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Profile Evaluations please.

by imemanik » Mon Jan 30, 2017 12:33 am
I am a Commissioned Officer serving in Indian Navy (Fifth largest Navy in the World) since 2010.

Indian / Male/ 30 Years

3 year Diploma in Textile Technology- 4.0 GPA

B Tech Textile Tech - 3.6 GPA/ Anna Univ, Chennai, India.

Work Ex.

Promoted twice in 7 years. Sub- Lieutenant to Lieutenant and to Lieutenant Commander.

7+ years Experience in Military and Naval operations, Navigating Warships, Public Administration, Project Management and HR Management.

International Experience:- Joint Exercises with Foreign Navies in South Africa, Kenya, Mozambique, Sir Lanka, Maldives ad Seychelles.

Performed as Team Leader in organising a Disaster Management and Relief Operations Exercises in Cape Town, South Africa.

6 months Diploma course in Fire Fighting, Nuclear, Chemical, Radiological and Biological Warfare.

Preparing for GMAT and targeting 700+


Active United Nations Volunteer.
Regularly Deliver Guest Lectures as an alumnus to my Under Grad College.

Performing Operations Executive's role in my brother's emerging start-up for last one year.

Awarded Gold medals for Best Outgoing Student and standing first in overall order of merit in B Tech.

Held various positions including Student's Association Secretary, Fashion Show Organiser, Red Cross Volunteer, etc.

Will retire from Indian Navy in 2018 with 9 years of experience and looking forward to take MBA admission in 2019.

Post MBA Goal:- Senior level Management and Entrepreneurship.

My target schools are:-

2. IMD
3. LBS
4. HBS
5. GSB Stanford
6. Rotman, UoT

Please evaluate my profile and share your thoughts in getting admitted into the above mentioned B Schools.


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by [email protected] » Mon Feb 06, 2017 12:03 am
Make sure your goals are focused, and ace the GMAT. Make sure you apply in round 1, and maybe add 1-2 more US schools from the M7. Cheers, Alex
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