...
  • MBA is more about getting knowledge at a broader level. Your success during and after MBA is determined by how well you can connect the dots distributed across various functional fields. The first year covers the core courses and gives you business knowledge. Read More...
  • Be open to diversity that one would have at a B-school. Interacting with people from varied backgrounds helps to increase your knowledge span. Make use of the opportunities in a B-school and learn new things. Read More...
  • My perspective is that people need to enjoy student life as much as possible along with having loads of fun. MBA life is not just about classroom studies, there is a lot more to it and that is what makes the two years so dynamic. Read More...
  • Well, students need to know what his or her main concerns are during the two years. There are a string of activities going on, so you need to be active in them. This way your personality develops in a dynamic way and you get to interact with a lot of people in the campus, thereby boosting your contacts. Read More...

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